At least 24,000 children who are undocumented or whose legal residency is in flux are now covered
Under this program, eligible providers will be able to receive up to $50,000 to redeem a participant’s cumulative outstanding student loan balance in exchange for every two full-time years of service at an approved site. Participants can redeem a total of $150,000 in loans payments in exchange for up to six years of service.
New toys in their packaging will be given away at the event on Sunday.
New Hope Baptist Church of Manitou Park, Living Water Community Church and O.C.E.A.N., Inc. team up again to help kids in need.
Ocean's Harbor House announced today it will begin a process of transitioning its emergency youth shelter into a family shelter citing heightened demand and need in the community for families in need of shelter and support services that provide a stable environment.
Ocean County nonprofit celebrates Pride and Immigrant Heritage Month in June
The third annual "Pride in the Park" in Stafford kicks off on June 21.
TOMS RIVER – In order to better meet the evolving needs of Ocean County's disadvantaged and homeless population, the Ocean County Board of Commissioners is poised to create a Homelessness Trust Fund to help bolster programs for the underprivileged with more flexibility.
Fighting fatigue: As mental health organizations struggle to serve their populations, they face another problem -- demands on their workers
When the head of the Toms River-based Ocean Partnership for Children says it has been serving local youth dealing with significant issues during the pandemic, it’s no understatement.
Psychological scientists examine potential beneficial and harmful effects of social media use on adolescents’ social, educational, psychological, and neurological development.
With increasing frequency, children are being removed from educational placements due to safety concerns, and their parents are told that, before their children can return to the classroom, they must undergo a psychiatric evaluation.
The law goes into effect in December of next year
Ocean County nonprofit takes action to reduce stigma and promote mental health awareness.
Learn 'Hidden Dangers' of Special Needs Individuals: POAC to Present at Three Ocean County Library Branches
TOMS RIVER – Families, guardians, parents, and professionals who interact with children and adults with autism, developmental challenges, and special needs can discover effective safety steps during upcoming programs at the Ocean County Library.
TOMS RIVER, N.J. - Ocean Partnership for Children (OPC) is celebrating Autism Awareness throughout the month of April with a variety of internal and community events.
Ocean Partnership for Children recognizes social workers for National Social Work Month
More teens are in shelters. NJ looks to train workers to get them into needed programs
Closing Date: 03/23/2023 at 04:00 PM
America’s children and teens are facing a mental health crisis widely tied to the social impact of COVID-19.
Ocean Partnership for Children teams up with community partners to advocate for teens.
But advocates say the state is not doing enough to promote the program
Ocean Partnership for Children expands services for youth and families impacted by homelessness
in Ocean County.
The Ocean County-based nonprofit provides care management services for Ocean County youth up to 21 years old with complex mental health, substance use, intellectual, and developmental needs and their families.
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.
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
Along with the new number there will be additional resources to help people in crisis
Human Services Announces New Help Line for Caregivers of Adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
Caregivers Can Call 833-NJ-ADULT (833-652-3858) Daily from 8:30 a.m. to 8 p.m.