General Information

The 2019 AASD/NASTA Annual Conference is designed to assist Health and Human Service leaders and policy makers to shape the future of the SNAP and TANF programs through collaboration and modernization and the exchange of experience and knowledge amongst attendees.

 

Join your colleagues from across the nation for a series of information-rich presentations and breakout sessions focused on forward-thinking ideas about:

  • How to advance the impact of the SNAP and TANF programs

  • The most pressing issues facing SNAP and TANF, and related economic support programs

  • The role these vital human services programs play in the economic well-being of children, families, and communities

 

August 25-28 | Hilton Charlotte Center City | Charlotte, NC

About APHSA

The American Public Human Services Association (APHSA) is a bipartisan, nonprofit membership organization representing state and local health and human service agencies through their top-level leadership. Through our member network and three national Collaborative Centers, APHSA seeks to influence modern policies and practices that support the health and well-being of all children and families and that lead to stronger communities.

​APHSA connects its members to national policymakers and human-serving organizations across a wide circle of stakeholders in the health and human services sector, as well as key partners in education, housing, employment, and others. APHSA also helps members build more capacity for their teams through access to our professional education and development conferences, technical expertise, publications, and our Organizational Effectiveness practice.

APHSA Educational Events underwritten in part by our Strategic Industry Partners

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