As family members become more dispersed, there is increasing need for national and regional service delivery networks that link vulnerable clients living far from family with an altemative support system in their own community. For these networks to succeed, they must address these challenges: establishing and adhering to uniform standards of practice, fee structures, and subsidization policies; developing national marketing activities; and acquiring agencies when the national sponsoring organization does not have a member in needed service areas.
In Journal of Jewish Communal Service, v.73 no.2/3, Winter/Spring 1996/1997.
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