ERIC Number: ED070565
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1970
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State of California Migrant Services Program. .
California State Dept. of Human Resources Development, Sacramento.
The California Migrant Services Program is a comprehensive attempt to provide resources to meet the unique problems of migrant farm workers and their families. The purpose of this program, started as a result of the Economic Opportunity Amendments of 1967, is to provide to assist migrant and seasonal farm workers and their families in improving their living conditions and in developing skills necessary for a productive and self-sufficient life in an increasingly complex and technological society. The criteria required in setting up the statewide program, which is to include services in the areas of housing, health, day care, education, and dental care, are given. Also included are the criteria to be employed by the Local Applications Advisory Board in the allocation of funds for housing projects under the migrant services program; the criteria for the shelter units, plans, sites, and facilities; and the tenant rental rules. The special terms and conditions, general terms and conditions, and the fair employment practices addendum of the Migrant Program Grant Agreement are presented as an example of the agreement. The purpose, services, guidelines, and conditions of the planned migrant day care program are given; and migrant infant care is discussed in terms of its significance, the method of approach, the results expected from such a program and the assessment of these results, local program improvement, the project personnel, and its significance to other areas of the state besides the proposed trial sites. (NQ)
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Authoring Institution: California State Dept. of Human Resources Development, Sacramento.
Identifiers - Location: California