The National Center on Advancing Person-Centered Practices and Systems (NCAPPS) has opened a new application opportunity to provide technical assistance (TA) at no charge to selected states, territories, or tribes for up to 100 hours per year, for up to two years.
TA recipients will work with national subject matter experts to develop a TA plan and achieve the outcomes identified in that plan. The NCAPPS team at the Human Services Research Institute will coordinate and deliver TA, in collaboration with subject matter experts. For more information about the current NCAPPS TA cohort, including summaries of TA activities and products, visit the Technical Assistance page of the NCAPPS website.
The NCAPPS June webinar included four of the states from the first cohort of NCAPPS TA — the event (recording here) showcased what those states had learned from their TA and how they plan to use those learnings to continue making their systems more person-centered.
The application is the first of two phases in applying for TA. Within two weeks of submission of this application, the NCAPPS team will contact applicants to finalize the TA request during a second phase. The second phase involves a videoconference between the NCAPPS team and the applicant to gather more information, explore intended outcomes in greater detail, and confirm that the applicant is in a position to effectively advance needed change.”
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