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Code Blue and COVID-19

– “Neither snow, nor rain, nor heat, nor gloom of night stays…”     -“Motto”, United States Postal Service While COVID-19 cases might be rising across the country, one thing that is not spiking these days are the temperatures. As our community…


Past Learnings Inspire Hammonton’s 2020 Work

– The Hammonton Health Coalition (HHC) began the year by reflecting on the knowledge we gained in 2019. Individuals from 10 stakeholder organizations and our Community Connectors shared their perspectives on our goal to build a culture of inclusion in Hammonton. Many resonated…


Making Connections for a Healthier Hammonton

– This summer, we had our Connectors’ meeting at a local Mexican eatery, where we shared information about the connectors’ roles, the intent of our project and identified bilingual leaders in the Latinx community that were ready to take on this…


Hammonton Health Coalition Brings a Community Together

– The Hammonton Health Coalition is dedicated to fostering a culture of inclusion by creating sustainable policies and systems that mobilize community assets to promote inclusion, and create positive experiences and supportive relationships for all Hammonton residents. One of our initial…


Working with Children: The Importance of Understanding Trauma

– Care AC was happy to partner with AtlantiCare Healthy Schools, Healthy Children as they hosted the “Working with Children: The Importance of Understanding Trauma” workshop – a forum for educators on understanding and addressing childhood trauma. The turnout was fantastic…


Food Access: a Catalyst for Change

– Stemming from a Care AC mini-grant, the Community FoodBank of New Jersey Southern Branch teamed up with AtlantiCare to open the Pantry at the Plex in Atlantic City.  This food pantry is hosted and overseen by AtlantiCare Health Engagement at…


Nourishing the Atlantic City Community

– In January, Care AC continued its efforts to connect community partners and work in collaboration to make a healthier Atlantic City. Choosing Healthy at the Corner Store Care AC, along with partners the AtlantiCare Foundation, Rutgers SNAP-Ed, Cumberland Cape Atlantic YMCA, and Jewish Family Service…


“Nourishing Communities – Ingredients for Success”

– Care AC started the conversation in Atlantic City with feeding programs to determine the needs of both residents and agencies. From this initial conversation, collaborations were formed. An early success of the group was the assembling of food agencies, including the Community Food Bank, local food…

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