Malloy called the amount the “largest commitment our state has made to support and invest in these community-based organizations that provide critical services to individuals in every city and town in our state.”
The purpose of the program is to improve the efficiency, effectiveness, safety and accessibility of nonprofits’ delivery of health and human services. The awardees have contracts or agreements with state agencies. The grants will go to 81 nonprofit agencies in 38 municipalities, including a number of shelter operators and service providers.
Read the press release here.