Women over age 50 can learn how to flourish in this new phase of life at a support group offered by NewBridge Services at its new location in the Troy Office Center off eastbound Route 46 in Parsippany-Troy Hills.
The group meets from 1 p.m. to 2:15 p.m. on Tuesdays at 1259 Route 46, in Building 2. Participants will learn skills to embrace opportunities and overcome challenges so they can enjoy life to the fullest. Topics include:
- Adjusting to the Changes in Your Life
- Family and Interpersonal Relationships
- Social Connection and Support
- Avoiding Depression, Anxiety and Isolation
- Handling Anger
Women who are interested may call the NewBridge Access Line at (973) 316-9333 to apply. NewBridge opened the 5,320-square-foot center in August to provide counseling and treatment for addiction and mental illness to Morris County residents in a convenient location, near routes 80 and 287.
The nonprofit is a premier provider of counseling services, housing and educational programs in northern New Jersey serving more than 8,500 children, adults and seniors each year.
NewBridge treats mental illnesses and addictions; teaches skills for coping with stress, grief and challenging relationships; builds and manages affordable housing; offers school-based programs that teach children and adolescents resiliency skills for healthy emotional development; helps young adults succeed in their education and prepare for careers; and supports seniors so they can remain independent.
Throughout its more than 50-year history, NewBridge has remained true to its mission of bringing balance to people’s lives by tracking shifts in communities’ needs and providing innovative, effective programs to meet them.