Save the date for the Con-Vivir Wellness Hub Grand Opening on Wednesday, May 27th at 11 AM at 100 S. Second St, Hammonton, NJ.
Bring a friend and take a tour of the new center, enjoy live music, participate in a collaborative art-making project, and more! Light refreshments will be served.
All community members are welcome to attend!
A place to connect, learn, and thrive.
What Does Con-Vivir
Mean For South Jersey?
Learning Well Together A space for culturally accessible instruction in health and healing, relationships, and mindfulness, as well as low cost walk-in counseling available evenings and weekends.
Connecting Well Together A safe place where skilled community navigators help people find the resources they need to thrive and contribute. A space that ensures access regardless of language, poverty, or disability.
Working Well Together A space to foster the training and development of un- and under- employed South Jersey residents who wish to become behavioral health professionals and help address our area’s critical shortage of culturally-informed, Spanish-speaking and American Sign Language-fluent providers.
Thriving Well Together A creative space where community organizations, schools, churches, and arts, cultural and service groups collaborate to help uncover the abilities and potential that lies within each person, and to help them develop new networks of support.
Where We Can Be Together In December 2017 Allies in Caring partnered with New Jersey Community Capital to purchase a building. We now need partners to help us connect, learn & thrive by creating the Con-Vivir Wellness Hub.
Con-Vivir is located in downtown Hammonton, a regional hub that is easily accessible by major roads and public transportation. It is close to schools, Stockton University's Hammonton campus, stores, medical services and jobs.
Who we serve together
Con-Vivir Wellness Hub will be a space of connection for the entire community to share resources. Allies in Caring is committed to including people isolated by poverty, language, culture, race, or conditions such as addiction, mental health challenges, deafness, or autism. We have special expertise in serving Latino, immigrants, and families with members who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing, who will be vital partners in building a culture of wellness and inclusion.