National Human Services Assembly

Taking Practical Steps to Sustainable Implementation

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Taking Practical Steps to Sustainable Implementation

Returning this newsletter to the Resolve to Reframe themes we committed to examining in more depth, this week we’re addressing Sustainable Implementation – specific actions organizations can take to fully integrate the reframing approach into their communications as a whole, as well as maintaining consistent practice into the future. While we recently focused on the […]

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Budget Season: An Opportunity to Show How Human Services Improve Well-Being

On February 12, the Administration put forth its federal budget for Fiscal Year 2019 that begins on October 1. The President’s human services proposal, which reflects the Administration’s priorities beyond just the year at hand, includes major funding decreases and punitive program conditions that the sector will be addressing in its advocacy and communications efforts over the […]

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Framing the Challenges Facing the Human Service Sector

Human services play an essential role in building and maintaining the health and well-being that we all need in order live up to our potential and contribute to our communities in meaningful ways. Yet a report released this week by the Alliance for Strong Families and Communities (Alliance) and the American Public Human Services Association (APHSA) identifies important structural […]

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Tax Messages that Work

Congress is moving quickly on legislation to overhaul the tax code, with serious short and long-term implications for human services and the communities that we serve. As discussed in the October 5th newsletter, the connection between tax policy and our nation’s ability to foster the full potential of all of our residents is not clear […]

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Balancing Challenges with Solutions

Last week, the Annie E. Casey Foundation released “Race for Results“, a KIDS COUNT report that examines childhood outcomes across key indicators of economic, physical, emotional, and developmental well-being. The report found that children of color and immigrant children face particularly significant barriers to meeting key milestones for well-being. Those barriers, such as living in […]

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