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Reducing barriers to accessing social services in different program areas is an important issue, but it does not necessarily ensure that participants receive all the services they need to move them toward economic self-sufficiency. This study develops and examines a model for participant-driven integrated service delivery with two key components: (1) offering access to a wide variety of services in multiple program areas and (2) developing a process for integrating those services that allows customization of the services to participant needs.