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April 2016

Monthly Archive (Community-Based Programs)

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By Vanessa Barrington Bill, a 67 year old Oakland, CA resident, waited three years for his home, a very small cinderblock studio in a Supportive Housing complex across the street from St. Mary’s Senior Center. Even though there’s barely room for a bed and a couple of plants, and... Read More
By Amber Cutler The issue of senior poverty was in focus at this year’s Aging in America Conference, and with good reason. Over six million seniors live in poverty in the United States and that number is rapidly increasing as thousands of baby boomers turn 65 every day. We at Justice in... Read More
By Robert Greenwood and Samuel Kunjukunju Americans older than age 65 who live in rural areas and need long-term services and supports find it tougher than urban dwellers to age in place. Often, this cohort’s younger family members have relocated to cities to find employment. This leaves... Read More

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