Ride To Work is looking for organizations that need transportation services for their grant proposals or existing workforce development programs. If you work at a program working on behalf of returning citizens who would benefit from help getting to jobs that can't be accessed by public transportation, reach out to Tim Styer at email@example.com or 267-784-9071.
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Katelyn Newman - April 15, 2020 On March 30, Dennis McLees swapped his stint in a correctional facility for quarantine in his daughter Ashley Stack's home, hunkering down with her, his son-in-law and his 15-month-old grandson during the coronavirus pandemic, thanks to an early release. "I'm just glad to get out – we were on lockdown my last three weeks," says McLees, 57. McLees was imprisoned several months ago for a nonviolent drug possession charge, but was let out early on
Jeremy Roebuck - April 15, 2020 On Saturday, Rudolph Sutton’s son said he got news he had waited 30 years to hear: Philadelphia prosecutors would review his father’s claim that he’d been wrongfully imprisoned for a 1988 murder in South Philadelphia. But the son had news of his own for the defense lawyers on the other end of the line: Sutton, 67, had died three days earlier, the first state prison inmate to succumb to the coronavirus. In an interview days after that call, Sutt
PLA's Unemployment Compensation Application Service Hotline is available every day this week to help Pennsylvania workers file their initial application for UC benefits. Additionally, PLA has updated their FAQ with new information about PUC and PUA. You can access their FAQ here. The Department's central CARES Act page, which includes links to its FAQs, can be found here. It also has a flowchart that directs workers between the three federal programs.
CBH has begun maintaining a spreadsheet containing information on operational changes at network providers during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please remember to check here frequently, as this spreadsheet will be updated daily. You can access each day's spreadsheet here. The spreadsheet itself is published daily under the subtitle, "Operational Changes of Treatment Providers." To find phone numbers associated with each organization, you can use CBH's Provider Directory. Please Note
Jeremy Roebuck, Laura McCrystal, Chris Palmer and Dylan Purcell - April 14, 2020 "A 48-year-old woman on Tuesday became the first Philadelphia jail inmate to die of complications from the coronavirus, city officials said. The Department of Prisons did not release the woman’s identity, say which facility she had been housed in, or describe the charges on which she was being held. Sources who were not authorized to publicly discuss the woman’s death identified her as Yvonne Har
ABBA's Safe Haven Inc will be doing a drive-up free give away of soul food platters for families in need on April 18th from 3pm - 5pm. You can call or text 215-695-8422 to RSVP. Location: 171 W. Chelten Ave, Philadelphia PA, 19144. They'll be right at the corner of the Burger King.