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 email@example.com with any questions. ABOUT HELP: MLP The Health, Education,… Read more HELP: MLP is hiring! →
HELP: MLP is excited to welcome two new staff members to our team!
Are you attending the American Public Health Association’s Annual Meeting in Philadelphia this week? HELP: MLP and our Philadelphia partner, Philadelphia Nurse-Family Partnership will be presenting at several sessions, including… Read more HELP: MLP at APHA →
By: Michaela Whitelaw, Public Health Fellow According to a 2017 study by the Reinvestment Fund, approximately one in 14 Philadelphia renters (20,000 families) face eviction filings every year, with filings disproportionately affecting African Americans and women. In 2016, over 10,200 Philadelphia renters were evicted, placing Philadelphia fourth in the country for the number of evictions that year. The Philadelphia eviction crisis is a result of systemic and social issues entrenched in a history of poverty, discrimination, and gentrification. While some evictions are legal and fair, a large number of eviction… Read more Philadelphia’s Eviction Crisis →
The Philadelphia Mayor’s Taskforce on Eviction Prevention and Response released its Draft Eviction Task Force Report this week. The Taskforce will host a public feedback session on May 8th from… Read more Philadelphia Mayor’s Taskforce on Eviction Prevention and Response →