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Building Innovations in Community-Based Services for Children and Families: A Report of the Community Social Planning Council of Greater Victoria

March 15, 2018 • 1 min read

This report calls for a strategy involving a “network of hubs” – an integrated service delivery model to support vulnerable children and families in the Capital Region. It states that community-based hubs, supported by policy at the systems level, would create a “no wrong door approach” to social services that would help prevent children and families from falling through the cracks of the current system. Examples of successful hubs are given, including some from Ontario.

 

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