A Seedco Strong Fathers, Stronger Families client recently won the New York City Employment and Training Coalition (NYCETC) 2014 Opportunity Award in the Program Participant category. The winner was Mr. Johnny Price, a client of Seedco’s Strong Fathers, Stronger Families – BronxWorks.
Seedco has launched it’s new EarnBenefits Online (EBO) website. The website has come at the perfect time as EBO expands in Georgia, Tennessee, Maryland and New York. The new EarnBenefits Online website features a new color scheme, larger photos and an easy-to-use navigation bar.
On September 8, 2014, Seedco was awarded a $3.6 million second year Navigator grant to continue providing consumer healthcare access to Georgia and Tennessee residents. In 2013, Seedco led networks of community-based organizations across both states conducting public education and providing in-person enrollment assistance to the uninsured. Seedco is pleased to be continuing this important [...]
A Strong Fathers, Stronger Families client was featured on the U.S Department of Health and Human Services’ Healthy Marriage and Responsible Fatherhood website. The success story describes the client’s journey from enrollment to employment and re-engagement with his family. According to the client, “I now have a relationship with my daughter that I never had [...]
Seedco was recently awarded a grant from the Community Service Society to provide services as part of the Community Health Advocates (CHA) program. Seedco will provide health care and health insurance post-enrollment assistance and education to individuals and small businesses.
Our Strong Fathers, Stronger Families Director, Noelle Van der Tuin, recently spoke at the Pathways to Graduation Support Staff Professional Development Workshop (District 79) in New York City. District 79 serves over 5000 students between the ages 17-22. This district works with a high proportion of students with disabilities, ESL students, the economically disadvantaged and [...]
Parents who participated in New York State’s Strengthening Families through Stronger Fathers Initiative experienced higher wages, higher rates of employment, and higher rates of child support payments than non-participants.