Community Outreach

ROSES at Rutgers Program Provides Intervention for Girls in Camden County Juvenile Justice System

Adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) can lead to mental health disorders in adolescence, and healthy family functioning and civic engagement can mitigate such damaging impact, according to a new Rutgers University–Camden study.

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Rutgers Law School Assists Camden Residents with Medical and Legal Issues

Rutgers Law School Assists Camden Residents with Medical and Legal Issues

The Medical Legal Partnership lends a hand to improve the health and well-being of vulnerable populations in and around Camden.

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Researcher Studies Effect of Probation and Parole Fines and Fees on Individuals’ Prospects of Success

Researcher Studies Effect of Probation and Parole Fines and Fees on Individuals’ Prospects of Success

By Tom McLaughlin For many paroled inmates, release from jail may signal a new beginning, but their freedom is anything but free. Nate Link explains that, when these released inmates attempt to integrate back into society, they typically need to fulfill an array of new financial obligations – monthly community supervision, electronic monitoring, and mandatory […]

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Civic Engagement Class Provides Bilingual Support at Community Health and Wellness Center

Civic Engagement Class Provides Bilingual Support at Community Health and Wellness Center

A group of bilingual Rutgers–Camden students is currently providing bilingual support at the Salvation Army Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center in Camden.

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