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Focus on Access at NewBridge Parsippany Center Open House

Wednesday, March 02, 2016
(left to right) Frank Cahill of the Parsippany Area Chamber of Commerce, Nicolas Limanov, of the Chamber of Commerce, Eva Turbiner,of Zufall Health, Robert J. Peluso, of the Parsippany-Troy Hills Council, NewBridge CEO Robert Parker, and Tom Williams cut the ceremonial ribbon at NewBridge. The staff of NewBridge welcomed local business leaders, government leaders and members of the public to the grand opening of NewBridge Parsippany Center. The 15,320 square-foot-center provides mental health counseling, educational services, addiction treatment and wellness programs for the community.

(left to right) Frank Cahill of the Parsippany Area Chamber of Commerce, Nicolas Limanov of the Chamber of Commerce, Zufall Health President and CEO Eva Turbiner, Parsippany Council Vice President Robert J. Peluso, NewBridge CEO Robert Parker, and Tom Williams of the Parsippany Economic Development Committee cut the ceremonial ribbon at the NewBridge Parsippany Center open house.

 

NewBridge CEO Robert Parker  (left) welcomes  local business leaders, government leaders and members of the public to the grand opening of NewBridge Parsippany Center. The 15,320 square-foot-center provides mental health counseling, educational services, addiction treatment and wellness programs for the community.

NewBridge CEO Robert Parker (left) welcomes local business leaders, government leaders and members of the public to the open house at the NewBridge Parsippany Center. 

Attendees listen to NewBridge CEO Robert Parker speak at  the grand opening of NewBridge Parsippany Center. The 15,320 square-foot-center provides mental health counseling, educational services, addiction treatment and wellness programs for the community.

Attendees listen to NewBridge CEO Robert Parker speak at the NewBridge Parsippany Center open house. The 15,320 square-foot-center provides mental health counseling, educational services, addiction treatment and wellness programs for the community.

Mario Cardinale, interim superintendent of the Bloomingdale school district, speaks as the staff of NewBridge welcomed local business leaders, government leaders and members of the public to the grand opening of NewBridge Parsippany Center. The 15,320 square-foot-center provides mental health counseling, educational services, addiction treatment and wellness programs for the community.

Mario Cardinale, interim superintendent of the Bloomingdale school district, speaks at the NewBridge Parsippany Center open house.

 

Mayor James R. Barberio spoke at the grand opening of NewBridge Parsippany Center. The 15,320 square-foot-center provides mental health counseling, educational services, addiction treatment and wellness programs for the community.

Mayor James R. Barberio spoke at the NewBridge Parsippany Center open house. The 15,320 square-foot-center provides mental health counseling, educational services, addiction treatment and wellness programs for the community.

(left to right) Alan S. Golub  joined NewBridge CEO Robert Parker, Robert J. Peluso, the Council Vice President of the Twp. of Parsippany Troy Hills,  Frank Cahill, of the Parsippany Area Chamber of Commerce, and Tom Williams, of the Parsippany Economic Development Committee, as the staff of NewBridge welcomed local business leaders, government leaders and members of the public to the grand opening of NewBridge Parsippany Center. The 15,320 square-foot-center provides mental health counseling, educational services, addiction treatment and wellness programs for the community.

(left to right) Alan S. Golub joined NewBridge CEO Robert Parker, Robert J. Peluso, the Council Vice President of the Twp. of Parsippany Troy Hills, Frank Cahill, of the Parsippany Area Chamber of Commerce, and Tom Williams.

(left to right) Frank Cahill, of the Parsippany Chamber of Commerce, met with NewBridge CEO Robert Parker and Tom Williams, of the Parsippany Economic Development Committee,  as the staff of NewBridge welcomed local business leaders, government leaders and members of the public to the grand opening of NewBridge Parsippany Center. The 15,320 square-foot-center provides mental health counseling, educational services, addiction treatment and wellness programs for the community.

(left to right) Frank Cahill, of the Parsippany Chamber of Commerce, met with NewBridge CEO Robert Parker and Tom Williams, of the Parsippany Economic Development Committee.

Robert Parker with Russ Hall, chair of the Housing Alliance of Morris County.The staff of NewBridge welcomed local business leaders, government leaders and members of the public to the grand opening of NewBridge Parsippany Center. The 15,320 square-foot-center provides mental health counseling, educational services, addiction treatment and wellness programs for the community.

Robert Parker with Russ Hall, chair of the Housing Alliance of Morris County, at the NewBridge Parsippany Center open house.

Amy Shepard (center) gives a tour of the newly opened NewBridge Parsippany Center. The 15,320 square-foot-center provides mental health counseling, educational services, addiction treatment and wellness programs for the community.

Amy Sheppard (center) gives a tour of the NewBridge Parsippany Center. 

Zufall Health's Highlands Health Van was also located outside of the grand opening of NewBridge Parsippany Center. The 15,320 square-foot-center provides mental health counseling, educational services, addiction treatment and wellness programs for the community.

Zufall Health’s Highlands Health Van was available for tours.

Janice Christensen (left) and Keith German, both of Fulton Bank of NJ, present a check to NewBridge CEO Robert Parker. The staff of NewBridge welcomed local business leaders, government leaders and members of the public to the grand opening of NewBridge Parsippany Center. The 15,320 square-foot-center provides mental health counseling, educational services, addiction treatment and wellness programs for the community.

Janice Christensen (left) and Keith German, both of Fulton Bank of New Jersey, present a check to NewBridge CEO Robert Parker. 

NewBridge CEO Robert Parker speaks as the staff of NewBridge welcomed local business leaders, government leaders and members of the public to the grand opening of NewBridge Parsippany Center. The 15,320 square-foot-center provides mental health counseling, educational services, addiction treatment and wellness programs for the community.

NewBridge CEO Robert Parker speaks at the NewBridge Parsippany Center open house.

Zufall Health Eva Turner speaks at the public to the grand opening of NewBridge Parsippany Center. The 15,320 square-foot-center provides mental health counseling, educational services, addiction treatment and wellness programs for the community.

Zufall Health President and CEO Eva Turner speaks at the NewBridge Parsippany Center open house.

Robert Parker listens as Morris County Freeholder Director Kathy DeFilippo speaks at  the grand opening of NewBridge Parsippany Center. The 15,320 square-foot-center provides mental health counseling, educational services, addiction treatment and wellness programs for the community.

Robert Parker listens as Morris County Freeholder Director Kathy DeFilippo speaks at NewBridge Parsippany Center open house. 

Robert Parker listens as Morris County Freeholder Director Kathy DeFilippo speaks at  the grand opening of NewBridge Parsippany Center. The 15,320 square-foot-center provides mental health counseling, educational services, addiction treatment and wellness programs for the community.

Robert Parker listens as Morris County Freeholder Director Kathy DeFilippo speaks at the NewBridge Parsippany Center open house.

Robert Parker listens as Parsippany Mayor James R. Barberio speaks at  the grand opening of NewBridge Parsippany Center. The 15,320 square-foot-center provides mental health counseling, educational services, addiction treatment and wellness programs for the community.

Robert Parker listens as Parsippany Mayor James R. Barberio speaks at the open house ceremony at NewBridge Parsippany Center.

(left to right) Parsippany Mayor James R. Barberio, NewBridge CEO Robert Parker and Freeholder Director Kathy DeFillippo. The staff of NewBridge welcomed local business leaders, government leaders and members of the public to the grand opening of NewBridge Parsippany Center. The 15,320 square-foot-center provides mental health counseling, educational services, addiction treatment and wellness programs for the community.

(left to right) Parsippany Mayor James R. Barberio, NewBridge CEO Robert Parker and Freeholder Director Kathy DeFillippo. 

Morris County Freeholder Director Kathy DeFillippo gets a tour of the NewBridge Parsippany Center. The staff of NewBridge welcomed local business leaders, government leaders and members of the public to the grand opening of NewBridge Parsippany Center. The 15,320 square-foot-center provides mental health counseling, educational services, addiction treatment and wellness programs for the community.

Morris County Freeholder Director Kathy DeFillippo gets a tour of the NewBridge Parsippany Center. 

Morris County Freeholder Director Kathy DeFillippo (center) gets a tour of the NewBridge Parsippany Center from Amy Sheppard (left)  and CEO Robert Parker. The staff of NewBridge welcomed local business leaders, government leaders and members of the public to the grand opening of NewBridge Parsippany Center. The 15,320 square-foot-center provides mental health counseling, educational services, addiction treatment and wellness programs for the community.

Morris County Freeholder Director Kathy DeFillippo (center) gets a tour of the NewBridge Parsippany Center from Amy Sheppard (left) and CEO Robert Parker. 

Health care professionals, government leaders and area residents attended an open house on March 1 at NewBridge Parsippany Center, which provides mental health counseling, addiction treatment and wellness programs to the community.

“Access to quality, affordable behavioral health care remains one of the biggest challenges in our state and the nation’s health care systems,” NewBridge Services CEO Robert L. Parker said. “We are happy to be addressing that issue here in the greater Parsippany area.”

NewBridge’s 15,320-square-foot center in the Troy Office Centre on Route 46 has 20 counseling rooms and spacious group therapy rooms. Located near routes 80 and 287, the center is also home to NewBridge Jobs Plus, a free program that has helped more than 1,000 young adults earn their high school diplomas and prepare for careers.

Parsippany Mayor James Barberio and Council Vice President Robert Peluso led a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Fulton Bank of New Jersey, the event sponsor, donated $2,500 to NewBridge Jobs Plus.

“Having this reputable nonprofit in Parsippany is a real benefit for our residents,’’ Barberio said. “I want to do my part to get the word out about all the wonderful counseling and educational services NewBridge has provided to communities for more than 50 years.”

Guests had the opportunity to tour the center and Zufall Health’s Highlands Health Van, which visits NewBridge twice a month to provide medical care to Parsippany area residents, including NewBridge clients.

“True wellbeing requires a healthy body and a healthy mind, so NewBridge partnered with Zufall Health to provide affordable, quality medical care as well as behavioral health care,’’ Parker said.

“There’s great mutual respect between Zufall and NewBridge,’’ said Zufall President and CEO Eva Turbiner, one of the guest speakers at the open house. “We believe that integrating primary medical and behavioral health brings benefits for all,” she said. “This patient-centered, collaborative approach is designed to improve health outcomes.”

For more information about the services NewBridge offers throughout Morris, Passaic and Sussex counties, visit newbridge.org or call 973-316-9333.

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