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Name of the Organization
CARE
Contact Person
Tempestt S. Latham
Job Title
Project Coordinator
Contact phone
4752277322
E-mail
lathamt3@southernct.edu
Website
http://https://www.carenhv.org/projects
Interest
Health, Advocacy
Description Interest
To enhance ongoing efforts to improve the health of residents in New Haven’s lowest-income neighborhoods.

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