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Use the links below to download any of these helpful resource guides or contact any one of my offices for a printed guide.
- PA Grant & Resource Directory
- 8th District Youth & Teen Resource Booklet
- Senior Handbook
- 2016 Calendar
- 2017 Calendar
Download guides to public safety resources prepared in partnership with the Philadelphia Police Districts within the 8th Senatorial District
- 1st Police District Community Resource Guide
- 12th Police District Community Resource Guide
- 17th Police District Community Resource Guide
- 18th Police District Community Resource Guide
Violence Reduction Initiative 2013
Local resources for grandparents and other kinship caregivers who are raising children. Download Helping Hand Kinship Care Conference guides.
- What Is Kinship Care?
- What Is Kinship Care? (Spanish)
- Kinship Care Local Resource Guide 2016
- Kinship Care Conference Flyer 2015
- Kinship Care Local Resource Guide 2013 (Spanish)
- Kinship Care Conference Program 2015
The Pennsylvania Bar Association has issued a newly revised publication, “A Guide to Legal Issues for Pennsylvania Senior Citizens,” which includes important updates on Medicare, Social Security, end of life issues, senior housing and health care options and long term care insurance.
Local resources for military veterans and their families.
- Resource Guide for Veterans and Their Families
- Read an article containing important information about special benefits for atomic veterans exposed to radiation.
- Department of Behavioral Health and Disability Services: The Network of Care for Service Members, Veterans & Their Families is a one-stop-shop for virtually all services, information, support, advocacy, and much more. This public service is an attempt to bring together critical information for all components of the veterans’ community, including veterans, family members, active-duty personnel, reservists, members of the National Guard, employers, service providers, and the community at large.
You Can Vote! Voting Rights For Ex-Offenders & Those Awaiting Trial
Under Pennsylvania law, felons who have been released from prison, or who will be freed by the time of the election, are eligible to vote. This is true even for those on probation or parole. Only those felons who are incarcerated are not allowed to vote. Voting rights are automatically restored upon release from prison.
Voter Education Resource Guide
The Affordable Care Act
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