Motherhood in love and struggle: Lessons from the Camden Coalition's Camden Delivers program

In this newly published brief, two Camden Coalition care team members, Michelle Adyniec, RN, BSN and Jessica Cordero, MA, CHW, share their lessons learned from Camden Delivers, our maternal health care management pilot that worked with pregnant people who have a substance use disorder (SUD). We are so grateful that the forward to this piece was penned by Christine Beyer, Commissioner, New Jersey Department of Children and Families.

Exploring consumer engagement experiences: A research project co-led by the National Consumer Scholars
Consumer engagement is becoming a popular concept in healthcare, with organizations increasingly understanding the value in working closely with those they serve in order to…
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Resilient communities through teamwork and health justice: The Camden Coalition’s 2020 annual report
Our main takeaway from the January 2020 release of the results of the randomized controlled trial that investigated…
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Leveraging Accountable Health Communities during the COVID-19 pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic has shined a spotlight on the interrelatedness between social needs and health. As the pandemic continues to disproportionately impact communities of color,…
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Motherhood in love and struggle: Lessons from the Camden Coalition's Camden Delivers program
In this newly published brief, two Camden Coalition care team members, Michelle Adyniec, RN, BSN and Jessica Cordero, MA, CHW, share their lessons learned from…
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Lessons from pharmacists about opioid overdose prevention efforts
As New Jersey continues to invest in solutions to treat opioid dependence and prevent overdose deaths, the Camden Coalition is working locally to…
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Pharmacist helps elderly patient with medications
Identified student homelessness in Camden City schools: 2014-15 through 2018-19
Homelessness is a growing problem throughout the nation, and school-aged children are no exception: over 1.5 million students were identified by their school…
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