Human services agencies have been facing unprecedented shifts in practice as a result of the public health emergency and are balancing staff health and safety, implementation of new technology to facilitate virtual service delivery, and overall staff well-being. APHSA has worked through its full membership and with national experts to advance policy and practice that recognizes and supports the role of human services professionals as a part of the nation’s critical health and safety infrastructure. Here you will find a 5-part video compilation of on addressing workforce wellbeing during emergency response, into recovery, and beyond.
CDC releases data on drug overdose deaths from 1999 through 2018:
DOJ awards funds to combat opioid epidemic in rural communities:
ACF responds to comments on proposed changes to CSBG annual report: View Changes to Report Here; Submit Comment Here
Parents and Children Thriving Together: A Framework for Two-Generation Policy and System Reform: Read Here