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The Pew Fund for Health and Human Services in Philadelphia offers operating and project-specific support to nonprofit organizations that assist adults in the region who face significant barriers to independence, including substance abuse, homelessness, or chronic mental and physical health problems.
Pew Fund supports services that help these adults obtain and maintain competitive employment, increase their access to and use of behavioral health services and increase their ability to become stable and fully functioning members of the community.
The Pew Fund for Health and Human Services in Philadelphia was created by Pew in 1991 to support nonprofits in Philadelphia and neighboring Bucks, Chester, Delaware and Montgomery counties.The 2013 grant application period for programs serving vulnerable adults is now closed. Grants will be awarded in March 2014. The next LOI announcement will be issued in summer 2016.
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