Helping Local Communities

Health Programs & Services

Certain health conditions have a disparate impact on NJAC’s primary client populations. This has led us to provide programs targeted to these individuals and designed to improve their medical conditions. The programs are designed to create greater stability in the lives of these vulnerable populations.

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Camden County Scattered Site Housing Project

Providing transitional housing for families with a person with HIV/AIDS.

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Jennie’s Place Essex County

Serving formerly incarcerated women with disabilities.

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Winifred Canright House Monmouth County

Providing transitional housing for homeless men living with specific medical conditions.

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Correctional AIDS Project

Education to reduce the risk of spreading or contracting HIV/AIDS.

Success Stories | NJAC

Success Stories

We Have Helped Thousands of People

We have helped thousands of people in all of the communities that we support. Read through their stories and how their lives have changed for the better.

Get Involved

Volunteering Opportunities

NJAC’s programs are ll in need of your support. Our Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault programs are dependent on volunteer participation and we offer regularly scheduled training opportunities.

Financial contributions, as well as product donations, are always welcome. Whether you are able to give of your time or resources, this is a place for you at NJAC.