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Funded by
Governor’s Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse

Respect, Concern, Prevention,
Education and Intervention


Dear Friends,
Once again, we gathered to let our friends, family and neighbors know they are our greatest resource. Whether you attended, presented, or passed some information along about the BRAD Town Hall Expo we congratulate you for being part of the solution to an insidious problem. It is through your singular and collective actions that we are able to spread the message that there are safe, healthy choices for our citizens when facing the temptations of substance abuse. We watch people dealing with those affected by these dark morasses do so with fortitude and good cheer, undermined by a seriousness in posture.
When our message of awareness and prevention misses the mark, we witness those associated with the BRAD program and the citizens of our community stand ready to pick up our brothers and sisters that have fallen.

The BRAD committee would like to thank all those involved for making the 2019 Town Hall Expo a fun, informative, successful event. Your selfless efforts are humbly recognized and greatly appreciated!
If we missed a contributor, it is a forgetfulness error on our part due to the volume of help we have received. There are more that could be added to this list!

Bordentown City  Mayor James Lynch and the Commissioners  Bordentown City Police Dept Chief Fred Miller Special Officer Samantha Yerdon Grace Archer Jennifer Smith Patricia McGowan Margaret Peak JC Platt
Bordentown Twp. Mayor Steve Benowtiz and the Twp Committee Bordentown Twp. Public Works Dept Bordentown Twp. Police Dept Chief Brian Pesce Ptl Adam Edwards
Bordentown Regional School District Bordentown Regional School District Students *Nell Geiger, BRSD Student Assistance Counselor *2018 Burlington County GCADA (Governor’s Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse) 2018 Volunteer of the Year
Community District Alliance (CDA), Jodie Glenn Patoka Hightower, Burlington County Municipal Alliance Coordinator Eileen Dylan
Libby Majewski Gail Smith Jeannie Kelly Pastor Mark Stauffer Michelle Christo Kelly Nitti Barbara Eget BSA Troop 13 Sheri Tully Nancy Moore Burlington County Prosecutors Office Quick & Delicious Restaurant Wrightstown NJ, David and Pete Prevention Plus of Burlco. Libby Majewski, Gail Smith & Jeannie Kelly Niznik Behavioral Health, Michelle Christo Princeton House Campfire of NJ, Kelly Nitti Contact of Burlington Co. Sharing Temple Counseling, Sheri Tully Lindsay Worek, Yoga & Healing Alcoholics Anonymous Al-Anon Nar-Anon Trinity United Methodist Church Attitudes in Reverse, Barbara Eget Parent 2 Parent, Nancy Moore BORDENTOWN ROTARY CLUB Drug Enforcement Administration
Ellen Benowitz
Frank Pinto and Friends Mark Fenton Katie Meara Lindsay Worek John Micai Bruce Seaman Cherie Smith Evelyn Popp Bruce Archer Sue Miller Joann Mia Tim Proctor Scott Nielsen
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BRAD (Bordentown Residents Against Drugs) is a Municipal Alliance Program funded through a grant from the Governor’s Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse (GCADA).

Our Mission Statement:
The Bordentown Residents Against Drugs (B.R.A.D.) facilitate coordination and communication between citizens, community groups, municipal government, schools, businesses and faith communities to address substance abuse issues and promote a healthy community within the City of Bordentown and the Township of Bordentown Municipality.


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