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Communities In Cooperation’s service efforts are based on the Human Services Model.

Human Ser­vices is an inter­dis­ci­pli­nary dis­ci­pline with the objec­tive of meet­ing human needs through an applied knowl­edge base, focus­ing on pre­ven­tion as well as reme­di­a­tion of prob­lems, and main­tain­ing a com­mit­ment to improv­ing the over­all qual­ity of life of ser­vice pop­u­la­tions. The process involves the study of social tech­nolo­gies (prac­tice meth­ods, mod­els, and the­o­ries), ser­vice tech­nolo­gies (pro­grams, orga­ni­za­tions, and sys­tems), and sci­en­tific inno­va­tions that are designed to ame­lio­rate prob­lems and enhance the qual­ity of life of indi­vid­u­als, fam­i­lies and com­mu­ni­ties to improve the deliv­ery of ser­vice with bet­ter coor­di­na­tion, acces­si­bil­ity and account­abil­ity.[1] The mis­sion of human ser­vices is to pro­mote a prac­tice that involves simul­ta­ne­ously work­ing at all lev­els of soci­ety (whole-per­son approach) in the process of pro­mot­ing the auton­omy of indi­vid­u­als or groups,making infor­mal or for­mal human ser­vices sys­tems more effi­cient and effec­tive, and advo­cat­ing for pos­i­tive social change within soci­ety (sourced from Wikipedia, 2/10/2016).