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Coordinated services for families: An in-depth look at approaches that coordinate early care and education with other health and human services


This report describes models of coordinated services. Preliminary models were first introduced in the AMCS model scan report. Those models were further developed and refined after telephone interviews and virtual site visits with some of the coordinated services approaches. The revised models have been renamed to clarify differences among them, and we have expanded the descriptions of key characteristics of the coordinated services approaches within the models. This report also highlights findings drawn from virtual site visits with eight coordinated services approaches. When relevant, we also drew on information from telephone interviews and the model scan to help clarify or expand on the findings. (author abstract)

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