In the News

Coverage related to CCPA's Legislative / Public Policy Campaign:

5/30/14- Hartford Courant Op-Ed by CCPA CEO, Morna Murray: Full Mental Health Care Can Stem Tragedies

4/28/14- CT News Junkie article: Lawmakers Rule Out Tax Increase, Look To Spending Cuts, Tax Exemptions

3/20/14- CT Mirror article: Nonprofits to Malloy: Less $ for rebates, more for CT's Needy

2/25/14- CT Mirror articleCT Mental Health Clinics Brace for State Cuts Tied to Obamacare

2/6/14- CT News Junkie article: Health and Human Services, A Mixed Bag

2/6/14- CT Mirror article: Home Care, Medicaid Pay, Inmate Health Care in Malloy Proposal

1/31/14-Yale Daily News article: Governor Malloy Increases Mental Health Funds

5/30/13- CT Mirror Op Ed by Gary M. Steck, Wellmore CEO and CCPA Board Chair: Full funding for behavioral health should be a priority in Connecticut 

5/11/13- Norwich Bulletin Editorial: Our View: Benchmarking services is critical to preserving safety net

12/14/12- Courant Op Ed:  State cuts threaten services for vulnerable

12/11/12-  CT Mirror article:  Nonprofits try again to make their case:  'we're at a breaking point'

12/11/12-  CT News Junkie article about the 12/10/12 Governor's Cabinet on Nonprofit Health and Human Services meeting:  It's not like we can just cut them and they go away

12/3/12-  Hartford Courant Letter to the Editor by Mary Anne O'Neill, CCPA Public Policy Director:  Shredding the safety net

12/2/12, New London Day Op Ed by Kathleen Stauffer, Executive Director of ARC of New London County:  Give me your tired, your poor

12/1/12-  New Haven Register Letter to the Editor by Alice Forrester, Executive Director of Clifford Beers Clinic:  State must realize dire plight of nonprofits

11/28/12- CT Post Letter to the Editor by Marty Schwartz, CEO of The Kennedy Center:  Burden on nonprofits is growing

11/20/12, CT News Junkie Op Ed by CCPA Board Chair Gary Steck and CT Nonprofits Board Chair Maureen Price Boreland:  Another perfect storm

11/19/12-  Hartford Courant Letter to the Editor by Josie Robles, CEO of Hartford Behavioral Health:  State must step up for nonprofit providers

Coverage related to CCPA / CT Nonprofits / Arc of CT's Save Our Services Event 5/7/13

5/8/13- CT Talking

5/8/13- Republican-American

5/7/13- WTNH News8

5/7/13- CT Mirror

5/7/13- CT News Junkie

5/7/13- CT Post

5/7/13- Hartford Business

5/7/13- Hartford Courant - Capitol Watch

5/7/13- Norwich Bulletin


5/7/13- CBS 3 Springfield (MA)

5/7/13- NECN (MA)

5/7/13- Newsday (NY)

5/7/13- Houston Chronicle

5/7/13- Florida Times-Union

5/7/13- Silo Breaker

5/7/13- Top News Today


Coverage related to CCPA and CT Nonprofits' Joint 2/17/12 Press Conference:

2/17/12, Norwalk PlusNonprofit community providers comment on impact of five years of no cost of service increases

2/17/12, Berlin PatchAbercrombie backs increased state aid to nonprofits

Coverage related to CCPA's 1/30/12 Press Conference:

2/3/12, CT Op-Ed:  Community providers make progress

1/30/12, CT News JunkieCommunity providers want a modernized social safety net

1/31/12, CT Mirror: DCF savings gone, future of some reforms uncertain

1/31/12, CT MirrorAfter years of flat funding, nonprofits could face cuts

1/30/12, Hartford Business Journal (Online): A tipping point - Oak Hill's funding plight hints change is needed

1/24/12, CT MirrorMalloy orders $79 million in emergency budget cuts


Peter Gioia, Vice President and Chief Economist, CT Business and Industries Association (CBIA) wrote about the cost effectiveness of the community provider system in State Cost, a publication distributed by CBIA to legislators, executive branch officials and the media.  Follow this link to read his 4/20/09 article:

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