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October 23, 2009


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Access to even the most essential services can be difficult in rural areas. The downsizing of healthcare services and shortages of providers in rural communities in recent years has left many communities with inadequate or nonexistent healthcare services. The lack of social services infrastructure such as childcare and employment and training programs deepen the effects of poverty in rural areas. In these rural communities, alternative means of providing and strengthening healthcare and human service delivery need to be explored.

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