Pathway to Education –

Shiloh CDC Freedom School Program

The Children Defense Fund Freedom School Program provides summer academic and cultural enrichment activities that helps children fall in love with reading, increases their self-esteem, and generates more positive attitudes toward learning.
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New Jersey Orators

New Jersey Orators, Inc. holds true to its mission to teach the art of public speaking and life skills to youth between the ages of 7 and 18 years, thereby increasing their self-confidence, leadership skills and ability to maximize career choices and academic success.
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Reverend S. Woodson Scholarship Fund

Established in 2003, the Rev. S. Woodson Scholarship Fund is a one-year $1,000 scholarship for college freshman. Scholarships are awarded to students from the metropolitan Trenton area.
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Pathway to Careers –

Career Services

The Career Development Center provides efficient and effective services for employment seekers. Our staff is committed to helping you obtain the skills needed to compete in the job market.
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T3 Family Grief Support Program - "Grief, Technology, and Inter-Generation Family Support in the COVID Era"

TRAUMA:              Families are traumatized in the COVID-19 era from disruption in their grief ritual, Family members are dying along with compound grief.

THECNOLOGY:    It has been Dr. Rev. Darrell L. Armstrong's position that technology (Zoom or Skype) convening for families before, during, and even after the service can be incredible healing opportunities.

THEOLOGY:          We will employ from members from the community of Trenton and from Trenton's High School and College Students as inters and tech them the theology of death and dying.
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Pathway to Health –

Healthy Women Healthy Families (HWHF) Workshop Program

Healthy Women, Healthy Families is a state wide initiative focusing on improving maternal and infant health outcome for all women of childbearing age and their families while reducing racial, ethnic and economic disparities.  This is accomplished through a collaborative, community driven approach by the Central Jersey Family Health Consortium Specialist and the Shiloh CDC staff, serving the Mercer county area.


Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) Workshop Program

SIDS, is also Knows as "Crib Death", is the sudden and unexpected death of a baby under 1 year of age that remains unexplained after a thorough case investigation. The Workshop Program is to help alleviate the tragedy surrounding SIDS by facilitating high quality, caring services to families and caregivers who have been affected by SIDS. The program works not only to assist families affected by SIDS, but also to expand awareness and to promote risk reduction measures. The SIDS Workshop Program is a collaboration with the Central Jersey Family Health Consortium.

Pathway to Stability –

 

Capital Youth Mentoring Program (CYMP)

The CYMP Program serves Mercer County Youth between the ages of 12-21 through individual and small group mentoring. We partner with the Division of Child Protection and Permanency.
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