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.
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The reduction to Adult Foster Care funding sets the rates back to pre-2007 levels.
The Council is offering education, legislation and sharing tools and information to help the human service workforce with student debt.
The Attorney General's Office is seeking to help students make more informed choices and reduce future burden of student loan debt.
The spending bill was generally favorable to human services programs.
These posters are available free from the Attorney General's Office online or by mail.
Sec. Marylou Sudders gives providers insight on what to look for in the coming year.
The Baker Administration says lagging tax revenues prompted reductions to the FY '17 budget.
Advocates and policymakers collaborated to reach an agreement on PCA overtime management.
Secretaries Lepore and Sudders discuss the state budget picture and priorities for the coming year.
The Operational Services Division (OSD) recently posted a notice of amendment and the change will apply for FY 2016 UFR filings.
The Council and members ask EOHHS to revisit proposed rate taking into consideration locations, the coming OT change and other issues.
The proposed amendments are a result of the Baker Administration's efforts to streamline all state regulations.
A section of the recently signed economic development bill could have diverted scarce resources from nonprofits.
Hearings address certain placement and supports and youth-stabilization services.
The Council urges members to give us feedback on changes to 808 CMR 1.00, and to submit comments to the Commonwealth by Aug. 22.
The FY '17 spending plan goes back to the House and Senate for review, finalization.
The Senate began its budget debate on Tuesday, May 24.
The state Senate will release its FY '17 budget proposal on Tuesday, May 17.
The state House of Representatives on Wednesday, April 27 unanimously approved a $39.51 billion budget proposal for the next fiscal year, beginning July 1, 2017.