Premier Exhibitors

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AAFCAPs – Table 16      

AAFCPAs is the premier CPA and consulting firm based in New England and considered an attractive alternative to national CPA firms by discerning clients who appreciate exceptional value. We provide audit, tax, accounting, and advisory solutions to nonprofit organizations, commercial companies, and wealthy individuals/estates.

Advocates – Table 8      

Advocates champions people who face developmental, mental health or other life challenges. We partner with individuals and families to shape creative solutions to even the greatest obstacles. First, we listen. Then, together, we do what it takes to help people thrive.

Apothecare, Inc. – Table 27      

Apothecare Pharmacy has been a leader in the provision of quality pharmacy services for residential pro- grams throughout Massachusetts. Our reputation has made us one of the Commonwealth’s largest “MAP friendly pharmacies”. Contact us to learn just how Apothecare’s services for residential programs is the right fit for your agency.

Arbor Associates – Table 31

Arbor Associates, Inc is a staffing firm specializing in providing quality full time, per diem, temp-to-hire, and direct placement staff for the human services, social services, behavioral health, health, education, and early education & care organizations since 1982.

Bay Cove Human Services – Table 20   

Each year, Bay Cove provides services to more than 25,000 individuals and families who face the challenges of developmental and intellectual disabilities, mental illness, substance use disorder, homelessness and/or aging, at more than 170 program sites in Metro Boston and southeastern Massachusetts.

CBIZ – Table 19      

CBIZ New England Not-For-Profit & Education Practice is led by 20 senior-level specialists in not-for-profit auditing and taxation, and business and regulatory consulting. We have a deep understanding of human service providers and special education schools, and the experience to generate ideas addressing the complexities these organizations face.

Central Boston Elder Services – Table 6     

The mission of Central Boston Elder Services is to pro- vide high quality, responsive, supportive services and programs to the elderly and the disabled in need of health and human services. Central Boston Elder Services seeks in its philosophy to provide services in a manner which reinforces dignity and worth of the individuals and also acknowledges and respects cultural sensitivity, gender and other differences.

CIL – Table 29

Corporation for Independent Living (CIL) partners with care service providers to develop safe and accessible housing for those with I/DD, ABI, and other disabilities to enable the independent living, support, and services they need to be fully engaged in their communities.

Citizens – Table 11      

Citizens Bank’s Nonprofit & Healthcare Division pro- vides a full range of credit/tax-exempt financing solutions and non-credit services to over 600+ nonprofit clients throughout the Northeast.

eHana – Table 17      

As Massachusetts’ leading EHR vendor, eHana is committed to helping community-based organizations em- brace change by being the go-to resource for Health IT, Population Health and technology innovation.

First Nonprofit – Table 12      

First Nonprofit has helped 2,100+ organizations save millions of dollars on State Unemployment Insurance (SUI). Rely on us to safeguard your budget from un- certain SUI expenses today!

Eliot Community Human Services – Table 21      

Eliot Community Human Services is a nonprofit human services agency dedicated to enhancing the quality of the lives of people in need. The programs within the Eliot network provide a continuum of care to a varied and diverse population.

Enterprise Fleet Management – Table 28   

Enterprise has been a proud partner of the Providers’ Council for more than 17 years and brings more than 50 years of experience controlling vehicle costs and customizing solutions to meet the needs of the human services sector.

Gándara – Table 4      

Gándara Center delivers quality bilingual behavioral health, substance use and preventative services for a diverse clientele of nearly 15,000 children, adults and families each year in 100 locations across Massachusetts.

High Point – Table 7   

High Point’s mission is to prevent and treat substance use and mental health disorders. Our goal is to help an individual achieve personal change and accept responsibility toward an improved quality of life.

Inclusive Fitness – Table 32      

We help create healthy lifestyles for neurodiverse people, their families, and communities. Our experienced coaches, adaptive programming, and a sensory- friendly center allow our athletes to raise the bar on what they can accomplish.

Insource Services – Table 30

Founded in 1993, Insource Services, Inc. provides non- profits and other organizations with expert bookkeep- ing, accounting, senior financial management, human resources, and technology services on an outsourced basis.

Interior Resources – Table 13    

Interior Resources provides quality contract furniture at competitive prices to the human services, health- care and education markets. For more information, please visit www.interiorresourcesusa.com

NetSmart – Table 15      

Netsmart, a leading provider of SaaS technology, de- signs, builds and delivers electronic health records, health information exchanges, analytics and tele- health solutions and services that are intuitive and functional.

Pathways for Change – Table 25

With a long standing record of accomplishments and a commitment to reaching the diverse communities within Central Massachusetts, Pathways is proudly one of the leading rape crisis centers in Massachusetts and has served as an example of promising practices nationally.

Prosper Solutions – Table 24     

Proudly serving non-profits in the Boston area for over 15 years. Providing our partners with the technology and guidance they need to help others.

Qualifacts – Table 23      

Qualifacts is one of the largest behavioral health, human services and rehabilitative services EHR vendors in the country. Its mission is to partner customers with technology and services that enhance their ability to deliver quality care, exceptional outcomes and improve the lives of the individuals they serve.

Suffolk University– Table 5   

The MPA program at Suffolk University’s Institute for Public Service prepares students to be leaders in enhancing the responsiveness, efficiency, and effective- ness of public service organizations, while adhering to the democratic values of inclusion, egalitarianism, and respect for diversity.

USI Insurance Services – Tables 9&10      

USI Insurance partners with human and social service organizations to provide strategic counsel and creative solutions for Council members. USI helps organizations understand the employee benefits and risk management concerns that impact the social services industry.

UTMC – Table 14      

UTMC provides an all-inclusive unemployment cost reduction service to employers and specializes in rep- resenting human service agencies operating under the reimbursable and taxable methods. UTMC offers a no- cost analysis of Providers’ Council members’ state un- employment costs!

William James College – Table 26      

William James College is a leader in educating the next generation of mental health professionals to support the growing and diverse needs of the mental health workforce. Integrating field work with academics, the College prepares students for careers as organizational leaders and behavioral health professionals.

Your Part-Time Controller – Table 18

We build stronger nonprofits, one accounting department at a time.

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