Did you hear? We are now CT Community Nonprofit Alliance!

Education and Training

CCPA offers Education and Training opportunities to our members and non-members that are relevant to your field and industry . We offer valuable training sessions to keep you up-to-date on the constantly changing health and human services industry, such as compliance, EHR, staff management, integrated care, and others.

Take advantage of our Upcoming Education and Training Opportunities.

CCPA is currently accepting workshop proposals for our upcoming 2016 Education and Training calendar.
Please fill out the Education and Training Proposal Form and return it to Katie Breslin at kbreslin@ccpa-inc.org. More information can be found on our Event Calendar or you can call 860.257.7909.

Public Policy

CCPA is the collective voice of community providers in Connecticut. We champion community providers’ causes and represent their interests at the Legislature, with the Administration, state agencies that contract with community providers, the media, and with other related advocacy organizations throughout the state. CCPA’s respected voice has helped protect private provider funding, advance new funding initiatives, support strategies for long-term change to the funding system, and advocate for policies that support the community provider system.


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CCPA Costing Study

CCPA is pleased to release a study of provider costs (Prioritizing Community Based Services in CT), conducted by MTM Services, which details the funding shortfall providers are already facing. “Findings in this report show that chronic underfunding has taken a significant toll on community providers,” the Executive Summary states. Members, please feel free to draw talking points from the report and share these documents with your local legislators and other decision-makers during meetings.

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About CCPA

The Connecticut Community Providers Association (CCPA) is the premier state trade association representing organizations that provide health and human services and supports for children, adults and families in the areas of mental health, substance use disorders, developmental disabilities, child and family health and well being, and other related issue areas. Community providers deliver quality health and human services to 500,000 of Connecticut’s residents each year.

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