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Webinar Series

Welcome to our Webinar Series!

Our webinar series keep you informed on various issues and topics within the legislative and behavioral health fields. You can view recorded webinars by clicking the title you want to watch. We value member participation and strongly recommend attending our highly informative and educational upcoming webinars.

If you have ideas for future webinar topics, please let us know! We value your feedback.

Webinar 18: Optimizing Telehealth in a Post COVID World: Latest Practices & Policies
June 29, 2020

We partnered with Genoa for this webinar dedicated to discussing the power of telehealth in California during COVID-19 and beyond.During the COVID-19 crisis, telepsychiatry has emerged as a powerful tool for increasing access to care. In this vein, the federal government and states have swiftly implemented regulatory changes to meet urgent needs during this public health crisis. We know that the ongoing changes can be overwhelming, and raise a lot of questions about what the future of care delivery will look like.We will cover how telepsychiatry continues to improve patient outcomes, augment programs to serve clinic needs, and improve access to care beyond this ‘new normal’.

We will discuss:

  • Telepsychiatry as a powerful tool to increase access to care
  • The impact of COVID-19 on mental health in California
  • Regulatory changes in California that help close access gaps
  • Now everyone’s doing telehealth. What's next in California?
  • Case studies from clinics


David Theobald, Senior Clinic Partnerships Manager of Genoa Telepsychiatry
LeeOr Klein, Policy Strategy Lead of Genoa Telepsychiatry
Paul Curtis, Executive Director, CBHA
Le Ondra Clark Harvey, Director of Policy and Legislative Affairs, CBHA
Al Rowlett, CEO, Turning Point Community Programs
Amy Jensen, Regional Support Team Director, Turning Point Community Programs

Webinar 17: A Discussion on Tele-Supervision with CBHA & Motivo
June 11, 2020 Recording coming soon!

With the re-entry plan in process post the COVID-19 pandemic, organizations are evaluating their options for remote clinical supervision. You may know that secure video supervision is allowed in California for associates working in a non-profit agency, education or government setting. If you’re looking for more information about online supervision, join CBHA and Motivo as we discuss the topic at length.

Presenter: Rachel McCrickard, LMFT and CEO/Founder of Motivo

Webinar 16: All About the Base! Engaging Your Staff and Leaders in Advocacy
March 13, 2020

You hold tremendous power as a behavioral health provider and a leader of your agency. Engage your staff, clients, and colleagues to ensure behavioral health is independent of DC or Sacramento. During this session, you’ll realize the power you hold in your community, how to leverage it to advance your advocacy goals, and how to use it to engage your staff, clients, colleagues, and community.

Presenter: Bethany Snyder, Nonprofit Advocacy Consultant, Snyder Strategies

Webinar 15: Successful Strategies to Improve Recruitment & Retention for Agencies
March 12, 2020

Tessie Cleveland Community Services Corporation (based in Los Angeles) has made the recruitment and retention of highly-qualified and culturally competent clinicians a top priority in this highly competitive job market. Through a combination of carefully and strategically allocating resources, conducting research to understand better the challenges related to recruitment and retention, and ongoing efforts to create and sustain a unique agency culture, please join us for a webinar reviewing TCCSC’s strategies and practices for maintaining a team of dedicated and talented clinical staff.

Presenters: Carissa Delgado, Training Coordinator, Tessie Cleveland Community Services Corporation and Stephen Grace, Director of Outcomes and Evaluation, Tessie Cleveland Community Services Corporation

Webinar Special: Learning Community - Medi-Cal Healthier California for All
January 14, 2020

On October 29, 2019, the Department of Healthcare Services (DHCS) released the Cal-AIM (California Advancing and Innovating Medi-Cal) proposal. As a result, the field sees unprecedented opportunities to shape the future service delivery program in California. There is a need to ensure that community voices are heard and integrated into the development and implementation of these innovations. DHCS plans to finalize their proposal to Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) by May or June of 2020. 

Participants will:

  • Learn about the CalAIM process and hear updates about progress
  • Access a deeper dive analysis and articulation of impacts presented by Dr. Parks with the National Council
  • Participate in generative community-driven dialogue about innovating Medi-Cal, working to help inform and develop recommendations to DHCS

Webinar 14: Free Self-Paced Webinar Series: Preparing for Value-Based Reimbursement in California (BHCalCon)
October 2-3, 2019
Series Powered by Qualifacts Carelogic 

Many behavioral health organizations are seeking a pathway as they enter into Value-Based Reimbursement models. You may be in the initial phase of deciding whether VBR is right for you, or you may be in the first stage of preparing your organization infrastructure for this new model. This recorded Webinar series will help you more effectively work with payers and develop service lines to deliver better value for your clients and the communities that you serve.

These free Webinar sessions are 45-60 minutes in length.

Webinar 13: Value Based Payment Training (BHCalCon)

October 1, 2019
Value Based Payment Training Webinar Presentation by Chuck Ingoglia. This webinar will cover:

  • Categories of value-based payment models, including specific examples
  • Provider-level considerations for contracting in those models
  • How other State Medicaid programs are approaching VBP
  • Policy considerations and areas for CBHA to influence in the waiver re-design process

About the presenter: 
Charles Ingoglia, MSW, President and CEO, National Council for Behavioral Health
With more than 20 years of experience in behavioral health, Charles Ingoglia has worked as a provider, advocate, and educator for government and public sector organizations. Prior to becoming President and CEO of the National Council for Behavioral Health, Ingoglia served as the Senior Vice President of Public Policy and Practice Improvement, where he directed the federal and state affairs function of the National Council, and oversaw practice improvement and technical assistance programs offered to more than 500,000 behavioral health professionals across the U.S. His efforts have centered on key issues such as parity, healthcare reform, and improving the experience of mental health and addictions care and treatment engagement. Before joining the National Council, Ingoglia provided policy and program design guidance to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.

Webinar 12: Shatterproof: Stronger Than Addiction
April 10, 2019
Shatterproof is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to ending the devastation addiction causes families. This year, the organization has amplified its focus on grassroots efforts and works to empower volunteer Ambassadors to make impact within their states. The upcoming CA legislative agenda predicts CA-based Ambassadors being active in ensuring their voices and messages are heard.

The webinar will feature a high-level review of the organization with special emphasis on their work in advocacy – and in invitation to join in their efforts or share what is important to your agencies. To learn more in advance about the mission and work of Shatterproof visit their website for more information.

About the presenter:
Lynne A. Nouvel, Director, Shatterproof Ambassador/Community Alliance Program

Lynne is the liaison for our national Shatterproof Alliance and Ambassador community. Bridging Ambassadors’ generous volunteer efforts and the strategic goals of Shatterproof, she ensures that our Shatterproof message and mission permeate in communities around the country. Lynne facilitates Ambassador communication, trains and supports Ambassadors’ individual efforts as well as their active support in Shatterproof’s advocacy work and awareness-building. She brings 25-plus years of professional executive experience in nonprofit development, strategy, communications, teambuilding, and fundraising to this role. Lynne is one of fewer than 4,500 certified fundraising executives in the U.S. - a testament to her expertise in the areas of volunteer empowerment and philanthropic development.

Webinar 11: Performance Outcome System
February 26, 2019
Historically, persons with mental health and substance use (behavioral health) disorders have been over incarcerated. Entering the criminal justice system is often the first time individuals with behavioral health disorders are diagnosed and offered treatment. The consequence of behavioral health disorders not being met effectively in the community is costly and dysfunctional, pulling resources to support care inside jails and prisons rather than in communities. 

There is growing recognition that addressing mental health (MH) and substance use disorders (SUD) collaboratively is essential to achieving improved public safety and health outcomes. Despite this, the treatment of MH and SUDs is not effectively integrated creating an inefficient and costly system that is not easy to navigate or administer. During this webinar Stephanie Welch, Executive officer of the Council on Criminal Justice and Behavioral Health (CCJBH) will present on the following:

  1. What is the extent of the problem and where are the pressures points
  2. Why is diversion so critical to shifting towards community-based investments
  3. What strategies can be used to address the complex needs of individuals who have co-occurring substance use and mental health conditions, criminogenic risk factors, major and multiple medical problems, and chronic homelessness.

About the presenter:
Stephanie Welch, MSW, Executive Officer, Council on Criminal Justice and Behavioral Health (CCJBH)
Ms. Welch is the Executive Officer of the Council on Criminal Justice and Behavioral Health (CCJBH) & has nearly 20 years of experience in behavioral health policy & program administration. She is responsible for leading a council of 12 members, chaired by the Secretary of the California Department of Correction & Rehabilitation (CDCR) & comprised of the Department of State Hospitals (DSH), the Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) & appointed expert representatives from the criminal justice & behavioral health fields such as probation, court officers & behavioral health care professionals. CCJBH investigate policies & systems that may impede access to services, identify best practice models & strategies, & promote cost effective solutions for implementation. The Council provides recommendations to the Legislature and Administration & is charged with supporting the improved coordination between state & local partners, criminal justice & behavioral health system partners.

Webinar 10: Performance Outcome System
December 12, 2018
The presentation will cover the background and history of the Performance Outcomes System up to the development of the Performance Dashboard reports that are currently in publication. The presentation will be given from an applied, user’s perspective of the Performance Outcomes System in that it will focus on why the POS was created, the needs it seeks to fill, and the intended purposes of the data that are published and produced through the Performance Dashboards.

The majority of the presentation will focus on how to make sense of the data generally, will identify how to use these data for evaluating Mental Health Plan performance Statewide and at the local Mental Health Plan level, and will identify where to find other POS data that can inform gaps in knowledge regarding mental health consumer beliefs generally and their experiences with the mental health system.

About the presenter:
Dionne Maxwell, Ph.D., is a Research Program Specialist III who works in the Mental Health Management and Performance Outcomes Branch of the Mental Health Services Division at the Department of Health Care Services (DHCS). In her current position, she serves as the Project Lead for developing and implementing the Performance Outcomes System (POS) for DHCS. Dionne earned her Ph.D. in Social Psychology, at the University of Nevada, Reno (UNR). Prior to her arrival at DHCS, Dionne has conducted applied research in a variety of settings as well as teaching courses at the graduate and undergraduate levels.  In her most recent position prior to coming to DHCS, Dionne worked at the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation producing research publications related to Recidivism, Realignment, and Juvenile Justice.

Webinar 9: Behavioral Alliance Committee Presentation
September 26, 2018
The California Future Health Workforce Commission was created in 2017 to help the state close the gap between the health workforce we have and the workforce needed. The Commission is composed of recognized senior leaders who represent California’s diversity and bring expertise from health, education, employment, labor, and government sectors.
The Commission is developing a 12-year strategic plan for building the future health workforce that includes practical short, medium, and long term solutions to address current and future workforce gaps.

This webinar focuses on the Behavioral Health Workforce in California, including the efforts of a subcommittee focused on identifying problems and potential strategies to address workforce needs. This is also an opportunity for input and dialogue prior to decisions being made.

About the presenters:
Jeffrey Oxendine MBA, MPH
Co-Director, Management Team, California Future Health Workforce Commission, Co-Faculty Director of Undergraduate Public Health Major and Director of Workforce Development, UC Berkeley School of Public Health, Founder and CEO, Health Career Connection

Kimberly Mayer, MSSW
Director of Workforce Development, California Institute for Behavioral Health Solutions, Lead Behavioral Health Consultant, California Future Health Workforce Commission

Webinar 8: The California Association of Public Hospitals and Health Systems (CAPH) on Section 1115 Waiver
July 11, 2018
In the Medicaid program, states have the option to test new pilot programs and strategies that align with state and federal goals through “waivers”. California’s 1115 Medicaid waiver is an ambitious effort to improve care delivery and health outcomes for millions of California’s Medi-Cal patients. This webinar will provide an overview and update on three of the state’s waiver programs from the perspective of public health care systems that are very involved in each of these efforts.

Presented by Sarah Hesketh,Vice President of External Affairs Ms. Hesketh leads CAPH’s advocacy work that includes helping advance the organization’s policy work and legislative platform and building relationships with key stakeholders. In 2015, she helped lead CAPH’s advocacy effort to secure another Medicaid waiver for California, which provides $7 billion in funding to improve care in the Medi-Cal program. Prior to joining CAPH in 2011, Ms. Hesketh was the Director of Health Care Policy and Community Development at Working Partnerships USA, a non-profit organization in San Jose. She has a master’s in Applied Economics and Finance, and bachelor’s in Global Economics from the UC, Santa Cruz. 

Webinar 7: CCBHC's - What You Need to Know for the Expansion Grant Proposals
June 20, 2018
Are you or your agency considering applying for one of the CCBHC Expansion Grants that are due by July 9th?
If so, Rebecca Farley, V.P. for Policy & Advocacy with the National Council for Behavioral Health will be presenting a webinar for CBHA members which will share information about the grant proposal and exactly what are the criteria for a CCBHC. We realize this is a last minute announcement but with the due date not that far off we feel this is a great opportunity for our members.

About the presenters:
Rebecca Farley David, MPH, Ms. David brings 10+ years’ experience in health systems financing, addiction and mental health parity, integrated care and Medicaid to her role as Vice President of Policy & Advocacy for the National Council for Behavioral Health. She provides strategic guidance and support to community-based addiction and mental health providers, educating organizations on trends inside and outside the Beltway while helping them prepare for major policy changes ahead. Ms. David works directly with Members of Congress, congressional staff, and regulatory agencies to track and influence public policies that affect providers’ ability to deliver timely, high-quality services to vulnerable individuals. She has overseen advocacy, education and implementation efforts related to every major behavioral health law in the last decade, from addiction and mental health parity to the Medicaid expansion, Excellence in Mental Health Act, and more.

Webinar 6: Crisis Line Services Overview by Didi Hirsch & Crisis Text Line
May 31, 2018
In this webinar, you will learn:

  • How the idea for a suicide prevention center stemmed from Marilyn Monroe’s death
  • Why not to use the phrase, ‘commit suicide’
  • How paraprofessional volunteers are able to create safe non-judgmental calls
  • When to have a client call us, and which number to call
  • What support services are available for those who have attempted suicide, or have a loved one who has died by suicide
  • If you are considering a crisis line at your agency, or want to collect resources to use at your agency, please join us. 

About the presenters:
Elizabeth Eddy, Crisis Text Line’s Director of Communications, will share on the program and how agencies are using this option as a way to be more accessible in a technology driven society. Our member agency will share their experience running a program and navigating the funding and staffing needs required to be effective.
Representing the oldest suicide prevention center in the country, Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services’ Training Coordinator, Nathan Lichtman, will share their crisis call center and suicide prevention model.

Webinar 5: California's Medi-Cal Specialty Mental Health Services
May 15, 2018
This webinar for 'Orientation to County Mental Health Plan Services' will give you insight on:

  • What is Provided (Medi-Cal Specialty Mental Health Services, Mental Health Services Act (Prop. 63) Services, Safety Net Mental Health Services)
  • Who is Served
  • How it is Financed
  • What is in Store for the Future?

Presented by Kirsten Barlow, Executive Director of CBHDA.
Kirsten Barlow, MSW, is the Executive Director of the County Behavioral Health Directors Association (CBHDA) of CA – representing all 58 counties and 2 cities (Berkeley and Tri-City) – which provides statewide advocacy efforts in support of public behavioral health programs. Ms. Barlow leads CBHDA in promoting recovery principles and social justice for Californians, the reduction of individual and community problems related to unaddressed behavioral health issues and informing public policy to improve the delivery of these services. She oversees all aspects of the organization’s operations, budget, advocacy activities, and strategic plan. She works with the association Board and directs the work of staff to ensure the organization’s mission is fulfilled. Ms. Barlow earned her Masters of Social Welfare degree in management and planning from the University of California - Berkeley and her Bachelors’ degree in psychology from the University of Michigan - Ann Arbor.

Webinar 4: Mental Health Services for Older Adults with Co-Occurring Cognitive Impairment 
February 20, 2018
This webinar will address working with clients who have a mental illness and a co-occurring cognitive impairment. We will briefly review different types of cognitive impairment that can occur in clients with mental illness. We will review tools which can be used to assess and monitor degree of cognitive impairment. Medi Cal regulations with regard to providing mental health service to persons with co-occurring cognitive disorders will be reviewed. Mental health interventions which can be effective will then be explored. These will include person-centered and supportive psychotherapy, reminiscence therapy, behavioral interventions and a brief look at the intervention “Restore, Empower, Mobilize.” Presented by Janet Anderson Yang, Ph.D, ABPP.

Dr. Yang is a licensed and board certified clinical psychologist. She has been working with older adults for over 35 years. She is the Clinical Director and the Training Director at Heritage Clinic, a division of the Center for Aging Resources, a mental health clinic and adult day care center, serving older adults and training graduate students in mental health fields, including a doctoral internship accredited by the American Psychological Association. She participates in a number of groups promoting mental health among older adults, including the Los Angeles County Older Adult System of Care, the California State Alzheimer’s Committee, and the National Council of Professional Geropsychology Training Programs.

Webinar 3: Implementing the ASAM Continuum of Care Under the DMC-ODS 
January 17, 2018
This webinar will review the ASAM criteria and the challenges in getting administrative and clinical systems in place to successfully implement the DMC-ODS from a provider’s perspective, relevant to providers who are considering participation, or even in the middle of trying to implement.
Presented by Ken  Bachrach, Ph.D., Ken Bachrach, Ph.D, Tarzana Clinical Director.

Ken Bachrach, Ph.D. has been Clinical Director of Tarzana Treatment Centers since 1987. He is a licensed Psychologist with over 30 years of experience in the assessment and treatment of individuals with mental health and co-occurring substance use disorders, and regularly trains addiction and mental health professionals in this area. Dr. Bachrach oversees the APA-accredited doctoral internship program in Professional Psychology. He coordinates TTC’s clinical research activities and serves as the site Principal Investigator for the National Institute of Drug Abuse’s (NIDA) Clinical Trials Network (CTN). Dr. Bachrach played an instrumental role in TTC obtaining Joint Commission accreditation in 1987, and continues to play a leading role in maintaining accreditation ever since that time.

Webinar 2: Emerging Models and Provider Opportunities in Integrated Behavioral Healthcare
October 12, 2017
This hour webinar by Richard Louis, III will provide an overview of emerging models of integrated behavioral healthcare and how local community mental health organizations can position themselves to partner and collaborate with acute care hospitals, health plans and managed service organizations to provide mental health treatment, case management while leveraging private sector funding for the delivery of services.

Richard Louis, III, Vice President, Health Integration & Behavioral Health Services
With over 25 years of unique experience as a behavioral healthcare administrator and business development specialist for national, for-profit behavioral healthcare organizations, he pioneered the development of innovative integrated treatment and coordinated care programs and services focused on reducing the high cost and readmission of complex behavioral health populations.

Webinar 1: History of Realignment
September 13, 2017
An overview of the history, structure and implications of the 1991 and the 2011 realignment by Rusty Selix.

Rusty Selix is the Public Policy and Advocacy Director for CCCBHA and is a California Leader in Mental Health Policy Issues and co-author of Proposition 63.




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Our Members

Full Member Agencies

These members are nonprofit agencies that receive funding to provide behavior health services in the community to children, families, adults and older adults. Our membership represents the many types of behavioral health providers and all voices are represented and heard during our policy forums and in our advocacy efforts. To become a full member agency, go here to fill out the form online.

Abode Services
Alum Rock Counseling Center, Inc.
Asian Americans for Community Involvement (AACI)
Bill Wilson Center
Bonita House
Buckelew Programs
Changing Tides Family Services
Child & Family Guidance Center
Children's Health Council
Children's Institute, Inc.
Community Solutions for Children, Families, and Individuals
Didi Hirsch Psychiatric Services
El Hogar Community Services
Family Service Agency
Felton Institute
Foothill Family Services
Gardner Family Care Corporation
Granite Wellness Centers (form. Community Recovery Resources)
Hathaway-Sycamores Child & Family Services
Heritage Clinic, Center for Aging Resources
Hillview Mental Health Center
Hope Cooperative
HOPE Services Counseling Center
Interim, Inc.
Kings View Behavioral Health System
La Clinica de La Raza
Mental Health America of Greater Los Angeles
Mental Health Systems
Mental Wellness Center
Momentum for Mental Health
Pacific Clinics
Portia Bell Hume Behavioral Health and Training Center
Redwood Children's Services, Inc.
River Oak Center for Children
Safe Passages
San Fernando Valley Community Mental Health Center, Inc.
San Francisco AIDS Foundation
San Ysidro Health
Sanctuary Centers of Santa Barbara
Seneca Family Service Agency
South Coast Community Services
Southern California Health and Rehabilitation Program
Stanford Youth Solutions
Star View Children and Family Services
Tarzana Treatment Center
Tessie Cleveland Community Services Corporation
The Guidance Center
The Village Family Services
Tulare Youth Services Bureau, Inc.
Turning Point Community Programs
Turning Point of Central California, Inc.
Uplift Family Services
Victor Community Support Services
Unity Care
WellSpace Health
West End Family Counseling Services
YMCA of San Diego County, Youth & Family Services

Associate Members

These members are nonprofit association organizations with parallel interests. They support the Council's objectives and we work collaboratively on our shared legislative priorities. To become an associate member, fill out the Associate Member Application form and send it to [email protected].

Association of Community Human Services Agencies
Behavioral Health Contractors' Association (BHCA
Behavioral Health & Recovery Services Contractors Association of San Mateo County
Olivia Loewy, Ph.D. and Associates
The Behavioral Health Collaborative of Alameda County



Business Associates

Business Associate Membership in the California Council of Community Behavioral Health Agencies (CBHA) is available to organizations and professionals that provide products and/or services to or for members, or to the behavioral health community, and who support the mission and goals of CBHA. As a part of the CBHA family, Business Associates have a connection to statewide community behavioral health agencies and staff servicing more than 775,000 clients every year. To learn more, check out CBHA's Business Associate Membership Guide including member benefits and pricing!

"Qualifacts + Credible's Business Associate Membership with CBHA has facilitated strategic partnerships and opportunities for us. It has enabled our representatives to network and learn about issues affecting California's provider organizations by attending virtual town halls, sponsoring CBHA's Provider Sustainability Forum, and teaming up to support CCBHCs. The membership benefits are well worth the investment and is proving instrumental to growing our presence in the California behavioral health market," Heather Rudolph, Regional Sales Manager at Qualifacts + Credible.

Want to become a Business Associate Member of CBHA? Please fill out the Business Associate Program Application and send it to [email protected].

BRS Financial Group specializes in providing business owners, individuals, and families with structured and customized employee benefits and financial plans. Our years of expertise, combined with a highly personalized level of service, allow us to design unique strategies tailored to our clients’ needs.


CCAPP'S 500 program members provide substance use disorder treatment services in the majority of DHCS licensed and/or certified sites throughout the state and constitute the largest infrastructure of the state’s publicly funded substance use disorder treatment network.





As the leader in risk management and insurance for behavioral health agencies in California, Gallagher brings a wealth of knowledge, experience, and creativity to help our members lower their total cost of risk while providing many invaluable resources our members depend on.

Dedicated to serving the needs of those in the behavioral health and addiction treatment communities, and others who have complex, chronic health conditions, Genoa Healthcare is the largest provider of pharmacy, outpatient telepsychiatry and medication management services.

Founded in 1987, Hooper, Lundy & Bookman, PC, is the largest law firm in the country dedicated exclusively to the representation of health care providers and suppliers.

innovaTel Telepsychiatry is a nationwide telepsychiatry network of psychiatrists, nurse practitioners and licensed clinical social workers.

Nonstop provides high quality benefits, savings nonprofits and their employees through partial self insurance.


Qualifacts' CareLogic Enterprise Software is a comprehensive Electronic Health Record (EHR) designed for behavioral health, mental health, & human services.

At Serene Health we pride ourselves in using evidence-based, cost effective approaches to improve the quality of life for patients who are battling behavioral/mental health issues, and in turn create stronger families and communities in the process. Healthcare providers who have recognized that taking a unique “whole person” approach to health can achieve positive results in behavioral/mental and physical illnesses. 


Streamline's SmartCare EHR is a web-based, enterprise application built for the delivery, management, and coordination of healthcare services. Our solution is equipped to evolve as business needs develop.




Affinity Organization

Affinity Organization

The following businesses have partnered with CBHA to offer our members a product or service that the Membership Committee approved as offering exceptional value to our members, while also helping to fund our advocacy work.


The Unemployment Services Trust (UST) has been helping nonprofits save valuable time and money since 1983 by offering a safe, cost-effective alternative to paying state unemployment taxes. As the largest and lowest-cost unemployment program in the nation, UST program participants experience up to 60% in savings while receiving ongoing claims administration, HR support and outplacement services that help them save thousands long-term.

Whether your primary focus is to protect your assets, to ensure compliance with the latest state regulations, to reduce unemployment costs or to simply allocate more time and money to your key mission initiatives, UST has a solution to your organizations ongoing pain points. There is no better time than now to join the more than 2,200 nonprofits that are benefiting from the invaluable services offered by UST.


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