Category: CPA NEWS
Implicit Bias and the US Capitol Invasion
A Message from Beth Hines, Executive Director Our work at Community Partners in Action is very much about prison reform and respecting human dignity, but it is much more. The January 6th events in Washington D.C. are a stark reminder of two of our Country’s root problems — systemic racism and implicit bias — and… Read more »
Still on the Front Lines: Our COVID-19 Update
We hope you are staying healthy and spending lots of quality time with family and loved ones during this time. I am sure you would agree that this is a perilous moment, which is also incredibly stressful. That said, I must thank our dedicated staff, who have not taken their eyes off our mission and… Read more »
CPA’s COVID-19 Response
During this unprecedented time in the world, Community Partners in Action continues to operate around the clock, because people need our help. We know you are cheering us on, and we appreciate it so much! The health and safety of our participants and staff is our highest priority and we want to update you on… Read more »
Beth Hines Interviewed about Gaps in Reentry Services
CPA Executive Director Beth Hines was a guest on WNPR’s Colin McEnroe Show.
Community Partners in Action Receives $2 Million Grant from SAMHSA (U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration)Five-year CPA Initiative Targets Reentry, Substance Abuse, and Mental Disorder Treatment Services For Those Returning Home to Greater Hartford
Elizabeth Hines Named Executive Director
Elizabeth “Beth” Hines is the new Executive Director of Community Partners in Action.
Beth was selected from over 50 candidates after a detailed and thoughtful search by our Board of Directors. Most recently Chief Operating Officer, Beth has been with Community Partners in Action for 27 years.