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Need Emergency Staffing Funds?

On October 14, 2020 by Jeff Bostic

The Provider Relief Fund web page now includes a portal for applying for $20 billion in additional COVID-19 response funding.

Attention Housing Support (GRH) Providers: COVID Add-on Reporting Due by 9-30-20

On September 23, 2020 by LeadingAge

One final reminder that reporting on funds received last spring related to the Housing Support (GRH) Program are due by the end of September.

Supporting Older Adults in Extraordinary Times

On July 15, 2020 by Bobbie Guidry

The Metropolitan Area Agency on Aging (MAAA) is pleased to announce a new funding opportunity for services to address the impact of COVID-19 and the civil unrest in Minneapolis, St. Paul, and surrounding communities. Services must meet specifications of one of the following titles of the Older Americans Act: 

Providers Call for More COVID-19 Relief Federal Funding for Assisted Living

On May 26, 2020 by Jodi Boyne

As the federal government continues to provide funding from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act, senior living providers continue to express concerns that the support leaves assisted living, memory care and independent living behind.  

Ask Congress to Include Aging Services Relief in Next COVID-19 Relief Bill

On April 14, 2020 by Libbie Chapuran

Congress is working on the next COVID-19 relief bill. Contact our senators and your representative to tell them to include this funding and critical resources for aging services providers:  

They’re Back: President Trump FY19 Budget Proposes Medicaid Per Capita Caps, Block Grants

On February 14, 2018 by Jodi Boyne

Shortly after signing the new budget deal approved by Congress, President Donald Trump released his initial budget request for fiscal year 2019. It features $1.4 trillion in Medicaid cuts over the next decade and brings back the per capita caps and block grant proposal we successfully defeated last year. 

What Would a Government Shutdown Mean for LeadingAge Minnesota Members?

On January 17, 2018 by Jodi Boyne

Congress has until Friday, Jan. 19 to find agreement on an appropriations bill. If they fail to meet that deadline or fail to pass a continuing resolution to keep the government open, a partially government shut down will begin at midnight on Jan. 20. What does a government shutdown mean for LeadingAge Minnesota members and the people they serve? 

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