Alumni

Welcome former PIHN families!

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Please visit this page often & check out the various resources we have listed for a multitude of issues you may need assistance with. We encourage you to reach out for more info!


Wellness

Looking for peace of mind? – Click Here

Single Parenting

Pregnant and in college? – Click Here
Single parent buying a home? – Click Here
Breaking the divorce news to your kids? – Click Here  or Click Here
Are you a single father fighting an addiction? – Click Here
How to financially handle a divorce. – Click Here
Need help collecting Child Support? – Click Here

Education

The Debt-Free College Degree – Click Here
Cost Difference Between Online Classes and Campus Learning – Click Here

Budgeting 101: The Ultimate College Cost Calculator – Click Here
College Savings Guidebook – Click Here
Money Saving Hacks for College Students – Click Here

Children & Youth

The Debt-Free College Degree – Click Here
A teen’s guide to divorce - Click Here
101 Free things to do – Click Here

Local family resourcesClick Here
Breaking Bread on Broad (Summer)Click Here

Utility Programs

Low Income Home Energy Assistance Programs (LIHEAP) - Click Here
Utility Emergency Services Fund (UESF) - Click Here
PECO FREE In-home Energy Checkup - Click Here

Water Revenue Dept Tiered Assistance Program (TAP) - Click Here
Energy Unit of Community Legal Services - Click Here
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Access to Social Services (COMPASS) - Click Here
Energy Coordinating Agency (ECA) - Click Here
Neighborhood Energy Centers (NEC) - Click Here
Energy Saving Ideas - Click Here

 

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The programs and materials available through this site are designed to help you experience mindfulness more consistently in life, work and relationship. A live, in-person Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) class is the best way to learn mindfulness. The next local MBSR class is scheduled to begin March 11, in Moscow, Idaho. To find live, in-person MBSR offerings in your area, try a web search such as “MBSR Minneapolis” or “MBSR London”.

If it’s not possible for you to take an in-person class, the Online MBSR course on this site is 100% free. It follows the same course curriculum and uses all the same resources that are used in the in-person course.


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Free and very low cost cultural programs for kids in Philly? Yes. On the www.cap4kids.org/philadelphia website under the After School Program  parent handout (click here) , you will find info on Art Reach which offers $2 admissions to many museums in Philly including teh Please Touch Museum  for any family with a ACESS/EBT card.
Also, you will find info on the STAMP program that offers free museum/zoo admissions for high school students.
Check these out and spread the word!
Also, please remember that you can find any resource using the Google search bar at the top left of the site, and translate all content on Cap4Kids using the Translate button in the bottom left of each page.
Lastly, please have colleagues/friends/family sign up for Cap4Kids emails here.
Happy 2015!

Websites of Interest for You and Your Family:


Web Series:
Diary of a Single Mom is a web based original series that chronicles the lives and challenges of three single mothers and their families trying to get ahead despite obstacles that all single mothers face, such as childcare, healthcare, education and finances. The series is produced and directed by award-winning filmmaker Robert Townsend, renowned for such films as Hollywood Shuffle and Meteor Man and written by award-winning playwright and screenwriter Cheryl L. West.
Diary of a Single Mom stars Monica Calhoun (The Best Man) as Ocean Jackson, a single mother of two striving to keep her family afloat while working to fulfill her own ambitions of finishing her GED, going to college and opening her own business. Along her journey, she befriends and joins forces with two other single moms, Lupe (Valery Ortiz – The N’s “South of Nowhere”), a mother juggling different fathers for each of her two children while facing health concerns that will change her life and Peggy (Janice Lynde – “Letters to Dad”), a once married, wealthy 50-something who suddenly finds herself widowed, broke and guardian to her only grandchild. Together, the three women search for support and faith as they strive to triumph over the challenges of everyday life.

To see the series, click here.