A Note From Our Executive Director

"I am excited about the new year and the prospects for our organization as we expand upon the legacy of our founder, Faith Rice."

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NJCTS Announces 2021 Program of Webinars

NJCTS has announced the topics of their Wednesday Webinars series for 2021 featuring presentations by leaders in the field of mental health and education.

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NOW RECRUITING: Virtual Group for Children and Adolescents with Tics!

The Rutgers Tourette Syndrome Clinic is offering a 10-week, group-based program that aims to help teens build resilience and develop the skills necessary to better navigate life with tics and associated conditions.

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Faith Rice, Pioneer of TS Awareness and Advocacy, Set to Retire

Faith W. Rice, founder and executive director of NJCTS, has announced her retirement at the end of 2020.

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In Their Own Words: Pat Phillips

I am looking forward to this opportunity to continue to serve the TS community.

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NJCTS Receives Grant from Investors Foundation to Support Scholarship Program

NJ Center for Tourette Syndrome and Associated disorders recently received a $2,000 grant from Investors Foundation. The grant will help further NJCTS’s mission of providing support and advocacy for teens with Tourette Syndrome (TS) through the NJCTS Scholarship Program. Each year since 2004, NJCTS has offered scholarships to graduating New

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The Empowerment Advocacy Series

NJCTS is introducing five new interactive information sessions for parents and children that are designed to give families the knowledge and skills they need to advocate today, tomorrow and every day.

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Back to School with NJCTS

Virtual or in-person, go back to school with NJCTS! We are here to provide education and advocacy for all levels school.

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Twitcha Face Masks Are Now Available!

Help support NJCTS' education outreach program by purchasing your  face mask in the Twitcha store.

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