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Who We Are

The Association for Community Living (ACL) is a statewide membership organization of not-for-profit agencies that provide housing and rehabilitation services to more than 30,000 people diagnosed with serious and persistent psychiatric disabilities. The day-to-day rehabilitative and support activities performed in community residential and other housing settings are vital for people who face the daily challenges of living with a psychiatric disability and want to live independent, productive and satisfying lives as members of the community.

What's Happening at ACL

05novallday0840th Annual ACLAIMH Conference

Advocacy Email to Lawmakers on Transformation Fund Bill
WSJ: NYS Legislative Session May End with ‘Big Ugly’
Buffalo News Another Voice: Low wage rates are unfair to human services workers
Registration NOW OPEN for the 2019 ACLAIMH Hudson Regional Conferences!
June 18 White Plains Forum on NY Mental Health/Substance Use Ombuds Program
Value Based Payment Roadmap Updates – Public Comment Period Extended to 6/5
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