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“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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Discussing Adverse Childhood Experiences in Cape May County

– The Cape Regional Wellness Alliance is working toward the goal of reducing the impact of adverse childhood experiences (ACES) in Cape May County, including the communities of Lower Township, Middle Township, Wildwood, and Woodbine. In the fall, the Alliance met…

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Wheels to Wellness – on the Road to a Culture of Health!

– One of the big challenges in building a Culture of Health is connecting with the vulnerable and underserved in our communities– those who potentially need information, resources, and services the most.  In Trenton, we are exploring numerous innovative and collaborative…

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Hunterdon Kicks Butts!

– In 2017, are you designing new ways to motivate culture change?  Don’t overlook the power of a friendly, well designed competition to facilitate change.  We merged an existing national event with a new twist to kickstart a fresh look at…

Diabetes Day at Camden Kroc Center

– Participants of the Camden Citywide Diabetes Collaborative and their families were invited to the annual Diabetes Day at the Kroc Center on Saturday, November 5th. The event was sponsored by the collaborative, drawing over 200 participants. The day’s program consisted of…

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Granting a Shift toward Health

– The children and families of Perth Amboy will benefit from a grant of $200,000, for use during the next four years, from New Jersey Health Initiatives, a program office of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. The grant was issued to create a Culture of Health…

A Journey of Hope, Healing and Justice

– As Executive Director of Wynona’s House Child Advocacy Center, I saw firsthand the prevalence and pain of bad things happening to our most vulnerable children.  Each year, hundreds of children would come to us because they suffered sexual or physical abuse…

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