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COVID-19 Resources and Services from WRMA

Cover of journal article, "Child maltreatment reporting during the initial weeks of COVID-19 in the US: Findings from NCANDS
Child Abuse & Neglect has published an article written by members of WRMA’s National Child Abuse and Neglect Data System (NCANDS) technical team, in collaboration with John Fluke of the Kempe Center at the University of Colorado School of Medicine.
Cover of the Tipsheet: 3 Ways to Recharge for Mental Health.
For remote workers the line between work and other aspects of life can feel nonexistent. The following tips can help you better integrate work into your life, reduce stress, and increase productivity, improving your mental and physical health, and contributing to fulfillment.

What’s New

Recent publications and resources developed by WRMA

Cover of journal article, "Child maltreatment reporting during the initial weeks of COVID-19 in the US: Findings from NCANDS
Child Abuse & Neglect has published an article written by members of WRMA’s National Child Abuse and Neglect Data System (NCANDS) technical team, in collaboration with John Fluke of the Kempe Center at the University of Colorado School of Medicine.
Cover of the Performance Management Cycle for APS Supervisors
APS supervisors have a complex position and are expected to fill many different roles. One of those roles is planning for, monitoring, reviewing, and rewarding staff performance. This brief addresses the performance management cycle and includes tips for making expectations clear, documenting performance, evaluating home visits, and more.

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Featured Expert

Jessica Farley

Technical Assistance Specialist, National Center on Tribal Early Childhood Development

Jessica Farley is a current Technical Assistance Specialist for the National Center on Tribal Early Childhood Development. She is a former tribal Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) Administrator and Early Head Start–Child Care Partnership (EHS-CCP) Director for Kawerak, Inc., in Nome, AK. She has 6 years of experience in the early childhood field and expert knowledge of partnership development, CCDF regulations, subsidy administration, professional development, and quality improvement. Jessica has experience with direct service administration with an Indian Health Services Facility and is a veteran of the United States Army.

Why Work Here

At WRMA, we believe our employees are the most important investment for success, and we are dedicated to helping them realize their potential. Explore the benefits of working at WRMA.

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