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Peace of Mind Counseling and Wellness Center

908-363-5535 | 395 Springfield Avenue | Berkeley Heights, NJ 07922

www.pomnj.com

Posted May 20, 2015

Peace of Mind Counseling and Wellness Center is dedicated to reestablishing and maintaining wholeness in the lives of all people. This work is intended to help clients achieve more fulfilling and rewarding lives in the contexts of their community, family and work place. This mission is carried out in a supportive environment that is caring, confidential, empowering, peaceful, professional, and respectful of each person’s journey. Peace of Mind offers various counseling services as well as educational programs and seminars. 

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Better Berkeley Heights

September 13, 2019

My name is John Goop Mondelli. I am announcing my candidacy as a write-in candidate for Berkeley Heights Township Council. Due to what I believe is extreme corruption that is going on with the current administration I have decided once again to give it a try. I do not claim to have experience in this capacity. I'm just a good old boy from Berkeley Heights who has spent many years ...

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Manny and Gentiana appreciate all the feedback and are listening to the concerns of residents.

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Church of the Little Flower Golf Outing Set for Friday, Sept. 27

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - The Church of the Little Flower's Golf Outing is set for Friday, September 27, 2019 at Fox Hollow Golf Club in Branchburg, NJ.

Click here to download brochure to register and learn about sponsorship opportunities.

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23rd Annual BH5K Set for Sunday, September 15; Race Starts at 9:30 a.m.

Come out and participated in the 23rd Annual BH5K Sunday morning to run or walk.

With major grants to the new BH YMCA and Berkeley Heights Education Foundation and a commitment to help the victims of Hurricane Dorian in the north Bahamas, your participation has never been needed more.

Every dollar from registration goes towards our charitable grants. -- You can help make a ...

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