Earlier this year, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) rescinded the “public charge” rule implemented in 2019. This means that receiving or applying for most Medicaid benefits, public housing, or nutrition assistance are no longer grounds for … [Read more...] about Input needed: New “Public Charge” Rule
The Child Tax Credit is designed to help families make ends meet, however millions of families who make too little or do not traditionally file taxes may not be aware of these important monthly payments. Please spread the word about this … [Read more...] about Help U.S. Families Receive the Advance Child Tax Credit Next Round of Payments this Friday!
The Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany, Inc. (Claims Conference) has joined the Network of Jewish Human Service Agencies (NJHSA) as an Affiliate Member. In joining NJHSA, The Claims Conference will become an active participating … [Read more...] about The Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany, Inc. Joins the Network of Jewish Human Service Agencies
April 21, 2021 – Yesterday’s verdict to convict Derek Chauvin, the police officer who killed George Floyd last year, is one step toward accountability and healing. This conviction will not bring George Floyd back to his family or community, nor does … [Read more...] about NJHSA Statement in Response to the Verdict to Convict Derek Chauvin
Yesterday, FEMA rolled out one of two upcoming program funding opportunities. The first is relative to responding to the humanitarian border crisis along southern border states. The second, to follow, will support the continuing economic fallout of … [Read more...] about FEMA Grants for US Agencies Supporting Migrants – Funding Applications Opening this Week
Last Friday, the Biden administration signed a memo keeping the U.S.’s refugee admissions cap at its all-time low level of 15,000. The outrage from advocates like you was strong and swift, and the White House felt the pressure. By Friday evening, … [Read more...] about Refugees Lives are at Stake