The Conference of Minority Public Administrators (COMPA), a section of the American Society for Public Administrators (ASPA), extends condolences and stands with the family of George Floyd and others murdered by the police. We support all victims of police brutality and citizens of goodwill who demand justice and an end to police and vigilante violence against Black people in the United States and other countries. We are outraged by the deaths of 27-year old Breonna Taylor of Louisville, Kentucky; 25-year old Ahmaud Arbery ...
Due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, and Governor Phil Murphy’s stay-at-home order, the Family Support Organization of Union County has implemented modifications to our operations. The organization is currently operating remotely.
Family Support Partners (FSPs) will continue to contact families using audiovisual platforms or via telephone. If you have an emergency, you should dial 911. Otherwise, if you need to contact the staff, please dial their cell phone or the office number, (908) 755-0090, and leave a message for the staff person that you are trying to reach.
This website will be updated regularly to provide you with additional resources as they become available.
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Technology has played a vital role during the pandemic. It has bridged the gaps made by the mandated physical distancing to help us all stay healthy. But as society is entering the new normal and reclaiming the need for livelihood, technology will play even a more vital role.
Having the right technology is a top strategy to sustain everyone's safety and wellbeing. While scientists are still racing to develop the vaccine, technology is your vital partner in a post-COVID world, and it should not let our guards down.
As head of the family or community, it ...