Public Health Solutions Opposes The Final Public Charge Rule

On Monday, August 12, the Department of Homeland Security finalized the “public charge” rule that would redefine the meaning of the term “public charge” by enabling the administration to reject immigrant visas (green card) or temporary visas for those who have accessed or are deemed likely to rely on certain forms of public assistance —…

Health Briefs | Perceptions of Tobacco-Free Outdoor Air at Workplaces

Public Health Solutions recently released volume 2 of our ongoing Health Brief series, that featured a new report that found that most New Yorkers, including a large number of smokers and e-cigarette users, favor New York City policies that prohibit smoking and vaping outside workplace entrances and on workplace grounds. Key findings from the report…

2019 Health Reimagined Gala Save The Date

Public Health Solutions Hosts 2019 Health Reimagined Gala

On June 18, Public Health Solutions hosted the 2019 Health Reimagined Gala, where we recognized the champions of public health over an evening of dinner, cocktails and conversation. With over 270 guests in attendance, we honored those who help us improve the future health of New York City’s most vulnerable communities.  Thank You to our Sponsors!

Statement from PHS President & CEO, Lisa M. David Opposing New Title X Final Rule

On Friday, the US Department of Health and Human Services posted an unofficial final rule that will restrict access for millions of people to the Title X Family Planning Program, the nation’s only program for affordable birth control and reproductive care. Title X centers see about 4 million patients annually, with an estimated 19 million…

Fight the Proposed Public Charge Rule – What You Can Do to Help Protect Immigrant Families

This year, Public Health Solutions has been actively involved in advocating against the White House Administration’s proposed Public Charge rule, which would make it extremely difficult for legal immigrants to get green cards, visas, or become permanent residents if they apply for certain federal assistance programs. We are partnering with groups including the NY Immigration…

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Public Health Solutions (PHS) is the largest public health nonprofit serving New York City. For over 60 years, PHS has improved health outcomes and helped families thrive by providing services directly to the city’s most vulnerable populations, publishing independent research that moves public health policy and practice forward, and supporting over 200 community-based organizations through our long-standing government partnerships. There are many ways to get involved and support our mission.

First Lady of New York City Chirlane McCray Inducted into Public Health Solutions’ Public Health Hall of Fame

First Lady of New York City Chirlane McCray Inducted into Public Health Solutions’ Public Health Hall of Fame

Public Health Solutions, the largest public health nonprofit serving New York City, inducted the First Lady of New York City, Chirlane McCray, into its Public Health Hall of Fame at its Health Reimagined 60th Anniversary Gala. The Hall of Fame honors extraordinary New Yorkers who have made an exceptional impact on the health of families and communities in New York City, and McCray is its first inductee.

Public Health Solutions’ Health Reimagined 60th Anniversary Gala

Public Health Solutions hosted its 60th Anniversary Gala at Tribeca Rooftop. More than 270 guests attended to commemorate our long history in supporting vulnerable New York City families in achieving optimal health, and paying tribute to our honoree and first inductee into our Public Health Hall of Fame.

Join us in Protecting the Health of Immigrant Children Entering the U.S.

As of today, more than 2,300 children are in detention centers after being separated from their families at the U.S. border.  Most of these children are under 13 years of age, and face significant short- and long-range developmental, mental and physical health issues related to these government actions.