What We Do
What We Do

Since 1985, we have served the state of Louisiana. The purposes of the Association are:

  • To promote optimal funding, program integrity and public policy enabling its members to deliver quality services to people with disabilities in all community based service models.
  • To encourage and promote the professional growth of community providers, including the promotion of the highest standards of quality and ethics.
  • To provide a vehicle and forum for the unified expression of opinions and positions by community providers upon matters or events of concern to the community providers. 
  • To provide current and relevant information to its member agencies.

Membership in the Community Provider Association has been critical to Holy Angels ability to sustain a quality of care for Louisiana’s most vulnerable citizens. The CPA membership established a shared voice of advocates across all areas of the state that included the full continuum of care for individuals with disabilities. Advocacy efforts resulted in the rebasing of rates and the passing of important legislation to protect the reimbursement model. Holy Angels can report that membership in the CPA brought the organization a net return of over $1,000,000.
— Laurie Boswell, Holy Angels CEO

What We've Achieved this year

  • The Supplemental Appropriations Bill Was Signed.
  • 38.8 million was added to the 2020 budget.
  • SB 51 was approved.
  • HB 390 became law in Louisiana.
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