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Vol. 4 Issue 6 Newton, NJ Monday, June 7, 2010

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Northern Delaware River Region Communities Planning for Future Disasters
The Offices of Emergency Management of Sussex, Warren, Hunterdon and Mercer counties, working jointly, have begun developing Hazard Mitigation Plans for the four-county Northern Delaware River Region and its 85 municipalities. Read More...


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Summer Reading Club at the Sussex County Library
(5/3/2010)
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The Sussex County Library will be providing a free, fun-filled Summer Reading Club again this year! The annual club is a great time for every member of the family and it is the highlight of our summer programming.
Prime Time Seniors Donate to the Social Services Food Pantry
(5/6/2010)
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Fifty-five members of Prime Time Seniors brought food to their monthly meeting at Liberty Towers, in Newton, on May 5, 2010, to donate to the Social Services food pantry.
Vestibular Rehabilitation Q & A
(5/18/2010)
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Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy (VRT) has been demonstrated to be a highly effective treatment for most individuals with vestibular or central balance system disorders.
Learn About the Office of Mosquito Control
(6/7/2010)
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The office uses an Integrated Pest Management approach to controlling mosquitoes. It starts with the philosophy that a multi-faceted prevention and control plan is the most cost-effective and efficient means of controlling mosquito populations.
Human Services in Sussex County
(6/1/2010)
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The Sussex County Department of Human Services is dedicated to serving the County’s most vulnerable residents in an efficient, cost-effective and dignified manner.
Stepping Up for Change: Sussex County Tackles Mental Illness in Community and Jail
(6/1/2010)
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In the 2008 Sussex County Human Services Needs Assessment, there was a consistent theme that emerged, and that theme was a need for coordination between mental health and substance abuse treatment.
May Champions for Charity
(5/24/2010)
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The month of May was a banner month for Champions for Charity as Hopatcong High School, Kittatinny Regional High School and Lenape Valley Regional High School have all joined in the effort to ease hunger in Sussex County.
Public Health Nursing Takes It to the Streets
(6/2/2010)
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The Sussex County Office of Public Health Nursing will be providing health awareness at various locations in the County through their Take It to the Streets program.

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