The Early Head Start (EHS) program recently hosted its annual “Dad’s” Resource Fair. The event was designed to provide information about social services and job opportunities for members of the EHS community. Despite its title, the Fair welcomed all dads and other male figures that play an important role in the lives of children in the program.
Early Childhood Educators - develop the confidence you need to talk to families about their tobacco use!
See the flyer below for more information.
Natalie Levkovich, the Health Federation of Philadelphia CEO was presented with the 2017 Carolyn G. Baxter Lifetime Achievement Award at the Pennsylvania Association of Community Health Centers (PACHC) annual conference.
Christina Kappiuzhathil, the Health Federation of Philadelphia’s (HFP) Affordable Care Act outreach and enrollment coordinator recently accepted the 2017 Coverage Champion Award for Primary Care Excellence from the Pennsylvania Association of Community Health Centers (PACHC).
The Health Federation of Philadelphia’s Early Head Start (EHS) program and the University of Pennsylvania School Of Dental Medicine (Penn Dental) are working together to help address the shortage of dentists serving the Medicaid and CHIP population.
Each month, staff members from the Health Federation of Philadelphia’s (HFP) Early Head Start (EHS) program gather in the site’s wellness center for activities focused on wellness and resiliency. Last month’s program was a green living health fair living entitled Keen to Be Green.
Special issue of Academic Pediatrics provides comprehensive research and policy agenda for addressing epidemic of adverse childhood experiences and promoting well-being
Khadijah Muhammad, the director of HFP’s Early Head Start program, was recently chosen as a mentor as part of the Leadership and Management Training Institute at the UCLA Anderson School of Management.
August 15, 2017 – The Health Federation of Philadelphia (HFP) is proud to announce it has received $1,136,700 in continuation funding by the National and Community Service (CNCS). This funding will support 90 AmeriCorps positions within the National Health Corps (NHC) program.
Nashville, TN – The Health Federation of Philadelphia was awarded the Pinnacle Award from i2i Population Health at the i2i Annual User Conference in Nashville, Tennessee.