OUR PARTNERS

SOCIOS DE LA AGENCIA

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Alliance for a Healthier New Brunswick

Anshe Emeth Memorial Temple

Anti Poverty Network

Center for Non-Profits

Central Jersey Family Health Consortium

City of New Brunswick

Easter Seals New Jersey

Healthier Middlesex

Jewish Renaissance Foundation

Juntos Together

Latino Action Network

Middlesex County Office of Human Services

Middlesex County Workforce Development Board

New Brunswick Bike Exchange

New Brunswick Community Food Alliance

New Brunswick Cultural Center

New Brunswick Free Public Library

New Brunswick Public Schools

New Brunswick Tomorrow

Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital

RWJ Community Health Promotions

Saint Peter’s University Hospital

State Theatre New Jersey

Suydam Street Reformed Church

United Way of Central Jersey

Wellcare New Jersey

Women Aware

SOCIOS DE LOS PROGRAMAS

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Catholic Charities/Child Care Solutions

Provide professional development opportunities; parent resource and education; and subsidies for qualifying families

Central Jersey Family Health

Collaborate on children’s development al screening project for ages 0-3

Clinica Latina

Provide behavioral health support for families in need

Eric B. Chandler Health Clinic

Provide quality health care opportunities for children and families; and workshops for families on healthy eating and living

Grow NJ Kids

Provide professional development for our staff; and quality star rating system for Early Childhood Programs

M.C.F.O.O.D.S

Provide help for families in need through food assistance

Middlesex County Mental Health Center

Provide mental and behavioral health support for families in need

NAEYC: National Association for the Education of Young Children

Provide Professional development opportunities through local and nationwide trainings and conferences; Nationally recognized Accreditation System

New Brunswick Fire Department

Provide safety workshops for children and families

New Brunswick Free Public Library

Conduct school visits and story hours; Provide library visits for children to increase their understating on the importance of reading and literacy

New Brunswick Public Schools

PRAB is the largest preschool provider for the New Brunswick Public Schools, serving over 630 students; our PIC-C program also receives funding from NBBOE

New Brunswick Tomorrow/Early Childhood Consortium

Plan activities for families, and provide professional development opportunities

Perform Care NJ

Provide mental and behavioral health support to our families in need

RWJUH Community Health Promotion Program

Provide Health and Safety education to our children and families

Saint Peter’s Healthcare System

Provide quality health care opportunities for our children and families; and workshops for families on healthy eating and living

Salvation Army

Provide clothing donations to our families in need

State Theatre of New Jersey

Introduce our children to the art of theatre, and open their horizon to be sensitive to different art styles

Unity Square Neighborhood Revitalization Project

Provide resources for our families who live in the Unity Square neighborhood

Anshe Emeth Community Development Corporation

Bebé Bell infant & medical supplies and furniture referrals

Bayside Family Success Center (JRF)

Part of the Network of Family Success Centers

Bayside Family Success Center (JRF)

Part of the Network of Family Success Centers

Catholic Charities/Child Care Solutions

Provides child care assistance to low-income families that meet eligibility criteria

Clinica Latina

Provides home-visitation programs, early intervention, services for pregnant and parenting mothers and families; partner of Parents as Teachers

Edison Job Corps Academy

We are community partners and attend meetings

Elijah’s Promise

A resource for employment related culinary classes; or community (soup) kitchen

F.I.S.H Inc

A resource for food pantry services

Family Support Organization

Provides support and resources to parents

Greenway Family Success Center

Part of the Network of Family Success Centers

Horizon NJ Health’s Hispanic Community Health Advisory Committee (CHAC)

Provides free community health education resources to FLA participants; provides staff professional development opportunities; CHAC member

Jewish Family Services

Provides services through their Women’s Center and other programs

Jewish Renaissance Foundation

Referral for PAT families in the Perth Amboy area

Kinship Navigator Program

Provide opportunities for kinship families to stay connected

Lazos America Unida

Collaborate on events in New Brunswick

Literacy New Jersey

Provides volunteers for ESL classes

Magyar Bank

Provides financial education classes

Middlesex County Center for Empowerment

Provides services to families and partners each year for <i>PRAB Goes Teal</i> (sexual assault awareness event)

Middlesex County College

Sends interns to Harmony FSC, and provides family workshops and other educational opportunities

Middlesex County Council for Young Children

Member of Steering Committee, representing PRAB and Harmony FSC Parent Advisory Board

Middlesex County Mobile Family Success Center

Part of the Network of Family Success Centers

NAMI en Español

Provides education workshops and seminars to the community

New Brunswick Bike Exchange

Provides cost effective bikes for families

New Brunswick Domestic Violence Awareness Coalition

Partner on events and resources; Harmony FSC is a Coalition member

New Brunswick Fatherhood Council

Collaborate on Fatherhood focused events; Council member

New Brunswick Fire Department

Provides partnership and resources to Harmony FSC

New Brunswick Free Public Library

Provides space for programs and collaborate on community events and workshops

New Brunswick Public Schools

Collaborate with workshops to students

New Brunswick Tomorrow

Collaborate on Esperanza Neighborhood Initiative and Family Leadership Academy

New Labor

Referral for families with employment or other needs

NJ DCF Office of Early Childhood Services, Family & Community Partnerships

Funder of family services programs

NJ Snap Ed Program

Provides community education around nutrition and wellness

Perform NJ Care

Referral for families experiencing emotional or behavioral challenges with their children

Prevent Child Abuse NJ

Provides technical assistance to the PAT program

Reformed Church of Highland Park

Referral for families with immigration needs

Rutgers Behavioral Health Center

Referral for families with mental health needs

Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School

Referral for families with immigration needs

Rutgers University

Provides interns to family services programs

RWJBarnabas Health

Provides health related services to families; provides community education workshops

Saint Peter’s Health Care System

Provides health related services to families; provides community education workshops

State Theatre of New Jersey

Partner through its community outreach programs

Stronger Families New Jersey

Collaborate on events; Coalition member

The Conversation Tree, Community-Based Language Partnerships at Rutgers

Provides conversation cafes for community participants in New Brunswick

United Way of Central Jersey/ Vita Coalition

Provide free income tax assistance to the community; Coalition member

Unity Square Neighborhood Revitalization Project

Collaborate on events and workshops

WellCare of New Jersey

Resource to families in need of healthcare

Wellspring (formerly NCADD)

Provides substance abuse resources; provides community education workshops

Women Aware

Referral for domestic violence resources

Work First NJ: CWEP

Provides volunteers for Harmony FSC

Coming Home of New Middlesex County

Coordinates 211 and county’s homeless response

Easter Seals

Utilize their volunteer base

Elijah’s Promise

Make referrals to the Clothesline Thrift Store; participate in open house events for their culinary school; participate in the Point in Time homeless count; and conduct outreach in community kitchen

Elizabethtown Gas

Conduct outreach at their sites to promote LIHEAP

Eric B. Chandler Clinic

Outreach partners with them on PRAB services and LIHEAP

Lazos America Unida

Collaborate on community events

M.C.F.O.O.D.S

Supply our food pantry; collaborate on the Feeding NB Coalition; and provide meeting space

March of Dimes NJ Chapter

Provide free educational materials for our programs; member of their Statewide Maternal Child Health Committee

Middlesex County Center for Empowerment

Collaborate on hosting events and trainings; refer victims of sexual violence

Middlesex County Family Court

Collaborate with the Ombudsman on child support orders, paternity motions, etc.

New Brunswick Bike Exchange

Collaborate on CICLOVIA and outreach

New Brunswick Community Food Alliance

Member agency and committee participant

New Brunswick Domestic Violence Awarness Coalition

Collaborate with them on their annual October rally; provide information for our DV clients

New Brunswick Free Public Library

Collaborate on events; provide outreach to their members; refer clients seeking employment services

New Brunswick Tomorrow

Collaborate on school-based services, immigration, community-wide endeavors, and Central Jersey Job Developers; and collaborate on promoting healthy homes in New Brunswick

New Jersey Commission for the Blind

Utilize their volunteer base

PSEG

Work closely with the LIHEAP Program; table at their sites during LIHEAP season; attend trainings

Reformed Church of Highland Park

Outreach to community

Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Community Health Promotion Program

Collaborate on events and coalitions

RWJ Safe Kids Middlesex County

Collaborate on trainings for the community, i.e., car seat safety; concussion prevention; etc.

RWJBarnabas Health

Collaborate with their breast cancer connection program

Suydam Street Reformed Church

Collaborate on New Brunswick-wide coalition in support of immigrant residents

United Way of Central Jersey/ Vita Coalition

Host VITA program

Unity Square Neighborhood Revitalization Project

Collaborate in many community events

Wells Fargo Bank

Contributes funds to our First Time Homebuyers Programs

Wells Fargo Foundation

Provides homeownership counseling and create affordable and sustainable homeownership opportunities for low-to-moderate income people

WomenAware

Partnered to do in-service on all PRAB programs to staff; referrals for our DV clients

Work First NJ: CWEP

Utilize their members as volunteers in HEA

Anshe Emeth Community Development Corporation

Bebé Bell infant & medical supplies and furniture referrals

Edison Job Corps Academy

We are community partners and attend meetings

Colab- Art

Engaging artistssocial advocates, and communities
to create transformative new work

Partner with the after school program (ASP) and the youth intervention program (YIP)

Lord Stirling Community School

Collaborative engagement  with school social worker, guidance counselors, resources officer, and school –based program to offer community services and exchange of mental health resources

Mckinley Community School

Operate the after school program (ASP)

Monmouth University School of Education

Partner with the after school program (ASP) and the youth intervention program (YIP)

Monmouth University School Social Work

Partner with the after school program (ASP) and the youth intervention program (YIP)

Partner of the AMARD&V Summer Enrichment Program

New Brunswick Cultural Center

Partner of the AMARD&V Summer Enrichment Program

New Brunswick High School

Operate the youth intervention program (YIP)

New Brunswick Public School and Board Of Education

Partner of the AMARD&V Summer Enrichment Program

Partner with the after school program (ASP) and the youth intervention program (YIP)

Provide resources and host our youth services program/activities

New Brunswick Public Schools

Partner of the AMARD&V Summer Enrichment Program; funder of AMARD&V, YIP and after school programs

New Brunswick Tommorrow

Collaborate on community events, social services projects and social justice reform

Pencils of promise Rutgers

Partner of the after school program

Ram Law Firm

Partner of the AMARD&V Summer Enrichment Program

Partner with the after school program (ASP) and the youth intervention program (YIP)

Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Community Health Promotion Program

Partner of the AMARD&V Summer Enrichment Program

Roosevelt Elementary School

Operate the after school program (ASP)

Rutgers Community Health Foundation

Long-time supporter of the AMARD&V Summer Enrichment Program and after school program

Rutgers New Jersey Medical School

Partner of the AMARD&V Summer Enrichment Program

Offer workshops and resources for AMARD students

Rutgers School of Education

Partner of the after school program (ASP) and the youth intervention program (YIP)

Rutgers School of Social Work

Partner of the after school program (ASP) and the youth intervention program (YIP)

Rutgers University’s Collaborative Center For Community-Based Research And Service

Partner of the AMARD&V Summer Enrichment Program

Suydam Street Reformed Church

Partner of the AMARD&V Summer Enrichment Program

The Middlesex County Family Court

Provide support for the youth intervention Program and resources.