A new payroll agency for home care providers will replace Allied Community Services, following a plague of paycheck processing errors that afflicted thousands of PCAs and HUSKY patients for years.
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
State healthcare staff and supporters engaged in peaceful civil disobedience Thursday during a sit-in at the Connecticut State Capitol in demand of a budget that restores and expands public lifesaving
Long-term care workers rallied outside the Legislative Office Building in demand of a $25/hr minimum wage for group home, home care and nursing home workers, affordable health insurance, paid time
Mental Health Staff and Women’s Rights Advocates Urge State Leaders to “Restore Lifesaving Services for Women and Girls
On Wednesday, March 8th, mental health providers in state facilities and partner organizations held a rally and press conference at the Capitol to commemorate International Women’s Day by urging elected
Personal Care Attendants Engage in Civil Disobedience at the LOB to Denounce State’s Broken Promises on Health Insurance Stipend for Home Care Providers
On Wednesday, March 1st, in the Legislative Office Building, home care providers, Union leaders, and community partners rally and engage in civil disobedience to denounce the State of Connecticut’s failure
Justice Reinvestment Coalition advocates held a press conference on Friday, February 24th, at 3:30 PM in Hearing Room 1D of the Legislative Office Building. Advocates and partners highlighted the Coalition’s
Connecticut’s public health safety net is crumbling. Every day, people seeking medical attention, mental health support, and addiction recovery services are turned away from receiving the care they need. Hundreds
In anticipation of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s upcoming holiday commemorations, Connecticut home care workers honor his legacy with a candlelight vigil at the State Capitol today. Personal Care Attendants
SEIU 1199NE recibió información de que los Centros de Servicios de Medicare y Medicaid (CMS) aprobaron los fondos federales necesarios para el contracto de Asistentes Domésticos Personales (PCA) en Connecticut.