Click here to register for the 2019 Stigma Free Color Run! You will be directed to the Alfred Baumann Public Library website where you can fill out an online registration form. Payment can be made the morning of the event. Thank you for supporting WP Stigma Free and helping us bring awareness to mental health!
Color Run Planned for September 14, 2019 to Raise Awareness About Mental Health
The Stigma Free Task Force is planning a color run on Saturday, Sept. 14 at Zaccaria Park off Rifle Camp Road.Registration will start at 8 a.m. and the run starts at 9 a.m. There is a $10 registration fee and the first 100 paid registrants will get a free event t-shirt. Registration will open next week online.
Payment can be made the morning of the event. Kids and adults are welcome to join the fun.
What is a color run? Its a short, fun run where participants wear white or light-colored clothing and throughout the course are splattered with an assortment of powdery colors. The powders are a non-toxic combination of baking soda, cornstarch, and safe dyes. Even though it is safe, it may take a few washes to get the color completely out of your clothing; washing your outfit right away works best. Some people wear glasses or goggles to keep the color out of their eyes and use a bandana to keep it out of their mouth.
Hidden in Plain Sight – January 10, 2018
Join the Borough of Woodland Park Municipal Alliance Against Drugs and Alcohol on Wednesday, January 10, 2018, 7:00pm to 9:00pm at Passaic Valley High School for an informative presentation and exhibit, “Hidden in Plain Sight.” Prevention specialists and other professionals will guide attendees through the exhibit to explain various substance use trends, signs, symptoms and lingo in an effort to raise awareness about substance use and provide resources to help keep youth healthy and drug free.
Woodland Park Stigma Free Hosts Concert in the Park
Woodland Park Stigma Free hosts a “Coming Out” party at Dowling Gardens, featuring music by the “Bucket List,” Food Trucks, arts & crafts by Arts & Creation Creative Studios, and Touch Trucks for the children!
Overdose Naloxone Training
Stigma Free Task Force members had the opportunity to receive training to administer Naloxone.
Stigma Free at Woodland Park Health Fair
Woodland Park Declared a Stigma Free Community
On December 7, 2016 the Borough of Woodland Park Mayor Kazmark and Council Members passed a resolution declaring Woodland Park a Stigma Free Community.