• 07/15/2020

    Hill Wallack Employment Law Attorney Susan L. Swatski Appointed to the SERV Centers Board of Directors

    News Release

    Princeton, NJ July 15, 2020 --- Hill Wallack Employment Law attorney Susan L. Swatski, Esq. joins the SERV Centers Board of Directors. Ms. Swatski has been involved with SERV since 2019. She is a member of SERV’s Personnel Committee, and she will now serve on the organization’s Legal Committee. SERV’s President and CEO, Regina Widdows said “Susan has been a longtime, passionate advocate for ethics and professionalism and we look forward to her leadership as we continue our mission to provide exceptional care to those who need it most.”

    Susan L. Swatski is counsel in the Princeton, N.J. office of Hill Wallack LLP. In addition to employment law, Ms. Swatski is also a member of the firm’s Product Liability, Community Associations, and Construction Industry practice groups. She frequently presents seminars regarding anti-discrimination and harassment in the workplace, compliance with COVID-19 regulations and general human resource management.

    Ms. Swatski is admitted to practice in the states of New Jersey and New York, as well as, the United States Supreme Court, the Third Circuit Court of Appeals, the Second Circuit Court of Appeals, the U.S. District Court of New Jersey, the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York and  The U.S. District Court for the Western District of New York.

    About SERV Behavioral Health

    SERV Behavioral Health System, Inc. is a private statewide, not-for-profit behavioral healthcare organization serving adults and children working to recover from a serious mental illness or cope with a developmental disability. Remaining focused on personal dignity and quality of care, we utilize a continuum of services that are tailored to meet individual needs. It is our goal to assist our consumers to live and work successfully in their communities. Housing and supportive services are integrated into a broad-based approach that addresses the most basic needs of each individual (food, shelter, clothing) while allowing them to safely adjust to living in the community and gradually build a more independent life.

    The people we assist on a daily basis are your family, your friends, your neighbors, and your children. They are the people in your community. Each day we work to strengthen these individuals in an effort to help them to live successfully in the community, maintain regular work, or further their education while they struggle to cope with a serious disability. We do this because we know that with the strengthening of each individual comes the strengthening of our community as a whole.