Governor Tom Wolf thanked Department of Health Secretary Karen Murphy for her work to battle the heroin and opioid epidemic, implement the medical marijuana program and transform rural healthcare while expertly overseeing a complex organization that led efforts to address all emergent public health issues facing Pennsylvania.
Wolf Administration’s Apprenticeship and Training Office Increasing Opportunities for Job Seekers and Employers in PennsylvaniaMay 22, 2017
The Wolf Administration announced that the Department of Labor & Industry’s Apprenticeship and Training Office (ATO) recently added seven new apprenticeship programs and two occupations to help both job seekers establish a career path and employers train the skilled workers they need.
This week, Governor Wolf toured several economic development projects in NW Philadelphia, discussed his White House letter on AHCA’s negative impact on the opioid epidemic, and announced the launch of a council that will work to implement re-integration programs for formerly incarcerated individuals.
Governor Tom Wolf joined Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney as the mayor announced the city’s Opioid Task Force Report, completed to provide a path forward on the ongoing battle of the heroin and opioid epidemic in Philadelphia and around the state.
Governor Wolf participated in a walking tour of economic development projects in the northwestern part of Philadelphia, including a senior living project.