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HUS 520: Working in Human Services Administration: Human Services Agencies

This course introduces students to the field of management in human services organizations. It focuses on the knowledge and skills required by those who supervise employees on a daily basis. Employee and agency rights as well as legal issues pertaining to

Government Agencies

The Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) is a federal grant program. Each year, Congress provides FNS with a specific amount of funds for state agencies to operate the program. The program operates through:

  • 89 WIC state agencies, which include 50 state health departments, 33 Indian Tribal Organizations, the District of Columbia, and five territories (Northern Mariana, American Samoa, Guam, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands)
  • 1,900 local agencies in 10,000 clinic sites
  • 47,000 authorized retailers

The state agency administers the program in accordance with program regulations, and guides local agencies on all aspects of program operations.

U.S. Disability Services with links to many different government agencies

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development

Includes links to Fair Housing Initiatives Program (FHIP), HUD, Housing Choice Voucher Program (Section 8), and Continuum of Care Homeless Assistance.

Non-Profit Agencies operating with a 501 (3)

National Council of Non-Profits

National Impact Report

America’s 1.3 million charitable nonprofits enrich the lives of everyone, in ways both seen and unseen. Nonprofit Impact Matters pulls back the curtain and tells the story of nonprofits from their perspective. It also provides practical insights and key national- and state-level data.

Nonprofit Organizations in the U.S. Statistics and Facts by Statista

Volunteer statistics, financial statistics, and more. 

Charity Navigator

Non-profit organizations are rated.  The Encompass Rating System uses a combination of automated methods and technology-supported manual research and analysis to provide donors and nonprofits with four clearly-visualized indicators of total impact — we refer to these as beacons. All four beacons are now live and accessible: Finance & Accountability, Impact & Results, Culture & Community, and Leadership & Adaptability. 

Created by the BBB Better Business Bureau to evaluate charities.  Check the tax status of charities. 

Charity Watch

CharityWatch, founded in 1992 as the American Institute of Philanthropy (AIP), is America's most independent, assertive charity watchdog. CharityWatch does not merely repeat what a charity reports using simplistic or automated formulas. We dive deep to let you know how efficiently a charity will use your donation to fund the programs you want to support. CharityWatch exposes nonprofit abuses and advocates for your interests as a donor.