Wednesday, September 30, 2009

More cities are putting social services under one roof

"Many cities facing an increase in demand for social services are turning to a one-stop, centralized office to handle the challenge."

"The idea behind Neighborhood Place is to centralize resources such as health care, education, employment and juvenile justice."

"Other cities that have looked at Louisville's model include Atlanta, Milwaukee, Jacksonville, St. Louis and Washington, D.C., Miller says. "We want everyone to be able to access these services without anything getting in their way."

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