Shared Services Alliance Advances High-Quality Care for Newark-area Children
The Nicholson Foundation has awarded a grant to Newark-based Programs for Parents to launch the Greater Newark Shared Services Alliance. The Alliance will allow ten early childhood education centers to efficiently pool resources, improving their capacity to deliver high quality care.
NJ Medicaid Academy Participants Putting Curriculum Into Action
A blog post from The Center for Health Care Strategies highlights the value of the Nicholson-funded New Jersey Medicaid Academy. The post describes how the Academy’s curriculum is now being put into action through innovative team-based projects identifying ways to improve the delivery of Medicaid services.
Nicholson Foundation Grants Expand Integrated Behavioral Healthcare Model in New Jersey
The Nicholson Foundation has awarded six organizations $225,000 each to help them implement a model of integrated, team-based patient care to address patients’ behavioral health issues in the primary care setting.
Request for Expressions of Interest (REI) to Support New Jersey Community Health Coalitions
The Nicholson Foundation is soliciting Expressions of Interest from Community Health Coalitions to participate in a new initiative to improve health outcomes for Medicaid recipients. Based on the applications received, the Foundation will invite up to three Coalitions to submit detailed proposals for grant funding of up to $600,000 over 18 months.
Seeking Applications for Senior Early Childhood Program Officer Position
The Nicholson Foundation is seeking to hire a Senior Early Childhood Program Officer for a full-time position. We are looking for an accomplished professional with a minimum of 5 years in a senior management role to help develop and expand the Foundation’s early childhood initiatives. Click below to download the full position description and application instructions.
Nicholson-funded Reports Examine Barriers to High-Quality Infant and Toddler Care in NJ
Two new reports by Advocates for Children of New Jersey (ACNJ) identify critical issues and challenges for developing, providing, and financing high-quality infant and toddler care. Together, they offer a sound, data-driven case for increasing public and private investment in New Jersey’s youngest children.