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"Using GIS to Evaluate Post-Release Prisoner Services in Newark, New Jersey"
Jeff Mellow, Melinda D. Schlager, and Joel M. Caplan. Journal of Criminal Justice 36(5), September-October 2008, pp. 416-426.
"This study utilized Geographic Information System (GIS) to assess the size, demographic characteristics, and needs of the Newark, New Jersey parolee population with the availability, location, and characteristics of health and human service agencies servicing their needs." Rutgers-restricted Access
Michael Simmons. Thesis (Ph.D.) Rutgers University New Brunswick, 2015.
"This dissertation investigates the ability of two service treatment systems—one focusing on a lifestyles and the other on a life-chances perspective—have in addressing barriers to self-sufficiency faced by homeless clients enrolled in the Newark (New Jersey) Department of Health and Human Services (NDHHS) Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) homeless program. "
Joseph R. Gibbons. Ph.D Thesis. State University of New York at Albany, 2014.
"[N]onprofit community-based organizations (CBOs) have gained an increasingly central role in providing basic services to the urban needy. As of yet, there has been no systematic study to explore how segregation impacts the operation of CBOs. This dissertation employs a mixed methods research strategy to examine CBOs in Northern New Jersey to determine how the city and neighborhood effects of segregation impacts the operation of these organizations." Available?
The Newark Historical Society has the records of the Society, including the Society's administrative records as well as reports from some of the auxiliary groups. Documents include minutes, financial records, a casebook, scrapbooks, work order books and correspondence.
One page report, circa 1903. The Neighborhood House was opened by the Newark Social Settlement Association in 1905. "The 'Ironbound District' has been chosen for the first settlement partly because of its cosmopolitan nature and partly because it is the heart of the great factory district."
Antoinette Fried. The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 322, March 1959, pp. 38-46.
"Fuld Neighborhood House in Newark, New Jersey, has for the past two summers sponsored a Work Camp Project in an attempt to combat delinquent trends by offering teen-agers both paid work in accordance with their abilities and the guidance and leadership of trained social workers."