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19th annual Volley For SERV Winners

Winners of SERV Foundation’s Super Cash Raffle announced during Volley For SERV 

The winners of the Super Cash Raffle to benefit the SERV Foundation of SERV Behavioral Health System, Inc. were announced during the 19th annual Volley For SERV Golf and Tennis Tournament June 15 at the Cherry Valley Country Club in Skillman.

The 50/50 raffle raised $24,100, with $12,050 going to the SERV Foundation and the remainder going to the first and second-prize winners in a 40/10 percent split. The first-prize winner of $9,640 was Dennis Kelly of Palmyra. The second-prize winner of $2,410 was Ravi Khehar of Summit.

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GoodSearch and GoodShop Campaign

Help raise money for The SERV Foundation

Instructions for GoodSearch:

Search the Internet just like you normally would. is powered by Yahoo!, so you’ll get high- quality search results. When you select “SERV Foundation” as your charity, SERV gets 1 penny for every search. (Please note: image, video and site- specific searches such as .com, .net, .edu, are not included).

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7th annual Recovery Conference

Hundreds of N.J. residents with severe mental illness and/or developmental disabilities attend SERV Recovery NJ Conference

The SERV Foundation of SERV Behavioral Health System Inc., headquartered in Ewing, N.J., recently sponsored its 7th annual “Recovery NJ Conference” for SERV’s consumers throughout the state, their families and outside healthcare professionals.

More than 400 people attended the free conference on May 16 at the Hyatt Regency-New Brunswick. Each year, this conference strives to give people with severe mental illness (such as bipolar disorder and schizophrenia) and/or developmental disabilities and their family members the opportunity to network, gain encouragement, and learn the tools needed to recover and find complete wellness.

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Racks at PAC

SERV has grand opening of thrift store to fund field trips for consumers of its Progressive Achievement Center

 The Progressive Achievement Center of SERV Behavioral Health System Inc. held a Grand Opening Feb. 9 for its “Racks At PAC” Thrift/convenience store at 380 Scotch Road in Ewing.

The thrift store will have donated home décor items, as well as handmade gift boxes, photo frames, tie-dyed T-shirts and special- occasion items created by SERV’s consumers with developmental disabilities in the Arts & Crafts class, with assistance from PAC staff. Store hours open to the public are 10-11 a.m. and noon to 1:30 p.m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.

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