Childrens Futures Inc
Rating: 4 stars 1 1 review 215
16 West Front Street Ste 2202ndfl Trenton NJ 08608 USA
Children's futures ("cf") aims to improve child health & development outcomes for children throughout mercer county in nj. Cf leads a collaboration of public and private agencies working to strengthen parenting, enhance access to health insurance, medical care and quality child care, and increase school readiness.
In 2014, children's futures programs provided case management, parenting education, home visitation and outreach services to nearly 2,000 women, children and families. Case management was provided to 736 unduplicated participants at the centers which included pregnancy testing, parenting education, child development education and assistance in securing insurance, a medical home, child immunizations and wic nutritional services. The bavolek nurturing parenting education program was provided to 205 parents to increase skills in parental self-efficacy, skills in discipline, guidance and reading to children. Home visitation using the nurse family partnership program was provided to 132 first time mothers and 85 children. There were 26 babies born during the year and there were no infant deaths. All mothers received prenatal care and education, depression screening and parenting education. Outreach efforts provided education and information to over 6,000 individuals through 73 event and various activities through mercer county.
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My name is Augustus Perangelo, a freshman at Penn State and I am currently in the process of raising money for Pediatric cancer. I am very intersted in your nonprofit organization Childrens Futures, Inc. I live in Hunterdon County and have been volunteering in the community for 7 years, helping children at Hunterdon Medical Center....collecting magazines and comic books, coloring books. I look forward to being part of your nonprofit organization soon. Augustus Perangelo
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