Study Shows Gaps in Supportive Housing Services; Identifies Key Opportunities to Strengthen Medicaid
PHAN along with our partners, The Housing Alliance of PA, the PA Health Law Project and Project HOME, launched the Housing as Health Coalition to unit
You might have noticed that the Pennsylvania Health Access Network recently added a new logo and tagline.While the fight for access to coverage is not
by Jessica Foster
by Emily Satifka
Many individuals experiencing homelessness were not eligible for Medicaid- or other health insurance alternatives- prior to Medicaid expansion under the Affordable Care Act.  Now that individuals experiencing homelessness are eligible for Medicaid, states and communities have a valuable resource to best serve the homeless community, and create supportive services ensuring better health and housing outcomes for this population.
By Emily A. Satifka
by Elizabeth Lurwick
by Laura Piontkowski
A never-ending wanderlust brought Jessy Foster from a rural town in Southeastern Indiana to the city life of Philly after moving around to complete her studies. She studied International Studies & Spanish at the University of Evansville, followed by grad work in Globalization & Development Studies at Maastricht University.