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Free Community Webinar to Cope With Pandemic

Tuesday, September 15, 2020

Flyer for Free Community Webinar on coping with the pandemic.
NewBridge Services is proud to offer a FREE community webinar:

Maintaining Emotional Wellness During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Skills to reduce stress and build resilience

Monday, September 28, 2020, 6:30 pm.

The free community webinar will cover:

  • Mental health and substance abuse facts/figures
  • Effects of the pandemic on behavioral health
  • Effects of the pandemic on youth and families
  • Ways to cope
  • Returning to school
  • Resources

Join NewBridge Service for this informative event, which includes a Q&A session. Register here.  

Hosted by NewBridge staff members:

Beth Jacobson, director of Community Response and Education

Derk Replogle, director of Addiction Services

Participation is limited; Registration is required.

About NewBridge 

NewBridge Services, a 501c(3) nonprofit, is a leading provider of counseling services, housing and educational programs in northern New Jersey serving nearly 8,000 adults and seniors last year alone. NewBridge treats mental illnesses and addictions; teaches skills for coping with stress, grief and challenging relationships; helps children who have been abused and neglected — and their families — heal; builds and manages affordable housing; offers school-based programs that teach children and adolescents resiliency skills for healthy emotional development; helps young adults succeed in their education and prepare for careers; and supports seniors so they can remain independent. Throughout its 57-year history, NewBridge has remained true to its mission of bringing balance to people’s lives by tracking shifts in communities’ needs and providing innovative, effective programs to meet them.

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