Thursday, February 21, 2013
CAE Grant Awarded:
CJH is 1 of 9 recipients for the 2012-2014 Competitive Abstinence Education Grant Program (CAE) awards. At-risk teens from among ten (10) NC counties will participate in a voluntary abstinence education program. The project goal is to reduce the number of unplanned pregnancies in high-risk areas. Curricula to be offered must be medically sound and age appropriate. Participants are adolescents who are most at risk for unintended pregnancies including those in Foster care, homeless, LGBTQ, reside in rural areas with high rates among peers, and minority groups. Community partners include youth-serving nonprofits, colleges, and faith-based organizations.
CJH welcomes Mrs. Harriett Pavon-Rosado as Training and Site Coordinator for the CAE program. She offers curriculum and leadership training for teens and staff.
Our offices have moved -- now located at 2016 Cameron Street, Raleigh, NC. [York Building at Cameron Village]. The mailing address remains the same at P.O. Box 14264, Raleigh, NC 27620-4264.
We are currently in our 15th anniversary year through November 30th. (2012-2013)
CJH celebrated its 14th anniversary year - Dec 1, 2011 to 2012
August 2011 - Smokey Robinson concert (Asheville); Women of Color caucus training for NC Coalition Against Domestic Violence.
July 2011 - Sheraton/Koury Convention Center - fireworks viewed from residence on 21st floor.
June 2011 - Ten (10) NFL tickets: ATL vs TB (friends, family, staff).
May 2011 - ACF Grantee Meeting (Baltimore) for Healthy Marriage/Fatherhood projects.
April 2011 - Arlington meeting for GU; *We Are 1 conference (Durham).
March 2011- Diana Ross concert (ten (10) staff, colleagues, friends, family.
February 2011- Staff meeting and lunch at Frankie's Amuzement Park.
January 2011! - Sixteen (16) tickets purchased for Women's Empowerment (family, friends, staff).
December 2010 - Local staff attends AENC Trade show - Halifax staff enjoys lunch and film (For Colored Girls) - dinner at ANGUS Barn courtesy of NCCAA.
CJH celebrated its 12th anniversary year:
November 2010 - Began 13th year of CJH company and services.
October 2010 - Began 5th Year of Healthy Marriage grant project.
September 2010 - Domestic Violence workshops (Virginia and Florida) - all staff.
August 2010 - Open House, Healthy Marriage MATTERS Project, 5 - 7pm.
July 2010 - CJH made $1,000 contribuiton to A Chorus in Miracles.
April 2010 . *Underwriting activities for women's social/educational group events.
March 2010 - Party in TAMPA.
February 2010 - CJH office opens in Roanoke Rapids.
January 2010 - Photos with Judge Glenda Hatchett.
- New 12th Anniversary folders and stickers with every mailing.
December 2009 - Celebratory Party Saturday, December 19, 2009.
Stay Informed Of Grant Opportunities
Browsing ‘grants-gov’ periodically and even daily will keep interested persons up-to-date on new initiatives and programs as well as recurring cycles of existing grants .
CJH is an active member of the following organizations:
• NC Coalition Against Domestic Violence
• TN Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence
• Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce
• Fathers and Families Coalition of America
• NC Community Action Association
• Grant Professionals Association
Healthy Marriage News
Check out Healthy Marriage MATTERS webpages describing the five year “Healthy Marriage Demonstration Grant” initiative awarded to CJH by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services- Office of Family Assistance (2006 - 2011).
What are the benefits of a healthy marriage?
For more information on this federal initiative, visit the following websites:
TV Judge Speaks to Parents
CJH was one of several sponsors to host Judge Glenda Hatchett for the 1st annual Parent Summit . The event was held at Halifax Community College in Weldon . NC on Saturday, January 16, 2010. The summit was tailored for parents of children in the school system and local grant programs such as Healthy Marriage MATTERS"'healthy relationships" and ASPIRE "abstinence education". However, the public was welcome. Both grants served teenagers and were funded by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
serving high-need populations.