More than one in four Americans had trouble paying a medical bill and more than half the people who experienced medical bankruptcy stated it was due to hospital bills. At this program, we will explore answers to questions regarding debt collection, patient experiences, the disparate impacts of sex, race, ethnicity, and geography on collections, and promising approaches to aiding those with medical debt.
All funders interested in housing stability and homelessness are welcome to attend the quarterly meetings of Funders Together to End Homelessness – Baltimore.
The purpose of this group is to:
Maternal and child health outcomes are determined by a complex series of social and environmental factors. As well, disparities in maternal and child health outcomes exist along racial and socioeconomic lines.
Join the Affinity Group on Aging as we present another program in our Innovative Aging series.
Maryland Philanthropy Network’s Basic Human Needs and Workforce Development Affinity Groups invite you to a conversation about the next steps regarding employment and income strategies (the Journey to Jobs project); a summary of the resource development fiscal scan to which Maryland Philanthropy Network members contributed data as well as the plan that came out of it; and the status of shelter beds available to families.
At this program we’ll hear from experts about the wide-range of issues faced by people with disabilities in Maryland, services available, as well as gaps in services, and explore possibilities related to disability inclusive philanthropy.
The Basic Human Needs Affinity Group seeks to raise awareness about critical human service needs, to share information about new and current strategies to keep vulnerable residents from falling into crisis, and to foster the coordination of servic