This Center of Excellence hosts webinars for health practitioners focused on the best and latest practices to decrease behavioral health disparities impacting LGBTQ+ children, youth, young adults, adults, and older adults.
Friday, December 16
The Ocean County CIACC Education Partnership invites you to "McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act & the NJ Integrated Cares for Kids (NJ InCK) Program"!
Friday, December 16
By attending this training, you will develop a better understanding of the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act, and learn about the NJ InCK program.
The Promising Path Collaboration Series: Enhancing Trauma Informed Organizations. All sessions are on Zoom from 10am - 12 pm. Fall, Winter, Spring and Summer dates for trainings are available. Trainings include: Sefl/Co-Regulation Tools, Debriefing, Workplace Development, Youth and Family Voice.
The Witnessing Beauty Yoga Teacher Training program aligns with trauma-informed methodologies that emphasize principles of neuroscience and ancient philosophies, while focusing on the domains of post-traumatic growth.
The Office of Continuing Studies at Stockton University is dedicated to enriching the lives of lifelong learners through courses, webinars, workshops and other innovative learning solutions focusing on personal enrichment, professional development and workforce training.
Ocean Partnership for Children, Ocean County Family Support Organization, Inc.& the Community Health Law Project will host a free legal clinic on Dec. 1st to explain how parents & caregivers of children with disabilities can obtain a guardianship.
This announcement serves as the 2023-2024 Ocean County Community Resource Development Funds “Request for Proposals” (RFP) to develop and/or increase the availability of community-based resources to Ocean County youth experiencing emotional, behavioral, developmental, intellectual, and substance use needs, and their families.
The event was held at Garden State Distillery in Toms River on October 25th.
Support services centered on low-income families in Monmouth and Ocean counties
The vigil was held in honor of National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. The event's main speaker was Ed Parze of the Stephanie Nicole Parze Foundation.
Most of those who now receive SNAP benefits must take part in work-study program or work off-campus at least 20 hours per week