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PhotoVoice Exhibit Gallery

May 30, 2019

This PhotoVoice project involved nearly 40 local teenagers from HUNE, Providence Center and Esperanza, Inc., who were tasked with capturing things in their neighborhood that answered the question, “What helps or prevents you from being healthy in your community?”
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RFP to Address Needs in Eastern North Philadelphia’s Latino Community

May 1, 2019

P-CHE is seeking applications that will address upstream factors that contribute to health disparities – that is, the social determinants that promote or impede an individual’s ability to be healthy – among Latino residents in Eastern North Philadelphia.
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2019 Edition of PACDC Magazine: Vital Signs

May 1, 2019

This year's publication focuses on compelling and inspiring work being undertaken in collaboration with a range of health care institutions, health care practitioners, community activists, and CDCs, all working to advance Philadelphia's neighborhoods.
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TJU and P-CHE Announce Results of Latino Community Health Needs Assessment

April 30, 2019

"We began the Philadelphia Collaborative for Health Equity to bring people together, just like this, to draw attention to the issues in our communities and to target solutions for health disparities in our city. Sadly, Philadelphia still has an estimated 60,000 children going hungry and 40 percent living in poverty. We can and must do better." - Dr. Steve Klasko
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P-CHE PhotoVoice Exhibit – April 25th, 6:30pm – 8:30pm at Taller PR

April 13, 2019

The PhotoVoice exhibit, curated by teenage residents in the community, is an illustration of their perspective on health. We are extremely proud to debut their work as part of this exhibit being held on April 25th, 6:30pm- 8:30pm at Taller PR. We hope you can join us.
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Silenced by Fear

April 13, 2019

Women of color are less likely to get treatment for postpartum depression because they fear they’ll be judged too quickly or harshly by child welfare services. Research shows those fears may be justified.
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