The Boys and Girls Club of Camden County

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Boys and Girls Club of Camden County

For more than 26 years, Daniel “Dan” Farber has served as president and chief executive officer of Bright Lights USA in Barrington, New Jersey. When he is not leading sales and operations at Bright Lights, Dan Farber contributes to local charities such as the Boys and Girls Club of Camden County.

The Boys and Girls Club of Camden County hosts a number of programs that address each of the Boys and Girls Club’s five core program areas, such as education and career development, character and leadership development, the arts, health and life skills, and sports, fitness, and recreation. One of the organization’s most impactful programs is Triple Play, the Boys and Girls Club of America’s (BGCA) premiere health and wellness initiative, which has been designed to enhance participants’ bodies, minds, and souls.

Founded with the help of the United States Department of Health and Human Services, Triple Play operates with a mission of raising the physical activity levels of children between the ages of 6 and 18 through exercise routines, games, sports, and six unique Daily Fitness Challenges. As a complete health and wellness program, Triple Play also touches on matters of eating healthily and developing healthy personal relationships. The program even engages parents and guardians through the Healthy Habits program and Triple Play Parents Game Plan. To learn more about healthy living and the Triple Play program visit

Supporting Children and Families – Children’s Crisis Treatment Center

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Children’s Crisis Treatment Center

New Jersey resident and graduate of Rutgers School of Business, Daniel “Dan” Farber is the chief executive officer and president of Bright Lights USA. In addition to leading Bright Lights, Dan Farber supports several charitable organizations, including Philadelphia, Pennsylvania-based Children’s Crisis Treatment Center (CCTC).

Children’s Crisis Treatment Center provides advocacy, education, and resources for children’s mental health services. CCTC helps more than 2,400 families every year to understand adverse experiences using techniques based on decades of research. Outreach programs are offered in homes, schools, the community, and in nearby Montgomery County.

Trained Children’s Crisis Treatment Center mobile behavioral health therapists administer rehabilitation services to identify and address kids’ issues. Therapeutic staff members partner with youths on an individual basis giving support they need to succeed in life. CCTC care coordinators oversee the entire care process ensuring the child’s family unit is aware of health and support resources in their area, and facilitates communication between behavioral health programs.