The California Collaborative for Long Term Services and Supports is a coalition of 32 statewide organizations that promote dignity and independence in long-term living for seniors and people with disabilities. Member organizations represent consumers, providers, advocates, labor and insurers.
Founded in 2011, the Collaborative convenes twice monthly to sponsor high-level discussions with experts on budget, policy and program issues that impact the system and services that supports millions of older and disabled Californians to live safely in their homes rather than in institutional settings.
The Collaborative works to foster understanding among members about the importance of all of the components of the system; to educate policymakers about the needs of seniors and people with disabilities; to develop policy solutions and recommendations for improvements; and to support members in their advocacy on behalf of the programs and services that are the backbone of the system of care.
Check out these two podcasts on who we are and what we stand for:
What is the CA Collaborative?
CA Collaborative Mission & Values