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Mary Inzana, LifeTies CEO/Founder on Princeton Community Television
Jack Meyers, contributing writer for The Signal, The College of New Jersey’s newspaper, writes about an LGBT teen who found a safe haven at Triad House, New Jersey’s only group home for abused and neglected LGBT youth.
An article published in the Asbury Park Press announces the First Annual Triad House Ball in April, 2012.
An article on NJ.com highlights the art benefit held for LifeTies at Amwell Antiques & Fine Art Gallery featuring paintings from the artst John Murdoch.
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Triad House on WZBN News Channel 25
Triad House in Trenton Times
Mary Inzana, founder and CEO of LifeTies, visited the Mercer County Community College campus to deliver a speech entitled “The Unseen Path” about empowering abused and neglected youth.