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1.The Care Plus Foundation Announces Virtual Event for 23rd Annual Courage Awards Gala
Event to Honor Bergen County NAACP and CarePlus NJ IDEA Committee for Commitments to Social Justice with Theme “Courage to Unite”  
by Post on 06/05 03:27PM - Story - 311 Hits
2.Region’s most preferred orthopedic practice to sponsor local charity bike ride
Tri-County Orthopedics sponsoring Bike4Chai fundraiser for children, families in crisis CEDAR KNOLLS, N.J. (June 2021) – The region’s most preferred, recognized and awarded orthopedic practice – Tri-County Orthopedics – is providing sponsorship for this year’s annual Bike4Chai charity bike ride.
by Post on 06/05 03:20PM - Story - 189 Hits
3.Make-A-Wish New Jersey and New York Giants Legend Eli Manning Surprise Wish Family During Ceremony Honoring their Daughter
Penny’s Wish to Give to Tackle Kids Cancer at Hackensack Meridian Children’s Health Granted Monroe Township, NJ – April 14, 2021 – On Tuesday, April 13, during a private ceremony, Make-A-Wish New Jersey posthumously honored the wish of 2 ½ year-old Penelope (Penny), who recently passed away after her courageous ...
by Post on 04/14 09:01PM - Story - 579 Hits
4.Kitten Season is Anything but Cute for Animal Shelters
Best Friends Animal Society Offers Tips on How You Can Help What may sound cute to the general public causes a shudder every year among animal shelter staff across the country. “Kitten Season,” as it’s known in the animal welfare field, starts each spring and lasts through fall. Like the term implies, it’s the time of year when un-spayed female cats ...
by Post on 04/08 07:11PM - Story - 349 Hits
5.BERKELEY COLLEGE PROFESSOR VALUES RESPONSIVE APPROACH, EARLY ADAPTATION OF ONLINE LEARNING
, AND EMPATHY IN MANAGING CHANGE DURING PANDEMIC In this article by Professor Byron K. Hargrove, PhD, Professor of Social Sciences, Berkeley College Division of General Education, and Director, Berkeley College Honors Program, Hargrove writes about what he has learned teaching college students during the COVID-19 pandemic.
by Post on 03/23 03:36PM - Story - 379 Hits
6.February is for Felines: Best Friends Animal Society Offers Tips to Keep Your Pet Healthy During National Cat Health Month
They are the purr that heals, the curtain ninja that entertains, the in-house Zen master. They are the cats we invite into our homes and in February the spotlight is on their well-being during National Cat Health Month. 
by Post on 02/04 02:35PM - Story - 410 Hits
7.Hackensack Meridian Health Honors the Life & Legacy of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
New Jersey’s Largest Health Network Hosts Virtual Symposium to Inspire Action and Change, Announce Diversity and Inclusion Strategies for 2021; Part of Year-Round Effort to Close Disparities and Inequality in Health Care
by Post on 01/19 04:58PM - Story - 673 Hits
8.Care After COVID
Valley Program to Address Persistent Symptoms Associated with COVID-19 Infection Valley Health System has launched Care After COVID, a program specifically designed to assist individuals struggling with lingering symptoms associated with COVID-19.
by Post on 01/15 03:46PM - Story - 473 Hits
9.Best Friends Animal Society Offers 9 Tips to Keep Your Pets Safe During the First COVID-19 Holiday Season
COVID-19 cases continue to surge around the country, so this year’s holiday season may be quieter than usual. Gone are the guests, but there are still plenty of seasonal things that can be troublesome for your pets. Human holiday traditions such as food, decorations and plants that may seem harmless ...
by Post on 12/08 10:25PM - Story - 426 Hits
10.Local Charities to Receive $1.5 Million as a Result of the ShopRite LPGA Classic Presented by Acer
More than $36 million has been donated to area hospitals, food banks, education and youth programs since 1992, when ShopRite became title sponsor of the event
by Post on 10/16 09:04PM - Story - 694 Hits
11.Media Gallery
... Hackensack University Medical Center was honored as one of the top three hospitals in New Jersey working with the Make-A-Wish®Foundation to benefit children facing life-threatening illnesses. Pictured left to right: Stacy Kreizman, vice president for Program Services, Make-A-Wish® New Jersey, and Maureen Keating, vice president of the Joseph M. Sanzari ...
by Post on 12/29 05:53PM - Media Gallery - 667 Hits
12.15th Annual Courage Awards Gala
... raffle. The Annual Courage Awards Gala celebration and recognition of individuals who are champions of courage in the fight to eradicate the stigma of mental illness honorees include: Mary Ann Uzzi, Julia Orlando, Nancy Schuring, and James Lecesne. The 2013 Bernard Dubnick Scholarship recipients will also be recognized. Tickets are ...
by on 05/29 12:00AM - evList - 1,974 Hits
13.Valley Hospital Mental Health Talk
... 7:00pm, the Paramus Public Library will host a talk by The Valley Hospital on the most common diagnoses, risk factors and warning signs of mental illness. This event is free and open to the public with first come seating. The Paramus Public Library is located at 116 E. Century Rd. ...
by on 05/22 12:00AM - evList - 1,672 Hits
14.Health Series at Paramus Library
... In "Concerned about Someone's Mental Wellness?" on Wednesday, May 22 at 7;00pm, Jamisin Saracino, M.A. will discuss how to identify and understand signs of mental illness, how it impacts an individual and their support system, and information on resources. This event is part of the Paramus Mayor's Wellness Campaign. The ...
by on 04/22 12:00AM - evList - 2,987 Hits
15.Inaugural Charity Golf Outing
Care Plus Foundation’s mission to decrease the stigma of mental illness and pave the way for access to care serves as the backdrop for a golf outing being held at White Beeches Golf and Country Club in Haworth
by on 10/15 12:00AM - evList - 2,236 Hits
16.Gordon, Wagner & Eustace Call For Justice For Gabrielle Reuveni Who Was Killed By Man With History Of Trouble With Police
... bothered to research) you see a person that once was a respectable and contributing member of society with a thriving business. Then, due to mental illness everything in his life has fallen apart and the same system and legislators have done nothing to help a person who appears to have ...
by Jorge dela Selva on 08/09 08:02PM - Story > Comment - 0 Hits
17.Obama's Half-Billion-Dollar Crony Drug Deal
... have serious side effects in those that are healthy. Interesting note is Siga's product was used successfully in three cases where the vaccine caused serious illness. The CDC considers just one case of smallpox to be a national emergency and cleanup would be economically devastating. A good read on the ...
by Dee L on 11/16 01:27PM - Story > Comment - 0 Hits
18.Revitalization of Paramus American Legion Post # 207, Paramus, NJ
American Legion Post to Expand Services to the Paramus Community
by Michele Steinmetz on 12/19 12:00AM - evList - 5,214 Hits
19.6th Annual Indoor Tennis Benefit
BEGIN FULFILLING YOUR NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTIONS - Court Time Available for Care Plus Foundation Tennis Benefit
by Care Plus on 01/03 12:00AM - evList - 2,403 Hits
20.2nd Annual Care Plus Ride for Wellness
Care Plus Foundation will host its 2ndAnnual Ride for Wellness on September 13, 2008 at Darlington Park, Mahwah NJ. The event brings together all levels of cyclists for an enjoyable day of riding, celebration and fundraising in support of those suffering with mental health issues and to raise awareness of ...
by Paramus Post on 09/13 12:00AM - evList - 3,174 Hits
21.11th Annual Courage Awards Dinner and Silent Auction
The Paramus-based Care Plus Foundation will honor five individuals that have worked to decrease the stigma of mental illness at its 11th Annual Courage Awards Dinner. The dinner, which is accompanied by a silent auction and raffle, is the Foundation’s largest annual fundraiser.
by careplus on 06/18 12:00AM - evList - 816 Hits
22.FOOD SAFETY
... Vessey & Co., one of the California's largest spinach growers in Imperial Valley, helped draft the voluntary marketing agreement designed to prevent outbreaks of food-borne illness like the E. coli contamination that lead to a $100 million loss for the state's spinach industry. CNS Photo by Laura Embry. Read the ...
by Sophie Stone on 03/14 05:54AM - Media Gallery - 1,061 Hits
23.Mike Thompson
... on the desk. He talks to a woman carrying a brief case labeled:\'Food and Drug Administration.\' He says: \'Refresh my memory. Doesn\'t this latest food-borne iillness episode underscore some inexplicable limit to your authority?\' She says: \'I can\'t recall.\' He says: \'I seem to remember meaning to correct some glaring ...
by Paramus Post on 09/21 07:35AM - Media Gallery - 1,553 Hits
24.ALFRESCO INSPECTION
Outdoor eating raises food-borne illness risk, but it’s not hard to keep diners safe. CNS Photo Illustration by Cristina Martinez Byvik, Nelvin Cepeda and Michael Price. Read the story
by Paramus Post on 05/05 01:06PM - Media Gallery - 1,543 Hits
25.4 Miler at Garret Mountain to Benefit St. Joseph's Children's Hopsita
SaxBST is hosting the fourth annual 4 Miler at Garret Mountain on Sept. 12. 100% of donations will benefit St. Joseph's Children's Hospital.
by Anonymous on 12/31 07:00PM - evList - 3 Hits
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