Collaboration for Service Delivery: State and Local Examples
State and local examples of collaboration among public and private agencies, communities, and families to improve service delivery.
Collaboration in New Hampshire: A Look at Service Integration Between Early Head Start and Family-Centered Early Supports and Services (PDF - 208 KB)
O'Hare & Printz (2003)
Guides Head Start and other early childhood programs and their early intervention partners in refining their practices and systems in collaboration and partnership.
Community Collaboration in New York City: Charting the Course for a Neighborhood-Based Safety Net: An Assessment of the NYC Administration for Children's Services' Neighborhood Networks Project (PDF - 186 KB)
New School University, Milano Graduate School (2005)
Reviews networks in New York City that provide an infrastructure for collaboration among organizations working with children and families.
Community Partnerships and Linkages: Reaching Out to Work Together
National Child Welfare Resource Center for Family-Centered Practice, State of Maryland Department of Human Resources, & Baltimore City Department of Social Services (2002)
Curriculum for training child welfare workers to create, use, and sustain working community partnerships and linkages to benefit children and families in the child welfare system.
Human Services in Montgomery County, Ohio: Service Integration Writ Large (PDF - 158 KB)
Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute of Government (2002)
Reviews co-location and services integration by the Montgomery, OH Department of Job and Family Services.