News — Board and Members News
The Operational Services Division (OSD) recently posted a notice of amendment and the change will apply for FY 2016 UFR filings.
Recipients are nominated by colleagues in recognition of their contributions to the Commonwealth's human services sector.
Five member organizations were among the top 60 on the annual list of top women-led businesses in Massachusetts.
Employees, volunteers and supporters from state government, municipalities, the business community and the media were honored.
The Providers' Council's annual event draws 1,200 human services professionals to Boston for a day of celebration and learning.
Social media is tricky territory. This roundtable will help you navigate to get the most out of it for your organization.
The favorite from these top entries will be voted on during the Providers' Council annual convention.
The Council and members ask EOHHS to revisit proposed rate taking into consideration locations, the coming OT change and other issues.
Help determine the top three entries in The Caring Force's Fifth Annual Broadcast Your Love of Human Services contest.
These half-day trainings address the important issues of communication, staff performance and compliance and ethics.
A new app allows users of the Council's online learning system to access courses on mobile devices.
Nonprofits can help drive voter education and participation by registering and engaging staff, clients, consumers and other constituents.
A number of Providers' Council workshops at the 41st Annual Convention & Expo have received approval for CEUs from LADC and LMHC.
Registration is ongoing for three training programs offered by the Providers' Council this fall.
Council members can learn how to register their agency's stakeholders to vote and engage them in the upcoming election.
Direct Support Professionals Recognition Week will be marked Sept. 12-16 this year.
Three staff members take on new responsibilities to better serve membership.
Shayna Seymour joins the all-star lineup of hosts and speakers taking part in the annual convention in October.
The proposed amendments are a result of the Baker Administration's efforts to streamline all state regulations.
More than 80 exhibitors will be on hand for the Council's 41st Convention and Expo on October 24 in Boston.