Everyone has a story to tell. Telling your story sheds light on the power of your experience, builds community, and opens up dialogue around meaningful issues. The 11th Street Oral History Project is a workshop to create and share stories and add depth to stories with music, movement, and art. To register, email Jessica or call 215-769-1100
DBHIDS understands the challenges that much of our provider network faces throughout these unparalleled times. We would like to invite you to attend a virtual town hall to address concerns regarding the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. DBHIDS has partnered with the Philadelphia Department of Public Health to provide accurate, reliable information and respond to our provider network’s concerns. DBHIDS leadership and Health Commissioner Dr. Cheryl Bettigole will be available at 1 p.m. Jan. 21 to engage in meaningful dialogue about COVID-19 vaccines, testing, quarantine and isolation, and other concerns. The town hall will be open to participation for any employee of organizations within the DBHIDS network, including intellectual disability, mental health, substance use, and housing/homelessness services. You may submit questions or concerns ahead of time upon registration. We hope the town hall will offer support and comfort as we continue to navigate these challenging situations together.