More than 10.7 million low-income households in the United States lack access to quality internet service.
There's no better time for state and local governments to get serious about developing proactive approaches to keeping residents connected in the days, months and years following a natural disaster. Among the programs that should be advertised to
The support structures that assist low-income families cannot work unless those in need have functional means of communication.
This guidebook has a twofold purpose.
Sept 10-14 is National Telephone Discount Lifeline Awareness Week.
More than 4,300 Arkansas residents lose Medicaid under work requirements. The Digital Divide played a roll
Several thousand poor residents of Arkansas have been dropped from Medicaid because they failed to meet new requirements, the first Americans to lose the safety-net health insurance under rules compelling recipients to work or prepare for a job to
Based in Boston, the internet provider Starry has launched Starry Connect, an initiative that equips the common areas, computer rooms, and hallways of the Boston Housing Authority’s Ausonia Apartments
Baltimore public housing residents given tablets, internet connection under initiative to connect more online
The Housing Authority of Baltimore City gave away 500 tablets with two-year internet subscriptions to their tenants as part of an effort to confront the digital divide, the virtual disconnect from information and opportunities that disproportionat
Comcast has announced that its subsidized Internet program Internet Essentials has now been provided to six million low-income Americans, and that it will expand the program to nearly one million low-income military veterans.
The Federal Communications Commission is exploring the creation of an experimental “Connected Care Pilot Program” to support the delivery of advanced telehealth services to low-income Americans.