Taking Control of your Pest Control: Exclude the Pests, Protect the People, Preserve the Budget

Share List Could your pest control program work better?  As with any agreement for services, with Pest Management contracts you get only what you ask for.  Educating yourself about pests and their control measures can help you to: Identify what you want from your Pest Management Professional (PMP) Be specific in your requests Receive better…

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04Sep

Gateway Health Donates $26,500 to Transitional Paths to Independent Living for Housing Assistance and Job Training

Share List In an effort to support access to affordable housing for Pennsylvania’s citizens with disabilities, Gateway Health announced today a grant donation of $26,500 to Transitional Paths to Independent Living (TRPIL) in Washington, PA. TRPIL provides advocacy and support services to people with disabilities.  This grant will support the organization’s goal: to eliminate barriers that people with disabilities experience, through…

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31Jul

Pennsylvania is Getting Tighter Regulations for Recovery Homes. Will They Improve a Faulty System?

Share List The reason Bristol, Pa., officials pursued recovery home ordinances for their township was simple: “People were dying” in unregulated homes, said Bristol Township Council President Craig Bowen. In Philadelphia, there are many recovery homes that have little oversight. But, according to regulations passed in August 2016, Bristol recovery home owners have several boxes…

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Balancing the Sound Rationale for Smoke-Free Housing with Tenant Concerns

Share List Webinar: Balancing the Sound Rationale for Smoke-Free Housing with Tenant Concerns With the new HUD rule requiring that all public housing go smoke free, both public housing authorities and other housing providers are adopting and implementing smoke free policies.   Technical assistance is available to housing providers through the Health Promotion Council and other…

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