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Alliance Membership

Membership in the Alliance of Community Service Providers:

There are two types of members of the Alliance of Community Service Providers: (1) Members– Those agencies, which provide direct service to people. And, (2) Associate Members– Enterprises, which offer products and services that augment the supports of the Members. Dues Members for 2022-2023 are set on a sliding scale based on their annual revenues. Revenue sources include: ODP PROMISE payments related to the Philadelphia individuals or Philadelphia locations for the services listed above, Philadelphia County contract dollars from IDS, OAS, & OMH; BHSI payments, and CBH reimbursements for public clients. No other funding streams apply to the Alliance Annual Dues calculation.

There are a number of substantial benefits to membership in the Alliance of Community Service Providers. In broad categories, those benefits are:


  • A constant flow of essential information to Alliance members via emails and mailings.
  • Quicker information that is more on target than other sources.
  • An action alert network of several hundred people.
  • Direct sharing with government officials and among members through Alliance-hosted meetings (about one per month).


  • Valuable relationships with the leadership of DBH/IDS in Philadelphia, program administration (ODP, OMHSAS, OMAP) in Harrisburg, and statewide associations like RCPA and PAR.
  • Opportunities to participate in and lead the development of position statements and/or recommendations regarding a government plans and or policies.
  • Significant input to DBH initiatives employing RFP’s, RFA’s, and RFI’s.


  • Increased probability of being heard by government as a member of a recognized, respected and effective collective.
  • Participation in events that promote and speak to the particular needs and interests of member groups.
  • More effective internal communications and efficient program operations for agencies that are plugged into policy and program developments via the Alliance.

Current Alliance Members and Associate Members