RHD responds to Coronavirus pandemic, working to ensure services, safety, wellbeing of clients and staff

University of South Dakota studies RHD’s Shared Living model: Evolution of Adult Foster Care

CBS Philly profiles RHD’s Center for Creative Works earning spot in NY Outsider Art Fair

GRID Magazine features RHD’s One Step Away: ‘Heart and Home’

Michael Usino of RHD New Perspectives honored with Crisis Intervention Award

RHD joins behavioral health providers across PA to advocate for vital CCBHC services

Forbes Names RHD Best Mid-Size Employer!

RHD, the organization that promotes the ongoing development and overall well-being of its employees, was proud to be named one of America’s Best Mid-Sized Employers by Forbes. In the wake …

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Pocono 3C: Fresh start to get back on their feet

Check out RHD in the news! RHD Street2Feet Outreach Center was featured in a story that aired on WNEP-TV for their partnership with The Pocono Community Caring Company (Pocono 3C). …

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6abc highlights RHD’s Family Practice and Counseling Network

Family Practice and Counseling Network (FPCN), a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) in Philadelphia and a program of RHD, held a Grab-and-Go community event that was featured on 6abc. The …

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RHD Response to Racism

Resources for Human Development is outraged and deeply saddened by the violence committed against George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and countless other Black Americans at the hands of law …

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Together We’re Better: Welcome to RHD

We invite you to take a look at the values, the culture and the community that make up Resources for Human Development. See what’s made RHD a national leader in providing …

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Main Line Wine Gala 2021

RHD hosted the 8th Annual Main Line Wine Gala on Thursday, September 30th at the beautiful Appleford Estate in Villanova, PA.  Hosted by Fox29’s popular news personality, Jennaphr Frederick, the …

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New Start II – Giving Back Program

RHD’s New Start II resides in a residential community on the corner of Jackson and Wakeling Street, in the Frankford section of Philadelphia. The program is located near a bodega, …

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A Day in the Life of a DSP – Terrace McDuffie of New Options

In honor of Direct Service Professionals Week, we went to the source to find out what it’s really like to be a DSP.   Terrace “Terry” McDuffie loves his job. …

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Main Line Wine Gala on Thursday, September 30, 2021 at 6 PM

Resources for Human Development will host the Main Line Wine Gala on Thursday, September 30th at 6 PM. The Gala is receiving a fresh and COVID-friendly makeover for 2021. We …

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RHD COVID-19 Delta Variant Response and Overview

At RHD, it’s our top priority to ensure the health, safety, and overall well-being of our staff and those we serve. For the first time in more than a year, …

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Sharing Life on the Farm

Rosita Johnson and her husband Carl had never heard of Lifesharing until a caseworker suggested the program for Carla, their medically fragile daughter. Her health issues were so severe, one …

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CHOC Ambler Savings Bank Check

RHD’s Coordinated Homeless Outreach Center (CHOC) recently received a $5,000 matching grant from Ambler Savings Bank, bringing CHOC’s current fundraising total to $13,875. Funds raised will help support the organization’s …

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Café the Lodge Secretary of Labor Visit

Café the Lodge, a program of Resources for Human Development, hosted some VIPs recently— Secretary of Labor Marty Walsh and Congresswoman Susan Wild. The stop at Café the Lodge was …

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Helping the Homeless – One Backpack at a Time

Abington teenager donates backpacks full of essentials to help people experiencing homelessness With 60 backpacks waiting in her mother’s van, Alexa Rhodes greets Roslyn Robinson, of RHD Woodstock Family Center, …

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RHD’s IDEATE

George had a lot to say. When asked about how RHD’s IDEATE program helped him navigate technology during the pandemic, George explained, “I originally just had a computer and a …

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