1988-1998:  A DECADE OF CHANGE IN
FAIRFAX COUNTY HUMAN SERVICES


Decade of Change

Creation of the
Human Services Council

Major Milestones

Long Range Plan

The "Doomsday Budget"

Human Services Redesign

Regionally-Based System

Reorganization

Technology Initiatives

Citizen Participation

Needs Assessment

Guiding Principles

State of Human Services

Community Funding Process

Community Challenges

Performance Budget

Welfare Reform

Child Welfare

Community Partnerships

Strategic Directions

Council Members

 

Looking Back:   Major Milestones of the First Ten Years

In the ten years that have passed, the Human Services system has undergone tremendous change and made substantial progress in the directions established by the Council.

Through such major milestones as the first redesign efforts, the 1995 Community Needs Assessment, welfare reform implementation, budget reductions, and human services performance measurement, the Council has provided oversight, analysis, and guidance to the human services system. The major milestones in the development of the current human services system over the last ten years illustrate both the scope of change that has occurred in the system and the value of the relationship between the Human Services Council, county human service agencies, and the community.

The timeline and pages that follow provide highlights of the major milestones and achievements of the Human Services System during the Council’s first ten years.

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