Sponsored by the American Legion Women’s Auxiliary Unit Post #87 Your child will be sent a personal letter from Santa on special holiday stationary with unique envelope stamping – and a special gift from the North Pole. This is a great way to support our town’s veterans and create a wonderful memory for a special child. Also, keep ...Contact Now
Woodbridge Township School District FINANCIAL AID WORKSHOP Thursday, October 12, 2017, 6:30 pm Colonia High School Auditorium TO: Parents/Guardians of Junior and Senior Students FROM: Woodbridge Township Counseling Departments The Woodbridge Township Counseling Departments will sponsor a Financial Aid Workshop for the benefit of the District's students. A State of NJ representative from HESAA, the Higher Education Student Assistance Authority will be in attendance to explain the financial aid process, how financial aid is determined, sources...Contact Now
Woodbridge Township this year has waged a war against the Opioid/Heroin epidemic in hopes of saving lives within ours and neighboring communities. A new program called WOORP (Woodbridge Opioid Overdose Recovery Program) is getting positive results. The WOORP provides recovery coaches to individuals who have just survived an overdose/Narcan reversal. Immediately after an overdose patient is saved by Narcan, a coach is dispatched by police to meet the patient at the hospital. The goal is to...Contact Now
By: Bonnie Nolan, PhD, Addiction Services Coordinator Woodbridge Township Department of Health & Human Services "Detox" is another of the many curious new words that have become part of our lexicon in the context of the opioid epidemic. Debate rages, even in the clinical community, about the need for medically-monitored detoxification prior to treatment for opioid use disorder. We have known for centuries that withdrawal from alcohol (and more recent anxiolytic benzodiazepine drugs like Xanax, Valium,...Contact Now
On Thursday, July 6, Amazon celebrated summer reading programs in four New Jersey communities with a donation of 300 Kindles. The devices were distributed to public libraries in Woodbridge, Carteret and Edison, and were previously delivered to the Florence School District. “We are excited to give back to the communities where our associates live and work,” said Avik Saha, director of operations at Amazon’s R ...Contact Now
Anthony and Alyssa Garofalo, ages 10 and 7, residents of Colonia, organized an online and an event fundraiser with all proceeds going to St. Jude Children's Hospital.
The event was held on June 10th at the park, next to Claremont Ave School