Annual Reports

The Providers' Council publishes an annual report every year detailing the organizations successes over the last calendar year. A number of recent annual reports are posted below and are available for download.

2023 Annual Report

In a world where change is the only constant, the Providers’ Council’s steadfast commitment to passionate advocacy on behalf of our members has remained unwavering. 2023 was an exciting year


2022 Annual Report

Since the Providers’ Council was founded in 1975, the organization has been known for many things. We’ve been a voice on Beacon Hill, advocating for fair policies for the community-based


2021 Annual Report

In many ways, 2021 was about experiencing and learning what is the “new normal” of our society and the human services sector, as Council members continued creating paths for providing


2020 Annual Report

This year, the Council supported members by offering education and training, advocacy opportunities, high-quality public policy research, news publications, networking events and group purchasing programs that allow them to operate more efficiently and effectively.


2019 Annual Report

Since our founding in 1975, the Providers’ Council has always been on the move. And in 2019, the Council itself was literally on the move – to Framingham after spending the first 44 years with our organization based in downtown Boston.


2018 Annual Report

For 43 years, the Providers’ Council has been an association that is continuously Envisioning change • Leading advocacy • Driving progress. In 2018, we refreshed our logo to add those words as a tagline to ensure that others know a little bit more about the Council and our organizational philosophy.

2017 annual report cover

2017 Annual Report

With the human services sector on the precipice of a workforce crisis, the Providers’ Council and our members knew in 2017 that we needed to initiate some significant steps to help strengthen our sector.

2016 Annual Report Cover

2016 Annual Report

As the Providers’ Council and our membership led efforts to strengthen the human services sector in Massachusetts throughout 2016, we referred time and again to the foundation that community-based providers have built and continue to reinforce for so many people across the Commonwealth.

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