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    Programs that provide information and/or services that deal with the topic of poverty.

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    Blueprints - Getting AheadThis 16-week class series helps clients understand their personal situation in poverty as they develop a future goal plan.WashingtonFamily Economic SuccessBlueprints
    Poverty to PossibilityIniatives that focus on making lasting change by reducing poverty among children and their families in our community by addressing issues of education, financial stability and health. Educational investments are opportunities that provide children and youth with quality learning and skill development. Investments in financial stability are programs that help families and individuals achieve greater self-sufficiency. Health investments aim to remove health barriers preventing area residents from achieving education and employment success.LuzerneUnited Way of Wyoming ValleyUnited Way of Wyoming Valley

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