Wednesday, September 9, 2015


 Recovery Coach Training in Hightstown, NJ 

Want to help a loved one? Or just work more effectively with addiction sufferers? The COA-CCAR Recovery Coach Academy can help!

This 30-hour training will teach you how to remove obstacles to recovery... to motivate, guide and facilitate long-term addiction recovery. Since 2008, more than 5,000 people across the U.S. have taken this training and 125 people have taken it at COA. Recovery Coaches include people in long term recovery, friends & family of recoverees, counselors, teachers, and other recovery pros - anyone who wants to better understand and assist people with addiction issues.

To learn more, or to register, click here. Don't delay - early registration rates are in effect for a limited time only!
If you would like to work with a COA-trained Recovery Coach, click here.

Program Date: Sat., Sept. 26 - Fri., Oct. 2

Location: First Baptist Church of Hightstown, 125 S. Main St., Hightstown, New Jersey 08520

The Trenton Police Department is asking for your assistance in helping locate a Hamilton Township woman who has been missing since Wednesday morning when her vehicle was discovered idling on the eastbound shoulder of Kuser Road. Located within the vehicle were all her personal belongings.

A search of the immediate area proved negative.

Christine Rosie, 44, was reported missing by a family member on Thursday night. The family member reported that Christine Rosie was last seen Tuesday night at approximately 8:30 p.m. at a family member's township residence
Rosie is 5-feet tall, weighs about 130 pounds, has green eyes, brown hair, and a butterfly tattoo on her left ankle.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Leonard Gadsby at 609-731-1123 or 609-581-4032, or the Hamilton police tip line at 609-581-4008

Sun. 9/13: Monroe Twp. Town Hall on Substance Abuse


Monroe Township will be having the first town hall meeting in a series of town halls that will be catered to the issues in the township. This first town hall will be solely about the substance abuse in our township, the steps we are taking to educate and combat it and it will be an open forum for residents to address their concerns and issues. The featured guest speakers and individuals who will be taking questions will be Mayor Dan Teefy, Municipal Alliance Commission Chairman Michelle Perez, Town Council Liaison to the Municipal Alliance Commission Cody Miller, the Monroe Township Police Department, Monroe EMS and many others as we seek to include all valuable stakeholders in the community.

The meeting will be held at 2:00 pm at 125 Virginia Ave, Williamstown, New Jersey 08094.

To RSVP or share this event on Facebook, click here.

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