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  • March 7, 2017

    Webinar: Retaining Staff with Kate Vonderhaar

    Join Kate Vonderhaar, The Advisory Board, for Informative Webinar

    Please plan to join Kate Vonderhaar of The Advisory Board on Wednesday, March 22, 2017, from 3:00-4:00 PM EDT, for an informative webinar on recruiting entry-level staff from diverse sources, and retaining them by providing growth and engagement opportunities. The webinar will address building a robust pipeline of entry-level staff, and how it requires collaboration among employers, educators, and local workforce development groups. Employer voices are heard less often in national...

  • March 7, 2017

    Advocacy Alert: Act Now to Save Medicaid!

    Republican House Leaders To Repeal ACA

    Last night, Republican leaders in the US House of Representatives unveiled legislation to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA). In addition to making substantial changes to the health law, the proposal would drastically cut and fundamentally restructure the Medicaid program by converting it to a per capita cap, effectively shrinking federal Medicaid funding over time and putting those LSA members serve and support in danger of losing coverage and access to care. This radical restructuring...

  • February 24, 2017

    New LSA Member Grant Resource: GrantStation Insider

    Find New Funding Opportunities through LSA GrantStation Partnership

    LSA members now have access to GrantStation Insider. Through direct relationships with funders, the GrantStation weekly newsletter provides the latest information on regional and national opportunities.

  • February 22, 2017

    LSA Partners With Nonprofit Finance Fund As Part Of The Healthy Outcomes Initiative

    LSA members providing community based services are invited to submit an application for consideration to participate in the Healthy Outcomes Initiative. This initiative, supported by Nonprofit Finance Fund (NFF) and the Kresge Foundation, is designed to support community based organizations as they explore how new collaborations can expand the delivery of preventative services to high-needs populations, reduce costs to health systems and enable more services reach individuals who need them...

  • February 2, 2017

    Oped: Congress Should Oppose Medicaid Block Grants

    LSA President and CEO Charlotte Haberaecker Calls on Congressional Leadership

    In an oped in The Hill, LSA President and CEO Charlotte Haberaecker writes that Congress should protect the healthcare of seniors, children and people with disabilities by opposing proposals to convert Medicaid to a block grant or per capita cap program. These proposals would cut federal Medicaid spending by $1 trillion over ten years and would result in a reduction in benefits for millions, at best, and an elimination of benefits for millions, at worst.