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HFNJ Funded Mom2Mom/Autism Speaks/WHO Project Featured at United Nations

This video features the testimony of Mom2Mom peer mom Karen Rebaza as she addresses the United Nations Economic & Social Council on UN World Autism Day, April 3, 2019.   Ms. Rebaza talks about her experience as a peer mom/trainer of other mothers of children with Autism  Spectrum Disorder, and what the project has meant to them all.  Bravo to Karen and all her colleagues at Rutgers UBHC’s Mom2Mom and at Autism Speaks for their incredible and very important work.

Steve Adubato goes on-location to the Healthcare Foundation of New Jersey to talk with Marsha Atkind, Executive Director & CEO, Healthcare Foundation of New Jersey, about bullying between youth and teens, the prevalence of cyber bullying and ways to stop the cycle of abuse.

The Healthcare Foundation of New Jersey approved a grant to the Caucus Educational Corp. to examine abuse in all its forms with a series of on-air and online programs and interviews.

The Healthcare Foundation of New Jersey was proud to partner with Jonathan Littman and his family to provide seed money and operating and expansion funding for this wonderful program.

In 2016, The Healthcare Foundation of New Jersey celebrated our 20th anniversary by awarding 20 grants of $20,000, to be used at the discretion of the receiving organizations. CPNJ received one of these awards and opted to use the funds to install a pool lift system at their Horizon High School in Livingston.

HFNJ is proud to have supported the NJSO for this program that promotes healing through music for patients, staff and caregivers in Essex County.

CPNJ’s Horizon School in Livingston does amazing work with children who have cerebral palsy and other serious neurological, physical, and developmental challenges.  HFNJ is pleased and proud to help through our granting.

HFNJ’s support of the Caucus Education Corporation facilitates discussions of healthcare issues such as this one, which explores access to mental health services in the greater Newark region.

Last modified: April 5, 2019