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Passaic County Sheriff's Offers Autism ID Program

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A new program has been launched by the Passaic County Sheriff’s Office to provide identification cards to children and adults living with autism. The program is aimed at organizations, groups, and educational institutions that work with autistic populations. People with autism may have trouble communicating, understanding directions, and came become agitated in unknown situations. To participate in this program, call 973-389-5920.
 

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Passaic County CASA Recognizes Volunteer Child Advocates at Annual Event

May 15, 2018

WAYNE, NJ - More than 50 staff members, volunteers, and board members from Passaic County Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) celebrated the impact of CASA volunteers at the organization's Volunteer Appreciation Brunch on April 28, at Laurelwood Arboretum in Wayne. T

his annual event recognizes Passaic County CASA volunteer advocates and the difference they make in the lives ...

Passaic County Offers Free Dog Training Classes

May 23, 2018

Does your family have a new dog or puppy that needs to get trained? You do not have to spend a fortune training Fido. Come to Passaic County's free dog training sessions in Goffle Brook Park in Hawthorne. Classes are held every Monday and Thursday from 6 to 8 p.m. through June, July, and August. 

For more info, or to see if weather canceled the event, call ...