To enable social justice and human dignity to be manifest in the policies and institutions governing victims of crime and offenders, as well as individuals in need of social services, through rehabilitative, educational, and legislative programs.
NJAC currently serves individuals and
families affected by domestic violence, sexual assault, incarceration, HIV/AIDS and other health challenges in seven NJ counties.
Ansley was very helpful! I gave him a lot of information about many changes we are considering and challenges we have and he was able to focus the conversation in a way that was engaging and extremely helpful! Thank you!
I had a great conversation with Julie. She was very open to new ideas and I would definitely work with her again.