Rowan University Holds Open House For Child And Family Assessment,April 12, 2001
Tobacco Dependency Clinics In Downtown Glassboro
Rowan University?s Liberal Arts and Sciences Institute will hold an open house to celebrate the official grand opening of the University?s Child and Family Assessment Clinic and the Tobacco Dependency Clinic in downtown Glassboro on Thursday, April 12 from noon to 2 p.m. in the Alpha Building at 15 East High Street in Glassboro
The Child and Family Assessment Clinic conducts psychological evaluations of children who have been physically abused or neglected and parent/child/family relationships. The clinic is staffed by faculty and professional staff affiliated with Rowan University, and is funded through a grant from the Division of Youth and Family Services of the State of New Jersey.
The Tobacco Dependency Clinic provides individual and group counseling, nicotine replacement therapy and pharmacological aids to those who want to quit smoking. The clinic, which is staffed by faculty and trained professionals associated with Rowan University, is funded by the New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services with funds received as part of the Master Settlement Agreement between the tobacco industry and the State of New Jersey.