Como entablar la demanda del Divorcio, Como representarse a sí mismo en un Divorcio & Como entender el Proceso de solicitar una Modificación.
Filing and Representing Yourself in a Divorce & Understanding the Modification Process
Two branches of the Ocean County Library will host “Together we are Stronger than Bullying,” a program developed by the New Jersey Council on Developmental Disabilities. The program will emphasize the bullying committed against people with developmental disabilities and outline the efforts that are used to stop it.
Carolyn Zangara of Central New Jersey Grotto will present a program at three Ocean County Library branches during October that introduces the hobby of caving and will whet one’s appetite to learn more.
The Girl Talk program is a 10 week counseling group focusing on Empowering tweens & teens to identify themselves as beautiful, strong and powerful young women. Addressing age appropriate issues that may be difficult for young girls to discuss with their parents or with their peers.
Come meet other people who are interested in writing. Share your creative process and get new ideas from others! Presented by Annette L Becklund, MSW, LCSW & Assoc LLC.
The goal of the event is for Ocean County partners to meet OPC’s new CEO and staff. Concurrently, OPC is hosting a provider resource fair for all attendees to learn about Ocean County resources and services.
Are you looking for something FREE to do with your little one during the week? Are you looking to socialize your tiny tot with others? Are you looking for support & community for yourself? If you answered "yes" to any of these questions...Then you have found the place for your & your little one!
A listing of services provided
In collaboration with Rutgers School of Social Work
Young? Pregnant? Hope is here. Whether you're a pregnant teen and don't know what to do next, or you'd like to know more about how we teach and equip pregnant youth to make a healthy plan for their futures and their babies' futures, we're glad you have discovered Grace Initiatives. Grace Initiatives in New Jersey exists to empower pregnant young women to prepare for their future and their babies' future by providing housing, counseling and life-skills education to pregnant teens at our residential home, Grace's Place.
Free for youth ages 13-21. All Get FIT programs are created for people with special needs. Brought to you by The Family Resource Network, Georgian Court University & The Snowflake Foundation.
TOMS RIVER - Ocean County Library will host three programs about autism at several of its branches this fall.
The NJ Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS) has designed a program to partner with family members and friends of those who have been or currently are hospitalized in one of NJ's State psychiatric hospitals. The goal of this program, called the Family Partnership program, is to improve the quality of care and treatment in the State Hospital system. DMHAS strives to provide the best quality of care to patients in our hospitals, and has created a two-pronged approach to accomplish this goal; the Family Monitoring program and the Concerned Family program.
Teenagers need to understand why they should not overshare online
It's difficult to overstate the impact a father can have on a child's life. Research shows that active and involved fathers raise children with higher IQ's. These children are also better academically prepared and able to cope with school-related stress. In these and other ways, engaged fathers contribute to better outcomes and successful futures for their children.