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    Scouting for Food Drive to Benefit the NFSB Food Pantry Is Back in 2021!

    Posted on April 7, 2021 by in NFSB Blog

    The Scouting for Food program continued a remarkable, record-breaking streak in 2019 with 34,046 food items donated. This nearly doubled the number of items donated just three years earlier. Although the coronavirus halted this momentum in 2020, local Cub Scout and Boy Scout troops are eager to start Scouting for Food in 2021, especially with […]

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    Why Mental Health Should be a Normal Topic of Conversation with Children

    Posted on March 31, 2021 by in NFSB Blog

    In the previous article, we discussed the signs of loneliness and isolation in children and what you can do to help. As parents, it can be difficult to know what to say to children when they’re visibly sad, depressed, angry, or lonely. What’s the right time? What’s the right setting? What’s the right approach? The […]

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    How to Help a Child Who’s Showing Signs of Loneliness and Isolation

    Posted on March 24, 2021 by in NFSB Blog

    While the pandemic has forced all of us into isolation to some degree, children in particular have been struggling from the lack of interactions. In fact, COVID-19 has created an additional layer of isolation that has made the problem worse. “Family isolation is something we had rarely seen in kids until the pandemic,” said Jessica […]

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    Why Loss and Grief During the Pandemic Are So Difficult

    Posted on March 11, 2021 by in NFSB Blog

    More than 500,000 people have died from COVID-19 in our country. With the constant political bickering during the pandemic, people often gloss over the staggering number of lives lost. With the loss of a loved one comes grief. During the pandemic, however, the grieving process has been disrupted. The purpose of a funeral or other […]

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    4 Tips for Helping a Loved One with Anxiety

    Posted on March 10, 2021 by in NFSB Blog

    In the previous blog article, we discussed what an anxiety disorder is, the most common symptoms of anxiety disorders, why anxiety disorders are so prevalent, and what can happen when anxiety is left untreated. Anxiety was already the most common mental illness in America before COVID-19, which has caused even more anxiety among adults and […]

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    With COVID Causing an Increase in Anxiety Disorders, Knowing Symptoms Of Anxiety Is Critical

    Posted on March 3, 2021 by in NFSB Blog

    Did you know anxiety disorders affect 18.1 percent of Americans, according to the Anxiety and Depression Society of America, making anxiety the most common mental illness in the United States? “Everyone goes through a time in their life when they experience symptoms of anxiety,” said Staela Keegan, MSW, LCSW, LCADC, Interim Director of Clinical Services […]

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    Nutley Family Service Bureau: Pantry Resource For Food Insufficiency

    Posted on March 1, 2021 by in Press

    Published by Nutley Neighbors, March 2021 –Submitted by Emma Cortese, PhD, NFSB Board of Trustees Nutley Family Service Bureau, Inc. (NFSB) is a local nonprofit mental health and social service organization working tirelessly to help our clients during the current pandemic crisis. Our Food Pantry is focused particularly on food insecurity at this time. The […]

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    Stocking the Pantry with Hope and Love

    Posted on January 31, 2021 by in Press

    Submitted by Joyce Corey | Published by Nutley Neighbors, February 2011 Issue    Throughout the pandemic, there has been a constant conversation about how to make good use of one’s time. Coach Michael Blanchard is trying his best to do that for the over 90 wrestlers in the Nutley Jr. Raiders wrestling program.    “We […]

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    Pantry Is Resource For Rising Food Insecurity

    Posted on January 8, 2021 by in Press

    Pantry Is Resource For Rising Food InsecurityBy Emma Cortese, NFSB Trustee and PR Chair Nutley Family Service Bureau, Inc., (NFSB), serving the Nutley community for over 100 years, is a local nonprofit working tirelessly to help our clients during this pandemic crisis. A recent article in the Nutley Sun, Many Experiencing NJ Food Pantries For […]

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    Where to Turn for Food Insecurity Needs

    Posted on December 30, 2020 by in Press

    Where to Turn for Food Insecurity NeedsPublished by Greater Newark Holiday Fund, December 2020 Mitch T. came in person to Nutley Family Service Bureau (NFSB) administrative offices in desperate need of direction. He hadn’t received an unemployment check for months; as a result, he was in arears for rent and had not a penny for […]

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