Governor Wolf released the following statement on Senators Bob Casey and Joe Manchin’s focus today on how the Republican approach to cutting health care would worsen the opioid and heroin crisis.
Major Advocates Agree that the Unification of Health and Human Service Agencies is a Change for the Good.June 20, 2017
Major advocates for seniors, people with disabilities, and health and human services organizations agree that the unification of health agencies is a change for the good.
Major Senior, Health Advocates Endorse Governor Wolf’s Unified Department of Health and Human ServicesJune 19, 2017
Governor Wolf announced that a broad coalition of advocates for seniors, recovery, people with disabilities, and other health and human services populations is speaking out in support of the unification of the departments of Health, Human Services, Aging, and Drug and Alcohol Programs into one Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).
Governor Wolf joined his bipartisan colleagues from Ohio, Montana, Nevada, Colorado, Massachusetts and Louisiana to express concern over Washington’s approach on health care, particularly the prospect of deep cuts in federal funding to states for Medicaid.
Governor Wolf Addresses Elder Access to Justice Conference, Warns of the AHCA’s Damaging Effects on SeniorsJune 16, 2017
Governor Wolf offered remarks at the fifth annual Elder Access to Justice Roundtable Conference in Blue Bell, highlighting his administration’s efforts to protect seniors and focusing on the harmful effects of the American Health Care Act.