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Roca, Inc.

Chelsea, Massachusetts, United States

Implement an integrated service intervention model targeting high-risk young mothers and their children with intensive case management, life skills, stage-based education and employment, health care and quality childcare

Jan. 1, 2013 - June 30, 2015
$400,000

Roca, Inc.

Chelsea, Massachusetts, United States

Implement an integrated service intervention model targeting high-risk young mothers and their children with intensive case management, life skills, stage-based education and employment, health care and quality childcare

Jan. 1, 2013 - June 30, 2015

Focus Area

Geographic Focus

Massachusetts

Amount

$400,000

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Roca: Creating a brighter future for young mothers and children simultaneously

Roca empowers young mothers in the high-poverty communities of Chelsea, East Boston and Revere, Massachusetts, by providing case management and educational and skills-based programming.

Secure Families

for young mothers and children simultaneously
 

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