Change is coming for Connecticut’s human service providers

August 6, 2018

Connecticut Mirror (August 6)

Change is coming for Connecticut’s human service providers

It is a time of reckoning for Connecticut’s private, nonprofit social services. After two decades of flat or reduced funding from its chief client — state government — community-based agencies are struggling to retain both their programs and the low-paid staff who deliver care for thousands of poor, disabled and mentally-ill adults and children.



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