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Program NameStep by Step Guide to Planning a Great Adult Protective Services Conference
Program SummaryManual developed by the Texas Adult Protective Services Agency's Conference Coordinator. Provides insight and information on how to plan an annual conference addressing the protection of vulnerable adults.
Agencies and Organizations InvolvedAdult Protective Services, Texas Department of Protective and Regulatory Services
Funding SourceTexas Department of Protective and Regulatory Services
Funding LevelNot Available
Program EstablishedEst. 2002
Materials AvailableManual
Program Contact NameKathleen Dickens
Contact Phone Numberph. 512-438-3187
ContactEmail[email protected]

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