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This was originally published by Einstein Healthcare Network . All images in slide show were taken by  Wesley Hilton, Einstein Healthcare Network.

For Immediate Release 

 

From: The Inquirer

His back hurts when he walks because of damaged disks. He has arthritis and takes medication daily for high blood pressure.

“My health is bad,” said Joseph Tippings, a homeless Philadelphian who is grateful for respites from the street.

 

The Stephen Klein Wellness Center is now offering medication-assisted treatment for opioid dependence and we are currently enrolling patients for Suboxone and Vivitrol.

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Kristal Campbell, the front desk receptionist at our Stephen Klein Wellness Center, is a busy woman.  She handles the countless visitors and manages much of the happenings in the bustling lobby.  As the Center has gotten busier in recent months (in part due to expanded services), and with some staff shortages, Kristal has ramped up her efforts in dealing with the work load and responsibilities.  She has done so admirably, holding things together at the front desk through thick and thin.  And she does it with a great sense of humor and an unflagging

The Project HOME Community is committed to the health of all our community members -- and the health of the planet.  So we are excited to announce a new Indego bike share location at our Stephen Klein Wellness Center.  On April 28 the site became fully operational along 22nd Street. If you are not familiar with Indego, it is Philadelphia’s bike share program where bicycles are available on a first-come, first-served basis at stations around the city. To check out a bike, you can purchase a bike pass or simply purchase a one-time trip at the station’s kiosk.

 

From CBS Philly

A pharmacy opened Saturday at Project Home‘s Stephen Klein Wellness Center at 21st Street and Cecil B. Moore Avenue in North Philadelphia.

It’s thanks to $250-thousand grant from a charitable foundation established by a locally based pharmaceutical wholesaler.

[NEWS] AmerisourceBergen gives Philly Project HOME $250,000 for pharmacy at North Philadelphia clinic

From the Philadelphia Inquirer

Under chief executive Steve Collis, AmerisourceBergen has tried to broaden its business beyond that of an anonymous-but-huge pharmaceutical wholesaler. That manifested itself in a $250,000 donation to build a pharmacy that opens Saturday at Project HOME's Stephen Klein Wellness Center in North Philadelphia.

This story originally appeared in our spring edition of News from HOME.

Project HOME’s vision has never simply been about housing. It has been about healing. All of our work—housing, advocacy for those on the margins, the building of community, the restoration of neighborhoods, and our work on education, recovery, and the arts—has been toward a vision of wholeness in an unwell society.

A New Place to Call Home

From the Huffington Post

It was 12 years ago when D.W. Wilkins first moved from New York City to Philadelphia.

Upon his arrival, he had been living without medical insurance and other safeguards until learning about the services being offered at St. Elizabeth, a health care and recovery initiative of the Philadelphia nonprofit Project HOME.

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