Threatened emergency cuts could impact critical social services and other government functions contracted out to hundreds of nonprofits in the state. The CT Community Nonprofit Alliance is pushing Gov. Ned Lamont’s administration to protect funding vital to these services.

“Connecticut residents rely on state-contracted, community-based nonprofits for a wide range of vital services, including substance abuse and mental health treatment, support and residential programs for people with developmental disabilities, homeless and domestic violence shelters, re-entry programs and more,” said Gian-Carl Casa, president and CEO of the alliance.

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Nonprofits ‘greatly concerned’ about prospect of emergency budget cuts — Hartford Business Journal