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Today over 35,000 people in New Jersey are battling HIV/AIDS. Paterson has one of the highest rates in the state for both substance abuse and HIV/AIDS infection among African American and Hispanic/Latino residents.
About Project C.O.P.E.
A collaborative effort between the Department of Family and Child Studies in the College of Education and Human Services at Montclair State University and more than 30 direct service providers, Project C.O.P.E. has been on the forefront of helping transform the way an economically disadvantaged, urban community is served by increasing the capacity of local community-based organizations. Read More...
About Montclair State University
Project C.O.P.E. began in 2005 with a 5-year federal grant that was awarded to Montclair State University’s Department of Family and Child Studies. The department of Family and Child Studies examines multiple ways of knowing families and individuals over the life course in various socio-cultural contexts. Power, diversity, and social justice are analyzed through an interdisciplinary and critical approach.
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