2 edition of Health, welfare, and social organization in Chinatown, New York City found in the catalog.
Health, welfare, and social organization in Chinatown, New York City
Stuart H. Cattell
|Statement||by Stuart H. Cattell.|
|Contributions||Community Service Society of New York. Dept. of Public Affairs.|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 88/07011 (H)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||142 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||142|
|LC Control Number||88899920|
Chinatown, N.Y. Labor and Politics, by Peter Kwong New Press. revised , pp. "First published in , Chinatown, N.Y. is the groundbreaking and engrossing history of the rise and fall of labor movements in one of America's most storied urban communities. Now with an expansive new introduction and epilogue bringing the story of New York's Chinatown up to the present day. COMMUNITY HEALTH PROFILES LOWER EAST SIDE AND CHINATOWN 3 MARY T. BASSETT, MD, MPH New York City is a city of neighborhoods. Their diversity, rich history and people are what make this city so special. But longstanding and rising income inequality, combined with a history of racial residential segregation, has led to startling health.
Baker, Josephine S. Josephine Baker ( – ) — Public health pioneer, administrator and advocate for the poor and sick in New York City Birth Control Wins Two events which occurred at the end of may signify a turning-point in the birth-control movement in America. Understanding the social value of the arts has been the goal of the Culture and Social Wellbeing in New. York City project undertaken by the University of Pennsylvania’s Social Impact of the Arts Project (SIAP), in collaboration with Reinvestment Fund, a community development financial institution. Our starting point: cultural engagement,File Size: 3MB.
Whereas a few Chinatowns, notably the ones in Manhattan and Chicago, have been experiencing population growth and urban renewal, many others (such as San Francisco, Houston and Vancouver) have been facing urban decay over the years. Social ills such as homelessness and drug-related problems occur with some Chinatowns in urban areas. Many vagrants – often non-Chinese [citation . The New York City Community Health Profiles capture the health of 59 community districts across the city. The most comprehensive reports of neighborhood health ever produced, they look beyond traditional health measures to define a broader picture of neighborhood health including conditions such as housing quality, air pollution, and types of food : Jane Cramer.
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Health, welfare, and social organization in Chinatown, New York City: a report prepared for the Chinatown public health nursing demonstration of the Department of Public Affairs, Community Service Society of New York. "Overall, this book is worth reading and is recommended for scholars and students who want to learn more about the changing social life and policy responses, and particularly the changing dynamics of social organizations and the state in China." - The China Reviews, Vol.
10, No. 1 (Spring )Format: Hardcover. The first permanent Board of Health in the United States was created in response to a cholera outbreak in New York City in By the mid-twentieth century, thanks to landmark achievements in vaccinations, medical data collection, and community health, the NYC Department of Health had become the nation's gold standard for public by: 6.
Shortly after the dawn of the twentieth century, the New York City Department of Health decided to address what it perceived as the racial nature of health. It delivered heavily racialized care in different neighborhoods throughout the city: syphillis treatment among African Americans, tuberculosis for Italian Americans, and so on.
Directory of Social and Health Agencies of New York City, Volume Contributors: Welfare Council of New York City, Community Council of Greater New York, Charity Organization Society of the City of New York: Publisher: Columbia University Press, Original from: University of Minnesota: Digitized: Export Citation: BiBTeX.
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CHINATOWN NEW YORK CITY F A C T S H E E T Size and Location: Chinatown New York City is the biggest in the United States, with the largest concentration of Chinese in the Western Hemisphere. It is located on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. With an area covering two square miles, Chinatown is home to a residentFile Size: 42KB.
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Home to a dense population of Asian immigrants, Manhattan’s Chinatown is one of NYC's most evocative neighborhoods.
Walking its busy, narrow streets reveals surprise after surprise: Chatham Square’s statue of Lin Zexu, a Qing dynasty official who led the fight against Britain’s illegal importation of opium; the odd pagoda-style roof and Buddhist temple; and atmospheric Doyers Street.
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SinceHing Lin (Helen) Sit, LCSW, has managed VNSNY’s Chinatown Neighborhood Naturally Occurring Retirement Community (NNORC).
The program, based in VNSNY’s Chinatown Community Center at 7 Mott Street, provides health, social, educational, and recreational services to seniors in a block area of Chinatown in Lower Manhattan, to help them age in place successfully.
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Greater Chinatown Community Association (GCCA) betters the well-being of the Chinatown community within New York City through unique, individualized program services.
GCCA believes that those living within Chinatown should have access to care in the areas of: adult education, medicine/health, recreation/culture, and consultation/aid.
Welfare reform was a spectacular success in New York under Mayor Rudolph Giuliani, and surprising because of the city's history of liberal social programs and its huge, entrenched welfare system. The city reduced the number of people on welfare dramatically from 1, toVisiting Nurse Service of New York (VNS) – Chinatown Neighborhood Naturally Occurring Retirement Community (N-NORC) Promotes health awareness and disease prevention; provides referrals for health and social services in the Chinese community; hosts educational seminars on relevant topics in health 7 Mott Street, RoomNew York, NY The Place Of Social Work In Public Health.
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The Charles B. Wang Community Health Center, then known as the Chinatown Health Clinic, was staffed by volunteer doctors, nurses, social workers, and students who all. Low-Income Populations In New York City: Economic Trends and Social Welfare ProgramsUnited Way of New York City, AprilTable 5.
6. Id. 7. The Green Book, Committee on Ways and Means U.S. House of Representatives, WMCP, includes a whole new section, Appendix L, just summarizing the major new welfare reform monitoring efforts.() 59 Mott St New York, NY /58 Yelp reviews.China - China - Health and welfare: The Chinese government faces a mammoth task in trying to provide medical and welfare services adequate to meet the basic needs of the immense number of citizens spread over a vast area.
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