Compensation Report Released on Salary/Benefits for Patient Advocacy and Human Service Organizations

Washington, DC (December 6, 2012) – Are salaries going up or down for people who work for nonprofit health and human services organizations? Are benefits staying the same or are new ones coming on the scene? The 2012 Management Compensation Report includes salary and benefit data covering nearly 80 management and professional positions based on information supplied by the country’s leading patient advocacy and human service organizations.

The Management Compensation Report is produced annually as a joint project of the National Health Council and the National Human Services Assembly, and is the only report of its kind for the health and human services sector. 

Compensation information is broken down by broad geographic location, organizational budget, and total number of employees. In addition, the report looks at supplemental benefits including, retirement and savings plans, medical benefits, variable compensation practices, paid time off, and board compensation practices.

Fifty-one national organizations, ranging from the American Cancer Society to Volunteers of America, provided data for the 2012 report.

Copies of the report are available for purchase by contacting the National Health Council at 202-785-3910; e-mail,

The National Health Council (NHC) is the only organization that brings together all segments of the health community to provide a united voice for people living with chronic diseases and disabilities. To learn more about the NHC, visit its website at 

The National Human Services Assembly is an association of the nation's leading national non-profits in the fields of health, human and community development, and human services. Visit the Assembly's website by going to 



Nancy Hughes