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- Healthcare Providers from State Agencies to Engage in Peaceful Civil Disobedience as Demands to Restore and Expand Lifesaving Services Must be Rendered in CT’s Budget
- 2021-2025 State Contract is now available!
- Mental Health Staff and Women’s Rights Advocates Urge State Leaders to “Restore Lifesaving Services for Women and Girls
- OP-ED: “Donna Brooks: Connecticut lets down women in addiction recovery”
- Coalition Highlights Needed Investments in DOC to Create True “Second Chance Society”
- Expand Services To Save Lives: Building a Robust & Proactive Public Health System in Connecticut
- PANDEMIC PAY UPDATE FOR SEBAC MEMBERS
- Solnit Children’s Center In Urgent Need of Staff as Acute Units Remain Closed
- Connecticut Must Staff and Expand Critical Health Care Services to Save Lives!
- SEBAC Health Insurance Rate Increase FAQ
- Healthcare Providers to March on DMHAS Headquarters, Escalate Demands to Staff Open Positions, Expand Lifesaving Services
- Public Healthcare Workers Raise Urgent Demand for Gov. Lamont to Fill 1,000 Vacancies by August 1, Cite Record-High April Retirement Numbers, Dangerous Shortage of Lifesaving Care