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Community Collaborative Directory 2017-08-15T19:11:09+00:00

A Better Way, Inc.

Contact: Roberta Martin

Contact Email: rmartin@abetterwaynj.org

City: Any City

Partners: Habitat for Humanity, Youth Stat, City of Trenton, Homefront

How Often They Meet: As Needed

Collaborative’s Outcomes: Parolee Employment Program, Solar Panel Training, Mentorship for At-Risk Adolescents

Capitol County Children’s Collaborative

Contact: Rene Marrero

Contact Email: rmarrero@capitolkids.org

Partners: Family Support Organization, Trenton Public Schools, Family Transition Support Services, Trenton Police

How Often They Meet: Weekly

Collaborative’s Outcomes: Maintain Children in the Community, Link Families to the Community

Central Jersey Family Health Consortium

Contact: Betsy Coffin

Contact Email: bcoffin@cjfhc.org

Address: 2 King Arthur Court, Suite B, North Brunswick NJ. 08902

Phone: 732-937-5437

Partners: Capital Health, Planned Parenthood, Mercer Street Friends, Womanspace

How Often They Meet: Quarterly

Collaborative’s Outcomes: 1. Helping pregnant women get into first trimester prenatal care 2. Addressing barriers to prenatal care and improving access to care by addressing issues at a county level 3. Reconnecting postpartum mothers to care.

Children’s Futures – What’s Going On?

Contact: Tonya Bellamy

Contact Email: tbellamy@childrensfutures.org

Street / PO Box: 16 West Front St., Suite 220. Trenton, NJ. 08608

Phone: (609)695-1977

Partners: Mercer Street Friends, Children’s Home Society, City of Trenton, Maternal Health and Child Consortium

How Often They Meet: Monthly

Collaborative’s Outcomes: Stengthening parenting, improving primary care systems and improving child care systems.

CityWorks/East Trenton Collaborative

Contact: Andrew Carten

Contact Email: acarten@ecityworks.com

Street / PO Box: 601 N. Clinton Ave

Phone: (609) 984-8333

Partners: HomeFront, Habitat for Humanity, Isles, Better Community Housing

How Often They Meet: Monthly

Collaborative’s Outcomes:  Reduce and Prevent Homelessness,Create Units of Supportive Housing for High-Need Users of Emergency Services

Conservatory Mansion

Contact: Jacqueline Ivey

Contact Email: theconservatorynmansion@gmail.com

Street / PO Box: 540 East State Street. Trenton, NJ. 08609

Phone: 609-858-2279

Mercer Alliance

Contact: Herb Levine

Contact Email: hlevine@merceralliance.org

Partners: Henry J Austin, HomeFront, Rescue Mission of Trenton

How Often They Meet: Monthly

Collaborative’s Outcomes: Reduce and Prevent Homelessness,Create Units of Supportive Housing for High-Need Users of Emergency Services

Never Give Up

Contact: Andrew Bobbitt

Contact Email: andrewbobbitt@ymail.com

Partners: A Better Way, Sisterhood Brotherhood, High Rollers

How Often They Meet: Weekly

Collaborative’s Outcomes: At-Risk Teenagers, Sickle Health, Obesity

New Jersey Partnership for Healthy Kids – Trenton

Contact: Marissa Davis

Contact Email: mdavis@trentonymca.org

Street / PO Box: 425 Greenwood Ave

Phone: 609-278-9677

Trenton Council of Civic Association

Contact: Cameron Hunt

Contact Email: sfmaster.8@hotmail.com

Partners: Children’s Futures, A Better Way, Trenton YWCA

How Often They Meet: As Needed

Collaborative’s Outcomes: Child and Family Health, Education, Unemployment

Trenton Health Team

Contact: Carol McAloon

Contact Email: cmcaloon@stfrancismedical.org

Partners: Capital Health, St. Francis Medical Center, Trenton Health Dept., GTBHC

How Often They Meet: Weekly

Collaborative’s Outcomes: Sickle Cell Disease, Mental and Behavioral Health Issues, ER Utilization

Trenton Prevention Policy Board

Contact: Madeline Bell

Contact Email: bell25@tcnj.edu

Partners: Trenton Police, Trenton Board of Ed. , TEEM Gateway, Bonner Center, Mercer Alliance to End Homelessness

How Often They Meet: Monthly

Collaborative’s Outcomes: Promote Positive Youth Development, Prevent Juvenile Crime & Delinquency