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HELP: MLP is hiring!

HELP: MLP is currently hiring a part-time Staff Attorney to work with our partners in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Staff Attorney will provide direct legal services related to public benefits, housing, and other legal issues that impact families participating in the Philadelphia Nurse-Family Partnership and Mabel Morris Family Home Visit Program. This is a part-time position with no health insurance benefits. Interested applicants should submit their resume and cover letter through the Widener University employment portal. Please contact Shannon Mace at smace@helpmlp.org with any questions. ABOUT HELP: MLP The Health, Education,… Read more HELP: MLP is hiring!

Child Tax Credit 2021: Your Questions Answered

What is the Child Tax Credit? The Child Tax Credit (CTC) is a benefit for parents or guardians with qualifying dependent children to lower their taxes. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the American Rescue Plan Act has expanded the CTC to include more families who may need assistance. The benefit is different this year, as families no longer need to wait until they file their taxes in 2022. Families can get a cash “advance” on the CTC through monthly payments beginning July, 2021. What can I get? You may be… Read more Child Tax Credit 2021: Your Questions Answered

Fighting Racism in Reproductive Healthcare

In December 2020, the Philadelphia Nursing-Legal Partnership hosted a Brunch and Learn focused on Community-Driven Strategies to Fight Racism in Reproductive Healthcare. Designed to encourage interprofessional collaboration, Brunch and Learns bring together home visitors, public health nurses, lawyers, and community members, each with their own unique perspectives. An overarching goal of the NLP has always been to address the egregious rates of infant mortality among Black women, driven by systemic racism and discrimination. In the midst of the killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police officers, worldwide Black Lives Matter… Read more Fighting Racism in Reproductive Healthcare