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Family Centers and Supports

Family Based Services Association of New Jersey: FBSANJ provides support, educate and advocacy on behalf of Monmouth County Families who have children with emotional, behavioral and mental health needs. As part of our mission, they also serve families who have children with co-occurring behavioral challenges and developmental delays and/or difficulties related to substance abuse.

Family Success Centers: The purpose of Family Success Centers is to enrich the lives of children and parents by making families and neighborhoods stronger. Families receive support in dealing with the stress of parenting and everyday issues.

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Notice of Funding Availability - Community Peer Recovery Center

This Request for Proposals this (RFP) is issued by the New Jersey Department of Human Services (DHS), Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS) to develop regional Community Peer Recovery Centers (CPRC). Proposal Due Date – no later than 4:00 p.m. on March 16, 2020

Fentanyl Factor Film

Fentanyl Factor is a documentary from Prevention Resources/Safe Coalition of Hunterdon/Somerset County. 

NJ ATSA Announces the Tom Calabrese Student Scholarship Award

Tom Calabrese was a talented clinician who worked with sexual offenders for more than 20 years. Tom started at the Adult Diagnostic and Treatment Center and then worked at the Special Treatment Unit while also maintaining a busy private practice partnership. NJ ATSA created this student scholarship award to honor the spirit of his memory.

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