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NewBridge Services, Inc.
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Yikes! Nearly four in 10 New Jersey households can't afford basic necessities according to the United Way's most recent ALICE report.
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“We’re about to have the largest older population we’ve ever had, which is going to need exponentially more care than has ever been needed before. And we’re not prepared,” said Ai-jen Poo, co-director of Caring Across Generations, an organization working to expand long-term care services across the U.S.
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New federal funding intended to improve behavioral healthcare will allow local agencies to hire additional psychologists, expand addiction treatment and build partnerships with hospitals and clinics.
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The state Department of Human Services has resumed oversight of community mental health care.
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NewBridge completed six apartments in Clifton geared for families dealing with mental illness.
“These families have been through so much, and this housing will provide stability and safety that they’ve been lacking,” said NewBridge Services Acting Director of Real Estate Amy Rastiello. “Now they’ll have a place to call home, space for themselves, and a brighter future for their kids.”
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It's #NationalBullyingPreventionAwarenessMonth. Watch this boy clearly explain bullying for the benefit of other kids. Worth sharing with your children or grandchildren.
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Meet NewBridge's newest trustees including a former client.
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Excerpt: For many, the damage to mental processing is akin to what's seen with a traumatic brain injury, in a condition called mild cognitive impairment — or even with Alzheimer's disease.
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Today is National Depression Screening Day. If you’re concerned, the Anxiety and Depression Association of America offers a free, confidential screening. Click on the link below.
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