Services provided to meet social needs, such as representative payee, case management, money management, and other similar services.
non-monetary personal or community services provided by the state and non-profit organizations for members of the community, such as daycare, housing, crisis intervention, support groups for women experiencing abuse.
(-) Provides of care and protection services for adults and children.
The body run by your local authority or council which provides a number of services for those living at home including personal care, day centers, equipment and adaptations.
services provided by local authorities to their residents.
Social services providers, whether government or non-government agencies, dealing with aspects of family violence. These include: Child, Youth and Family; Family and Community Services; Womanâ€(tm)s Refuge; Child Abuse Prevention Services; Age Concern; and many other providers. Items linked to this NZFVC Topic Area aim to cover research relating to all aspects of social service providers work as it related to family violence.
Council department which organises social care for vulnerable children and adults.
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Department of the local authority (Council) that deals with all elements of services relating to care, amongst other issues
The expenditures for activities designed to provide public assistance and institutional care for individuals who are unable to provide essential needs for themselves. This is essentially a county function. It does not include Old Age Pension or Food Stamps payments.