Frelinghuysen Helps Daytop Celebrate its 25th Anniversary Fighting Opioid Epidemic

Congressman Rodney Frelinghuysen looks on as Daytop Academy students and residents raise a flag presented to Daytop New Jersey in honor of its 25th Anniversary fighting the opioid epidemic. The flag previously flew above the U.S. Capitol

MORRIS COUNTY — Congressman and Chair to the House Committee on Appropriations Rodney Frelinghuysen presented Daytop New Jersey with a flag previously flown above the U.S. Capitol to celebrate Daytop’s 25 years of fighting the opioid epidemic on Monday, November 27.  Daytop New Jersey’s 25th Anniversary celebration continues at its annual gala on Tuesday, December at The Palace at Somerset Park in Somerset. 

For more information about Daytop New Jersey’s programs and services, or to secure tickets to the gala, or call 888- 4DAYTOP (888-432-9867) or visit www.daytopnj.com

Congressman Frelinghuysen presents Daytop New Jersey’s Chairman of the Board John Sette and President and CEO James Curtin with a flag that was previously flown above the U.S. Capitol to celebrate the organization’s 25th Anniversary of fighting the opioid crisis.  Left to Right: John Sette, Congressman Frelinghuysen and James Curtin. 
Congressman Rodney Frelinghuysen and Daytop New Jersey President and CEO James Curtin following the flag raising ceremony to celebrate Daytop New Jersey’s 25th Anniversary at 80 West Main Street in Mendham

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