Chairman Scott, Senator Casey, and Congresswoman McMorris Rodgers Introduce Bipartisan Bill to Help Workers with Disabilities Transition to Competitive, Integrated Employment “Expanding competitive integrated employment results in higher wages and … [Read more...] about Transformation to Competitive Employment Act
With a temporary agreement reached to reopen shuttered parts of the government through February 15th, the House and Senate returned to work today to complete the unfinished Appropriations for FY 2019, including for programs of the Department of … [Read more...] about Action Alert: FY 2019 Nonprofit Security and Emergency Food & Shelter Programs
The Network of Jewish Human Service Agencies stands united in firm opposition of the recent US Department of Health and Human Services’ decision to grant a waiver authorizing a South Carolina social service agency to discriminate against prospective … [Read more...] about Statement in Opposition of HHS Waiver for South Carolina Agency
KAVOD, which gives emergency aid to Holocaust survivors, was featured on NPR's Here and Now on December 20th. Kavod's founders, John and Amy Israel Pregulman have made it their mission to photograph as many Holocaust survivors as possible, before … [Read more...] about A Picture Of Every Holocaust Survivor In The U.S.
Deborah Lipstadt, American historian and professor, best known as author of the books Denying the Holocaust, History on Trial: My Day in Court with a Holocaust Denier and The Eichmann Trial, will close the Network's second annual … [Read more...] about Deborah Lipstadt to Present at Network Annual Conference
Please find the Public Charge comment letter the Network submitted on Friday, December 7th, to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), which has jurisdiction over this matter. This issue has been a major concern for the Network and many of our … [Read more...] about NJHSA Submits its Public Charge Comment Letter