Designed to advance our value proposition and create opportunities for collective leadership and impact. We are actively working to cultivate our Collaborative Center concept as a single, unifying platform that connects all aspects of H/HS with related sectors, is rooted in our organizational effectiveness practice, accelerates Value Curve Progression, and creates a healthier ecosystem that fosters the outcomes we all desire.

Our three centers, the Center for Child and Family Well-Being (CCFWB), the Center for Employment and Economic Well-Being (CEEWB), and the National Collaborative for Integration of Health and Human Services (National Collaborative) focus on achieving our member's Pathways vision. They are creative teams of members and partners organized around the impact areas that are identified in our Pathways initiative to:

  1. Develop and advance campaigns for policy change;
  2. Elevate innovations and solutions;
  3. Develop tools and guidance for the field;
  4. Leverage our OE practice to strengthen the drivers of general organizational readiness, continuous improvement, and performance;
  5. Shape and spread key messages using framing science; and,
  6. Test and refine emerging applications

To learn more about APHSA's Collaborative Centers visit their individual links below:

Center for Child and Family Well-Being (CCFWB)

Advancing federal, state, and local policies and programs that improve access to and quality of child care and support families in today's rapidly changing environment.

Visit the CCFWB Website


Center for Employment and Economic Well-Being (CEEWB)

Central source of information, resources, discussion, and development relating to workforce engagement and gainful employment.

Visit the CEEWB Website


National Collaborative for Integration of Health and Human Services (National Collaborative)

Drives innovation through the horizontal integration of the health and human services system.

Visit the National Collaborative Website