HSM 270 Week 2 Checkpoint - Grants in Human Services
HSM 270 Week 2 Checkpoint - Grants in Human Services fin571
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Date Created: 11/11/15
CheckPoint Grants in Human Services Explain the role grants play in the human services eld Explain how and when grants are important to a human services program Are grants more vital to some programs than others Explain your reasoning Post your response in 200 to 300 words Grants are a very important aide in Human Services They are not only a blessing but they are an opportunity to better a situation Grants provide the funding needed to launch a program When a corporation decides they want to step into the community to help a cause they must explain the speci c needs that are needing to be met The grant plays an extremely important role in the funding of the program Since it is nearly impossible to start a program with little money or resources there are grant programs Once a program is funded by a grant it will usually be enough money to last a certain allotted amount of time Since grants are only provided to start a program it is important to divide and use the money very cautiously so it lasts I believe that there are some programs that take priority to grants Not all programs need as much money as other programs For instance a program funded to provide the counseling and well being of a group that is suffering depression or self mutilation is not going to require as much money as a program designed to meet the needs of disaster victims or homeless people Human provided services typically will cost less than a service designed to build or repair homes
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