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DHS News May 2009
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Summer Youth Employment Program announces 600 summer ‘green’ jobs for County youth
Allegheny County Summer Youth Employment Program, overseen by the DHS Office of Community Services, Bureau of Employment and Training, announced 600 summer jobs for youth in the County thanks to a $1.87 million grant from the Workforce Investment Act (WIA).
Outstanding Foster Parents of the Year honored for dedication to needs of children, families
For the past nine years, in recognition of May as National Foster Parent Month, DHS has hosted an appreciation dinner to honor foster parents associated with the DHS Office of Children, Youth and Families.
e-vice: Follow DHS on Facebook and Twitter
DHS has officially entered the world of Facebook and Twitter, allowing anyone to keep up to date on DHS news as it’s posted.
DHS hosts inaugural Senior Celebration in the Park
More than 2,500 older adults were on hand to celebrate Older Americans Month at the inaugural “Senior Celebration in the Park” held from on May 21 at the South Park Fairgrounds.
DHS hosts two day conference for returning services men and women
The DHS Office of Behavioral Health (OBH) and Allegheny County Veterans’ Services hosted a two-day event to address the needs of military veterans and their families at the John Jay Center at Robert Morris University in Moon Township.
DHS, JPO seek opinions on new children’s service plan, budget
DHS and the Juvenile Probation Office (JPO) are preparing the drafts of the 2010-2011 Integrated Children’s Services Plan (ICSP) and the Needs Based Plan and Budget (NBPB) using a survey tool that can be completed online or in hard copy.
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