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Executive Director

Phone: (609) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: m***@***.org
Local Address:  New York City , New York , United States
Lifeties Inc
2205 Pennington Road
Trenton , New Jersey 08638
United States

Company Description: LifeTies, Inc. is a private, non,profit 501(c)(3) organization established in 1982 that serves youth in crisis. All of our programs emphasize self-sufficiency and...   more

Employment History

  • Chief Executive Officer and Founder
    Lifeties Inc
  • Founder and Chief Executive Officer
    Triad House
  • Chief Executive Officer and Founder
    Life Ties


  • graduate degrees
20 Total References
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- LifeTies Executive Director Mary ..., 10 Jan 2014 [cached]
- LifeTies Executive Director Mary Inzana
Lifeties Executive Director Mary Inzana
LifeTies has been caring for young people in crisis for more than thirty years.
Noon., 'The Unseen Path' presented by ..., 17 Feb 2010 [cached]
Noon., 'The Unseen Path' presented by Mary Inzana, CEO and founder of LifeTies, a Trenton-based organization serving youth in crisis. She will share her personal voyage to empowering abused and neglected youngsters. A former caseworker and supervisor at the New Jersey Division of Youth and Family Services, she found the Mercer County Adolescent Coalition in 1980. It was renamed LifeTies in 1991 to avoid confusion with county-operated programs. Under LifeTies, she established Triad House, a group home for adolescents who are physically, sexually, or emotionally abused; Teenage Independent Living Training, Rainbow House, a group home for adolescents with HIV/AIDS and their children; and Mary's Place, a housing program in Trenton for ages 18 to 21 without a stable home base. Free.,
The Trentonian - News - 03/16/2006 - Tussle over troubled teen home, 16 Mar 2006 [cached]
Mary Inzana, founder and CEO of the Triad House, said that she would like to build eight efficiency apartments and eight transitional living apartments on her property, which, she said, would be considered affordable housing.
Inzana said that her current house holds eight girls and four boys, aged 15 through 18.Most kids are victims of abuse, homelessness, have parents that are drug addicts, or did not make it into foster care.
"Kids do well when they're here," she said."They get tutored and they get the help they need therapeutically."
Inzana fondly remembers several kids who have come through her home, since it opened in 1985, who have gone on to get a college education, and some even attained graduate degrees.
"We want to make our kids totally successful," she said."We want to give them the same opportunities that kids with families get."
The addition, she said, would be a separate building, aimed at young adults aged 17 through 21.Each person would be required to have graduated from high school, and must be employed or attending college.
The building would hold a total of 16 young adults, who, she said, are mostly from Mercer County.
Each young adult in her current house is also required to participate in community service, such as Meals on Wheels, and the same would hold through for her new home, she said.
Inzana said that the young adults who would be in her home could either have aged out of foster care or been living in her Triad house, and although they are older, they are still in need of support.
"We want them to go on to be productive members of society," Inzana said."They need a bridge to help them over the hump they've been faced with."
But first she needs to cross a bridge with angry neighbors trying to stop her to get her project approved by the zoning board. | Archive | Features | 3 [cached]
Mary Inzana, CEO and founder of Life Ties, a nonprofit organization that runs Triad House, a home for LGBTQ youth.
It's no wonder they never learned ..., 1 Mar 2013 [cached]
It's no wonder they never learned to dream big - that they're afraid to dream big," said Mary Inzana, founder of LifeTies. New Jersey Helping Hands
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