1. The Weekly Exchange: Session 1

    The people we work with are in vulnerable positions. As helpers and care-givers, we are affected too so we need to take care of ourselves so we can best support our participants.

  2. Crisis Resources: Family

    Resources, tips, and other information in Massachusetts related to the current crisis, categorized by the five pillars of our Bridge to Self-Sufficiency®. This post covers the Family sub-pillar under Family Stability.

  3. Crisis Resources: Housing

    Resources, tips, and other information in Massachusetts related to the current crisis, categorized by the five pillars of our Bridge to Self-Sufficiency®. This post covers the Housing sub-pillar under Family Stability.

  4. Whittier Choice: Where We Are Today

    In Part 1, we overviewed the Whittier Choice project – a five-year plan to transform a Boston neighborhood and build new housing. This post reviews where the project stands today as residents move back to the area.

  5. Redevelopment in Roxbury: An Overview of the Whittier Choice Project

    A section of Boston’s Roxbury neighborhood is being completely transformed, and EMPath is providing its economic mobility coaching to residents during this process. This blog post, the first in our March series, provides an overview of the project.

  6. 2020 Census: What You Need to Know

    Responding to the Census is easy and confidential. It's also critical — Census data determines federal and state funding for many programs and services including SNAP, Section 8 Housing, Title I Grants, health clinics, fire departments, roads and highways, and more.

  7. Cash grants haven't increased significantly in nearly 30 years. Massachusetts needs to catch up.

    The cost of living has risen exponentially over the past few decades, and MA is now one of the most expensive states to live in the country. But cash grants haven’t kept up. It's time for that to change.

  8. What You Need To Know About the MA State Budget

    Governor Charlie Baker released his proposed state budget for FY21 in January. Here’s what it means.

  9. New Program Brings Economic Mobility Coaching to Young Parents

    The program, a partnership with Brigham & Women’s Hospital, provides parents ages 18-25 with one-on-one mentoring to set and achieve goals across all areas of life.

  10. 9 Reasons to Give to EMPath this Holiday Season

    Choosing which nonprofits to donate to during the holiday season can be difficult. Here's why EMPath should be on your list.