Welcome to Monmouth ResourceNet

We provide a wide range of information about support, resources, and services for families in Monmouth County, New Jersey.

For a printable guide of Mental Health Services offered in Monmouth county, click here.

For a printable guide of Disability Services, click here.

For a printable Children & Youth Behavioral Health Reference Guide, click here.

For a printable Child Health Passport, click here

Monmouth ResourceNet is sponsored by Monmouth Cares.

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N.J. health dept. offers $10M to expand childhood lead testing, treatment

Ahead of National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week, which begins Sunday, the state Department of Health is offering counties and local health agencies to apply for up to $10 million in funding to expand child lead testing and services like education, home inspections and nurse case management.

Faith leaders are vital link in the mental health support chain

The association (NAMI) recently launched a data project that is collecting information on faith-based organizations so it can eventually create a database for people to use when looking to join religious or spiritual groups in their community.

Hurricane and Earthquake Relief

CARCNJ and Latino American Association are accpting your generous donations to assist victims of Maria and the Mexico City Earthquake in their recovery efforts.

Court OKs Partial Access to Disabled Students' Records

Advocacy groups for disabled schoolchildren and their parents may soon be allowed access to redacted reports of settlements with and programs made available to other disabled children, according to a New Jersey appeals court decision Monday.

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