Loneliness and transportation among the biggest obstacles to health in South Jersey, according to WRI report on health needs.
Grounded in data collected from two comprehensive community health needs assessments across five counties, WRI presents an important finding about health in South Jersey.
WRI partnered with several hospital systems in the region to research, facilitate and compile the most recent Community Health Needs Assessments (CHNA).
A recently adopted local ordinance regulating how close sober living homes can operate from one another is being put to the test in the city’s Chelsea neighborhood. WRI’s research underscores its implications. Read the story.
The NJ Population Cohort study will provide deep insights into state-wide health and well-being. WRI’s Sarah Allred is among those leading the project.
Graduate Research Assistant Vasiliki Gallicchio (Bessy to her friends) is a graduate student pursuing her Masters of Arts in Criminal Justice at Rutgers University-Camden where she also earned her BA in Criminal Justice and Sociology in 2016. Bessy has worked on the Pascale Sykes Foundation South Jersey Strengthening Families Initiative. In the past year she … Continue reading Vasiliki Gallicchio…