CIBHS Bulletin

Help Connections Newsletter, Vol. 2

In this Issue:

  • Flexibility in the Design and Delivery of Alcohol and Other Drugs, Mental Health, and Domestic Abuse (AOD/MH/DV) Services is Essential
  • Solving Specific Problems that Require Interagency Coordination Can Consume Much Time and Resources, But Is a Necessary Investment
  • More Attention Needs to be Paid to Job Upgrading and Job Retention
  • Working with Clients with Very Difficult Multiple Barriers Requires a More Comprehensive Approach
  • AOD and MH Agencies Need to Do More to Create Referrals
  • Better Linkages Need t

    o be Paid to Job Upgrading and Job Retention

  • Working with Clients with Very Difficult Multiple Barriers Requires a More Comprehensive Approach
  • AOD and MH Agencies Need to Do More to Create Referrals
  • Better Linkages Need to be Forged Between CalWORKs and Child Welfare
  • Special Attention Needs to be Paid to Factors that Impede the Identification of AOD Problems

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