A Massachusetts-based provider of services for the developmentally disabled will no longer run 13 facilities for the state of Connecticut as of July 1.
The May Institute has informed the state’s Department of Developmental Services it ending its relationship with the agency. Joan Barnish, a spokeswoman for DDS, said agency officials “are working toward having a succession plan in place by July 1.”
Barnish would not comment on whether the replacement for the May Institute would be a single contractor or multiple ones.
May Institute officials said the decision to end its relationship was a financial one.
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