New Jersey Health Initiatives - A Better State of Health
A Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Program
Forging bold, upstream, integrated, local and data-driven community health interventions in low-income neighborhoods
2017 Call for Applications– The BUILD Health Challenge
Preparing the next generation of civic and community leaders to build healthier communities
2017 Call for Proposals– NJHI: Next Generation Community Leaders
Empowering school nurses as community health leaders
Rutgers Center of Alcohol Studies
Collaborating with our community for long-term healthier living.
United Way of Salem County
Collaborating for long-term healthy living in Irvington.
Township of Irvington
Forging bold, upstream, integrated, local and data-driven community health interventions in low-income neighborhoods
2017 Call for Applications– The BUILD Health Challenge
New Jersey Health Initiatives is a national program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. NJHI is dedicated to supporting innovations and driving conversations to build healthier New Jersey communities.
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Shaping Elizabeth Community Health Initiative
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Building a Healthier Asbury Park
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Application deadline for NJHI: Next Generation Community Leaders is January 12, 2017. Click below for complete details and to apply. To register for an applicant webinar, click the "News & Events" tab above.
Respecting our 150+-year commitment to children, NJHI funding allowed us to re-imagine and re-position our organization as a statewide leader in strengthening families by strengthening fathers.
— Karen Andrade-Mims, Executive Director, UIH Family Partners, Trenton, NJ
The Trust for Public Land is honored to have NJHI as a partner as we help Camden and other cities become greener, healthier, and more sustainable.
— Anthony Cucchi, NJ State Director, Trust for Pubic Land, Camden, NJ
The NJHI grant we received provided the engine we needed to transform our practice and prepare our workforce for the future of primary care.
— Robin O. Winter, MD, MMM, Director, John F. Kennedy Family Medicine Center