U.S. Governmental Organization for Human Services

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Governmental bodies at all levels in our U.S. system are moving toward greater integration of human service programs. Concurrently, the federal government, whose involvement in the human services arena has grown so considerably during the past twenty-five years, is moving increasingly toward noncategorical and indirect methods of financial support for human services. These two phenomena will pose difficulties for mental health planners, since traditionally mental health services have been organized in relative independence and have been financed, in the main, through direct public appropriations. (25 pp.)

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