CCPA advocates for community providers 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. In addition to our advocacy efforts, CCPA membership includes exclusive access to various affinity programs such as discounted educational resources, national memberships, and organizational services.JOIN CCPA
CCPA represents agencies that provide services and supports to people with disabilities and other significant needs including children and adults with substance use disorders, mental illness, developmental, and physical disabilities.
Through CCPA’s Divisions, Forums, and Committees, community provider professionals share ideas, network with colleagues, and shape the future agenda and direction of the Association.
We champion your causes and advance your voices at the Legislature, within state agencies, with the media, and with other advocacy organizations. CCPA’s respected voice has helped protect private provider funding, advance new funding initiatives, support strategies for long-term change, and advocate for policies that support the community provider system.
CCPA helps you effectively and affordably meet workforce training needs through a variety of educational methods including e-learning programs, seminars facilitated by nationally recognized instructors, and focused conferences.
Through CCPA’s Preferred Purchasing Program, we create meaningful work opportunities and reliable wages for people with disabilities by developing contracts between state agencies and community providers under the preferred purchasing law.