Bay Area Jewish Community Study--Special Report: Human Services Needs Assessment

By Gary A. Tobin

Bay Area Demographic Study Committee, December 1988

This special report is the third in a series of five reports commissioned by the Jewish Community Federation of San Francisco. This study was designed to assess various dimensions of human service delivery, data which is essential in effective priority setting and human service planning and can be utilized to enrich the service delivery system in the Bay Area. The study found that a substantial proportion of Jews prefer Jewish-sponsored services in a wide variety of service areas, and that there is a need for a wide variety of human services in the Jewish community, including child and teen services, vocational services, family support, and many others.

Topic: Social Services, Jewish Organizations, Demography, Study

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Genre: Report

Coverage: California , San Francisco, California , United States

Language: English

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Tobin, Gary A. Bay Area Jewish Community Study--Special Report: Human Services Needs Assessment. Bay Area Demographic Study Committee. December 1988:


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