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Will Phillips

Associate Director

The Generations Project

HQ Phone:  (317) 441-3812

Email: w***@***.org

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The Generations Project

One North Capitol Avenue Suite 1025

Indianapolis, Indiana,46204

United States

Company Description

The Generations Project was established in 2001 to call attention to the dilemma facing Hoosiers with long term health care needs. A collaborative effort of leading consumer based organizations, The Project seeks to educate citizens, advocates, and policy make... more

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Background Information

Employment History

State Director

AARP


Canvass Director

Citizens Action Coalition


Web References(57 Total References)


The Generation Project - Helping Hoosiers

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CAC members interested in the project and in obtaining literature from it should contact Will Phillips, the associate director, at 317.423.7102 or at wphillips@generationsproject.org.


The Generation Project - Helping Hoosiers

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"The numbers speak for themselves," indicates Will Phillips, an associate with The Generations Project, "27,000 people are on waiting lists for publicly funded home and community based care and Indiana's response has been to spend nearly 83% of its long term care budget on care in institutions.


The Generation Project - Helping Hoosiers

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Will Phillip is a consultant to The Generations Project.During his time at CAC, Will directed grassroots, political canvasses for four years in three Indiana cities.Beginning in September of 2002, he began as an associate with The Generations Project and took on a variety of tasks including project administration and communications.Will is now employed full-time with AARP Georgia, where he serves as Associate State Director for Advocacy.Will may be reached via Email.


The Generation Project - Helping Hoosiers

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Will Phillips is a consultant to The Generations Project.Mr. Phillips earned a B.A. in Political Science from Butler University in 1996 and upon graduation began working for the Citizens Action Coalition of Indiana (CAC).During his time at CAC, Will directed grassroots, political canvasses for four years in three Indiana cities.Beginning in September of 2002, he began as an associate with The Generations Project and took on a variety of tasks including project administration and communications.Will is now employed full-time with AARP Georgia, where he serves as Associate State Director for Advocacy.Will may be reached via email.


The Generation Project - Helping Hoosiers

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CONTACT: Will Phillips, Assistant Director, 317-423-7108Will Phillips concluded: "The Moving Forward study shows us the state's Medicaid funding crisis can be resolved through positive measures.The report's design and production editor was William L. Phillips, assistant director of The Generations Project. The organizations that are members of the project are: AARP Indiana, CICOA Aging and In-Home Services, Citizens Action Coalition Education Fund, Alzheimer's Association, Indiana Association of Area Agencies on Aging, Indiana Alliance for Retired Americans, Indiana Minority Health Coalition, Mental Health Association in Indiana, Council of Volunteer Organizations for Hoosiers with Disabilities, The ARC of Indiana, and United Senior Action of Indiana. The Generations Project is underwritten as a whole by The Health Foundation of Greater Indianapolis and the Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust. For Immediate Release CONTACT: Will Phillips, Assistant Director, 317-423-7108CONTACT: Will Phillips, 317-423-7108CONTACT: Will Phillips, 317-423-7108CONTACT: Will Phillips, 317-423-7108Will Phillips, 317-423-7108 The Generations Project CONTACT: William Phillips The Generations Project CONTACT: William Phillips The Generations Project CONTACT: William Phillips The Generations Project We'll have Will Phillips from The Generations Project here on Thursday to talk about the things that Indiana can be doing to solve its long term care crisis," Scott added.Something must be done, according to Will Phillips, Program Associate for The Generations Project, Indianapolis."An outdated formula for providing long term care to Hoosiers, coupled with an aging population, has left Indiana facing serious problems in caring for its citizens," Phillips said.Indiana's approach--a business as usual approach to long term care--will only continue to provide the usual results for consumers and taxpayers; a system of care that is the most expensive and the least desirable."Phillips' visit will be the first of many visits to communities across the state on behalf of The Generations Project, an Indianapolis based coalition of advocacy groups."Made up of organizations including AARP, the Citizens Action Coalition of Indiana, and the Indiana State Council of Senior Citizens, The Generation Project hopes to alert Hoosiers to the fact that home and community-based care is not just the preferred care-but also the cheapest care for taxpayers.Most importantly, we hope that folks around the state will demand change," said Phillips.For more information regarding The Generations Project and long-term care issues, contact Will Phillips by email at wphillips@generationsproject.org or by phone at 317-423-7108.CONTACT: William PhillipsThe Generations Project


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