The use of flexible service dollars in rural community-based programs for children with serious

Dollard, Norin; Evans, Mary E.
April 1994
Journal of Emotional & Behavioral Disorders;Apr94, Vol. 2 Issue 2, p117
Academic Journal
Scrutinizes the actual use of flexible service dollars in two highly individualized services-provision efforts for children with serious emotional disturbance in North Idaho and upstate New York. Terminological issues; Rural system of care in North Idaho; Family-centered intensive case management in New York state; Flexible service dollar expenditure categories.


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