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  • TED talks Equal Dollars

    07/30/2013 3:25:14 PM
    In a TED talk on alternative currencies, Paul Kemp-Robertson mentions RHD's Equal Dollars as one of the non-government currencies gaining consumer trust in this economy. Check out the whole thing here“Is there a reason for governments to be in charge of money?” asks Paul Kemp-Robertson in today’s talk. Judging by...
  • Ending homelessness in Memphis

    07/24/2013 12:46:57 PM
    No, no -- thank you, Community Alliance!Our supportive housing program in Memphis is S.T.A.Y., which stands for Supporting The Authentic You. We've partnered with the Community Alliance for the Homeless in Memphis since we founded STAY last year. STAY provides permanent supportive housing for individuals who have experienced chronic homelessness...
  • Equal Dollars in Forbes Magazine

    07/23/2013 10:04:58 AM
    RHD's Equal Dollars Community Currency is featured in Forbes Magazine. Check out how our Equal Dollars compares with other community currencies around the country:Read the story hereThe story is very well written by Kelly Phillips Erb, a terrific writer and reporter, and raises a number of questions about community...
  • Five ways to create a truly open work environment

    07/20/2013 11:23:00 AM
    By Theresa Jenkinson, Assistant Director, Corporate Operations and Abby Lang, RHD grants writer/developer     Who doesn’t like the sound of an “open office” environment? Most people would probably jump at the idea– at least in theory. But how do you put this into practice, exactly?   At Resources for Human Development, we value “openness” a...
  • 'I regained my self worth'

    07/19/2013 12:02:10 PM
    Reggie, at left, with Barbara Hammer of RHD's EnvironmentalDesign team, puts the finishing touches on his art projectMany RHD programs are seeing the benefits of RHD's Environmental Design, which creates unique and uniquely personal elements in a house that reflect the client living in it, designed to be not...
  • RHD e-news you can definitely use

    07/16/2013 9:58:12 AM
    Check out the July e-newsletter from RHD:This month, we're looking at the amazing work being done at RHD Nebraska, where clients are successfully transitioning to living in the community after leaving the Beatrice State Development Center, as well as celebrating RHD's Philly Youth Poetry Movement's national slam team competing...
  • 'Things Can Change'

    07/15/2013 11:40:43 AM
    RHD's One Step Away, Philadelphia's street newspaper produced and distributed by people experiencing homelessness, is a finalist for a 2013 International Street Newspaper Award, the third nomination for One Step Away since it was launched in 2010. Neal McLaurin was nominated in the Vendor Essay category, for his essay titled "Things Can Change."Neal wrote about...
  • Integrated care: Changing the game for health centers

    07/14/2013 11:06:00 AM
    By Laura Line, RHD Corporate Assistant DirectorWhen you go to your primary care provider these days you may notice some significant changes in your experience.  The last time you went to your provider did you:Get a printed summary of your visit?Get in more quickly if you were sick?Find your provider...
  • Why online training may not be right for your organization

    07/13/2013 11:04:00 AM
    By Sarah Mello, Training Coordinator at RHD With program budgets constantly being trimmed and fee-for-service payment systems driving decisions about how staff can spend their work hours, more and more human services programs are looking towards online and web-based training  to meet their training needs. Online training is cheap, staff can...
  • Child and Family Connections

    07/12/2013 9:58:59 AM
    RHD's Child and Family Connections is partnering with the Temple University Collaborative on Community Inclusion to offer a summer session of the "Parenting with a Mental Illness" Workshop on Temple's campus in Philadelphia. The workshop is free of charge for all participants, and teaches parents how to talk to their children...