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Woods in Langhorne, Pennsylvania has joined the Alliance for Strong Families and Communities. As an advocacy and service organization for people with exceptional challenges, disabilities, and complex needs, Woods strives to advance the quality of life and standard of care for individuals with disabilities.
Florida Network of Youth and Family Services in Tallahassee, Florida, has joined the Alliance for Strong Families and Communities. The organization is a statewide association representing 29 nonprofits that serve homeless, runaway, and troubled youth ages six and older and their families.
Haynes Family of Programs in La Verne, California, has joined the Alliance for Strong Families and Communities. Specializing in treatment and educational services for children, its focus areas include special needs relating to emotional development, autism, Asperger’s Disorder, learning disabilities, and neglect and abandonment.
Registration is now open for the American Public Human Services Association (APHSA) National Health and Human Services summit, in partnership with the Alliance, to be held April 30-May 3 in Baltimore. Save $75 with the early bird rate by registering by April 7. For this summit, APHSA and the Alliance are joining forces to elevate critical policy discussions and to provide an opportunity for collective conversations with the new administration and Congress for a shared path forward.
Leaders from nonprofit human-serving organizations across the country gathered in Clearwater Beach, Florida, for the 2017 Senior Leadership Conference. They witnessed energizing presentations, learned from one another, and made connections that will last a lifetime.
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