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News Release: CT Nonprofits Make Urgent Plea for Funding, PPE and Infection Control Plans for Community Providers

NEWS RELEASE April 21, 2020 CT Nonprofits Make Urgent Plea for Funding, PPE and Infection Control Plans for Community Providers Mental health clinics, substance abuse treatment, group homes, shelters and more, desperate for support, coordinated equipment distribution and a plan (Hartford, CT) — The CT Community Nonprofit Alliance (The Alliance), today made an urgent plea… Read more »

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1080 WTIC: Gian-Carl Casa on Ray & Joe D

May 11, 2020 Click here to listen to Gian-Carl Casa on Ray & Joe D on WTIC News Talk 1080 on Monday, May 11.

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CT Mirror: Nonprofits: Lamont has not delivered promised PPE

Nonprofit social service agencies have accused Gov. Ned Lamont with failing to deliver personal protective gear he pledged two weeks ago, placing thousands of staff and disabled clients at risk of contracting COVID-19. Since the CT Community Nonprofit Alliance warned April 21 that agencies were approaching financial collapse — partly from having to buy personal… Read more »

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CT News Junkie: Nonprofits Say They Feel Forgotten In PPE Distribution

Nonprofit community providers said they feel forgotten when it comes to the state’s distribution of personal protective equipment. Oak Hill is a private nonprofit organization that runs 80 group homes for the children and adults with developmental, intellectual and physical disabilities. Barry Simon, president of Oak Hill, said they currently have 18 homes where either… Read more »

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CT Mirror: Nonprofit agencies say they are on brink of financial disaster

By Keith Phaneuf Even amidst the coronavirus pandemic, hundreds of nonprofit agencies in Connecticut continue to serve millions of disabled adults and children, the mentally ill, drug addicts, and others in need. Yet these nonprofits aren’t considered “essential healthcare workers” like doctors and nurses, industry leaders said Tuesday, a distinction that limits access to protective… Read more »

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WNPR/Where We Live: Taking Care Of The Disabled During Coronavirus

Now more than ever, it’s important to stay connected to the ones we love. Especially those that are feeling isolated during this trying time. This hour, Where We Live learned how adults with disabilities, and their families, are getting through the pandemic. We’re talking to disability advocates in Connecticut and discuss how disabled community and… Read more »

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