Rays of Hope Support Group

Rays of Hope Support Group
A support group for families and friends of loved ones struggling with substance abuse

Watching someone you love struggle with alcohol or drug abuse can be painful and isolating. But there is hope and comfort in meeting with others who share a similar burden. Rays of Hope is a support group for adults. Each weekly group is stand-alone and you are welcome to attend at any point. The group is free and no registration is required. More information: renchurch.com/supportgroups

Contact Information
  1. raysofhope@renchurch.com
Thu, February 27
7:30 pm — 4:30 pm
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Rays of Hope Support Group
A support group for families and friends of loved ones struggling with substance abuse

Watching someone you love struggle with alcohol or drug abuse can be painful and isolating. But there is hope and comfort in meeting with others who share a similar burden. Rays of Hope is a support group for adults. Each weekly group is stand-alone and you are welcome to attend ...

497 Springfield Ave. Summit, NJ 07901

Renaissance Church (Ren Students Space)

497 Springfield Ave.
Summit, NJ 07901

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Mayor's Corner: State of Township Address 2020

It is my privilege to present the 2020 State of the Township address. I want to take a moment to recognize this historic moment.  For the first time in history, Berkeley Heights has a majority of women elected on its governing body.  

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