Early Childhood Systems Building Resource Guide

Integrating Systems of Care: Improving Quality of Care for the Most Vulnerable Children and Families 

This document highlights the importance of engaging communities, youth, and families as the prime movers in creating an integrated human services system. It also uses a series of case scenarios to illustrate the many positive effects that a coordinated and collaborative approach can have on children and their families. The document underscores the importance of advocating for change through many examples of successful systems integration efforts at state and local levels, and it summarizes recommended advocacy and social marketing methods.

Author: 
Steve Hornberger, Teri Martin, and Julie Collins
Source Type: 
Author(s)
Resource Type: 
Reports
Publication Date: 
January, 2006
State/Territory: 
Georgia
Alaska
Organization: 
Child Welfare League of America