Philadelphia, PA - When it comes to substance use disorders (SUD), two things are certain: 1) any treatment is better than no treatment, and 2) you can’t treat a dead person. Sadly, when a person isn’t ready for the currently available types of SUD treatment in this country, the conventional approach is to assume you have to wait until they are ready until they hit some sort of elusive “rock bottom” that wakes them up. But what if while you are waiting for them to “be ready," you lose the chance to help them forever?
Philadelphia, PA - Center City District (CCD) launched an expanded adaptation of last years homeless outreach effort which helped more than 130 individuals get off the street and link up with needed services and local shelters.
Philadelphia, PA - Bank and Bourbon hosted the 5th annual Bourbon Bash was held Monday night at the Loews Hotels’ beautiful Bank & Bourbon venue. Its crisp, modern atmosphere was quite a relaxing place to host such a great event.
Philadelphia, PA - Tracy Davidson, NBC 10 News Today anchor as well as 11-time Emmy Award-winning journalist, will be the recipient of the 2019 Women United Award at The United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey's (UWGPSNJ) yearly Women United Gala on March 27, 2019, at Philadelphia's Crystal Tea Room. The honor is awarded annually to a female leader in the community who has provided her time and talent in support of our regions United Way.
Philadelphia, PA - Uber drivers inside Philadelphia mybe joining up with six other major cities and going on strike. Vehicle operators for the ride-sharing business are preparing to protest next month for half a day around poor working issues as well as low pay.
Philadelphia, PA - The Delaware Valley Intelligence Center together with the Philadelphia Police Department is searching for multiple civilian Jr. Law Enforcement Analysts (entry-level). They will be taking applications between 3/25 to 4/5.
Philadelphia, PA - Road closures, parking restrictions and details for the St. Patrick’s Day Parade were announced today by the City. The parade, organized by the Philadelphia St. Patrick’s Day Observance Association, will take place Sunday, March 10, beginning at 11:15 a.m.