For the Media
February 20, 2019 Contact: Patty McQueen 860-985-3533 Statement from Gian-Carl Casa, President & CEO of CT Community Nonprofit Alliance, on Governor Lamont’s budget proposal: “Given the state’s budget difficulties, the Alliance thanks Governor Lamont for mostly protecting community services and programs that serve people with developmental disabilities, treat substance abuse and mental illness, house the… Read more »
In the News
By Gian-Carl Casa, President & CEO, CT Community Nonprofit Alliance On the night he was sworn into office this month, Connecticut’s 89th governor Ned Lamont danced happily — to the delight of attendees at his inaugural ball and everyone who’s seen the video since then. The Governor’s enthusiastic embrace of his new role as Connecticut’s chief executive… Read more »
Human services provides an opportunity for structural change By Paul Choiniere, Day Editorial Page Editor December 30, 2018 For years a debate has taken place as to how the state can best and most economically assist the developmentally disabled — people dealing with mental illness, those struggling to overcome the disease of addiction, the vulnerable… Read more »
Opioid Deaths Increasing As Connecticut Struggles To Find Money To Fight Crisis By Jack Kramer | Sep 10, 2018 WEST HAVEN, CT — There was unanimous agreement during a discussion last week about mental health in Connecticut: there is no end in sight to the opioid crisis, and finding funding to battle the epidemic won’t… Read more »
While their services are in greater demand, Nonprofit organizations find funding an increasing challenge, even in rich states like Connecticut. Eric Clemons’ guest is the President and CEO of the Connecticut Community Nonprofit Alliance, Gian-Carl Casa: Click here for more.
The Connecticut Mirror is running a multi-part series about Connecticut’s nonprofits and their struggles with state budget cuts. Scroll down to see all the articles in the series. This page will be updated as more articles are published. Part 1: August 6, 2018 Change is Coming for Nonprofit Human Service Providers, But Will It Make… Read more »