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  • Re: Integral approach to Homelessness

    A-I'm glad you found my comments about the green meetings to be amusing.&nbsp; :)Re: how I dealt with my own thoughts and interiors when I did social service work- I suppose I could say I gave up on social work and ran to law school.&nbsp; But that is only a very partially true answer.&nbsp; (I had been debating between getting an MSW and a JD for ...
    Posted to Vol. 1, No. 4: Winter 2006 (Forum) by elrichards01 on June 11, 2007
  • Re: "Integral Management and the Effective Human Service Organization"

    One huge stumbling block to effective human services is the serious lack of accountablility.&nbsp; If a business is failing, first, it will be readily apparent at some point- profits will fall.&nbsp; And second, there is usually accountability- either the owner, or shareholders, or Board of Directors, will say, what is going on here.This is ...
    Posted to Vol. 1, No. 3: Fall 2006 (Forum) by elrichards01 on June 7, 2007
  • Integral approach to Homelessness

    I found this article to be interesting for several reasons.1)&nbsp; I agree with the author's assertion that ''any socio-economic policy for the homeless that does not account for the interiority of those it is designed for is destined to be ineffective.''&nbsp; I believe an example of this is- it is important to remember that not all homeless are ...
    Posted to Vol. 1, No. 4: Winter 2006 (Forum) by elrichards01 on June 7, 2007
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