SALEM, N.J. – A free, highly interactive session to provide techniques for stress reduction and communication building will be offered by the Salem County Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services – Municipal Alliance Program and Office of Mental Health.
The free training will be held on Tuesday, October 22 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Salem Community College in Donaghay Hall Event Room 106 with parking available in Lot D.
Training will be provided by John Kriger of Kriger Consulting. The goal of the session is to better understand basic causes of stress for individuals, parents, and families while illuminating the increased potential for substance abuse and life imbalance as a result of these stressors. Individuals attending this event will learn how to offset the impact of negative tendencies while developing a rebalancing plan for them and their family.
Registration is encouraged, but not required. To register, contact Victoria Maurizio by calling (856) 935-7510 ext. 8449 or email: email@example.com
- New Jersey Department of Human Services Announces $15 Million in Summer Camp Grants
- Bridgeton Public Schools to Hold Town Hall Event Regarding Reopening
- Gov. Murphy: ‘There’s a Chance’ Schools Won’t Have Mask Mandates for 2021-22 Academic Year