CUMBERLAND COUNTY COLLEGE hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony to mark the official opening of the campus Wellness Center, located in the Academic Building. The facility provides students with a dedicated space to receive support, get connected with campus or community resources, and grow toward their academic and personal goals. The Wellness Center offers free services to all current full- and part-time Cumberland County College students, including short-term solution focused counseling, student-specific strategy counseling, assessment and referral services, wellness education workshops, and staff and faculty consultations. From left: Dr. James Piccone, vice president of academic and student affairs; John Wojtowicz, Wellness Center counselor; Ginger Chase, former CCC trustee; Paul Abrams, assistant vice president, orthopedics, surgery and cardiovascular services, Inspira Health; Lilly Kejzman, CCC Foundation Board; Philecia Howard, Wellness Center intern; Dr. Christine Ward Garrison, vice chair, CCC Board of Trustees; PJ Ragone, director, Inspira Fitness Connection; Heather Bense, Wellness Center director; George Castellini, freeholder; Darlene Barber, deputy freeholder director; Leslie White-Coursey, CCC trustee; and Dr. Shelly Schneider, CCC interim president.
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