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Keeping it Local: Community and Integrated Human Services

March 15, 2018 • 1 min read

This publication from the Ontario Municipal Social Services Association (OMSSA) and its

Members, the 47 Consolidated Municipal Service Managers (CMSMs) and the District Social Services Administration Boards (DSSABs) outlines the potential for community hubs to improve access to services for Ontarians in communities where they live. It discusses the funding model of community hubs in a brief section. Also covers the financial and service integration benefits of community hubs. A range of places and case studies are discussed which are useful to understanding how community hubs work.

Keeping it Local: Community and Integrated Human Services

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