The New Jersey Chapter of the American College of Physicians works hard to support the physician-patient relationship and the profession of internal medicine. We see increasing diversification among our members and, importantly, among the leadership, that is more reflective of medicine today.
Churches Improving Communities (CIC) serves the churches of Classis New Brunswick, and partners with faith communities, civic organizations, arts and professional organizations, schools, and individuals to pool strengths, resources, and volunteers to better serve low-income individuals and families across central NJ.
Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH) provides men and women facing homelessness with quality housing and support services. CSH uses housing as a platform for services to improve the lives of the most vulnerable people, maximize public resources and build healthy communities. Supportive housing combines affordable housing with services that help people who face the most complex challenges to live with stability, autonomy and dignity.
The Health Care Association of New Jersey (HCANJ) is a non-profit trade association representing long term care providers who believe that the individuals they serve are entitled to a supportive environment in which professional and compassionate care is delivered.
Home Care & Hospice Association of NJ is a non-profit association, which advocates for home care and hospice agencies and provides critical services to help seniors, disabled and children remain independent at home with loved ones…
The International End of Life Doula Association (INELDA) is a nonprofit organization that is committed to changing the face of dying. INELDA is dedicated to fostering the highest quality of care in the final days of life by setting the standard for the end-of-life doula profession. End-of-life doulas are hired by patients or family members when a terminal diagnosis is given and stay with that person and their family through their death and beyond by providing emotional, spiritual and physical support.
Jewish Sacred Aging is a forum for the Jewish Community with resources and texts that feature discussions on the implications of the revolution in longevity for Baby Boomers and their families. We encourage you to participate in the conversation!
The New Jersey Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers is a diverse membership organization that promotes, develops, and strengthens the professional practice of social work and social workers. Through advocacy and public policy, NASW-NJ affects progressive social change and social justice for individuals, families, and communities.
NJ Advocates for Aging Well (NJAAW, formerly NJ Foundation for Aging) has accomplished some great things in two decades, but there is so much more to do. For New Jersey’s older adult population, NJAAW is an organization that is always there for them — an organization that works with tenacious persistence to see to it that every one of them is aware of and has access to programs, services and resources that can help them live well and age well in New Jersey.
At the Quality Institute, we promote quality improvement by working with our members, policymakers, grant funders, local leaders, and other stakeholders. To achieve our mission, we research and develop policies, provide educational opportunities, and actively partner with local health care champions to improve community health. Take a look at our work and join us in improving the safety, quality, and affordability of health care for everyone in New Jersey.
The New Jersey Office of the Long Term Care Ombudsman (NJLTCO) is part of a national resident-focused, person-centered advocacy program. NJLTCO is an independent advocate for older individuals receiving long-term care. Representatives of the Office work with individual residents to help them address challenges they face; in addition, NJLTCO seeks opportunities to bring about change on local, state, and federal levels and by advocating for policy and legislative initiatives and participating in activities that support the Office’s core mission to advance the rights, the dignity and the self determination of elderly individuals living in long-term care.
The New Jersey Palliative Care Advanced Practice Nurse Consortium (NJPC APNC) is a nonprofit that supports Palliative APNs and advocates for Healthcare Quality and Access to Palliative Care for NJ Residents. NJPC APNC is a Consortium of APNs who are committed to improving palliative care healthcare in the state by mentoring Palliative APNs, educating healthcare professionals about quality and evidence-based palliative, and assisting with health promotion aligning with the NJ Department of Health.
NJSSPA’s vision is to be recognized and respected by the healthcare community and the public as the prominent physician assistant state organization. NJSSPA is dedicated to promoting education, advocacy, and partnership to achieve quality, cost-effective healthcare.
Samaritan is dedicated to providing comfort and dignity for your loved one living with serious illness from as early as the day of diagnosis through the end of life. Samaritan is also committed to bringing you – son, daughter, spouse, aunt, or neighbor — peace of mind as you take care of your loved one at home.
Visiting Nurse Association Health Group is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping individuals and families achieve their best level of well-being by providing compassionate, coordinated, innovative care in their homes and communities.