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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: PRIORITIZING THE HUMAN SERVICES WORKFORCE CRISIS IN MASSACHUSETTS

If Massachusetts’ rainy day fund is nearing an all-time high of $6.55 billion, then we should recognize that the community mental health and human services workforce crisis is a rainy day.” Bruce Bird, President and CEO, shared with The Boston Globe how the salary disparities among these essential workers are impacting our most vulnerable communities and what needs to be done in response to this crisis.

Read Dr. Bird’s Letter to the Editor in full here: In fever to cut taxes, Mass. first should tackle crisis in human services – The Boston Globe

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