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Panels of experts were invited to speak about the topics on two separate evenings, while youth members prepared questions, discussed strategies and learned how to organize such events.
On the evening of the mental health panel, representatives from several active mental health organizations in the area spoke.
Middle Earth, a local nonprofit working with youth, has operated a Community Youth Center in Somerset County for 45 years.
They are pleased to announce that, in 2018, they will be operating 3 different youth centers in Somerville, Franklin, and Bound Brook.
A unique collaborative project is underway in Bound Brook, NJ.
A group of teen leaders is on a mission to improve the health of their community. Through a grant from New Jersey Health Initiatives (NJHI), these teens are preparing to be future leaders as they address health issues in Bound Brook.
Sue Ferrante and Lorrie Baumann of the National Alliance on Mental Illness, Candace Deglon of ANEW Wellness and Chair of the Mental Health Subcommittee for Healthier Somerset Coalition, and Brett Peppe of Richard Hall Community Mental Health Center gave excellent synopses of mental health challenges they see the community facing.
To learn more about Somerset County 4-H, visit: To learn more about the NJHI: Next Generation Community Leaders initiative, visit and participate in the conversation online with the hashtag #NJLeaders2030. About New Jersey Health Initiatives: New Jersey Health Initiatives is the statewide grantmaking program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.During afterschool hours (3 to 6 p.m.), juvenile crime triples, and teens who are unsupervised are 37% more likely to become teen parents and 49% more likely to use drugs.