By Clyde Hughes | AC JosepH Media
WENONAH — Since the summer the National Coalition of 100 Black Women’s Southern New Jersey chapter has been active with various virtual workshops in creating a better community for those living in the region.
On Nov. 16, the chapter held a workshop on saving and investing in the future. The workshop covered consumer insurance options, life insurance choices, retirement strategies at various ages along with investment and savings alternatives.
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The chapter held a workshop on basic money management on Nov. 3 and financial literacy on Oct. 20.
On June 29, NCBW SNJ held a workshop on birth equity and maternal mortality that featured some of the leading African American health professionals in the area in a roundtable discussion.
On July 26 and August 12, the chapter targeted mental health with a workshop titled “Let’s Make Mental Health First Aid as Common as CPR.” That workshop was done in partnership with the Mental Health Association in New Jersey.
NCBW SNJ conducted a suicide prevention workshop on Sept. 16 and Sept. 23 in conjunction with the Mental Health Association in New Jersey.
The chapter in October received the Model Chapter award in October.
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