The workshop, a collaboration between Somerset County Office of Youth Services and Zufall Health, is designed to help parents, caregivers and adults become more aware of the characteristics of healthy and unhealthy relationships among youth. Participants will be equipped with tools to open up the lines of communication between youth and adults to prevent issues of teen dating violence and empower youth to establish healthy boundaries.
Zufall Health’s Director of Outreach, Michelle Blanchfield was recently featured on WRNJ’s Talk About It radio show hosted by Rev. Frank Fowler to discuss public health related topics particularly immunizations as part of National Immunization Awareness Month. Other panel members were Mary Guglielmo, a Public Health Nurse Supervisor and Katie Stewart a Health Educator, both from the Warren County Health Department.
U.S. Congressman Leonard Lance (left) and Somerset County Freeholder Peter S. Palmer recently greeted young constituents as they joined Zufall Health President and Chief Executive Officer Eva Turbiner to celebrate National Health Center Week at Zufall’s Somerville site. The back-to-school-themed event drew nearly 100 children who participated in fun activities promoting healthy eating and fitness. Each child also took home backpacks and school supplies. National Health Center Week raises awareness about community health centers which provide quality care at an affordable cost to more than 25 million people in 9,800 communities throughout the country.
(August 16, 2017) It’s National Health Center Week, a time to recognize the high-quality healthcare our community health centers provide each year to more than half a million New Jersey residents at more than 100 sites throughout the state. Click here to read the full article.