For more than 40 years dedicated to building healthy families and communities
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Newton, NJ 07860
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National Prevention Week is an annual health observance supported by SAMHSA that celebrates the work that community organizations and individuals do year-round to prevent substance abuse and promote mental, emotional, and behavioral well-being.

August 15th Changing The Face of Addiction Walk A fundraising event to support those in need of counseling services at the Center for Prevention and Counseling 100% OF THE MONIES RAISED WILL GO DIRECTLY TO HELP INDIVIDUALS & FAMILIES IN SUSSEX COUNTY. A Walk in Memory of George and Eric.

June 10th Foreclosure Alternatives Workshop 2:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Individual appointments can be made from 2:00 p.m.— 6:30 p.m. Presentation on Foreclosure Alternatives from 7:00 p.m.— 8:00 p.m. (A light dinner will be provided.)

Wise Program Are you 60 or older and looking for an opportunity to learn how to stay healthy and meet new people? Join us, and bring a friend!


“From Learning to Earning Youth Entrepreneurship Program” CFPC is excited to announce its From Learning to Earning Youth Entrepreneurship program (YEP).

KIDS KNOW WHAT “420” MEANS...DO YOU? On April 20th, make sure kids go to school, attend their extracurricular activities and report home on time. Make it a priority to get involved and ask questions. Remember, it’s parenting, not pestering!

Matters of the Heart Co-dependency group meets on Monday evenings 7:00-8:30.

Talk. They Hear you. As your child becomes curious about alcohol, he or she may turn to you for answers and advice. Use this opportunity to start an open, honest conversation about drinking.

Money Fit Are you working but just can’t find a way to save some money? Have a savings goal but just don’t know how to get started? Then Money Fit might just be for you!

Parents Who Host Lose the Most Logo Facts on Tap about alcohol Start Talking Before they Start Drinking!

Anger Management Class Every Wednesday 6 - 7 p.m.
Call Vicki at 973-383-4787 for more information.