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New Jersey Association on Correction

New Jersey Association on Correction Helping People With A Past, Build a Future. Established in 1961, (NJAC) is a private not-for-profit organization whose mission is to enable social justice and human dignity.

NJAC serves survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault, individuals with a history of incarceration and people living with HIV/AIDS in seven counties as described below. CAMDEN COUNTY
Camden County Women's Center (CCWC) Safe House is the state funded lead agency providing a 24-hour hotline and emergency safe house for adults and children escaping domestic violence. CCWC Community Support Ce

NJAC serves survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault, individuals with a history of incarceration and people living with HIV/AIDS in seven counties as described below. CAMDEN COUNTY
Camden County Women's Center (CCWC) Safe House is the state funded lead agency providing a 24-hour hotline and emergency safe house for adults and children escaping domestic violence. CCWC Community Support Ce

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04/18/2022

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NJAC is hiring for a House Manager (Maintenance) Individual will be required to do basic maintenance, painting, cleaning, and drive company vehicle for errands to work for a facility in Hamilton, NJ. Must have valid drivers license, clean background, and be vaccinated or willing to be vaccinated quickly. Please email me at [email protected]

03/31/2022
We are looking for a Team Leader to work with community members at risk of eviction in Middlesex County, while supportin...
03/29/2022
Employment Opportunities | Come Work With NJAC | NJAC

We are looking for a Team Leader to work with community members at risk of eviction in Middlesex County, while supporting other NJAC Resource Navigators throughout the state of New Jersey. The target is populations that
are at higher risk of eviction – survivors of sexual and domestic violence and those with a history of incarceration, many that also experience the intersectionality of poverty and oppression.
Visit our Employment Opportunities page: https://njaconline.org/get-involved/employment/
#socialjustice #reentry #evictions #jobs

If you are looking for a career helping people build a better future then you should check out our employment opportunities at NJAC

There's still time to support PCWC's April Sexual Violence Awareness Run/Walk. Register now!  https://njaconline.network...
03/22/2022
PCWC 2022 SV Walk

There's still time to support PCWC's April Sexual Violence Awareness Run/Walk. Register now!

https://njaconline.networkforgood.com/events/38962-pcwc-2022-sv-walk

Raise awareness about preventing sexual violence and supporting survivors! Check in opens at 9:00 am by the Boat House! Come early for musical fun with our DJ, browse the community tables, and enjoy some warm drinks and light refreshments.

NJAC joins a network of partners to  implement NJ-LEAD.  NJ– LEAD, which stands for New Jersey - Locally,  Empowered, Ac...
03/07/2022

NJAC joins a network of partners to implement NJ-LEAD.
NJ– LEAD, which stands for New Jersey - Locally, Empowered, Accountable, and Determined.
NJ-LEAD is a reentry initiative recently funded through the NJ Department of Corrections. The LEAD Initiative supports local organizations to develop and implement strategic evidence informed programs for the provision of wraparound reentry services that assist in the transition from corrections to the community.
NJAC will hire one new employee, a Reentry Resource Specialist, that will be based out of the Middlesex County Resource Center and work closely with NJDOC to help inmates, primarily from East Jersey State Prison, with successful reentry. NJAC joins approximately six other organizations around the state that will partner with state correctional institutions to improve the way New Jersey does reentry! #reentry #reentrymatters #middlesexcounty

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Jennie’s Place is located in Newark and provides permanent housing for women who have exited the criminal justice system, are homeless, and have a disability. Women in the program receive case management/supportive services while in the program. For More Information, please contact 973-881-1450

Support Positive Changes in 2022!As we close out 2021, we look back on a year that has been difficult for many but also ...
12/30/2021
NJAC works for Social Justice

Support Positive Changes in 2022!

As we close out 2021, we look back on a year that has been difficult for many but also a time of Positive Change.

With the rising need for employees throughout the labor market, those individuals with gaps in employment, a need for flexibility around child care, and other barriers have been given a new chance and secured jobs needed to increase stability.

While a job is critical, it is not a magical solution. Years of victimization at the hands of an abuser, a life spent in and out of institutions or on the streets, and chronic health conditions can make holding down a job and earning enough income to pay for housing and other basic necessities very challenging.

We provide holistic and trauma-informed services that help address the practical, cognitive and emotional needs of individuals seeking a better future.

https://njaconline.networkforgood.com/projects/117561-njac-ongoing-campaign?utm_campaign=dms_email_blast_1613982

Everyone deserves a fair shake! In all that we do, Social Justice is the thread. Despite the fact that White (non Latinx) people make up 55% of New Jersey's population and African Americans only 15%, the following disparities exist: * 1 in every 15 African American men and 1 in ...

NJAC serves many communities throughout the state of NJ. In Passaic and  Camden Counties we primarily serves victims and...
12/23/2021
NJAC works for Social Justice

NJAC serves many communities throughout the state of NJ. In Passaic and Camden Counties we primarily serves victims and survivors of domestic and sexual violence and their children. Men and women reentering society following incarceration find services in Mercer, Middlesex, Essex, and Passaic Counties. In Middlesex and Monmouth Counties homeless and people living in poverty, many with underlying health conditions, find support.

Consider a donation to NJAC during the holiday season
https://njaconline.networkforgood.com/projects/117561-njac-ongoing-campaign
NJAC is a 501c3 nonprofit organization.

Everyone deserves a fair shake! In all that we do, Social Justice is the thread. Despite the fact that White (non Latinx) people make up 55% of New Jersey's population and African Americans only 15%, the following disparities exist: * 1 in every 15 African American men and 1 in ...

12/07/2021

NJAC was pleased to recently receive our second federal grant. The US Department of Justice Office of Violence
Against Women (OVW) awarded a three year grant to support services at PCWC’s Transitional Housing Program
(THP) with a special focus on creating economic independence.
#socialjustice #domesticviolenceprevention #HousingForAll

#GivingTuesday2021 #reentry #socialjustice
11/28/2021

#GivingTuesday2021 #reentry #socialjustice

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11/25/2021

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11/23/2021

#givingtuesday2021 #socialjustice #domesticviolenceawareness

NJAC provides positive and constructive community reentry following incarceration. Support our mission on Giving Tuesday...
11/22/2021

NJAC provides positive and constructive community reentry following incarceration. Support our mission on Giving Tuesday.
#givingtuesday2021 #socialjustice #reentry

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11/16/2021

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11/15/2021

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11/11/2021
Civil rights groups want White House clemency for more inmates released in pandemic

#reentry New Jersey Association on Correction

U.S. civil rights groups are asking the White House to broaden a plan to grant clemency to inmates released to home confinement during the COVID-19 pandemic, saying its current policy wrongfully excludes people convicted of non-drug-related crimes or those still facing lengthy sentences.

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11/01/2021

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The Hyacinth family would love to show our appreciation to another "Royal Flush", Casino Night sponsor, New Jersey Association on Correction . - On behalf of the organization and the communities we serve, thank you! Please help us thank NJAC for their sponsorship and support for our 2022 Casino Night. #thankyou #sponsorspotlight #NJAC #2022casinonight #sponsor #standwithus #njendhiv2025 #endhivstigma #endhiv #hivcommunity #aidscommunity #stopepidemic #livingwithhiv #hiveprevention #fighhiv #aidsprevention #advocate #support #supporthyacinth #silentauction #hafcares #makinganimpact #HIV
Question about the scattered housing project, it this true? This project differs from others because the project itself is the leaseholder and therefore responsible for paying rent and other conditions stipulated in the lease. As the leaseholder, the project is also responsible for monitoring clients on a weekly basis to ensure apartments are kept clean and free of damage. Do you really monitor the houses on a weekly basis?
Our SV Awareness walk was a great success! Thanks to everyone who attended, sponsored, volunteered, and danced!👏👏👏
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We are grateful to be able to work with the New Jersey Association on Correction providing essential items to women leaving the Edna Mahan Correctional Facility Women' prison in New Jersey.
Here are a few of our Franklin Market Sponsors for Give After Dark! Thank you to: Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers New Jersey Association on Correction Sir Speedy Print, Signs, Marketing 95.7 BEN FM Atlantic City Electric Kleinbard LLC #GiveAfterDark May 17th, 7-11pm. Reading Terminal Market