Starting next Thursday, June 30, Monmouth County will hold a series of public health forums to discuss the latest information about the Zika virus and other mosquito-related issues in New Jersey.
The Long Branch Concordance Family Success Center proudly announces its 8th Annual Back to School Health Fair! FREE health screenings for families by community partners and Monmouth County service providers. FREE back pack and school supply distribution to schoolage children.
Margaret Gilbride, JD, CT gives an overview of three common paths individuals with disabilities and special needs
may pursue as they transition out of high school.
The Community YMCA is helping to lead a Monmouth County coalition aimed at preventing youth suicide, the third leading cause of death among young people between the ages of 10 and 24, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Kids get their news from many sources, which are not always correct. Here are tips on how to talk about the news -- and listen, too.
What happens to the young adults with special needs who have relies on inclusive supports in general education school systems?
Crisis Hotlines and websites from American Psychological Association, SAMHSA, MHA, NAMI, PFLAG., the National Child Traumatic Stress Network and others.
Almost one-third of all New Jersey children live in low-income families. For black and Hispanic children, the rate is even higher at 51 and 57 percent, respectively. And 81 percent of low-income households exceed the recommended 30 percent of their income on housing costs.