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Public Partnerships (PPL), CARE team up for $500,000 donation to frontline coronavirus workers in N.J.

Frontline in-home workers who provide care and assistance for some of New Jersey’s most vulnerable residents, the elderly, the developmentally disabled and military veterans will receive a special “thank you” gift to provide some relief from the stresses of the COVID-19 pandemic.

18. May 2020
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    Using Data to Select the Right Evidence-Based Practices (EBPs)

    The Family First Prevention Services Act (FFPSA) includes expanded federal funding for evidence-based  prevention services through Title IV-E for: Mental health prevention and treatment, Substance use disorder prevention and treatment provided by a qualified clinician, In-home parent skill-based programs, including parenting skills training, parent education, and individual or family counseling.

    • 12. May 2020
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    Vocational rehabilitation subject matter expert shares insight for HR professionals on the benefits of using employments specialists

    According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, only 30 percent of the 15.3 million Americans of working age (between ages 16 and 64) with disabilities participated in the workforce in 2018, compared with 74 percent of Americans without a disability. An Accenture analysis of the research suggests that shifting recruitment efforts to focus on disability inclusion would therefore provide companies with access to a new talent pool of more than 10.7 million people.

    • 18. November 2019
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    PCG’s President & CEO appointed to CARE USA Board of Directors

    Bill Mosakowski, the founder, president and chief executive of PCG, is among five new members who have been appointed to the USA Board of Directors for CARE, a leading humanitarian organization fighting global poverty. The new board members will each serve a three-year term from 2019-2022.

    • 3. October 2019