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March 6, 2014 at the North Hudson Community Action Corporation’s (NHCAC) monthly coordinators meeting, Joan M. Quigley, President/CEO of NHCAC  (right) presented a check on behalf of the organization for $5,447.95 to Kenese Robinson, CHES, Account Representative, Primary Care Systems, Eastern Division of the American Cancer Society, Inc. (left). Through donations and fundraising throughout the month of October 2013, North Hudson employees joined forces and aided in making strides against breast cancer. North Hudson was presented with an appreciation certificate from the American Cancer Society which  noted, “Because of  you, the American Cancer society is doing the most to help people with breast cancer today in every community and working tirelessly to find cures to end the disease tomorrow.”

  • NHCAC Partnership with CHPRD
  • Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) Office will be hosting a workshop on August 20! See Flyer for details
  • NHCAC Celebrates National Health Center Week! August 10-15
  • Job Placement News: On July 17, 2015 NHCAC in conjunction with Express Employment Professionals are hosting a recruitment event. Click the flyer below for additional details
  • WIC Program 9th Annual Health Fair~Friday, June 26, 2015
  • Job Placement News: Recruitment by BAYADA Home Health Care
  • North Hudson Community Action Corporation Partners with the Center of Hispanic Policy Research and Development (CHPRD)
  • Project SHAPE Achievement Award
  • NHCAC Employee Recognition Program
  • Hoboken Health Center reopens 20 months after Hurricane Sandy
  • American Cancer Society Grant Will Promote Health Equity in Hudson County
  • NHCAC presents a new 'Patient Portal' service for its patients
  • NHCAC presents a check to the American Cancer Society
  • NHCAC unveils new “Homes for Heroes” program
  • Oritani Bank presents a $10K check to NHCAC
  • Check to NHCAC from Horizon
  • Advice for parents preparing kids for a new school year
  • North Hudson Community Action Corporation earns highest accreditation from Joint Commission, nation’s most respected health care accreditation organization
  • North Hudson Community Action Corporation awarded $664,751 by US Department of Veterans Affairs to assist homeless and at-risk vets