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Thursday, April 7, 2011

“Collaborative Service Delivery: Meeting the Needs of a Rural Community”


Maintaining ‘Safety Net’ For Potter County’s Most Vulnerable

collaborate1With state and federal budget cuts in the offing, two local agencies are teaming for a symposium to explore how they can deliver services more efficiently and maintain a “safety net” for needy citizens in Potter County, particularly children. “Collaborative Service Delivery: Meeting the Needs of a Rural Community” is the title of a program to be held on Wednesday, April 27, at the Coudersport Gospel Tabernacle. It’s sponsored by Potter County Human Services and Seneca Highlands Intermediate Unit 9.

Beginning at 3 pm, attendees can learn about services provided in Potter County through schools, human service agencies and community organizations. That will be followed by a presentation on the new era of service delivery in rural communities at 4. More information on the April 27 program is available from Mary Freeman at Human Services (1-800-800-2560) or Shelly Carson at IU9 (274-9880).

1 comment :

Anonymous said...

A good way to help meet the needs of the people when budgets are being cut is to reduce the amount spent on salaries and benefits and funnel it into the hands of the needy families. Go line by line in the budget and eliminate positions that don't impact service delivery. Then look at it again and see what can be contracted cheaper or consolidated with other county agencies. There are employees in these agencies who work hard all day, every day. Then are are a few who do very little, all day, every day. Get rid of these, and use the money saved on services for the poor. The entire community would benefit.