O'Pake Institute for Ethics, Leadership, and Public Service

Projects

Berks County Vital Signs 
Working with the Berks County Community Foundation and the Center for Opinion Research at Franklin and Marshall College, the O’Pake Institute released a report on key community issues in Berks County entitle Berks County Vital Signs 2014.  The report is available on the Berks County Community Foundation website:  http://issuu.com/alverniauniversity/docs/berksvitalsigns?e=5238587/6505989

Oakbrook Health Project 
Working with the Reading Housing Authority, the Berks Community Health Clinic, The Reading Health System and the St. Joseph’s Medical Center, in collaboration with the Division of Professional Programs, the O’Pake Institute is developing a study of health care access in two low income housing developments in Reading—Oakbrook and Glenside.  The study will identify patterns of health access, including use of emergency rooms for primary care, in these two developments in order to create a strategy to address the needs of these low-income minority communities. 

Civil Discourse Training 
Collaboratively with the National Institute for Civil Discourse at the University of Arizona and the Eastern Division of the Council of State Governments, the O’Pake Institute offered a training program in civil discourse for state legislators.  The Institute is currently exploring how to emply this training program in working with local government officials in Berks County.




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