Prof S Green


Governments world-wide develop policies and legislation to enable service providers to address the unique needs of service users. To implement such policies and legislation, service providers offer intervention services in various fields and contexts of social welfare and social work, such as those involving mental health, drug abuse, child protection and institutional care. Research often investigates how relevant policies and legislation are, and how intervention services and programmes meet the needs of services users, as this issue demonstrates.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15270/54-3-661


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