This evaluation was designed and implemented to describe the current landscape of APS program structure and operations across the United States.
WRMA compiles these focus reports to congress for the Social Services Block Grant (SSBG) program. The 2020 reports focused on Special Services for the Disabled, the service area of Vulnerable and Elderly Adults, and US Territories.
This report presents annual SSBG data to provide an in depth look at how grantees allocate funds and the number of individuals served.
This report is based on 2021 data from the National Adult Maltreatment Reporting System (NAMRS).
The APS TARC, on behalf of the Administration for Community Living, developed a series of toolkits to assist APS programs across policy and practice on a single topic.
This working tool will help Lead Agencies customize a plan and timeline for data gathering to inform provider rate setting.
This recorded interactive townhall discusses questions surrounding adult protective services (APS) language usage as we begin a step towards consensus on building the evolution of APS language use.
This resource outlines the importance of adopting boundaries between work and life priorities. Additionally, it provides strategies workers can use to create boundaries, especially when work and life are in the same space.
This Learning Hub includes on-demand access to self-paced trainings and guides to help prepare states for each step of Cycle 2 of the Office of Child Care Monitoring System.
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.