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Social services are a range of public services provided by governmental or private organizations. These public services aims to create more effective organizations, build stronger communities, and promote equity and opportunity.
Social services include the benefits and facilities such as education, food subsidies, health care, job training and subsidized housing, adoption, community management, policy research, and lobbying. 
Not all public services are social services.
Some companies use social service as a means of marketing or to save taxes.
- Australian referendum, 1946 (Social Services)
- Catholic Social Services
- Department of Social Services (USA)
- Emergency Social Services
- International Social Services
- Ministry of Community and Social Services (Ontario)
- New York State Social Services Department
- Secretary of State for Social Services
- Social Welfare (constituency)#Social Services (1988–95)
- Toronto Employment and Social Services Division
- Welfare and Social Services Ministry (Israel)
- "Making a Difference: Community Practice for Social Change". Case Western Reserve University. Retrieved 23 October 2014.
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