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Human Services Needs Assessment Worksheet
Select three groups from the following list:
People with a mental illness
People with a mental disability
People with HIV or AIDS
People with a physical disability
Individuals with substance addictions
Survivors of domestic violence
Using Ch. 2 of Human Services in Contemporary America, complete the table for the chosen groups by writing a 60- to 85-word response in each column. An example has been completed as a guide.
Conditions of or problems facing the group in need
Description of organizations or programs meeting the needs
How the organization or program meets the needs Children in need
Children can be in danger of extinction because they need adults to care for them. That they can experience problems with education, poverty, homelessness, and poor care from parents or guardians.
Children need love, care, protection, and guidance from adults. Children can face mental health issues due to environmental problems, or they might have problems related to a mental disability. The needs of children may vary based on specific conditions.
Children really need physical care and protection from older, abusive children or adults. Children also need food, clothing, and shelter to feel safe.
Children are vulnerable and need physical, mental, and emotional protection. When a family is poor or homeless, the family may have trouble meeting his or her needs.
If the child is born with a mental disability, he or she will need assistance meeting his or her needs.
Each state differs. Some states have government organizations, such as a Department of Human Services or a Department of Children’s Services, which may provide resources to children and families. These organizations may help with food, shelter, financial help, and more.
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