Industry: 8322—Individual and Family Social Services
Establishments primarily engaged in providing one or more of a wide variety of individual and family social, counseling, welfare, or referral services, including refugee, disaster, and temporary relief services. This industry includes offices of specialists providing counseling, referral, and other social services. Government offices directly concerned with the delivery of social services to individuals and families, such as issuing of welfare aid, rent supplements, food stamps, and eligibility casework, are included here, but central office administration of these programs is classified in Public Administration, Industry 9441. Social Security offices are also classified in Public Administration, Industry 9441. Establishments primarily engaged in providing vocational rehabilitation or counseling are classified in Industry 8331; and fraternal, civic, and social associations are classified in Industry 8641.
Activity centers, elderly or handicapped
Multiservice centers, neighborhood
Adult day care centers
Offender rehabilitation agencies
Aid to families with dependent children(AFDC)
Offender self-help agencies
Alcoholism counseling, nonresidential:except medical treatment
Old age assistance
Centers for senior citizens
Child guidance agencies
Public welfare centers, offices of
Referral services for personal and social problems
Crisis intervention centers
Day care centers, adult and handicapped
Relief services, temporary
Self-help organizations for alcoholics and gamblers
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