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Health-General & Rehabilitative

Learn about several initiatives that are poised to improve outcomes for South Ward residents which comprises the city of Newark’s largest voting bloc and includes the legendary Weequahic Park and historic Weequahic and Clinton Hill neighborhoods.
Audience: All Funders

Join us for a discussion on developing strategies for engaging stakeholders in the field of healthcare and social security.

Audience: All Funders

Please join the Health and Aging Affinity Group for a visit to Green Hill and the Green House Homes, located at 103 Pleasant Valley Way in West Orange, New Jersey.

Join funders for a discussion with Deputy Commissioner Lowell Arye, of the New Jersey Department of Human Services. Mr. Arye advises the Governor on issues related to human services, children and families.

Please join us at our next convening of the Paterson Funders Group. Our featured topic will be BD's support of St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center's collaborative childhood obesity program and the potential to engage the Clinton Global Health Initiative with this project.

This report will raise the voices and examine the needs of older people living with HIV, while exploring opportunities for philanthropies to create meaningful impact in public and personal health and wellbeing.

These two reports show the human and economic toll of the opioid and tobacco epidemics and chart out recommendations for educators, employers, health providers, and effective policy.

Audience: All Funders

In partnership United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey and Philanthropy Network Greater Philadelphia, the Scattergood Foundation has developed resource guides to educate funders about their role building the trauma-informed movement.

In this paper, they examine the current health ecosystem, evolving stakeholder expectations, the unique position of life sciences and health care foundations to effect critical change,and alternative engagement models with demonstrated track records of success on an international scale.

When considering how to improve health outcomes for low-income individuals, most people think about providing access to good medical care and keeping the cost of that care as low as possible. What people rarely think about is the connection between good health and quality affordable housing. This edition of What Funders Need to Know explores these connections and highlights some promising practices by both government and business that help low-income individuals get housed, stay healthier, and lower overall costs.

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