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Supportive Care Compared
This page highlights models and movements that share common features with the Supportive Care model. You may download a more detailed comparison of these movements to the Supportive Care model.
For additional resources on these movements and various kinds of supportive care groups, see Supportive Care Resources.
Person-Centered Planning (PCP). A movement in human services toward individualized planning of services for clients.
Asset-Based Community Development (ABCD). Movement toward empowering communities and countering the professional services that often take the place of community action.
Community-centered movements. Movements that started with a Person-Centered Planning (PCP) approach, but incorporate community-building aspects similar to ABCD.
Micro-boards and Human Service Co-operatives. Family-generated legal structures for channeling and maximizing existing funding within a larger family framework.
Denominationally-based ministries. A wide range of advocacy and resourcing ministries at the denominational level.
Para-church organizations. Examples of organizations which provide resources to churches and religious groups but are not affiliated with a particular denomination.
CLC Network: GLUE. GLUE is a model for forming a congregational team around a person with disabilities in order to incorporate that person into the life of the church.
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