Camden Coalition COVID-19 resources

Due to the unprecedented global COVID-19 pandemic, our staff have had to very quickly adapt a high-touch care management model to a remote workflow. Our top priority has been to stay connected with our vulnerable patients and community residents, providing accurate information about both the novel coronavirus itself as well as its impact on the availability of services in the community.

These documents represent current protocols and scripts that our staff are using to connect with patients and Community Advisory Committee (CAC) members. We are sharing them in the hopes that other providers and organizations can adapt them for use in their communities. As the situation on the ground is shifting rapidly, we expect to be updating and adding to these documents over the coming weeks.

Documents last updated: March 19, 2020

Camden Coalition's 2022-2025 strategic plan
Our plan of work for the next three years.
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Front cover of the 2022-2025 strategic plan document
Creating safe care: Supporting pregnant and parenting patients who use drugs
Punitive drug and child welfare policies mean that pregnant or parenting people who use drugs are…
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Lessons on consumer engagement from Amplify
Authentic consumer partnerships have the potential to build trust, foster equity and inclusion, support community health and well-being, and improve health outcomes. However, creating these…
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brief cover photo of Amplify speakers at Putting Care at the Center 2019 conference
Better care together — The Camden Coalition's 2021 annual report
Our 2021 annual report highlights our major initiatives over the last year as we’ve continued to strengthen our complex care ecosystem. Highlights from…
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Camden Coalition's vaccine confidence training helps providers build confidence in themselves
Despite highly transmissible variants and compelling evidence that COVID-19 vaccines significantly reduce the risks of hospitalization and death, healthcare providers are still struggling to encourage…
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Why inequitable and burdensome court-issued fines and fees are a health issue - and what health and policy leaders can do about it
In this brief, Jeremy Spiegel, Esq., Ashley Maddison, Esq., and Puja Upadhyay of the Rutgers Law…
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