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As Bucks County fights homelessness, some entrenched camps hide in plain sight

October 07, 2018 | Vinny Vella | The Inquirer

A quiver of anger crept into James Fonde’s voice as he surveyed the bleak, littered patch of woods where his mother’s life ended, an overlooked corner of Croydon between Route 13 and a residential neighborhood.

“She wasn’t supposed to die back here,” he said. “I hate it when people say this is God’s plan. His plan was for her to die here, in the mud by a tree? Don’t tell me that.”

A few feet away, his brother, Brian Winder, sat on a stump, lit a cigarette, and hung his head in silence. Their mother, Beverly Winder, died on that spot last month when a storm-damaged tree Winder was cutting down struck another as it fell, changing direction and landing on her.

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TODAY, Inc. awards $10,000 to Family Service to help fight opioid addiction

September 19, 2018 | Samantha Bambino | Langhorne Times

TODAY, Inc., a local provider of behavioral health services, recently granted $10,000 to Family Service Association of Bucks County, a non-profit organization that served more than 26,000 people last year.

For nearly 65 years, Family Service has been helping children and families improve their lives, doing whatever it takes to help them overcome obstacles and reach their full potential. The organization provides mental health treatment, recovery support, emergency shelter, parent education, suicide prevention services and more. The funds from TODAY, Inc. will go directly to Family Service’s Center of Excellence.

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TODAY, Inc. Awards $10,000 to Family Service to Help Fight Opioid Addiction

September 12, 2018 | Family Service Press Release

TODAY, Inc., a local provider of behavioral health services, recently granted $10,000 to Family Service Association of Bucks County, a non-profit organization that served more than 26,000 people last year.

For nearly 65 years, Family Service has been helping children and families improve their lives, doing whatever it takes to help them overcome obstacles and reach their full potential. The organization provides mental health treatment, recovery support, emergency shelter, parent education, suicide prevention services and more. The funds from TODAY, Inc. will go directly to Family Service’s Center of Excellence.

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Family Service bestows Champion for Youth Award

August 30, 2018 | Bucks County Herald

Family Service recently honored the Bucks County Chapter of the Pennsylvania Association of School Retirees (PASR) with its 2018 Susan N. Altomari Champion for Youth award.

The Susan N. Altomari Champion for Youth Award recognizes an individual or group that positively impacts the lives of youth in Bucks County through Family Service. The Bucks County Chapter of PASR was selected to receive the award in recognition of the organization’s leadership and contributions to Family Service’s Back to School Drive over the past 13 years.

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215 Mopar Donates Nonperishables to Family Service Food Pantry

August 15, 2018 | Family Service Press Release

215 Mopar, Philadelphia’s premier car club, recently made a large donation of nonperishable goods to Family Service Association of Bucks County, a non-profit organization that served more than 26,000 people last year.

215 Mopar has donated more than 7,500 pounds of food to Family Service to date. The nonperishables will be utilized by Family Service’s food pantry in Langhorne, which distributes food directly to clients and other Bucks County residents who need it.

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Family Service honors Bucks PASR with Champion for Youth Award

August 09, 2018 | Times Publishing

Family Service recently honored the Bucks County Chapter of the Pennsylvania Association of School Retirees (PASR) with its 2018 Susan N. Altomari Champion for Youth award.

The Susan N. Altomari Champion for Youth Award recognizes an individual or group that positively impacts the lives of youth in Bucks County through Family Service.

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William Penn Bank donates $8K to Family Service Association

August 01, 2018 | Bucks County Courier Times

William Penn Bank Charitable Foundation recently granted $8,000 to Family Service Association of Bucks County, a non-profit organization that served more than 26,000 people last year. The grant will support on-site mental health counseling at the Bucks County Emergency Homeless Shelter, a program of Family Service.

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Meridian Bank Donates $7,500 to Family Service

July 30, 2018 | Malvern Patch

Meridian Bank, a locally based and managed bank with locations throughout the region, recently donated $7,500 to Family Service Association of Bucks County, a non-profit organization that served more than 26,000 people last year.

Since 1953, Family Service has been helping children and families improve their lives, doing whatever it takes to help them overcome obstacles and reach their full potential. The organization provides mental health treatment, recovery support, emergency shelter, parent education, suicide prevention services and more.

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William Penn Bank Awards $8,000 to Family Service

July 30, 2018 | Levittown Patch

William Penn Bank Charitable Foundation recently granted $8,000 to Family Service Association of Bucks County, a non-profit organization that served more than 26,000 people last year.

Since 1953, Family Service has been helping children and families improve their lives, doing whatever it takes to help them overcome obstacles and reach their full potential. The organization provides mental health treatment, recovery support, emergency shelter, parent education, suicide prevention services and more.

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William Penn Bank Charitable Foundation Awards $8,000 to Family Service

July 30, 2018 | Family Service Press Release

William Penn Bank Charitable Foundation recently granted $8,000 to Family Service Association of Bucks County, a non-profit organization that served more than 26,000 people last year.

Since 1953, Family Service has been helping children and families improve their lives, doing whatever it takes to help them overcome obstacles and reach their full potential. The organization provides mental health treatment, recovery support, emergency shelter, parent education, suicide prevention services and more.

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