By Charles J. Sykes
Within the usa criticizes the ways that contributors outline themselves by way of their prestige as victims--of mom and dad, males, the place of work, and so forth. through the writer of The hole Men.
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2, the percentage of counties that provided coordination services was similar to the results we presented for Year 1. For county key CYSA/TANF programs in Year 3, about 90 percent of counties provided case management and community services. A smaller number—about half—provided transportation services. Compared with formal treatment services, coordination services were less likely to have been retained using CYSA/TANF funds and more likely to have been added or enhanced. The vast majority of services added or enhanced were paid for directly with CYSA/TANF funds; few were paid for as a result of CYSA/TANF claiming for other probations programs.
2—What Counties Who Had Coordination Services Before CYSA/TANF Did with These Services After CYSA/TANF (N=55) Large counties in general were more likely than other counties to enhance existing coordination services across the board. Small counties were more likely to use their TANF allocation to “add” case management services and referral services. 3, life skills development services showed greater variation than the other service categories in the percentage of counties that had some form of these services before CYSA/TANF.
As one might expect, some services were rarely provided to at-risk youths—parenting skills, sex/health education, pre-vocational skills, respite care—reflecting the at-risk youths’ lower risk and probably younger age. Involvement of the family through family crisis intervention, family mentoring, and family peer support was highest among wardship programs. Formal treatment services, with the exception of day treatment, were provided by the vast majority all programs, regardless of where they were along the continuum.