Come out and make new friends with those who share the love of art too! Build social skills and get creative with us in Art Club! All ages welcomed!
We will be teaching our first lesson on oil painting! Come out and join us!
For more information about give kids a smile visit www.njda.org and click on give kids a mile under Public Resources.
A performance by The Playground Theatre Project followed by a discussion with George Scott of the Traumatic Loss Coalition on school violence, trauma, youth depression and suicide.
When ?parents of adolescent and adult children with developmental disabilities? ?think about? retirement, it is? important? to understand the role that Social Security benefits can and should play in your overall retirement plan.
The goal of the Minority Fellowhip Program is to increase the percentages of professionals who are qualified to provide leadership in research, practice, education, and policy promulgation in government and private organizations that are central to the development and implementation of culturally specific and patient-centered programs for underserved ethnic minority persons with mental health or substance abuse disorders.
YAP offers a full network of Behavioral Health and Mentoring programs in the community.
The mission of the CIACC is to maintain a responsive, accessible, and integrated system of care for children with special social, emotional, and behavioral challenges.
Private Tutoring at Ocean County library or in home.
The Family Resource Network (FRN) is dedicated to offering individuals and their families with continuing needs, the greatest opportunities, resources, and services to support a full and happy life.
Non-profit experiential education organization with a wilderness center in upper Passaic county for camping, climbing, and canoeing.
The Family Support Center is a clearinghouse of up-to-date information on a national, state and local family support programs, services and disabilities. The Family Support Center offers a "One-Stop-Shopping" approach to individuals seeking information on disabilities and services by providing them with easy access to a comprehensive array of services.
Steps to accessing services/supports from the Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD) This timeline applies to students who have exhausted their educational entitlement by turning 21 years of age within the 2014/2015 school year.