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Vainieri Huttle Organizes Women's Hygiene Product Drive for Domestic Violence Survivors
Drive will be held through October, Domestic Violence Awareness Month(TRENTON) - Assemblywoman Valerie Vainieri Huttle (D- Bergen) announced Tuesday her efforts to raise awareness of domestic violence and collect much-needed personal items, commonly unavailable, for female victims of domestic violence.
"New Jersey centers and shelters for domestic violence provide exceptional support to survivors through counseling and services," said Vainieri Huttle. "We can help too by supporting organizational efforts through donations of items that can help make the pathway to a better life for survivors easier."
"Women's hygiene products are critical for female survivors of domestic violence and are often not as available as other items, such as clothes and food."
Bipartisan Group of Bergen Legislators & County Officials Call for Minimum 90-Day Delay to Horizon OMNIA Plan RolloutBipartisan group of Bergen legislators - including Johnson, Vainieri Huttle, Schaer, Caride, Eustace and Lagana - and county officials call for minimum 90-day delay to Horizon OMNIA plan rollout:
"We are greatly concerned by the recent announcement of the OMNIA Health Alliance. The very late announcement of this new plan followed by incomplete information regarding the selection of which hospitals satisfied 'Tier 1' requirements and which hospitals did not, has led to the perception that winners and losers were chosen behind closed doors. This is not how a market dominant non-profit insurance company is supposed to operate…"