Kearny Bank Awards $10K Grant to NewBridge Services

PARSIPPANY — Kearny Bank Foundation, based in Fairfield, donated $10,000 to support NewBridge Services, Inc., a community provider of counseling, housing and educational programs serving Morris, Passaic and Sussex counties. Kearny Bank Vice President Ken Baron (right) presented a check to NewBridge Director of Development Victoria Hess and NewBridge CEO Robert L. Parker on Tuesday, November 1 at the NewBridge Parsippany Center.

New Bridge is locate at 1259 Route 46.

New Bridge services include adult and family counseling, substance abuse treatment and addiction recovery, play therapy for young children, school-based prevention programs, youth employment and education services, adult day treatment programs, and outreach to the elderly. We provide a range of adult residential services that encompass group homes, supervised apartments, and supportive/affordable housing, as well as case management to integrated residential healthcare facilities.

NewBridge partners with other healthcare providers and community service resources, and one of our primary goals is to offer a positive, safe, nonjudgmental environment that respects the rights and dignity of our clients and their families.

Their services and programs are offered to private-pay individuals, with fees based on particular services, and several programs are provided at no cost. It is their policy that no client who resides within our service area be denied services due to inability to pay.