Cooperative programs operate across the region to ensure every child a healthy start and every parent the tools to safeguard their family.
First-time, low-income mothers in Camden City get specialized assistance from trained nurses during pregnancy and for two years of their baby's life. This evidence-based model helps young moms adopt good health practices, become responsible parents and move closer to economic self sufficiency...MORE
A community-driven initiative to reduce the infant mortality rate in Camden City, Camden Healthy Start provides one-on-one care to pregnant women and new mothers, and special outreach to fathers, adolescents and immigrants... MORE
Pregnant women in South Jersey struggling to end their addiction to drugs and alcohol can turn to the Perinatal Addictions Program for education and treatment referrals...MORE
Pregnant and parenting women in Atlantic County can turn to Healthy Families for the support, education and skill building that families need to succeed and children need to grow... MORE
Intended for new parents in Atlantic County, the Infant and Family Development program helps build nurturing homes for newborns with education to strengthen parenting skills and in-home evaluations to keep a family on track with important developmental milestones... MORE
The program helps parents become positive role models for their children. Educators monitor child development, teach parenting skills and connect families with resources to assist them with whatever resources are needed to thrive... MORE
A straightforward education program to help South Jersey youth make smart choices about sex. Specialists visit schools and community centers, talking to kids about diseases, relationships, sex, financial security, future goals and much more... MORE