United States: Herrick Partner, Mark Wiechnik, Named Chairman Of Legacy Treatment Services, Effective July 1, 2014
Last Updated: June 17 2014

In furtherance of Herrick, Feinstein's committment to community service and outreach, Mark M. Wiechnik, Esq. was named  Chairman of the newly formed non-profit behavioral health organization, Legacy Treatment Services, commencing July 1, 2014. A result of the successful merger of the Lester A. Drenk Behavioral Center, Children's Home of Burlington County, Legacy Treatment Services ("Legacy") will be one of the largest non-profit behavioral health organizations in New Jersey, and bring together a combined 200 years of community outreach.  Legacy will provide a full continuum of behavioral health services to thousands of children, youth and adults throughout New Jersey, including treatment, special education, supported housing, substance abuse treatment, shelter services, outpatient therapy, residential programs and emergency crisis intervention.  Mark is excited to be a part of this new venture, as he and the Herrick family continue their support of the non-profit community. Congratulations, Mark!

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