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Human Services Organizations in Ithaca

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Business Listing   Bubbles Daycare - Ithaca, MI - Phone: (989) 875-7766

Business Listing   Christian Counseling for Women - Ithaca, MI - Phone: (989) 875-4248

Business Listing   Food With Friends - Ithaca, MI - Phone: (989) 875-2135

Business Listing   Gratiot County - Commission On Aging - Ithaca, MI - Phone: (989) 875-5246

Business Listing   Maple View AFC - Ithaca, MI - Phone: (989) 875-3259

Business Listing   Palmer's Place Inc - Ithaca, MI - Phone: (989) 875-4354

Business Listing   Seventh Day Adventist Community Services - Ithaca, MI - Phone: (989) 875-4523

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Helpful Definition for: Human Services Organizations

Human service organizations in Ithaca are business concerns that address the human condition rather than producing a product. Such organizations provide programs of service to address the needs of individuals, groups, and communities through the planning, provision, and evaluation of a wide range of services to prevent personal, interpersonal, community, and social problems. Human service organizations adopt their purpose from societal needs and priorities at any point of time.

Some human service organizations in Ithaca focus on a specific set of services, like- mental health or child and family services, education, legal issues, health care services etc; while, some of those provide a number of services. Human service organizations operate under different auspices and address different types of problems, provide different services oriented to different treatment goals, serve different client populations and employ different modalities. However, these organizations share the common orientation to the prevention, amelioration, or resolution of physical health, mental health, social, or environmental problems that affect human beings.