Explore how eviction compromises the most basic need of a stable home and the ripple effect it has on issues such as education and economic well-being.
Responding to the substance use disorder crisis is done community by community. Once programs, models and organizations are developed and find success, these can be replicated to serve other communities.
Learn about Council for a Strong America (CSA), a national, nonpartisan nonprofit that unites five organizations comprised of law enforcement leaders, retired admirals and generals, business executives, pastors and prominent coaches and athletes – totaling more than 9,000 individuals – who advocate for research-based policies that support children, youth and families as well as communities, states and the nation. In Ohio, they currently have over 400 members.
Noted tax and budget policy expert Bob Greenstein provides an overview on the key provisions in the federal budget, discusses current and upcoming budget debates and battles and offer insights on the potential impact for low income families, workers and communities.
Build your understanding of how tax credit programs impact Ohio families and explore how your voice can inform the conversation in congress.
Jodi Mitchell, Program Officer, Health Policy at The Mt. Sinai Health Care Foundation gave testimony on behalf of Philanthropy Ohio’s Health Initiative.
Explains how your insurance costs will change if you have a Substance Abuse Disorder.
How the new healthcare law will affect you if you have Private Insurance and a Substance Abuse Disorder
How the new healthcare law will affect you if you have Private Insurance and a Substance Abuse Disorder.
When the Connecticut Council for Philanthropy’s (Council) auditor received an unexpected August 2008 call from representatives of the Connecticut Society of Certified Public Accountants (CSCPA), the conversation was exciting and enticing: approximately 500 of Connecticut’s nonprofits could potentially save millions of dollars in annual state-mandated auditing fees.