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NEWS #1 - Click here to learn about the wonderful "Middlesex County Long Term Recovery Program"
 

NEWS #2 - Good evening,
As a ongoing effort to partner with Religious groups in our Middlesex County Community, this message is being forwarded
to you with a link included for how to cope with Public Health Emergencies.  Since often people turn to religious affiliates
for help during emotional and stressful situations (that can easily occur from physical and/or environmental circumstances),
it is with hope that the attached information can be of use.
please see attached email for more information.

Carrie Johnson
Coordinator, Local Information Network and Communications System
Middlesex County Office of Health Services
75 Bayard Street, 5th Floor
New Brunswick, N.J.  08901
732-745-8923
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From: NJLINCS Health Alert Network
Sent: Friday, December 12, 2014 2:20 PM
Subject: Public Health Info: Coping with Public Health Emergencies

NJLINCS Health Alert Network
Public Health Info
Distributed by the New Jersey Department of Health

Subject: Coping with Public Health Emergencies
Date: 12/12/2014; 14:20:36
Message#: 102822-12-12-2014-PHIN
Contact Info: Thomas Slater, DOH
Phone: 609-984-5348; Email: thomas.slater@doh.state.nj.us<mailto:thomas.slater@doh.state.nj.us>wendy Sheay, DOH
Phone: 609-847-0439; Email: wendy.sheay@doh.state.nj.us<mailto:wendy.sheay@doh.state.nj.us>
Please find an updated web page from the NJ Department of Human Services' Disaster and Terrorism branch.
This web page contains a brochure in both English and Spanish that describes ways to reduce stress
during a public health emergency.
Here is the link   http://www.state.nj.us/humanservices/dmhs/disaster/resources/emotions/index.html
 

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