Neighborhoods That Thrive: Creating Safe and Healthy Communities – Feb 21
February 21, 2020, 8-10 AM – Join us in discussing how businesses can help improve health and safety in our Philadelphia neighborhoods.
Various social factors determine a neighborhood’s health, including crime, life expectancy disparities, and substance use disorder. If Philadelphia is going to reduce its poverty rate — the highest among the nation’s big cities — it needs to address these issues. On February 21st, the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia will be hosting our next Roadmap for Growth issue forum, Neighborhoods That Thrive: Creating Safe and Healthy Communities. This forum will take a deep dive into how local businesses and organizations are addressing social determinants of community health and what more can be done to improve safety and health in our city’s neighborhoods.
Ronald McDonald House – Chestnut Street House
3925 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Speakers (to date):
- Dr. Elizabeth Datner, Chair, Emergency Department, Einstein Healthcare Network
- Abraham Gutman, Opinion & Editorial Writer, Philadelphia Inquirer
- Rep Jordan A. Harris, 186th – District, PA House of Representatives
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