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Project Community Pride Continues Commitment

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MADISON, NJ - Will you share your views with Project Community Pride? 

Project Community Pride has been providing unique and valuable counseling services for more than 30 years to local children who have committed minor infractions and/or who have had brushes with with the law. This community-based agency, staffed by licensed therapists, is committed to strengthening children and their families through therapeutic intervention, psycho-education and advocacy. They address behavioral and emotional needs regarding issues such as divorce, adolescent adjustment problems, anger, anxiety depression, etc.

Services are available to families at no cost. While treatment plans are developed to attain a successful connection and outcome for every family, Project Community Pride seeks and continues to welcome feedback in their strategic planning process. Surveys, interviews, focus groups and review of similar programs are carefully evaluated and considered in this effort.  Feedback from local residents is greatly appreciated.  Readers are may share their thoughts by visiting www.surveymonkey.com/s/ProjectCommunityPrideSurvey.

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