In Our Hands: Breaking the Cycle of Despair

May 1990
Nonprofit World;May/Jun90, Vol. 8 Issue 3, p13
Focuses on how New Community Corporation (NCC) is bringing hope and dignity to inner-city residents in Newark, New Jersey by helping them to help themselves. Partnership with Hartz Mountain Industries Inc. and the Leonard N. Stern Foundation to construct the NCC House, a transitional housing complex for homeless families; How the organization was formed; Challenges encountered by the organization and how it has overcome them to alleviate core problems in the city; Offering of infant care programs through then Babyland Nursery project; Benefits of the Housing and Vocational Empowerment (HAVE) program.


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