Services integration necessitates the development of collaborations across public agencies, or between public and private organizations. Such collaboratives may facilitate service coordination using various mechanisms, including: centralized intake, assessment, or referral; increased information sharing, possibly using transparent or linked management information systems; cross-disciplinary training and case staffing; joint fund-raising or resource sharing; and co-location of staff.
Publication DateNov 30, 2001
DocumentRossman.pdf (pdf, 395.16 KB)
TopicsService Delivery & Capacity Building | Incarceration & Reentry | Family Well-Being | Access to Services and Benefits & Services Integration
PopulationsJustice-Involved Populations | Families with Children