ERIC Number: ED206760
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1980
Reference Count: 0
County of San Diego Master Plan for Refugee Resettlement.
King, Donald R.
This master plan, devised by San Diego County, has as its objective the total integration of all refugees into the mainstream of community life. The plan begins with background material that describes its goals and the refugee population to be served. In the second section, the county's current program is outlined and the administrative responsibilities of the Federal and local government are discussed. The third section provides an analysis of the needs of refugees in the areas of education, acculturation, housing, medical assistance, employment, and social services. Section four presents an overview of the county's proposed plan for 1981-1982 and covers funding, services, and organization and staffing. Proposed actions such as staff training, improvement of refugee access to services, and involvement of the private sector necessary for facilitating the county's plan are reviewed in section five. Administrative coordination of the plan's implementation is discussed in the sixth section. The last section contains a restatement of program objectives and funding prospects. Exhibits attached to the report include: (1) quarterly statistical report on Indochinese refugees; (2) membership list of the Interjurisdictional Committee on Refugees; (3) refugee cash assistance data; (4) membership list of the San Diego Refugee Coalition; (5) California State's suggested outline for the county plan; and (6) the final outline for the county plan. (APM)
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: San Diego County, CA.
Identifiers: California (San Diego County)
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