Over $46 million in funding awarded to schools and communities in the Tri State area.
Wellcore is an educational consulting company that is a leader in writing and securing funding opportunities from a variety of sources to improve the quality of prevention, education, health, and wellness throughout our schools and communities.
Wellcore’s experienced team has a proven track record of success in designing
and implementing programs that support funding objectives.
Tutoring & Learning Pods
Wellcore Consulting has been providing high quality, academic and enrichment programs for schools and communities since 2001. We believe in educating the whole child and improving school climate to support student success.
In addition to core academics, we have extensive experience in social and emotional development, drug and alcohol prevention, and health & wellness programming.
We are committed to maintaining a safe and healthy environment for all staff and clients. In-person tutoring will be made available when necessary and safety precautions such as face coverings, hand washing/sanitizing and disinfecting of shared surfaces will be followed.
What Differentiates Us?
- No registration Fees
- Personalized Services
- Long Term Staff
- Free assessments and introductory meeting
- We offer flexible schedules
- Virtual or In-Person tutoring
- Collaboration with School Districts, Communities and Police Departments.
How Can We Help?
- Foreign Language
- Special Education
- General Education
- College Planning
- Groups of 2-6 children aged 4 and older can be created to meet in your home or rotating homes.
- Our facilitators will help keep students engaged, on track, and provide assistance when needed.
- 2 days, 3 days or 5 days a week options are available.
- Certified Teachers are certified in their subject specialty
- Subject specialists have, at minimum, a Bachelor’s degree in their subject specialty.
- All staff undergo FCRA compliant background checks.
Contact Wellcore for Tutoring and Learning Pod Services today!
In Rockland, Bergen and Westchester Counties
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Wellcore has extensive experience in community coalition building by connecting with multiple sectors of the community in a comprehensive approach to achieve funding and real outcomes. Wellcore collaborates with key community stakeholders such as schools, law enforcement, local government and community to design and implement programs that support goals and objectives of the funding provided.
East Ramapo Partnership
Wellcore, Inc. is excited to announce that in partnership with the East Ramapo Central School District (ERCSD), it has secured a grant from the New York State Education Department to expand learning time as part of the state’s Extended Learning Time initiative championed by Governor Andrew Cuomo. ERCSD is one of only nine districts in the state to be awarded this additional funding, which increases time for core academics while preserving extracurricular activities.
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Wellcore’s foundation is strong partnerships
• Clarkstown Central School District
• East Ramapo Central School District
• Governor Andrew M. Cuomo
• Haworth Public School
• Mahwah Chief of Police James Batelli
• Mahwah Municipal Alliance (MMA)
• Mount Vernon City School District
• New York State Senator David Carlucci
• Newark Public Schools
• Nyack Public Schools
• New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
• Pearl River Central School District
• Pomona Community Hub
• Ramapo Central School District
• Rockland County Dept of Health
• Rockland County Dept of Mental Health
• Rockland County District Attorney’s Office
• Rockland County Sheriff’s Department
• South Orangetown Central School District
• Town of Orangetown
• Town supervisors
• Chiefs of police (countywide)
• Faith-based community
• Local colleges
• Local government
• Local hospitals
Comprehensive Grant Services
Wellcore is expert in all aspects of grant funding—from researching funding opportunities, to implementing, administering, and evaluating grants
- With strong partnerships, Wellcore has successfully designed and implemented grants that have led to funding for extended learning, after-school programs, professional development, youth development opportunities, drug- and alcohol-prevention and more. Learn more about the funding we’ve secured here.
Grant Writing Goals
Wellcore’s skilled writing team has developed a successful system of grant writing to assist communities and schools.
It is Wellcore’s mission:
• To prevent and reduce the incidence of out-of-wedlock adolescent pregnancies
Grant Research and Grant Writing
Wellcore’s stellar team specializes in grant research and grant proposals to secure funds in order to support the goals and mission of schools, organizations, and communities. Assessments are provided for organizations in order to determine funding opportunities available to meet each unique organization’s goals.
Grant Program and Management
Wellcore can serve as grant administrator, providing grant management, fiscal reporting, and oversight, as well as provide for necessary program services.
Wellcore understands the importance of designing, implementing, and evaluating data in order to receive grant funding and carry out grant requirements. Evaluation services from Wellcore will provide and ensure usable data that meets the standards of grants and projects. Data can be used to augment or validate evidence-based approaches that will improve the accuracy and compliance of state and federal grant reporting.
Contact Wellcore for grant writing services for your community.
Wellcore has helped our partners win over $46 million in grants on the local, state and federal level to improve education and wellness, including grants from:
• NYS Education Department
• State Farm Award
• The After School Advantage Grant
• Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
• Project AWARE-Community Grant
• Drug Free Community Support Grant
• Drug Free Community Mentoring Grant
• The Extended Learning Time Grant
• The Community School Initiative Grant
• Office of National Drug Control and Policy
• American Medical Association Grant
• Stop Act Grant
• Youth Advisory Grant
• The New York State Office of Children and Family Services.
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Wellcore’s comprehensive public relations team provides branding campaigns that highlight the excellent work and accomplishments of our clients. Wellcore serves as the communication vehicle among diverse community constituencies, provides and supports social media presence, and works in tandem with client’s existing communications staff or infrastructure.
Wellcore’s team develops effective communications that strengthen positive connection between clients and their community by creating and distributing press releases and promotional materials to local news outlets as well as to community-based organizations, coalitions, and others in a position to get the information directly to families or those that our clients seek to engage.
We Also Offer:
Support Client Apps & Website Presence
(blogging, web page updates, calendar)
Community Outreach & Connection
Other Promotional Materials
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When Wellcore develops customized curricula for schools and institutions we bring together the extensive expertise of our founders—health, mental health, and education professionals—as well as our team of highly qualified specialists and experts to create and implement interactive, effective health curricula that promote mental health, substance abuse prevention, as well as social, emotional, and physical wellbeing.
Our Character Education program for middle school students addresses the underlying emotional motives of bullying and fosters ethical, moral, and pro-social choices. The twelve-part program with versions for 6th, 7th, and 8th graders meets the standards for bullying prevention set forth in New Jersey’s Anti-bullying Bill of Rights and New York’s Dignity for All Students Act. The interactive and engaging lessons get students excited and involved and address the root causes of bullying behavior in order both to thwart antisocial behavior and to contend effectively with bullying.
Contact us to find out how we can develop customized curriculum for your organization.
Wellcore Parent Nights
Host Liability Night
At this seminar, experts including a judge and a lawyer explain current “social host laws,” intended to deter underage drinking, which can affect parents if youth are consuming alcohol at their homes or properties – whether or not the adults provided the alcohol. Participants learn what the risks are and how to avoid liability or worse.
Prescription Drug Trends
Experts such as DEA agents, ER doctors, and adolescent development professionals discuss current trends in prescription drug abuse, and how it has led to heroin use and a rise in youth overdoses. Participants in this workshop will learn about the dangers of prescription drugs and how to safeguard against them.
Is It More Than “Teen Angst”?
Parents who attend this workshop learn how to distinguish between routine “teen angst” and signs of more serious depression. Participants will learn how to decide whether or not it is time to seek help for their children.
This workshop, aimed at parents of pre-teens and young adolescents, explains the basics of what goes on with kids and alcohol, including the dangers of binge drinking. Also addressed is the growing lure of marijuana, which young people today are more likely to see as “no big deal” as it becomes legalized for medical use. Prevention specialists offer facts and discussion tips for effectively talking to children about this topic.
Contact Wellcore if you’d like to schedule a presentation for your school or organization.
Wellcore works with key community stakeholders such as schools, law enforcement, local government, and community members to secure funding opportunities and oversee grants that improve the quality of health throughout the community. Wellcore has been awarded a variety of grants on the state and federal level, such as the prestigious Drug Free Community Support Grant, Drug Free Community Mentoring Grant, and Stop Act Grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Agency and the Office of National Drug Control Policy; and an Extended Learning Time grant from New York State Education Department.
Wellcore’s experienced team has a proven track record of success in designing and implementing programs that support funding objectives. Wellcore also creates and implements research-based educational programs and customized curricula, which address a variety of topics such as substance abuse prevention, mental health, character education and more, in order to support the physical, emotional and social health of communities and schools.
Company Skill Set
A Mission To Increase Awareness To The Community
Established in 2000 under Wellcore, SOCASA, South Orangetown Community Awareness of Substance Abuse adopted the mission to increase awareness of teenage substance abuse between teens, parents, educators and community members in order to promote education and prevention and decrease substance abuse related accidents and fatalities.
Wellcore in the News
Rockland County Coalition for Drug-Free Schools & Communities Presents… Presentation of results of the 2017 County-wide PRIDE Survey given to 8th and 11th grade students in Rockland County public schools This conference is FREE of charge. RSVP requested by April 3. Opening Remarks: Rockland County Executive, Ed Day and District Attorney, Thomas Zugibe PRIDE Survey History: Victoria […]
The Perfect Storm: Battling The Drug Epidemic
Wellcore invites the community to attend “The Perfect Storm: Battling The Drug Epidemic” on January 20, 2016 at 6:30 pm at the Pearl River Hilton in Pearl River, NY to learn about drug trends and how to prevent and understand the behaviors that lead to drug abuse. There will be a panel featuring Rockland County Supervising […]
October Is National Bullying Prevention Awareness Month
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced this week that October is National Bullying Prevention Awareness Month. Bullying is widespread in the United States. In 2013, 20% of U.S. high school students reported being bullied on school property and 15% reported that they were bullied electronically within the past 12 months. Youths who are […]
Distracted Driving + Intoxication = An Accident Waiting to Happen
Distracted driving is already at an all-time high with more than 5,000 people dying each year in vehicle crashes caused by distracted driving, many who were texting and talking on cellphones behind the wheel, and teens especially susceptible to distracted driving. Now, a new study shows that an intoxicated driver whose attention is further distracted by […]
When the Worst Has Happened: Talking to Youth About Suicide
When the worst has happened and someone has lost a friend or loved one to suicide there is little that can be said to comfort them. When explaining the suicide to a child or adolescent, provide truthful information, encourage questions, and offer loving reassurance. Talking honestly about suicide does not give others the idea to […]
National Prescription Drug Take-Back Event Sept 26
September 26 is The Drug Enforcement Administration‘s 10th National Prescription Drug Take-Back. From 10 a.m.-2 p.m. on Saturday, sites will be set up throughout communities nationwide so local residents can return their unwanted, unneeded, or expired prescription drugs for safe disposal. The National Prescription Drug Take-Back addresses a vital public safety and public health issue. Many […]