Human Services, General/Other News
News and information on the role that government, small business, the nonprofit sector and philanthropy play in creating healthy and vibrant communities.
Minnesota twin cities - Minneapolis and St. Paul - have pledged to shelter every veteran by 2015.
The Twin Cities have been working to eradicate veteran homelessness for years. The first step is...more
An online marketplace has been set up to help Boston-area artists sell their artworks, ArtLifting.
ArtLifting is founded by brother-sister duo Spencer and Liz Powers. The site, artlifting.com, is...more
A new policy brief is released today to featuring the failed Advantage program. It seems more former-Advantage families are returning to homeless shelters and receive no further ongoing rental...more
Graduates of the Tennessee Rehabilitation Center, a state-operated comprehensive rehabilitation facility in Smyrna, will be joining the workforce equipped with workplace and life management skills...more
New York City has announced the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC), an anti-poverty and pro-work program, expansion plan for low-income workers without dependents.
Up to $2,000 in reimbursements is...more
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announces the awarding of $1 million to the Covering Kids and Families of Indiana to support Medicaid coverage and Health Insurance Programs...more
Homelessness and poverty are ever-increasing on a regular basis. Crissy Canganelli, guest contributor for press-citizen.com and executive director of Shelter House, claims that terrorism is not the...more
Congregation members from Catholic churches in Cedar Rapids and Vinton are helping to piece together 950 school outfits for children in Haiti.
Dozens of people volunteers gathered at St. Ludmila...more
Lisa Doyle, communications and donor relations manager for Bridge Communities, shares how Bridge saw the need to educate school-aged children about poverty and homelessness.
At Bridge, kids get...more
Due to his nasty demeanor on the streets of a South Carolina town, longtime Ninety-Six resident and homeless "Rock Man" Ben Richardson wouldn't expect people to help him.
But a community-wide...more