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human services

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plural noun
programs or facilities for meeting basic health, welfare, and other needs of a society or group, as people who are poor, sick, or elderly.
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Origin of human services

First recorded in 1700–10 in the sense “provided by humans,” and in 1935–40 for the current sense
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