ABC Therapy Services is a non-profit organization that provides statewide in-home solutions for children and adolescents dealing with depression, grief or loss, anxiety, trauma, oppositional and defiant behavior, ADHD, intellectual and developmental disabilities, or substance abuse.
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Contact MMCSC Oncology Nurse Navigator for details and eligibility: 732-886-4510
Para más detalles e informacíon sobre eligibilidad, comuníquese con la enfermera navegadora de oncología de MMCSC: 732-886-4510
In the wake of a traumatic event, your comfort, support and reassurance can make children feel safe, help them manage their fears, guide them through their grief, and help them recover in a healthy way
Sunny Days Sunshine Center serves children birth to 18, at our Centers, In the Home, or in the Community. We specialize in Autism & other developmental related disorders who have challenges in learning, speech-language, feeding, behavioral, social skills, sensory processing, and/or motor development.
FREE Family-Focused Program
Strengthening Families is a nationally researched program providing skill-building sessions and fun activities that will help with the toughest job in existence: BEING A PARENT!
Pathways to Success addresses barriers faced by individuals impacted by opioids so they may find gainful and long term employment. All services provided in this program are FREE to participants; can be referred by a provider or be self-referred.
Nicotine is a powerful, highly-addictive drug.
On average, people try to quit smoking five to seven times before they successfully quit for good.
Recent changes in immigration policy are presenting new and intense challenges to infants, toddlers, preschoolers and their families, and the teachers and programs that work with them. Families and programs are experiencing increased trauma due to the immigration climate.
The Housing Resource Guide of Ocean County was created by the Ocean County Human Services Advisory Council. Some agencies may have a wait list for housing with no guarantee on length or availability of services. This guide is strictly informational.
Assistive Technology – hearing aids, communication devices, wheelchairs and home or vehicle modifications – can be expensive to purchase. National Disability Institute can help you find and afford assistive technology. Our Assistive Technology (AT) Loan Program provides affordable loans of $500 to $30,000 to residents of New Jersey and New York.
Coping Skills for Depression and Anxiety in Older Adulthood Group
With a highly qualified staff of therapists, behavioral assistants and mentors, supported by an efficient and experienced administrative group, CCSI provides outstanding services to children and families throughout New Jersey.
The HOB provides food and clothing to those people who find themselves in need.
CFC Loud N Clear Foundation is hosting a Free Teen Self Empowerment Event for boys ages 13-17 at the CFC Farm in Farmingdale, NJ. Through activities and motivational speakers, the teens will learn skills about team building and leadership, character development, self-discovery and positive communication and wellness. There will be motivational speakers including special guest speaker Josh Ansley. There will be so many fun and fulfilling activities which will end with an amazing bonfire. Lunch and snacks will be served. Please RSVP at www.healingus.org/ROCK.
A federally designated University Center of Excellence in Developmental Disabilities Education, Research, and Service. Emphasizes a community based, life span approach to meet the needs of individuals with developmental disabilities and their families.
Brain Injury support groups are an opportunity for both persons with brain injury and their family members to discuss the difficulties and hardships they are facing, as well as the accomplishments and joys in their life. This free group meets at the Bancroft NeuroRehab on the last Thursday of each month at 6:30 pm.
This guide outlines programs and services that may be of interest to individuals living with a disability and is based on frequently requested resources.
This is a social and peer group created to empower children to improve social skills and develop self-confidence.