Adult Services Support

Providing quality services to vulnerable adults is an important part of maintaining an equitable human services system, and CFPIC is committed to supporting public human services agencies in meeting the growing needs of vulnerable adults in California.  Population changes require sharper focus on the needs of older Californians and people with disabilities to make sure they have what they need to be safe and independent.  In partnership with CDSS, CWDA, and others, CFPIC is working to strengthen the workforce within Adult Services and bring agencies together to use the power of collaboration to meet the needs of adults.

What's New

  • APS Supervisor Coaching
    CFPIC Adult Services Project Director Erin Van Duzer leads a team of current and former adult services professionals who provide direct service coaching support to new Adult Protective Services Supervisors in the Bay Area and Central region of California. In recognition of the key role supervisors play in delivering quality service to communities, the CFPIC APS Supervisor Coaching team works with supervisors to build their capacity to support a strong APS workforce in CA. If you are interested in learning more about APS Supervisor Coaching, contact Erin at
  • 2025 Adult Services MDT Convening
    In partnership with agencies throughout the state, including but not limited to CDSS, CWDA, CEJC, C4A, and Regional Training Academies, CFPIC is hosting the 2025 Adult Services MDT Convening, February 3rd-5th, 2025 at the DoubleTree Hilton Sacramento. Participants will continue to learn approaches to build successful Adult Services MDTs. View the Save the Date here!
  • June 15th is Elder Abuse Awareness Day
    To learn more and to access learning opportunities and resources related to preventing and addressing elder abuse, visit the CDSS website.

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Past Successes

APS Training – Sponsored by the Central California Training Academy, CFPIC worked in partnership with local and regional APS training partners, CDSS, CWDA, NAPSA, and APS agencies across the state to build upon strong local training capacities and enhance the training system across the state. Through this partnership and its resulting “APS Training Blueprint” recommendations, CWDA was successful in advocating for consistent funding to support a more robust and sustainable APS training system that works for all of California’s counties. Download the Blueprint Report