NEW JERSEY ASSOCIATION ON CORRECTION

Helping People Build A Future

aka NJAC   |   Trenton, NJ   |  www.njaconline.org

Mission

To provide safety, opportunity and access to resources that results in greater social equity and individual self-worth.

Ruling year info

1962

Executive Director

Mr. Angel Perez

Main address

986 South Broad Street

Trenton, NJ 8611 USA

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EIN

22-1729877

NTEE code info

Family Violence Shelters and Services (P43)

Transitional Care, Half-Way House for Offenders/Ex-Offenders (I31)

Independent Housing for People with Disabilities (L24)

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Our programs

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What are the organization's current programs, how do they measure success, and who do the programs serve?

Passaic County Programs

PCWC Domestic Violence Shelter: 29-bed emergency shelter to survivors of domestic violence and their children.

PCWC Outreach Center: Center for non-residential support services to survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence and includes counseling, referrals, DVRT and SART, legal advocacy, community education, support groups, and accompaniment to hospitals, police, and courts.

PC Transitional Housing: Housing and supportive supportive services for survivors of domestic violence for up to 18 months.

PCWC Peace, A Learned Solution (PALS): Assists youth ages 3-12 that have been exposed to intimate partner violence and their non-abusive caregiver using art therapy, music therapy, and more.

Millicent Fenwick House: 50-bed residential community treatment program for female inmates in Paterson.

Eviction Diversion Initiative: Designed to help individuals avoid eviction and successfully maintain permanent housing through referral and resource linkage, advocacy, and more.

Population(s) Served
Victims and oppressed people
Children and youth
Incarcerated people
Homeless people
Low-income people

CCWC Domestic Violence Shelter: 38-bed emergency shelter for survivors of domestic violence and their children.

CCWC Outreach Center: Center for non-residential support services to survivors of domestic violence and includes counseling, referrals, DVRT, legal advocacy, community education, support groups, and accompaniment to hospitals, police, and courts.

CCWC Peace, A Learned Solution (PALS): Assists youth ages 3-12 that have been exposed to intimate partner violence and their non-abusive caregiver. The program utilizes music therapy, art therapy, play therapy, family therapy and other expressive therapies to facilitate children’s recovery from their traumatic experiences.

Camden County Scattered Sites: Subsidized housing program for ten families with at least one HIV-positive resident in Camden County.

Population(s) Served
Victims and oppressed people
Children and youth
People with HIV/AIDS

Batterers Intervention Program ("BIP"): Program designed to eliminate intimate partner violence by a coordinated approach to holding batterers accountable. Services are available to abusers who have lived in a household with children that are involved with NJ DCF in Monmouth and Ocean Counties.

NJ LEAD: Program that addresses the community reentry needs of inmates being released from local New Jersey prisons. Services provided include assistance with locating housing and employment, applying for public assistance, setting up medical appointments, enrolling in community programs and supports (such as AA), and more. NJ-LEAD specialists collaborate with NJ DOC professionals and the individual’s social supports to facilitate a smooth discharge planning process.

Winifred Canright House: Transitional housing for men facing homelessness who face chronic health conditions in Asbury Park.

Population(s) Served
Offenders
Ex-offenders
People with disabilities

Clinton House: 40-bed residential community work release program for male inmates in Trenton.

Egality Mercer County Resource Center: Walk-in centers that assist people with a history of incarceration and others with barriers to stability with meeting emergency needs, obtaining employment and financial literacy training, and stabilizing in the community.

Egality Community Resource Center: Community program offering structured supervision and reentry services to individuals in parole.

Correctional AIDS Project ("CAP"): Provides discharge planning to HIV + inmates prior to and following release into the community.

Fatherhood Project: Delivers an evidence-based Fatherhood curriculum to men with justice system involvement in order to strengthen the ties between fathers, their children, and the children’s primary caregiver.

Population(s) Served
Chronically ill people
Chronically ill people
People with HIV/AIDS
Parents
Incarcerated people
Substance abusers

James A. Hemm House: 60-bed residential community work release program for male inmates in Newark.

Jennie's Place: Permanent housing for women facing homelessness who have a disability and who have exited the criminal justice system in Newark.

Population(s) Served
People with disabilities

Sanford Bates House: 20-bed transitional housing for men facing homelessness who are on parole in New Brunswick.

Middlesex County Resource Center: Walk-in centers that assist people with a history of incarceration and others with barriers to stability with meeting emergency needs, obtaining employment and financial literacy training, and stabilizing in the community.

Population(s) Served
Homeless people
Homeless people
Incarcerated people
Ex-offenders
Homeless people
Incarcerated people
Ex-offenders
Homeless people
Incarcerated people
Ex-offenders

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NEW JERSEY ASSOCIATION ON CORRECTION

Board of directors
as of 04/13/2022
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

Calvin Smiley

Hunter College

Term: 2021 - 2024

Reed Gusciora

Mayor, City of Trenton

Gabriela Moquera

NJ Assemblywoman, 4th Legislative District

Jason Williams

Montclair University

Diane Scott-Bey

Retired

Anthony Carabelli, Jr.

Mercer County Office of Economic Development

Michael Decker

President & CEO, Eden Autism Services

Jim Reeder III

J Reeder Consulting

Sharon Edwards-Parris

Senior Recruiter

Organizational demographics

SOURCE: Self-reported; last updated 4/7/2022

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Leadership

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Disability status
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