Maine Office of Family Independence Technical Assistance Request
The Maine Office of Family Independence was interested in learning strategies for setting goals, tracking and improving performance, managing staff activities and enforcing program requirements by utilizing accessible and complete data at various levels. Through the Welfare Peer Technical Assistance Network (Welfare Peer TA), the Maine Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), Office for Family Independence (OFI) and the New Hampshire Division of Family Assistance convened a peer-to-peer site exchange. This was conducted in order to initiate cross-site networking, to foster dialogue, and to exchange strategies for integrating education and training opportunities into TANF programming. A site visit and several conference calls were held, giving Maine the opportunity to observe the data collection methodology and tools utilized by the State of New Hampshire.
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