New Jersey Health Initiatives - A Better State of Health
A Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Program
Implementing upstream approaches to build a healthier Camden
2018
New Jersey Conservation Foundation
Active
Implementing upstream approaches to build a healthier Camden
New Jersey Conservation Foundation
2018
Active
Grant Award Amount
$93,076

The New Jersey Conservation Foundation is leading this two-year project to advance community health by increasing the effective use of data tools and resources to guide action. Partnering with the 40-member Camden Collaborative Initiative (CCI), the Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers, the Parkside Business and Community Partnership, and the greater Camden community, the New Jersey Conservation Foundation is developing a customized module to make the NJ Conservation Blueprint, an online GIS mapping tool, a meaningful planning resource for Camden stakeholders. This Camden-specific module will help leaders throughout the city provide various layers of information in a visual and publicly accessible format. By the end of this project, the New Jersey Conservation Foundation and its partners will have created a tool for policy and systems changes that can build a healthier Camden.

Project
Camden-specific Module to the NJ Conservation Blueprint Online Mapping Tool
Topics
Grant Recipient
Contacts

Laura Szwak
Director of Outreach and Education
(908) 234-1225

Counties Served

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