Our mission is to be a resource to and advocate for community providers in advancing their delivery of high quality, efficient and effective health and human services.
Our world is constantly evolving and we need to discover new and creative ways to address the challenges before us. Learn from thought leaders, visionary speakers, and innovators in the nonprofit community. Our 2016 Conference will explore major trends and provide opportunities and resources to imagine long-term solutions. Don’t miss this incredible opportunity! We are proud to present our Keynote Speaker, Hugh Evans – Global Humanitarian, Social Entrepreneur and Co-Founder & CEO at Global Citizen. Mr. Evans’ unique and global perspective are sure to inspire and motivate. Don’t miss this incredible opportunity!
For more information, visit our Annual Conference webpage.
CT Community Nonprofit Alliance strives to offer a comprehensive Education and Training curriculum to keep you at the top of your industry. Our valuable training workshops and seminars keep you up-to-date on the constantly changing world of nonprofits – from middle-management supervisory training and board development to health and human services issues like compliance and integrated care.
Check out our Education and Training Opportunities.
CT Community Nonprofit Alliance 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. CT Community Nonprofit Alliance’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.
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.Read More