Healing together: The Hubb in Newark allows young people to process trauma through creativity

The Hubb's location on Prince Street may seem small from the outside, but it’s leaving a huge impact on teenagers who have gone through some life-changing experiences.

News 12 Staff

Mar 19, 2024, 2:50 PM

Updated 25 days ago

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The Hubb Arts and Trauma Center in Newark is teaching the city’s youth and young adults how to cope through creativity and music.
Its location on Prince Street may seem small from the outside, but it’s leaving a huge impact on teenagers who have gone through some life-changing experiences.
It has a full recording studio with an audio booth, podcast room, counseling center, kitchen and group activity space for their version of group therapy called “My thoughts out loud.”
"We all heal together because hurt people hurt people, but healed people and healing people can heal people – and that's our motto here," said founder and CEO Al Tariq.
News 12’s Amanda Lee visited The Hubb and spoke with case managers and students about how the nonprofit works.


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