APHSA

AcronymDefinition
APHSAAmerican Public Human Services Association
APHSAAssociation of Police Health and Safety Advisers
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This is where APHSA and its many assets and services will be most helpful.
State human service agencies average spending $40 million over a three-year implementation timeframe, but the time has never been more opportune to benefit from IT advances to achieve the mission of HHS agencies," said Tracy Wareing, APHSA executive director.
APHSA is the only association of the nation's top government human service executives, including states, the District of Columbia, and the territories, their key state program managers, and hundreds of county-level human service directors nationwide.
Jerry's career before APHSA included director or deputy director positions in Texas, Washington State, Pennsylvania, and two Pennsylvania counties.
His expert knowledge of human services has helped advance the cause and image of APHSA immensely," he said.
Howard's involvement in APHSA spans nearly a decade and includes three years as President of the Board (2001-2003).
Stories from both Raise the Local Voice and Voices from the Front Line can be found on the APHSA web site at http://voices.
Respondents recommended a variety of actions APHSA could take to advance Pathways.
Comments from some asking how they get might get on distribution lists or receive subscriptions signals to me that APHSA members are not as aware as we would like them to be of the benefits we provide.
While the general notion of standards should be useful, APHSA is concerned that funding constraints, differences in details, and unrealistic timeframes could make implementing some of these new reporting requirements problematic.
Also, support and assist any coworkers and members of APHSA in the best way possible.
APHSA and NASCCA submitted testimony for the record and have been working with congressional staff to provide recommendations for a reauthorization bill.