The Mayor and Commissioners of the City of Bordentown are committed to the health and wellbeing of residents and employees, alike, in our “little city with a lot of charm”.
For many years we have been a part of or supported the Bordentown Residents Against Drugs campaign to help aid the many families who have sadly lost loved ones to, or watched them struggle with, addiction. Each year the Bordentown Rotary has a remembrance walk that City officials participate in and support that brings attention to the plight of those who suffer from addiction or have lost a loved one to addiction.
In May of 2022, the governing body adopted Resolution 2022-071 designating Bordentown City as a stigma free community in support of the Burlington County Board of Commissioners’ campaign for Stigma Free Schools and Municipalities, which supports those suffering from mental illness or substance abuse disorders.
It is the intent of the Mayor and Commissioners to provide the Bordentown community with guidance and support on healthy eating, exercise for all age groups, mental health and addiction awareness and support, and general wellness information. If you have other valuable resources you would like to see added to our page, please feel free to e-mail the City Clerk at firstname.lastname@example.org
The NJ Department of Human Services, Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services connects you to multiple hotlines & helplines which provide phone help, counseling, crisis intervention, addiction support and resources to individuals needing emergency assistance.Click Here for Mental Health and Other Services
The Food Bank of South Jersey holds pop up food pantries on the fourth Thursday of the month at the Bradford Pointe Complex for the public at 2:00PM until supplies are exhausted. Please click on the article for more information Food Bank of So. Jersey
For anyone who is in need of a nutritious meal, groceries, delivery of hot/cold meals, etc. please click the link below for information on local Churches and groups who can provide eat in or take out meals; groceries delivered; food pantries you can visit to obtain perishable and non-perishable food items, pet foods, etc. Our “less than one square mile” community has a heart twice our size and we are here to help those in need.
Food Pantry – Free Meals – Groceries – Delivery
Healthy Fruit and Veggie Month – September
Nutrition Facts for Raw Fruits
Nutrition Facts for Raw Vegetables
Eating Smart at Work
LEARNING HOW TO LIVE A STRESS-FREE LIFE
Coping with Stress
Ten Simple Ways to Cope with Stress
Enrich Financial Wellness – Help Reduce Stress