United Community Services Research Department: Studies and Reports
The collection consists of studies and reports prepared by United Community Services staff and committees on a variety of issues and programs conducted under UCS auspices as well as those prepared by outside experts and organizations working in the field of social welfare. Important subjects in the collection: Aged problems AIDS and HIV Child neglect and protective services for children Crime and delinquency Demographic data Ethnic/racial communities in metropolitan Detroit Family services Health care for the medically indigent Local, state, and federal welfare programs Poverty and low income Recreation Settlements and community centers Social welfare planning and agency administration Social workers Substance abuse Teen pregnancy Unemploymen
- 1920 - 1991
- United Community Services of Metropolitan Detroit (Organization)
Language of Materials
Material entirely in English.
Collection is open for research.
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Rules for Use of Archival Materials.Restrictions: Researchers may encounter records of a sensitive nature – personnel files, case records and those involving investigations, legal and other private matters. Privacy laws and restrictions imposed by the Library prohibit the use of names and other personal information which might identify an individual, except with written permission from the Director and/or the donor.
18 Linear Feet (18 SB)
Subjects include: social welfare and health care services in metropolitan Detroit; AIDS and HIV; education; senior citizens; substance abuse; child abuse; family services; hunger and malnutrition; spouse abuse
United Community Services of Metropolitan Detroit is a planning organization for social welfare and health care services. The UCS Research Department set up the Studies and Reports Collection in 1975 as a reference library for staffers and other researchers as well as to document the history of UCS’s service to the community.
Folders in these boxes are computer-arranged alphabetically in this finding aid, but may actually be dispersed throughout several boxes in the collection. Note carefully the box number for each folder.
Processed and finding aid written by Walter P. Reuther Library.
- Guide to the United Community Services Research Department: Studies and Reports
- Processed by Walter P. Reuther Library.
- Description rules
- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
- Language of description