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Announcing Our FY22 EPIC Awards Winner for Entrepreneurial Spirit!

PCG’s quarterly employee recognition program, aptly-named the EPIC Awards, is designed to help bring the firm’s four core tenets—Entrepreneurial Spirit, Passion, Impact, and Community—to life in a tangible way.

15. September 2021
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    The Impact of Apprenticeship in Today’s Economy

    Apprenticeship is a powerful tool for growing the American economy. However, despite the long history of apprenticeships in the U.S., they have yet to be widely adopted as an employment model outside of traditional trades such as construction and manufacturing.

    • 16. November 2021
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    New PCG Paper Explores Multidisciplinary Approach to Crisis Response

    A new paper by PCG’s Kacie Schlegel explores how enhanced collaboration between a wider array of professional first responders can position jurisdictions to more effectively serve people with mental illness and link them with needed treatment.

    • 14. June 2021
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    PCG’s Manager Heather Baker Joined Experts in Podcast Series Addressing Family First Law

    Public Consulting Group (PCG) is pleased to announce that Manager Heather Baker, Human Services, recently joined experts from the National Human Trafficking Child Welfare Collaborative, Sarah Ladd and Bethany Gilot, during the second episode of a three-part series for the podcast Emancipation Nation hosted by Celia Williamson, PhD. During this episode, “Protecting Trafficked and At-Risk Youth: States Figure Out How to Implement the New Law,” the speakers discussed states’ translation of federal laws related to human trafficking.

    • 11. May 2021
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    The American Rescue Plan Act of 2021: Reinvesting in HCBS, Rehabilitative Services, TCM, Home Health, & Personal Care Services

    The COVID-19 pandemic has made providing Medicaid services more challenging for human services agencies. For example, agencies are working hard to serve communities when physical locations are often required to close temporarily. During the pandemic, homes of service recipients can be significantly isolating as well, and individuals often need to move their residence to another location where others are available to accompany and care for them.

    • 1. April 2021