Ground Breaking

Pillar Care Continuum “broke ground” on a new group home in Morris Township last week. Staff members went outside the agency’s administrative offices and practiced social distancing to signify the work that has begun on the new home, which will include a 4-person group home and a 2-bedroom attached special needs apartment. Our thanks JMF Properties for donating the land, the Steven and Beverly Rubenstein Charitable Foundation for their generous support, Petillo, Inc., Peerless Concrete and Lakeside Construction for their pro bono work , and to officials at the NJ Division of Developmental Disabilities and at Morris Township. (Pictured, from left to right: Pillar CFO Hassan Farhan, Facilities Coordinator Charlie Andrews, Director of Residential Services Kent Dettlo and CEO & President Purna Rodman Conare.)

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