Attachments Jewelry hosts ALEX AND ANI Event to Benefit Hunterdon Behavioral Health


Attachments Jewelry will host an ALEX AND ANI Charmed by Charity event to benefit Hunterdon Behavioral Health on Friday, May 12th from 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. The event will be held in Meeting Room A/B at Hunterdon Medical Center, located at 2100 Wescott Drive, Flemington. 15% of all purchases will be donated to Hunterdon Behavioral Health. ALEX AND ANI is well known for their popular charm bracelets, necklaces and extensive line of eco-conscious jewelry and accessories.

“We are honored to partner with Hunterdon Medical Center for this event,” said Karen Shankoff, owner of Attachments Jewelry. “Events like these are part of what makes our community so special.”


Hunterdon Behavioral Health provides high-quality, comprehensive mental health and addiction services. They diagnose, treat and care for adolescents and adults with mental illness, emotional difficulties or addiction. Hunterdon Behavioral Health has 9 offices located in Hunterdon, Mercer, Somerset and Warren counties.

Hunterdon Behavioral Health’s services include:

· Emergency Services

· Inpatient Services

· Acute Partial Hospital Program

· Outpatient Psychiatric and Psychological Services

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· Day Hospital

· Addiction Treatment Services

· Youth Services – Adolescent Intensive Outpatient, School Based Counseling, Family Crisis


· Community Outreach- Career Services, Older Adult in Home Counseling, Caregiver Support Groups, Family Support Services, Self Help Center

· Employee Assistance

For more information about Hunterdon Behavioral Health, please call 1-866-HBH-2060 or the 24-hour Crisis Hotline at 908-788-6400.


ALEX AND ANI’s exclusive CHARMED BY CHARITY® events promote community support at the local level, as 15% of ALEX AND ANI sales go back to the non-profit organization. Throughout the last 5 years, ALEX AND ANI has donated over $30 million to a variety of non-profits through their Charity by Design initiative.

Pictured: Karen Shankoff, Owner Attachments Jewelry, and Nancy Rumore, MS, LPC, Director of Community Outreach Hunterdon Behavioral Health, at last year’s sale. This year’s sale will be on Friday, May 12 and 15% of proceeds will go to Hunterdon Behavioral Health.