The Task Force to Strengthen the Health and Promote the Environment of South Carolina 2021 report and recommendations
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Task Force to Strengthen the Health and Promote the Environment of South Carolina
SubjectTask Force to Strengthen the Health and Promote the Environment of South Carolina; Health services accessibility--South Carolina; Environmental health--South Carolina
This report presents the findings and recommendations of the Task Force to Strengthen the Health and Promote the Environment of South Carolina (SHaPE SC or task force). The results of the task force’s evaluation include two key types of recommendations: (1.) cross-cutting and (2.) service-specific. SHaPE SC identified nine major cross-cutting and 19 service-specific recommendations for actions to address existing critical challenges to the provision of health and environmental services provided by state government in South Carolina.
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|Publisher||South Carolina State Library|
|Digital Collection||South Carolina State Documents Depository|
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