Search Search Search Topic Programs & Operations Managing People Resources Keeping Pets in Homes (-) Safety Net Equine Welfare Keeping Horses Safe Animal Health Animal Care Adoption & Placement Reaching & Supporting Adopters Active FiltersSafety Net Group 9 Clear All Business Models to Improve Access to Veterinary Care (AVC) Review The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine’s recent report on ways to make veterinary care affordable for clients and viable for veterinarians. New ASPCA Community Veterinary Center Brings Affordable Pet Care to Miami ASPCA has opened its latest Community Veterinary Care Center in Miami to help keep pets at home in underserved neighborhoods They Did It: Hired a Social Worker for Their Animal Shelter Gateway Pet Guardians hired a Community Support Manager to support the people and pets in their community ASPCA Commits $45M to Help Animal Cruelty Victims and Low-Income Pet Owners A $45M ASPCA initiative addresses some complex needs of animal cruelty victims and improves access to vital veterinary care for low-income owners. Support for Community Pet Owners Learn about financial support and grants directly available to pet owners affected by COVID-19. ASPCA Releases New Data about Pets in Poverty Due to COVID-19 Learn how new data from the ASPCA about pets in poverty due to COVID-19 is impacting the types of services animal welfare agencies are providing to the community. Join ASPCA Efforts to Keep People and Pets Together During Potential Housing Crisis Learn how you can join the ASPCA’s efforts to keep people and pets together amid a potential eviction crisis resulting from COVID-19 and get safety net resources for your community. ASPCA and HSUS Partner to Provide Pet Food to Remote Alaska Communities Read about a collaboration between the ASPCA and HSUS to provide pet food to pet owners living in remote areas of Alaska during the COVID-19 crisis. New ASPCA Survey: Vast Majority of Dogs and Cats Acquired During Pandemic Still in Their Homes As COVID-19 restrictions are lifted, 90% of dogs and 87% of cats are still in their homes.