Do you provide health or reentry services in New Jersey?
Have you struggled with a substance use disorder?
Are you living with HIV and/or Hepatitis C? If not, are you at risk for or living with HIV or Hepatitis C?
Do you have a history of incarceration?
Are you conducting research or do you wish to conduct research in any of the above fields?
Are you a concerned stakeholder, a community resident, or a government representative?
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, and you are interested in doing CBPR in New Jersey, you may be eligible to become a NCCB member or you may benefit from some of our trainings and services. We encourage you to read our pages outlining the theory, principles, methods and goals of CBPR. If CBPR is of interest to you and you are willing to adhere to CBPR principles, we can help you in one of three ways: Choose the avenues that best suit your needs below.
Other ways to get involved
Why choose us?
- We have been successfully collaborating and operating in Newark for the past 6 years
- We represent a group of respected organizations, working together to improve community health in Newark
- You can take advantage of an existing infrastructure with a great deal of capacity in multiple areas
- We are the developers of Community Wise and have had experience implementing it in Newark, NJ