Carmen Trifiletti is a devoted New Jersey Department of Human and Special Services employee and a proud resident of Harrison Township, Gloucester County. The native New Jersey resident attended Clearview Regional High School and Cabrini College. He grew up in Woodbury, the county seat of Gloucester County. Trifiletti grew up in New Jersey, where he was taught the value of helping others at an early age. His parents were heavily involved in various charity events, from New Jersey Clean Communities to Toys for Tots. While New Jersey Clean Communities works to reduce litter in the Garden State, Toys for Tots distributes toys to disadvantaged children at Christmas. Furthermore, Carmen holds a certification as a peer recovery specialist. He has given countless addicts new reasons to believe in themselves and the possibility of recovery. Regarding her job as a clerk for the New Jersey State Department of Human and Special Services, Trifiletti is a dedicated and diligent employee who takes great pride in her work. From the department's headquarters in West Deptford, Gloucester County, Carmen diligently oversees meetings of the CEAS, CIACC, COMA, HSAC, and LPRC. The organization's work is crucial because it helps people struggling with various issues, including addiction, mental illness, and disability. Carmen is committed to seeing that the State of New Jersey Department of Human and Special Services fulfills its responsibilities to the people of her state.