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NJ heroin epidemic leaving a growing number of children without their parents

Among the victims of New Jersey’s struggle with a heroin-addiction epidemic are children whose parents are jailed or admitted into drug treatment programs.

“We’re up to 750 children in Ocean County living in foster care,” said Vicki Weiss, executive director of the nonprofit Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) for Children of Ocean County. “Over the last five years, that number has nearly doubled.”

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What is CASA Holiday Party, 2015

Kula Kamala:

CASA Couldn’t believe

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Children in Court:

Kathleen Nolan, Board Member, Speaks on Choc and Roll Fundraiser

Southern Ocean Ladies Club, Gobble Wobble

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