Community Events & Programs

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  • Mental Health Mondays - Free Mini Makeovers


    Mental Health Mondays - Free Mini Makeovers

    Complimentary 15-minute makeovers by the Brow Doctor - Shardae Ethridge. Mingle, eat hors-d'oeuvre and get a chance to vent, be yourself and just let it out! These services are for both women and men. Mental health is extremely important

  • Lakewood

    Take Control of Your Health

    Take Control of Your Health is an interactive chronic disease self-management workshop that will teach you how to manage pain and chronic conditions by focusing on a positive attitude and adopting healthier lifestyle patterns.

  • Advocacy in Action: Effectively Communicating with Legislators

    This webinar will highlight the advocacy of the I/DD community to educate and inform legislators and public officials. This session will offer information on the background of the advocacy movement, motivation for advocacy and the role of government.

  • FCS Needs Reading Buddies & Healthy Buddies

    Long Branch

    FCS Needs Reading Buddies & Healthy Buddies

    Are you 55+ and looking to volunteer? Help us make a difference in the lives of children! Choose from more than 15 Monmouth County Public Schools. No teaching experience required and training will be provided. Call 732-222-9111 x 151 for more information.

  • Teen Nights - May 17th & May 31st


    Teen Nights - May 17th & May 31st

    Highlands / Atlantic Highlands Municipal Alliance & Highlands Recreation Department Present:: Teen Night for youth in grades 7 through 12. Free admission

  • Howell Township

    Mental Health First Aid Certificate Training

    In this 8-hour adult certification training, Mental Health First Aiders learn a 5-step action plan that guides them through the process of reaching out and offering appropriate support. This certificate training is for adults,18 and over, and anyone in the community, as well as health care professionals.

  • RAFTS S.O.S. Breakfast


    RAFTS S.O.S. Breakfast

    RAFTS Speakers On Saturday Breakfast June 1st 9:00 - 11:00 am. Join us for a Free breakfast as Barbara Cashin CSW, LCADC presents the cycle of Addiction and Recovery for All.

  • Wall Township

    Civil War Encampment-The Actions at Rural Plains

    Join the crowds in watching, and participate in military drills, meet President Lincoln, and converse with influential military figures. Learn about the lives of soldiers and civilians. A skirmish between Confederate and Union Troops will take place in the heart of the village!

  • Loch Arbour

    Helper's Happy Hour

    The goal of this free event is to share our passion and build a strong community of wellness providers in the area.

  • West Long Branch,

    The Ripple Effects of Child Abuse

    Members of Law Enforcement, Prosecution, Victim Advocates, Department of Children Protection and Permanency Workers, Nurses, Medical and Mental Health Professionals, and all other professionals who may benefit

  • Freehold

    Youth Mental Health First Aid Course

    Youth Mental Health First Aid teaches you how to identify, understand and respond to mental health issues and substance abuse disorders.

  • What does epilepsy have to do with Autism?

    This Webinar will examine the relationship between Autism and Epilepsy, including its signs and symptoms, the importance of early detection, how Epilepsy can provide insight into the manifestations of Autism, treatment options, and outcomes. 

  • SPAN Presents: Health Advocacy: Accessing Health Coverage & Services For Your Family


    SPAN Presents: Health Advocacy: Accessing Health Coverage & Services For Your Family

    This workshop will provide information about the various insurance models- who is eligible, what is covered and how to apply.  Information on the benefits of the Affordable Care Act will also be provided.  Suggestions on what to do if you are having difficulty accessing health care services will be offered.

  • Ride for Autism


    Ride for Autism

    The Ride for Autism is a one-day charity bicycle tour designed to raise money for Autism New Jersey and also to raise community awareness about autism.

  • Hooked on Fishing-Not on Drugs Youth Fishing Challenge 


    Hooked on Fishing-Not on Drugs Youth Fishing Challenge 

    Registered youth participants will be eligible to receive prizes for the fish they catch during the event. Youths must be present at the conclusion of the event to be awarded prizes.

  • Eatontown

    FBSANJ Announces Monthly Cooking and Food Education classes!

    Family Based Services, in partnership with Rachel Tansey, from the Rutgers Cooperative Extension Service in Monmouth County, Therese Hendrickson Family Advocate, and Shatiya Whitley Monmouth County Youth Partnership Coach, will be offering FREE hands-on food education classes.

  • iPlay America's 3rd Annual Science Fair


    iPlay America's 3rd Annual Science Fair

    Registered students will have the opportunity to present their projects while competing for over $5,000 in cash and iPlay America prizes. Best of all, the school with the most entries will win a night of FREE Unlimited Rides for the entire school! 

  • New Trends in Housing Assistance and Local Strategies to Increase the Supply

    Find out more about what housing providers and localities are doing to meet this growing demand and the changing needs of recipients.

  • Oral Health for Children with Special Health Care Needs

    The following webinar is designed for caretakers of children with special health care needs. Children with special health care needs are at great risk for dental diseases, and many times they do not know how or are unable to care for their teeth. Caregivers can play a very important role in helping a person have good health, comfort, and hygiene.

  • Manalapan-Englishtown Special Education Parent Group Coffee & Support


    Manalapan-Englishtown Special Education Parent Group Coffee & Support

    Manalapan-Englishtown district parents of children with an IEP/504 plan are invited to come to a parent-to-parent setting to discuss questions and/or concerns about school/district policy matters.

  • Neptune

    2019 HICMC Health Equity Forum: Doing the Right Thing - Health Equity, Inclusion & Diversity

    The Health Equity Workgroup is sponsoring another Health Equity Forum on June 14, 2019 at 9am-12pm at Jersey Shore University Medical Center. This year the group wants to focus the presentation using speakers on behalf of the populations who are struggling to access health care and social services.

  • Freehold

    Attentive Behavior Care Summer Camp!

    Summer camp for those with Autism aged 2-21

  • Freehold

    Monmouth County Fair

    Join in the fun during this traditional county fair. This year's Fair includes a home and garden competition, live music, rides, and so much more. Hours are Wednesday-Friday from 5 - 11 pm; Saturday from 3 - 11 pm; and Sunday from 11 am - 6 pm.

  • Eatontown

    SPAN Presents: Basic Rights in Special Education - Monmouth County

    This event provides an introduction to family rights and responsibilities as parents of children with special needs under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), the New Jersey Code, and Section 504 of the Vocational Rehabilitation Act.  For parents of classified children and non-classified children having difficulty in school.