The Burlington County Health Department is asking residents to fill out a survey so officials can better understand their health needs. The Burlington County Times reports.
As New Jersey’s tax-incentive programs come under increasing scrutiny, consultants underline critical value to struggling city of $1.4 billion public investment. Read the NJ Spotlight article.
WRI has partnered with Southwest Council to provide strategic planning for drug and alcohol prevention coalitions in the region.
The Walter Rand Institute is excited to announce that we will conduct community health needs assessments for the South Jersey Health Collaborative in Burlington, Camden, and Gloucester counties.
As the region, state and nation grapple with how best to address our persistent and growing drug crisis, an understanding of the potential costs and benefits of different approaches should be central to the conversation. WRI is working to provide just that.
WRI has awarded its Inaugural Endowed Graduate Fellowship for South Jersey Initiatives to Nathaniel Merrill. Nathaniel is a doctoral student in the Computational and Integrative Biology program at Rutgers-Camden.