Project Community Pride Survey
Wednesday, August 28, 2013 • 6:57pm
Project Community Pride, a local non-profit counseling organization, is requesting your help to complete a short survey. The survey will help the staff at Project Community Pride continue to identify the evolving needs of youth and families in our community.
Project Community Pride has served the communities of Madison, Florham Park, and Chatham Borough for 37 years, providing clinical mental health services to local families. More than three decades ago, the organization began as a partnership with local law enforcement to counsel at-risk youths and their families. Over the years, the issues faced by local youth changed and Project Community Pride evolved to meet those challenges. Today, Project Community Pride has expanded into a full-service counseling center and collaborates with local school districts to aid children, adolescents, and families through mental and emotional health issues including depression, anxiety, divorce and peer pressure.
Moving forward, Project Community Pride is looking to build a long-term sustainable structure. For nearly 40 years, the organization has evolved to meet the growing and changing needs of youth in our community. A strategic planning committee of Madison, Chatham, and Florham Park residents, Board of Education representatives, and elected government officials is already at work to plan the program’s next steps. The committee needs your help and welcomes feedback from the community. Please take a few moments to complete the survey by clicking on the link below.