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The Self-Sufficiency project is launching a new program to raise awareness of the impact of child trauma

Newton, NJ (July 23, 2021) – The Self-Sufficiency project has launched PACEs, a new initiative dedicated to raising awareness of the impact of childhood trauma with the goal of preventing adverse childhood experiences. To see also : The request could not be satisfied. The agency invites professionals, teachers, parents, health care providers and carers to attend the kick-off lunch, on Thursday, July 29.th, at noon, with New Jersey Office of Resilience Executive Director David Ellis and pediatric and family therapist Kris Imbrie.

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CCM builds on its mission as the # 1 New Jersey Community College

Randolph, NJ: Going through the other side of the pandemic, County College of Morris (CCM) is ready to continue to change lives and strengthen …

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