Researchers at the Florida Mental Health Institute, University of South Florida, under contract to the Pinellas County Human Services Department, collected data over several months in 2004 from people in Pinellas County for a human services needs assessment. Human Services was defined in collaboration with the county as including four areas: homeless services, health care, mental health and substance abuse services, and basic needs. This report details the methods and findings from data collected at public forums, focus groups, key informant interviews, and through open-ended questions on the mail surveys to providers and citizens/consumers.
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Human Services Needs Assessment - Qualitative Data: Public Forums, Mail Surveys, Focus Groups, and Interviews, 71 p.
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Giard, Julienne and Gamache, Peter, "Human Services Needs Assessment - Qualitative Data: Public Forums, Mail Surveys, Focus Groups, and Interviews" (2005). Mental Health Law & Policy Faculty Publications. 646.