SERV founder accepts award at Volley For SERV

Mark Fox, SERV's founder accepts his award.

Event raises $34K for special programs

Every year, tennis players in the community look forward to the time-honored Volley For SERV Tennis Tournament, held at the exclusive Cherry Valley Country Club in Skillman.

As with the previous 21 events, this year’s major fundraiser for The SERV Foundation held all the amenities that the players have come to expect -- quality courts with stiff competition from other players, exquisite food prepared by an award-winning chef, musical entertainment, silent and live auctions, the drawing for the Super 50-50 Cash Raffle, and the awards presentation.

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Mercer Business magazine’s "Nonprofit Profile" on SERV Behavioral Health System.

SERV Behavioral Health System, Inc. began in 1974 as SERV Centers of New Jersey. It was founded by a group of families struggling to care for adult family members with serious mental illness, along with a few mental health professionals and an attorney who advocated on their behalf. 

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Two SERV Directors promoted to Executives

Two Directors within SERV Behavioral Health System, Inc. have been promoted to executive positions.

After the recent retirement of Chief Financial Officer James Rose, Caren Jesseman was promoted to CFO of SERV Behavioral Health System, Inc. While serving as Director of Finance for more than a year, Ms. Jesseman had been working with Mr. Rose and others to learn all financial aspects of the SERV family of companies.

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21st annual Volley For SERV raises $35K

With the common mission of supporting SERV’s 21st annual Volley For SERV Tennis Tournament fundraiser, area tennis players, honorees, SERV board members and staff, volunteers and special guests arrived at Cherry Valley Country Club in Skillman on June 20 to help raise money for SERV Foundation programs.

This year’s event saw an increase in tennis players and reception guests from recent years and an ever-present enthusiasm for this first-class tournament, as it is known in the tennis community.

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