Council Member Northeast Arc is using its Changing Lives Fund to fund the competition that seeks to spur innovation and advancement in the disability services sector.
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Suffolk University and the Providers' Council have partnered for 10 years on education opportunities for human services providers. This is the second year of the introductory class raffle.
The Massachusetts Nonprofit Network presented each with a Lifetime Achievement Award for their leadership.
Six of the 29 women representing the nonprofit sector lead Providers' Council member organizations.
Relias' available add-on courses and libraries include the Applied Behavior Analysis Core library.
The Council's fall training schedule continues to grow with the addition of two workshops that address the important issues of how to keep employees and understanding compliance and ethics.
A resource list containing useful links on a range of topics has been added to the members-only section.
The proposed legislation would bring salaries paid to staff of human services provider organization in line with those paid to state workers doing similar jobs.
Nominated by other Council members, these organizations are singled out for their contributions and innovation in the Massachusetts human services sector.
The three recipients are employed by member agencies and the women are pursuing master's degrees at Salem State University, Suffolk University and Clark University.
Convention attendees determined the winner of The Caring Force's Sixth Annual Broadcast Your Love of Human Services Contest.
The Providers' Council recognized 13 individuals and organizations that have made notable impacts in the Massachusetts human services sector during the last year.
The day featured remarks from Gov. Charlie Baker, EOHHS Sec. Marylou Sudders and a keynote speech from Steve Pemberton.
The top three photos in the sixth annual Caring Force contest come from Bridgewell, Bristol Elder Services and Doc Wayne Youth Services.
Job views and "Apply" clicks are surging on new jobs board, led by social media ad, MBTA ads.
For more than 40 years, the Providers' Council has been bringing together human services providers, staff, consumers and other stakeholders for an annual celebration and day of professional development.
There are a record number of entries to vote on this year, so check out Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to see them all.
Today, we're also thrilled to announce that Governor Charlie Baker will join us at the largest convening of human services professionals in the Northeast and address the more than 1,100 convention attendees during the day's lunch program.
A few years ago, the federal government adopted grants reforms designed in part to improve the way governments at all levels treat nonprofits that perform services on their behalf. Notably, the reforms, known as the OMB Uniform Guidance, provide that nonprofits are entitled to be reimbursed by state and local governments for some or all of their indirect costs when federal money is in the funding stream.
Since 1998, the Peer Provider Awards have been presented to outstanding organizations as recognized by their peers.