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Faith-based perspectives on the provision of community services
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Government Reform. Subcommittee on Criminal Justice, Drug Policy, and Human Resources
|Other titles||Faith based perspectives on the provision of community services|
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Management: A Faith-Based Perspective offers students the opportunity to explore management issues through a faith-based perspective. By presenting the biblical record on major management issues and contemporary management scholarship findings, this text encourages the integration of a perspective founded on the values and teachings common to Format: On-line Supplement.
faith-based organizations in community development spend government funds responsibly, given the small size and inexperience of many such organizations. This is especially the case for new entrants to the field. • Faith-based organizations interested in community development may increase their.
obstacles abound. Program officers are often unfamiliar with the work that faith-based and community groups do. In Augustthe White House Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives released a report, Unlevel Playing Field, that identified many of the barriers that faith-based and community organizations face in accessing Federal funds.
Explore management issues through a faith-based perspective. Management: A Faith-Based Perspective offers readers the opportunity to explore management issues through a faith-based perspective. By presenting the biblical record on major management issues and contemporary management scholarship findings, this text encourages the integration of a Brand: Pearson.
Based on the recognition that religious organizations bring a special dimension to the provision of services, this unique handbook offers proven models for delivering a range of services and shows how to assess the need for services, build the organization's capacity, and ensure adequate financial support for meeting those 5/5(1).
Books at Amazon. The Books homepage helps you explore Earth's Biggest Bookstore without ever leaving the comfort of your couch. Here you'll find current best sellers in books, new releases in books, deals in books, Kindle eBooks, Audible audiobooks, and. A variety of interventions and community approaches have been supported under the REACH framework.
Bronx Health REACH, for example, involved 40 community-based organizations with a heavy emphasis on faith-based approaches to reducing rates of diabetes and related cardiovascular morbidity and mortality.
• Approach faith-based community development with knowledge of and appreciation for the religious history, moral value system and historical engagement of the interfaith community; • Be present in grass-roots communities themselves, and work with, not for, the poor; • Build on past history of successes, failures.
Drawing on multiple perspectives in psychology, the book examines such critical questions as the impact of religious practices on health behaviors and health risks; the role played by faith in adaptation to illness or disability; and possible influences on 5/5(2).
Back inwhile serving as Vice President of Medical Outreach at Focus on the Family, I was asked to testify before the Subcommittee on Criminal Justice, Drug Policy and Human Resources on the topic of “Faith-based Perspectives on the Provision of Community Services.” Recently someone asked me to post my comments, so here they are.
ASSET-BASED STRATEGIES FOR FAITH COMMUNITIES A Community Building Workbook The logical outcome of this perspective is the provision of services designed to reduce these problems.
Churches and other faith- within the community. Faith-Based Organizations in the Community Context: A Unique Resource. The welfare reforms initiated in the s prompted increased discussion of the use of faith-based organizations for the provision of social services.
Community members also noted the presence of churches and other faith-based organizations that provide immediate transitional housing and treatment services to anyone in need.
However, despite the presence of such programs and initiatives, participants noted that the majority of available treatment programs are characterized by structural gaps Cited by: There is a sizable multidisciplinary literature describing the health-related activities of religious or faith-based organizations (FBOs).
Studies have described the features of successful health promotion programs and partnerships in churches1, 2 and the importance of the church as an ally in efforts to provide preventive health and social services to at-risk populations.3 In addition.
This book examines key lessons learned from Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath and offers a blueprint for better meeting the needs of children, families, and communities post-disaster through well-timed, targeted responses and : "Some of the most interesting cases of word-of-mouth marketingcan be found within the Christian community.
This book is packed withsuch examples as well as with some solid advice about word ofreadable, and extremely informative, Faith-Based Marketing is theperfect guide to understanding and reaching Christian consumers /5(30).
All institutions and organizations outside of government can be defined as civil society. In the context of welfare, this includes: consumer organizations, nongovernmental organizations and community-based organizations, faith-based organizations delivering welfare services, patients' and activists' groups, etc.
White House Faith-Based & Community Initiative (PDF version of this brochure coming soon) Faith-based and community organizations (FBCOs) have a long tradition of helping Americans in need and together represent an integral part of our nation’s social service network.
Yet, all too often, the Federal government has put in place complicated rules. Mail: Community Health and Program Services Branch. Services for the design and layout of this book. The link between social determinants of health, including social, economic, and environmental conditions, and health outcomes is widely recognized in the public.
Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. This study examines the impact of federal funding levels on the program spending of faith‐based and community organizations in Kentucky.
of faith in the provision of huma n services has. As to how companies or brands can tap into the faith-based market, Stielstra recommends becoming a trusted name in churches, first and foremost.
That may mean sitting down with local pastors and presenting your product and explaining how it. There has been an increase in the number of people being dual diagnosed and this impacts on psychiatry services in primary care and general hospital settings. This book will provide practitioners with a comprehensive text on the contemporary issues of working with dual diagnosis patients from both clinical and theoretical perspectives.
One area of Human Services that is under-discussed, when one considers its substantial impact, is that of the non-profit arena that falls under Faith Based organizations. Many people are driven by their faith to help their fellow human beings and regardless of your feelings about religion this is a very positive thing for our society.
'Faith-based' organisations and contemporary welfare. Link/Page Citation In reality, 'faith-based' service provision is, we propose, code for a mode of American welfare radically different to that which its users would purport to create in this country and to that which it replaces.
Wearing, M. () Working in Community Services. Abstract. Faith-based organizations (FBOs) are central actors within broader civil society in developing countries, especially in Africa. From a certain perspective, one might argue that FBOs have long pre-dated other civil society organizations (CSOs) in that they either appeared with the evangelization of African societies in the nineteenth century or the Islamization of the East Cited by: 6.
Under George W. Bush. OFBCI was established by President George W. Bush through an executive order on Janurepresenting one of the key domestic policies of Bush's campaign promise of "compassionate conservatism."The initiative sought to strengthen faith-based and community organizations and expand their capacity to provide federally funded social services.
Read the latest studies on the effectiveness of religious-based services—and the problems revealed in the assessment. The Charitable Choice provision and the Bush Administration’s National Faith-Based Initiative have broadened the scope of social services delivered through faith-based : $ Faith-based and community initiatives are essential, but government still has an indispensable role in assuring that the basic needs of the American people are met.
Confronting the brutal realities of violence and crime, substance abuse and child abuse, family disintegration and teen pregnancy often requires more than simply secular analysis. Building on a long-standing partnership with the country’s Ministry of Health, CDC supports the provision of HIV services in faith-based health facilities across Rwanda.
CDC supported the Tanzania Christian Social Services Commission to provide more than 40 percent of their health services for people living with Size: KB. This book presents a variety of socio-legal perspectives on issues of domestic violence and abuse.
Focussing on contemporary research and practice developments in policing, law, statutory and voluntary sectors, the contributors to this volume cover a vast spectrum of initiatives and professional expertise concerned variably with protection, prevention and intervention priorities.
UNDP Guidelines on Engaging with Faith-Based Organizations and Religious Leaders 4 grassroots organizations. It is a useful framework for both empowering and engaging civil society to achieve both downstream local development results and upstream policy impact, underscoring that civic engagement is intrinsic to the work of UNDP.
There has been strong interest in the relationship between religious faith and health for thousands of years. Many people, across diverse religious traditions, have sought spiritual guidance and religious support to help avoid, recover from, or cope with both physical and emotional problems.
in recent years, the mass media have paid a great deal of attention to these issues, with. Faith-based definition, affiliated with, supported by, or based on a religion or religious group: faith-based charities.
See more.describes examples of promising practices in community-based social services emerging in the region. This study is both informational and analytical. It reviews various re ports, assessments, and evaluations of policies, programs, and services in the region and draws conclusions based on reported findings and recommendations.Finally, we compared men’s and women’s perspectives on the outcomes of interest, because HIV/AIDS risks, views, and practices are constrained by gender ideology and vary by gender – 22 In order to ensure that area- denominational- and gender-associated variations in the provision of HIV/AIDS care were not confounded by other factors Cited by: