It is necessary to reevaluate the utility of human service delivery and to reconsider the utilization of professional costs and services. This book makes a case that the conceptual understanding of resources and the inherent characteristics that they offer youth are too narrowly viewed by helpers in the human service delivery system and by consumers/clients themselves. When the process of service delivery fails, it does so when it lacks a coherent conceptualization of the change process and the associated definitions helpers construct of their roles.