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Camden Healthy Youth Council addresses trauma in Camden

Youth Council members play a game to learn about the effects of trauma
Posted: February 7, 2017

This year, the Camden Coalition is expanding the reach of our Community Advisory Council (CAC) to high school students with the addition of the Camden Healthy Youth Council (Youth Council). The Youth Council will bring a younger perspective to the CAC’s oversight and outreach, and will embark on an initiative to advance trauma-informed care in Read More….

Faith in Prevention: Year 3

Faith in Prevention Lay Leader training
Posted: February 7, 2017

Our Faith in Prevention program has gained regional and national visibility in its first two years of operation, and applications are now open for year three. This year we’re focused on making the program better than ever for Camden-area faith-based organizations (FBOs) seeking training and funding to promote health and togetherness in their communities, while Read More….

Camden Coalition in the news: January 2017 press roundup

Posted: February 7, 2017

A way to save money when half of all health costs is spent on a fraction of patients— PBS NewsHour Tackling patients’ social problems can cut health costs— Kaiser Health News UnitedHealthcare gives Camden health-care coalition $15 million, takes Brenner— Philadelphia Inquirer Here’s why the leader of the Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers is taking Read More….

Exciting news from the Camden Coalition

Jeffrey Brenner and the Camden Coalition offices and team in Camden, NJ
Posted: January 31, 2017

Dear Friends, I am writing to announce a new $15 million strategic partnership between the Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers and UnitedHealthcare, the country’s largest insurer and our longtime partner in Camden. Over the next three years, the Camden Coalition and UnitedHealthcare will be working together to develop, test, and scale new models of care Read More….

Apply to be a Student Hotspotting Hub

Student Hotspotters 2017
Posted: January 30, 2017

The Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers along with Primary Care Progress, the Association of American Medical Colleges, the Council on Social Work Education and the National Academies of Practice have recognized an opportunity to build capacity outside the current model of Student Hotspotting. This year we are inviting organizations to apply for the first time Read More….