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WAYNE ALLIANCE for the Prevention of Substance Abuse

973-694-1800 x3244 | 475 Valley Road | Wayne, NJ 07470

www.waynetownship.com/waynealliance | allIance@waynetownship.com

Posted October 16, 2019

Wayne Alliance for the Prevention of Substance Abuse provides Substance abuse Prevention Education for families in Wayne, NJ is dedicated to the promotion of safe, healthy and responsible lifestyles through Prevention, Intervention & Education. The organization meets monthly at Town Hall. Individual meetings by appointment.

Residents are invited to become a Wayne Alliance volunteer or attend a public meeting and learn more about substance abuse prevention education.

The Wayne Alliance committee is appointed by Mayor Chris Vergano who asks the community to be involved adding, "Together we can support Wayne families as we strive to reduce substance abuse."

Contact Information
  1. Robbin Gulino
  2. 973-694-1800 x3244

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