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City of Angels NJ is proud to introduce a support group
for veterans which will kick-off on
Thursday, March 7 at 7:00 pm at the Dwier Center -
392 Church Street, Hamilton NJ 08620. The meeting will be opened by
Eric Arauz, who is a Navy veteran of Operation Desert Storm and
president of AIE, Arauz Inspirational Enterprises, LLC.
are so fortunate to have Eric Arauz at our inaugural veterans support
meeting. He is the author of An American's Resurrection, an
internationally supported book on bipolar 1 disorder, addiction,
post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and child abuse", said Pam Wilson,
Executive Director of City of Angels. Everyday, more veterans return
from Iraq and Afghanistan and while there are a variety of services
afforded them, COA is offering a chance for them to just meet and talk
to fellow veterans.
in coordinating the veterans support meeting will be COA's Lead
Interventionist, Tom "Redneck" Clark, who himself is a Marine veteran.
"In addition to Eric Arauz, we will have Rich Bulvid join us, as Rich
was drafted into the U.S.Army out of high school and served in a Combat
Infantry, Air Mobil Unit, 1st Air Cav. and was wounded se veral
times, receiving the Purple Hearts (2), Bronze Star w V Device, Air
Medal for Combat Air Assaults, CIB, Vietnam Cross of Gallantry", said
Other new meetings include a support
group for those who self injure, each Saturday night at 6:00 pm and an
NA meeting for women that begins at 7:00 pm every Tuesday night.
For a complete list of meetings held at the Dwier Center and COA events, click here.
Open House Videos
The Effects of Addiction on the Brain.wmv
City of Angels' 4th annual Open House
was a huge success, with a full afternoon of speakers, information,
camaraderie and of course, refreshments. If you missed some or all of
it, videos of the speakers are now online.
To watch keynote speaker and Trentonian columnist L.A. Parker discuss his journey of recovery, click here.
For Launching Point founder Vicki Duffy discussing self injury, click here.
For Dr. Karl Benzio describing how addiction affects the brain, click here.
COA hosts support group meetings
for both addiction sufferers and their families every day of the week
at the Dwier Center (392 Church Street, Groveville, NJ). This includes
12-step meetings, a new Thursday night veteran's support group, Saturday
night self-injury support group, Sunday night Spirituality Meeting, and
the popular Sunday morning family support group, The Breakfast Club. To check out our online calendar, click here.
The COA website now offers an Addiction News Feed
with the latest studies, reports, new and other info on addiction. It's
updated in real time with the top 30 articles. To read the feed, click here.
New videos are up on the COA YouTube channel. To watch, click here.
Join COA's Pinterest community! To visit the boards, click here.
current on COA activites - join the COA group on Facebook! COA news is
posted first on Facebook, and this page often has photos not available
elsewhere. Click here to visit.
of Angels NJ, Inc. is a non-profit organization that provides many
services to addicts and their families including interventions, recovery
support, Family Program, counseling services and more. All of our
services are provided at no charge.