Our client Vicente, who did not have a form of identification for more than 10 years, recently obtained his ID with the help of our program. Thank you to our JCETP case manager, Rev. Bolivar Flores, for all of his help with this process.
Our client, Alvin, was recently hired as a laborer at a local dock, where he repairs U.S. Naval ships, cruise ships, and aircraft carriers. “The people here welcomed me with open arms,” he said. “I tell people to come to this program because the staff really wants to help.” Congratulations, Alvin!
Thank you to Patricia Blanco, VP of Clinical Services at CURA, Inc., for meeting with our team about a partnership with NJRC.
We had a great visit at Martin’s Place yesterday with Jaclyn Cherubini, Executive Director of the Hoboken Shelter. She took time to speak with our clients and answered questions regarding the shelter and obtaining housing. When many of our clients first return from prison or jail, it is necessary for
Mayor Brian P. Stack and the Board of Commissioners, in conjunction with the Union City Board of Education and Office of Community Relations, presented “Know Your Rights! Information Seminar on Immigration Rights” on Wednesday, April 11, 2018 at St. Anthony of Padua Church in Union City. Pictured: Our JCETP Case
NJRC’s Annual Reentry Conference offered an opportunity for our clients, experts and policy makers to share “best practices” in the battle against heroin/fentanyl addiction in an effort to lead sober, healthy lives. We also urged our Attorney General Grewal and legislators to examine the greater need for addiction treatment for those in
Congratulations to our client, Terrell, who just received his forklift certification! Pictured with him are Jada, our Paterson Facility Director, and Antonio, Intake Coordinator/Case Manager.