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OPEN MINDS The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Feature Interview Editor: What can you share about the history of CARF? Dean Settle: In the early to mid-60’s, there was an influx of federal money coming into the community for community-based programs for special populations. I remember a speech given in New York at the National Rehabilitation Association meeting presented by Mary Switzer, then the Director of the Federal Office of Vocational Rehabilitation. She challenged us to find a . . .
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OPEN MINDS The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Feature Interview Editor: What can you share about the history of CARF? Dean Settle: In the early to mid-60’s, there was an influx of federal money coming into the community for community-based programs for special populations. I remember a speech given in New York at the National Rehabilitation Association meeting presented by Mary Switzer, then the Director of the Federal Office of Vocational Rehabilitation. She challenged us to find a . . .
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