1,600 people dying in New Jersey last year is too much, much too much.
Governor Chris Christie
01/16/2017 at 14:03. Facebook
Today, as we remember the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., I encourage all New Jerseyans to reflect on Dr. King’s passion for racial harmony and his commitment to the principles of freedom, justice, and equality for all. Dr. King is a testament for how positive change can be achieved in this country through education and non-violent protest. His life and the sacrifices he made...
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Stopped by Preferred Behavioral Health Group today to talk to some very inspirational people in recovery.
AJ’s story is not an uncommon story; it just has an uncommon ending #NJSOTS2017
What I am doing today, is for people like Pam and the families whose lives have been ravaged by addiction. #NJSOTS2017
For addiction help and to access treatment: Dial1-844-REACH-NJ or go to the web at [ REACHNJ.GOV; Link ] spread the word. #NJSOTS2017
There can be no calling more clear than the calling to save lives. #NJSOTS2017
The challenge of addiction is enormous, but collectively we have the resolve to meet it. #NJSOTS2017
Watch my State of the State Address today at 2pm. [ Livestream.com Link ]
Our accomplishments will have long lasting effects for our least fortunate citizens.
Start off the New Year by getting rid of old, unused prescriptions in your home. For disposal locations near you: [ Bit.ly Link ]
The holidays can be difficult for those dealing with addiction. For free, confidential support 24/7 dial 2-1-1. #GiveTheGiftOfSupport
Today, all State buildings are flying flags at half-staff in recognition of the life and in mourning of the passing of New Jersey State Police Lieutenant William G. Fearon.

Born in Kearny, New Jersey, Lieutenant Fearon graduated from Seton Hall Preparatory School in West Orange, and lived in Cedar Grove. Lieutenant Fearon joined the State Police as a graduate of the 114th Class of the New...
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New in your recovery, seeking help or been sober for years, help is available 24/7. For encouragement, support & services: Dial 2-1-.1
Celebrated Hanukkah by lighting the Menorah in the outer office today with some very special guests.
Today, we commemorate the 240th anniversary of the Battle of Trenton and the turning point of the Revolutionary War. This crucial battle took place in the heart of New Jersey and it will forever be remembered as the crossroads of the Revolution. One that inspired
re-enlistments in the Continental Army and renewed hope in the idea of Colonial America. As we celebrate the holidays with friends...
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Tonight at 7pm tune in to New Jersey 101.5 for #AskGov [ Nj1015.com Link ]
Disposing of unused prescriptions is an important public safety measure.
Fighting addiction is something we all need to do together. #TakeAStand
Continuing to make a difference, my administration has been busy volunteering their time and highlight service opportunities around the state as part of the sixth annual #SeasonOfService.