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Annual Human Services Case Competition for Local Graduate Students
Reports about DHS’s yearly case competition, which invites local graduate students on interdisciplinary teams to solve a problem in local government.
The Director’s Action Line at Twenty Years: Trends, Client Satisfaction and Recommendations
Receiving more than 3,000 calls annually, the Allegheny County Department of Human Services (DHS) Director’s Action Line (DAL) is an effective mechanism through which clients and other community members can […]
Of and For the Community: How Community Engagement and Communication Helped to Shape the Allegheny County Department of Human Services
Creating an integrated Department of Human Services in 1997 was a herculean task. It involved combining four formerly-separate departments, geographically dispersed and structured in very different ways. Administratively, technologically, fiscally […]
HOPE: Helping Others Through the Power of Education: A Report on a Series of Events Held in the Spring of 2011
Three events were held throughout May and June of 2011, designed to bring together youth and families from a number of DHS children and youth-serving systems. A description and evaluation […]
Allegheny County LINK: A Summary of Data and Consumer Feedback
The Link is a collaborative effort among local agencies, organizations and individual consumers, designed to help older adults and people living with a disability maintain their independence, dignity and quality […]
Starting Early Together – Assessing a System of Care Initiative
Starting Early Together, a program of Allegheny County’s System of Care Initiative, was designed to serve children under six with serious emotional disturbances, and their families, in four high-need Allegheny […]