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  • Community Nurses Helping Those in Need
    The AKH Foundation’s Community Nurse Program has helped more than 500 people since its beginning a few years ago.  The program’s two part-time nurses work approximately 10-hours each per week.  Unlike traditional nurses who provide direct treatment, the Foundation’s “Community Nurses” are tasked with providing advice to...
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  • Life Saving and Enhancing Grants
    The AKH Foundation continues its strong tradition of grant making to life saving and life enhancing projects throughout the Alle-Kiski Valley.  In the recent past, the Foundation provided grants to projects that benefitted nearly every corner of the region.   Perhaps the most far reaching project was the...
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  • AKH Foundation Grants Have High Impact
    The AKH Foundation is proud of the positive impact that it has had on the Alle-Kiski Valley by making grants to local organizations for life-saving and life-enhancing projects.  The Foundation continues to support organizations and projects that have a high impact in the community, an excellent track...
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3 months ago

Allegheny-Kiski Health Foundation

Thankful that so many people were able to attend tonight's special Opioid Crisis program in Natrona, presented by the Allegheny-Kiski Health Foundation. This is such a critical topic in our communities today and there simply cannot be enough attention focused on it. We're pleased to host events such as this in partnership with other organizations serving our community.

Youth in the Highlands School District soon will see the movie that was premiered at this event - and it is powerful. It is called Opioid Addiction: Confessions of Pain, Misery & Destruction.

There's a lot of "thank you's" to give here - Knights of Columbus Council 2602 for providing their building, the Health Foundation and its President, John Pastorek, our Building Block of Natrona volunteers; and especially the panelists that answered community questions afterward ...

- VonZell Wade, co-founder of Lost Dreams Awakening
- Ron Kunesky, a panelist and participant in the movie.
- Laurie Johnson-Wade, co-founder of Lost Dreams Awakening
- Chief Terry Kuhns, Frazer Township Police Department
- Daniel and Jeannie Sundo, panelists and participants in the movie
- Sgt. Mike Ropelewski, Harrison Township Police Department
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Call today to take advantage of these FREE Human Resources Seminars. Limited to the first 30 to register, 724-294-3157 or

Registrations are accepted for each presentation individually. Attendance at all seminars is not required.
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Aromatherapy is becoming more and more popular. Did you know that lavender can do a whole lot more than just help you relax? ... See MoreSee Less

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Upcoming Events

8:30 am Employment Law in the Workplace @ Allegheny-Kiski Health Foundation
Employment Law in the Workplace @ Allegheny-Kiski Health Foundation
May 23 @ 8:30 am – 11:30 am
Please join us for part-three of the three-part human resources series.  Annette Gold-Marney, You’re Hired, will discuss the federal, state, and local employment laws that impact your business; consequences of non-compliance; and the importance of and employee handbook.  Space is limited.  Please call today to ensure you