Blog Posts - Group Homes



Shelters for Pregnant Women

There’s no doubt that pregnant women and their unborn child are one of the members of the at-risk community in any country. This status holds true especially when the mother has low income, no spouse, and no housing. As you know, pregnant women...
by Start Grants on Feb 24, 2016

NJ Nursing Homes: New Law Monitoring Alzheimer’s Group Homes

Last week, Governor Christie signed a new law establishing more stringent oversight of alzheimer’s group homes.  Prior to this law, group homes were regulated by the Department of Affairs and there was very little oversight.  With this new la...

Better options for troubled teens

Psychologists are creating and implementing programs that curb problem behaviors among juvenile offenders. By Tori DeAngelis More than 1 million American youth end up in juvenile court every year, and about 160,000 of them are referred to residential...
by Horizon Family Solutions on Nov 9, 2015

Foster Care Grants for Homes

Getting foster care grants for homes in the United States is possible! As you may have expected, money is a big part of creating a group home for these foster children. That is why we are writing this post to help any organization or community out th...
by Start Grants on Jul 25, 2015

P134M in Pag-IBIG loans granted to VP Binay-linked developers –Trillanes

Senator Antonio Trillanes IV on Monday bared that  Home Development Mutual Fund (HDMF), more popularly known as Pag-IBIG Fund, granted developmental loans to four developers connected with Vice President Jejomar Binay.During the hearing of the Senat...
by Tech Pinoy on May 11, 2015

Caregivers Coaxed The Mentally Disabled Into Voting For Obama

I wish this was some kind of joke, but it’s not. It’s true, and it makes sense seeing that so many caregivers in group homes and nursing homes are union workers. Here’s one story of how they coaxed a mentally disabled man into votin...
by The Lonely Conservative on Nov 24, 2012


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