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In 2015, Your Way Home helped 140 households find safe and affordable housing, connected 127 people to jobs and 320 people to their public benefits. Your Way Home is a public/private partnership that is working to make homelessness rare, brief and non-recurring in Montgomery County. Download this...
Your Way Home is very pleased to announce the release of its Community Impact Report 2014-2015. The report includes the following letter from a dad who was experiencing homelessness, to his Housing Stability Coach.
Governor Corbett created the Long-Term Care Commission via Executive Order in January 2014 to make “recommendations [to] ensure Pennsylvania’s long term care services and support delivery system is person-centered, efficient, effective and fiscally accountable.” In January 2015, Gov. Corbett...
In the summer of 2013, the Madlyn and Leonard Abramson Center for Jewish Life convened a workgroup of knowledgeable stakeholders to explore the issues of dual eligible elderly (those who qualify for both Medicare and Medicaid) in Montgomery County. Dual eligibles tend to be poorer and sicker than...
Your Way Home Montgomery County is a transformational partnership between government, philanthropy, nonprofits and community partners to solve – finally – the problem of homelessness in our community. Last year, 1,172 people in Montgomery County experienced homelessness. The bold goal of Your Way...
"Donor Strategies to Prevent Childhood Obesity: Lessons from the Greater Philadelphia Region" identifies three key strategies for funders who seek to impact childhood obesity: Start early Increase access to healthy foods and opportunities for physical activity Enable healthy choices in both eating...
The Food Funders, an affinity group of Philanthropy Network Greater Philadelphia (formerly Delaware Valley Grantmakers) formed in 2009 to share knowledge, learn collectively and collaborate on issues related to food and the food system in the Delaware Valley. Five years later, the Food Funders...
Low-income adults in their fifties have become especially vulnerable to maintaining food security. The economy has pushed the unemployment and under-employment rates for this group to high levels. Most are not yet eligible for Social Security and Medicare, and do not meet requirements for other...
Report shows that expanding Medicaid in PA would increase economic activity and result in fiscal savings.
Nearly 1.6 million Pennsylvania residents struggle to put food on their table each year.