Presented at the National Council’s recent annual NATCON conference in Seattle, this prestigious award recognizes Mental Health First Aid for New Jersey’s commitment to the international Mental Health First Aid movement and the significant impact it has had on communities throughout the state in expanding the use of the evidence-based mental health literacy and skills-training curriculum.
Families are invited to participate in fitness challenges, relay games, kids zumba and yoga, dabble in arts and crafts, sample healthy snacks, enjoy giveaways, view nutritional displays, and more! Parents and guardians will also get plenty of great ideas for activities to keep kids active during the summer, a time when children are more prone to gain weight and fall behind academically.
The Family Engagement Coordinator will oversee the implementation and monitoring of the multi-faceted proposal (outlined below), including coordinating all activities, trainings, seminars, and focus groups with families and juvenile justice stakeholders. This is a contracted position whereby compensation is made based on service-hours billed, up to 1820 hours per year, for the duration of the grant. The starting rate of pay is $25 per hour working 35 hrs per week for a total of 50 weeks.
Reply to The Monmouth County Department of Human Services: [email protected] by submitting a cover letter (indicating in the subject line “JDAI Family Engagement Coordinator”), together with a resume and the names and contact information of at least two references by May 5, 2017. Only complete applications from individuals who meet the educational and experience requirements will be considered*** (Flyer)
Both initiatives, Moor said, were launched out of the early January Call to Collaboration Creative Asbury Park, a 2-day seminar organized by Creative NJ through a Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation grant.Applications to join the Mayor’s Wellness Committee are available at the City Clerk’s office at 1 Municipal Plaza.