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The ESP Tribal Foundation, Trust provides and promotes the interests of knowledge, education and Jurist fairness for empowerment within facilities regions, districts of the Lenapehoking Territories in the Continent Northwest, Central, South Amexem, Africa and (America) for Indigenous Nations-States of the Moroccan,  American [Indians] and Americas States with agreements for [In]ternational association, assistance and operational performance for all the diversity of [in]digenous people, tribes of the American-Americas  States, Countries and Nations of our world; by organizing forums to the general public for the discussion of facts, options, procedure, solutions and subjects pertaining to the action of the laws and law reform; to promote and provide continuing proper legal education in technical fields of substantive law, political awareness in what affect the regions, districts, communities, families , and operation for equal opportunities for the nationals within their respected jurisdiction and venue; by informing its members and communities of interest about issues affecting their economic, spiritual, political life and liberty by law systems relating to the purposes of legal, economics, spiritual and political affairs.


"Deed Fraud"
This video examines the theft of property known as "deed fraud." Typically, the theft involves bogus deeds, stolen identities, forged signatures, dishonest or bogus notaries, and unwary renters and buyers. The thieves may be unscrupulous speculators who troll for vacant properties to steal via fraudulent deed transfers or family members who take advantage of unsuspecting relatives to cheat them out of their inheritances. This video highlights some of the ways in which municipal authorities are responding to deed fraud and offers suggestions that may assist rightful owners and prospective buyers and renters in protecting their interests.

Produced by the Visual Legal Advocacy Project of the Penn Program on Documentaries & the Law

ESP Tribal Foundation

Spiritual Counselor Hotline
1-800-484-6182, Press 899


Child Abuse: 
National Child Abuse Hotline
1-800-4-A-Child (455-4453)


Elder Abuse:
Eldercare Locator


Victims of Violence:
National Domestic Violence Hotline
1-800-799-Safe (7233)
TTY: 1-800-787-3244


Runaway/ Homeless Youth:
National Runaway Safeline
1-800-Runaway (786-2929)


Victims of Human Trafficking:
End Trafficking
Text “BeFree” (233733)


Suicide Prevention:
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
1-800-273-Talk (8255)


Veterans in Crisis:
Veterans Crisis Line
1-800-273-8255, Press 1


Emergencies with Food, Drugs, or Medical Devices:
Report a Problem > Emergencies
1-866-300-4374 or 301-796-8240

Pennsylvania Department
of Health Nursing Care
Facility Information

The Nursing Care Facility Information page displays a list of facilities that matched the search criteria entered previously on the Nursing Care Facility Locator page. The search criteria entered are summarized at the top of the page. In addition, pertinent ‘high level’ information about each facility is provided, as well as links to each facilities Survey Results and Additional Services. Facilities can be compared, in terms of deficiencies found during the Commonwealth’s Inspection process, by choosing either the ‘Compare Selected Facilities’ or ‘Compare All Facilities’ options.


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