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NJAMHAA honors Faith Rice with 2017 Courage and Compassion Award

The New Jersey Association of Mental Health and Addiction Agencies, Inc. (NJAMHAA) recognized individuals who contribute to the quality of life for children and adults

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New York Red Bulls honors Tim Howard for his work with NJ Center for Tourette Syndrome

The New York Red Bulls took the opportunity to recognize the charitable efforts of one of their own during the season opener against the Colorado

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Princeton Teen Wants Others to Join NJ Walks for TS

Charles Griebell is a high school junior, and he’s changing the way the public understands Tourette Syndrome (TS). TS is a neurological disorder characterized by

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Holmdel Teen Readies for 5K in Support of Tourette Syndrome on April 2

Jeff DeCicco remembers his earlier days in the classroom. He has Tourette Syndrome (TS), neurological disorder characterized by tics. Back then, when he needed a

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Bateman, Ciattarelli Join NJ Walks for TS at Princeton

State Senator Christopher “Kip” Bateman (R-16) and Assemblyman Jack Ciattarelli (R-16) have joined the Honorary Committee for the 4th annual NJ Walks for TS at

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Camden’s Promise Middle School fifth-graders get lesson about standing up for others with disabilities from NJCTS Youth Advocates

The Baldwin sisters are no strangers to speaking up on behalf of kids who are a little bit different. The NJCTS Youth Advocates have been

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Youth Advocate inspires Holy Tomato Too to donate proceeds to NJCTS

South Jersey Youth Advocate Anna Baldwin organized a fundraiser at Holy Tomato Too in Mullica Hill last month to benefit NJCTS. We are excited to

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Edison Police Make Hoagies for NJCTS at Wawa Grand Opening

Edison Police and Firefighters faced-off in a hoagie-making challenge, raising money for two of their favorite charities—including the Somerville-based NJ Center for Tourette Syndrome and

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Rutgers TS Clinic is now recruiting for February youth program

Many children with tics and Tourette Syndrome may experience anxiety, be teased or bullied, develop negative self-perceptions and avoid social situations as a result of their

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Temple Emanuel get lessons about Tourette Syndrome from Youth Advocates Tess, Paige, and Ethan

More than 75 students at Temple Emanuel in Cherry Hill, NJ learned about Tourette Syndrome and about treating others with respect after NJCTS Youth Advocate

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Randolph High School seniors serve as advocates for Tourette Syndrome

Randolph High School seniors Noah Feldstein and Trevor Salvior are serving as youth co-chairs of the inaugural N.J. Walks for TS at Bergen on Saturday,

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