volume 15, issue 2, P51-53 1969
DOI: 10.1177/026455056901500203
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William Addison

Abstract: 51service nor the local authority social welfare services will ever have sufficient professional resources to deal ideally with all of the problems that come their way. The involvement of the community in social work activity is an indispensable prerequisite to attempts to meet social need. I think that the probation service at the present time accepts willingly the need to recruit and involve volunteers at various levels of activity in after-care work and also that there is a readiness to contemplate using v…

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