9th of March 2017
Transforming Lives Together: Winter 2017 Newsletter
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24th of February 2017
Best Kid-Friendly Movies to Watch Together!

Families are always looking for fun things to do with each other, especially on the weekends! This is a popular time of year for award shows, and what better way to tie Hollywood into your weekend plans than with a movie marathon?  Enjoy these movies — or perhaps one of your childhood favorites — with […]

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15th of February 2017
Local Girl Scouts Help Robins’ Nest Through Silver Award Project

Two local Girl Scouts, Amanda McNally and Erika Adamson, dedicated their Silver Award service project to helping out the girls living at our Pettirosso Community Home.  Together, Amanda and Erika created and donated 18 quilts, 10 quilted Christmas stockings, 30 bracelets, handwritten note cards, and 5 garden stones to the girls living at Pettirosso.  The […]

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17th of January 2017
Robins’ Nest Opens New Office Location in Vineland

Robins’ Nest Inc. recently opened a new office location in Vineland, NJ, to accommodate staff working within the Children’s Mobile Response and Stabilization Services program. The new location, located at 1350 Southwest Boulevard, opened Friday, January 13, and will serve as an administrative space for Robins’ Nest staff. The expansion is due to an increase […]

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Robins’ Nest Welcomes New Chief Operating Officer

Melissa D. Fox has joined Robins’ Nest Inc. as the organization’s new Chief Operating Officer. Melissa is a dynamic, results-driven professional with a distinguished 20+ year career providing operational leadership and strategic growth and development for diverse community-based programming. This includes a Home Health Assessment program which provided short-term case management services, mental health and […]

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12th of January 2017
National Mentoring Month: A Mentor’s Perspective

January is National Mentoring Month! This annual campaign to promote youth mentoring across the United States was established in 2002. Robins’ Nest currently offers two youth mentoring programs, our Adolescent Mentoring Program, which matches mentors with youth living in Camden, Cumberland, Gloucester, and Salem counties who are involved with the Division of Child Protection and […]

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20th of December 2016
A Season of Giving: Volunteering at Robins’ Nest

By: Alyssa Tritschler, Volunteer and Community Partnership Coordinator — Glassboro Family Success Center It’s the holiday season… During the holiday season, the debate of “is it better to give or receive” tends to arise frequently. What many people don’t realize is the possibility of both. It’s that gray area (or that red, green, or blue area […]

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23rd of November 2016
National Adoption Month: An Interview with Foster, Kinship, and Adoption Staff

Liz Roberts, a therapist in our Foster, Kinship, and Adoption Counseling Services, and Lori Jalkiewicz, Program Director for Foster, Kinship, and Adoption Counseling Services, talk about the role of Foster, Kinship, and Adoption staff and provide some insight on the adoption process. What made you pursue working in Foster, Kinship, and Adoption Counseling Services (FKA)? Liz: […]

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17th of November 2016
Celebrating National Adoption Month

By: Lori Jalkiewicz, LCSW, Program Director, Foster, Kinship and Adoption Counseling Services November is National Adoption Month, an exciting time for our staff in the Foster, Kinship and Adoption Counseling Services.  National Adoption Month was created to raise awareness for children and youth who remain in foster care while waiting for permanent families. Did you […]

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16th of November 2016
Whatever It Takes: A New Staff Member’s Perspective

By: Alyssa Tritschler, Glassboro Family Success Center Like many individuals beginning a new chapter of their lives, a number of emotions can take control of your body. Whether you are beginning a new career, moving to a new city, falling in love and committing yourself to marriage, or beginning any milestone, it can be difficult […]

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