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May 31, 2005

Office of The Attorney General
- Peter C. Harvey, Attorney General
Division of Criminal Justice
- Vaughn L. McKoy, Director


Rachel Sacharow
Pam DeMassi


Press Advisory for Wed., June 1

“It’s-4-U-NJ-9/11” Program to Host Career Resilience Workshops
Free Workshop Begins at 7:00p.m.

The Division of Criminal Justice and University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey’s University Behavioral HealthCare, will be hosting several free workshops as part of the “It’s-4-U-NJ” program. These two-hour “Finding a Job from the Inside Out: Growing from Your 9/11 Experience” workshops provide techniques on how to move forward with your career when affected by issues remaining from 9/11. For NJ residents, 9/11 happened where we work. It changed the way we go to work, the way we think about work and the way we look for work. If you lost your job after 9/11, or are looking for a comparable job in New Jersey and finding that the process is raising emotional issues for you, this program can be a positive step in the process of moving ahead.

The “It’s-4-U-NJ” program provides free information, support and counseling services to New Jersey residents still impacted or affected by post-9/11 events. The statewide counseling and support program is sponsored by the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey’s University Behavioral HealthCare and the Attorney General’s Division of Criminal Justice. The established “It’s-4-U-NJ” hotline - 1-866-4-U-NJ-911 (1-866-486-5911) is staffed by clinicians and survivor peers to provide information, support and crisis intervention to all callers.

More information regarding these workshops and other “It’s-4-U-NJ” materials can be found at



  • Wed., June 1, Monmouth County Public Library, 125 Symmes Drive, Manalapan.
  • Mon., June 6, Trinity Church, 33 Mercer Street, Princeton, Mercer County.
  • Tues., June 14, Bridgewater Public Library, 1 Vogt Drive, Bridgewater, Somerset County.

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