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All four human service workers say they are passionate about their work, but burdened by student debt.
Sen. Flanagan, Rep. Roy and Rep. Fox were recognized for their ongoing support of human services.
Rising need for human service employees could help shape job-training programs.
Research shows that human services job growth will continue its surge through the next eight to 10 years, but filling those positions will be one of the sector's greatest challenges.
Student loan lawyer Adam Minsky discusses repayment and forgiveness options available.
The Caring Force will put human service workforce issues front and center at the State House on April 11th.
The Providers' Council will host its Annual Business Meeting and The Changing Face of Human Services forum on Wednesday, April 6 at The Verve Hotel in Natick.
Clients, providers, the DTA commissioner and legislative champions came together to mark the success of CIES and job training programs.
The Joint Committee on Children, Families and Persons with Disabilities advanced the Council's student loan repayment legislation.
The Providers' Council is attending all Chapter 257 information sessions that are being held across the Commonwealth.
In addition to the presidential primary, three state House of Representative seats were also decided.
The Joint Committee on Revenue Tuesday reported out a bill "in part" but removed a potentially damaging provision that would give cities and towns a right-of-first-refusal provision when a nonprofit seeks to sell property or change its use.
The Providers' Council joined other human services membership associations on Thursday, February 18 in sending a letter to the Joint Committee on Revenue in opposition to Section 27 of House Bill 3908, An act modernizing municipal finance and government.
The Joint Committee on Ways & Means has scheduled an FY '17 budget hearing on Feb. 22 for EOHHS agencies.
The Providers' Council will host its Annual Business Meeting, Forum on Workforce Projections 2020 and 5th Annual Caring Force Rally for Human Services in early April!
A section of the Governor's Municipal Reform Bill would give first-refusal to cities and towns when a nonprofit wants to sell or convert property.
The Massachusetts presidential primary is right around the corner on Wednesday, February 10, but you need to register to vote before you head to the polls on March 1!
The state will hear comments on proposed rate adjustments made in accordance with Chapter 257.
NonprofitVOTE has compiled a trove of resources to assist organizations.
The Council and members testify in support of a bill that would allow human service organizations to join the Group Insurance Commission.