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The Institute for Human Services

Since 1977, the Institute for Human Services (IHS) has worked throughout the United States and Canada, with both local public human service agencies and state and provincial governments, to protect children and strengthen families. IHS is committed to helping agencies achieve best practice and the highest standards of service. Quality, integrity, and value are not just IHS goals; they are IHS guarantees. In our goal to promote best practice, IHS offers research and evaluation, strategic planning, culture and diversity consultation, and The Freshment Focus Institute.

For information about the Institute for Human Services, contact: Judith Rycus, or call 614/251-6000

Evaluation and research can help you achieve performance outcomes and assure accountability.

IHS can help through the following:

Comprehensive child welfare agency program evaluations

Evaluations of inservice training programs

Evaluation of supervisory and management practices

State and provincial statute, rule, and policy assessment to assure public value and best practice

Quantitative and qualitative case reviews for documentation, accountability, and developmental planning

Needs assessment, practice, and outcome research

Strategic Planning
Child Welfare agencies must engage in careful planning activities in order to achieve their mission and manage the many changes that occur in the field of child protection. The Institute for Human Services offers agencies three different planning-related consultation services.
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Center for Culture and Diversity
The Center for Culture and Diversity (CCD), a division of the Institute for Human Services, was founded in 1998 to promote the development of personal, interpersonal, and organizational cultural competence. CCD helps individuals, and the organizations in which they work, develop and refine the capacity to relate to people from a variety of cultural and ethnic backgrounds in a sensitive, mutually respectful, and collaborative manner.
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