Down to the Bone: Community-Based Facilities in a Time of Retrenchment.

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Down to the Bone: Community-Based Facilities in a Time of Retrenchment.

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1986

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Center for Urban and Regional Affairs, University of Minnesota

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How do community-based social service facilities respond to a period of fiscal austerity? A history of the development of community-based facilities is followed by results of a survey of directors of sixty-nine facilities in the Twin Cities metropolitan area in 1982 and two case studies: facilities for troubled adolescents and facilities for the developmentally disabled. The study is summarized in the June 1986 CURA Reporter.

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Wattenberg, Esther. (1986). Down to the Bone: Community-Based Facilities in a Time of Retrenchment.. Retrieved from the University Digital Conservancy, https://hdl.handle.net/11299/208200.

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