Passing A.1926A./S.1683A would bring much-needed transparency and integrity to New York’s Medicaid LTC system and inspire new approaches to increase access to HCBS for all consumers who desire to live and receive care at home. Please contact Governor Hochul and tell her to sign A.1926.A/S.1683A today.
We are joining groups from across the state to demand that Governor Hochul not hold thousands of low wage workers’ wages hostage as she tries to demand cuts to home care and CDPA.
#Support ILC’s! The work of ILCs is aligned with that of other human service and disability providers receiving a COLA. ILCs compete in the same labor market and have the same difficulty in recruiting and retaining staff. We need you to call the Governor and leaders in the Legislature and ask them to include ILCs in the human services COLA.
Sign the petition now to call on the Governor and the Legislature to make sure that this budget prioritizes CDPA and delivers a message to all New Yorkers that CDPA is Essential: https://cdpaanys.org/advocacy-news/votervoice-action-center/?vvsrc=%2fPetitions%2f3745%2fRespond
This Thursday: Long Island United for Fair Pay for Home Care: Campaign Re-Launch & Community Forum
Register at: https://secure.everyaction.com/1jjWscWbMUWo7RbDJH1k8Q2
#ExerciseYourVoteAbility! Participate in the accessibility survey made possible by Disability Rights NY and the Brennan Center for justice: https://forms.gle/8DTcdH8SaDkmHwA5A