In 1917, in an effort to improve the planning and provision of social services, civic leader Belle Sherwin initiated the merger of the Federation with the Welfare Council, an organization formed three years earlier to assist the city welfare department and serve as a clearinghouse for surveys and other social service activities. The new Welfare Federation of Cleveland and its role in, and capacity for, health and social planning became an example to communities across the country.
- Validation and clinical utility of the executive function performance test in persons with traumatic brain injury
- Teenage Parenthood and Birth Rates for Individuals With and Without Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder: A Nationwide Cohort Study
- Developing Affordable and Accessible Community-Based Housing for Vulnerable Adults: Proceedings of a Workshop
- Why Does the Far Right Hold a Near-Monopoly on Political Violence?
- The impact of chronic mild stress on long-term depressive behavior in rats which have survived sepsis
Category Specific RSS