NJCMO Newsletter

July 13, 2022

Keeping Kids Mentally Engaged Over the Summer

Summer learning loss is real. While numbers vary depending on the study, it’s proven that over each summer, children lose a substantial portion of what they have learned in reading and math during the previous school year. Perhaps…

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May 26, 2022

The Role of a Care Manager

Care Managers are an integral part of every Care Management Organization and work directly with the youth and family being supported by a CMO.  One of their main focuses is to develop a partnership with the family and ensure their…

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May 20, 2022

Read Across NJ Day

On May 7th, Assemblywoman Angela McKnight visited Hudson Partnership CMO’s The C.O.V.E. (Community Outreach and Empowerment) Center to read to children on Read Across NJ day! 

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May 20, 2022

Hudson CMO Recognition

In recognition of his state level work on gun violence prevention, our Community Resource Director, Steven Campos, was invited May 5th to Governor Murphy’s inaugural ball at MetLife Stadium, with his wife Sandra Murillo. (the…

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May 2, 2022

Save The Youth Article Featured in the Jersey City Times

Every year, Hudson CMO and New Jersey City University's Public Health class co-host an event called SAVE THE YOUTH.  The event focuses on gun violence as a public health issue, and involves the students in researching trends,…

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April 6, 2022

Exciting news from one of the members of NJCMO!

This year, Hudson Partnership CMO received a $125,000 Community Resource Development grant from the New Jersey Department of Children and Families. This grant supports new or existing activities or services through collaboration…

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March 28, 2022

What to Expect When You Work with a CMO

Care Management Organizations are community-based, non-profit organizations that provide face-to-face care management and comprehensive service planning for youth with behavioral health, developmental, or substance use disorders…

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March 7, 2022

The Impact of COVID-19 on Children and What to Think About As We Move Forward

The masks are starting to come off, but the pandemic and the effects of it are still very much present in our lives. If we’ve learned anything over the last two years of loss and devastation, it’s that some effects will continue…

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