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Check Point: Researching Human Service Agencies
Teresa Laing
June 7, 2013
Laneisha Searls

There are many Human Service agencies that provide assistance to countless of people in need here in Arkansas. These agencies provide assistance in shelter, food, medical and care for the elderly, child welfare and assist many in finding employment. These are only a few of the many ways that Human Service workers help in providing assistance to all people here in Arkansas. While there are many services, I have chosen two that I am personally involved with through volunteer work.

* ElderChoices Program:
ElderChoices is an Arkansas Medicaid home and community-based waiver program designed for the elderly population. ElderChoices, approved effective August 1, 1991, is designed for persons who due to physical, cognitive or medical reasons, require a level of assistance that would have to be provided in a nursing facility, if it were not for the services offered through this program. The major goal of this program is to provide services that assist eligible persons to remain in their homes or live with family in order to prevent or delay institutionalization (“DHS division Of Aging and Adult Service”, n.d.). * Division of Behavioral Health Services: Children’s Services
The Division of Behavioral Health Services (DBHS) ensures mental and behavioral health care is available to children and youth throughout the state. Outpatient mental health services are available through certified community providers and as such, must comply with State requirements that meet nationally accepted standards for delivering services. Admission to inpatient programs of the State Mental Health System is utilized when determined necessary through an assessment process conducted by the Community Mental Health Centers (“Arkansas Department of Human Services: Children’s Services”,…...

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