Sponsors Join Support for October 14 Wellness and Recovery

Register for Wellness and Recovery Walk Returns in Nomahegan Park & Register to Vote!

On Saturday, October 14, 2017, the 10th annual Walk for Wellness and Recovery will take place in Nomahegan Park in Cranford. It is not too late to register for the Walk and show your support for Wellness and Recovery!

Monarch Housing Associates thanks our two newest and generous sponsors for supporting the Walk for Wellness and Recovery:

$500 Information Alley Supporter

$100 Mile Marker

The Walk benefits the Mental Health Association in New Jersey (MHANJ) and Monarch Housing Associate is proud to once again partner with MHANJ in this event.

This year, the League of Women Voters will be volunteering at the Walk for Wellness and Recovery providing the opportunity register to vote or update your voter registration. The deadline to register for New Jersey’s November 7 election is October 17, 2017. Register to vote in the statewide election for governor and every member of the New Jersey General Assembly.

The registration fee for the Walk is $25. Registration includes a T-Shirt for the first 300 walkers.

  • Everyone is welcome to join the event. The severe weather date for the event is Sunday,
  • Visit the Walk website for more details about Walk sponsorships, networking tables, fundraising incentives and forming your own team!

The schedule for the event is as follows:

  • 8:30 a.m. – Registration
  • 9:15 a.m. – Opening Ceremony
  • 10:00 a.m. – Walk Starts

Last year more than 250 people participated in the Walk for Wellness and Recovery on Saturday, October 15, 2017.

“Now’s the time to be aware of the pressing needs for people with mental illness and people who are homeless. We’re really trying to raise awareness that we can do more to help those with the greatest need – not dissimilar from what the Pope was talking about, last year – and bring those issues to the table, where they’ve been put aside or overlooked. The unfortunate piece is the demand is always greater than the number of units that are available. Most of the developments we do, the numbers are anywhere from five to 10 people for every available unit, so we continue to need to build more, and use that as an opportunity to help people live independently,” said Richard Brown.

We will provide regular updates on the Walk for Wellness and Recovery.


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