Community Events & Programs
If you have a community event that you would like to share, please submit it online. Registration / login is required.
Held on First Fridays, our Pop-Up Baby Pantry will be available through appointment only. Please call the center (732.497.3811) to schedule your contactless pickup time.
Thursday, April 2 - Wednesday, April 15
Eatontown, Freehold and Union Beach
You may qualify for an income tax refund! If you earn under $56,000 annually, you may be eligible for both the Earned Income Tax Credit and free tax preparation. To claim the EITC and other tax credits, you need to file a tax return, even if you don’t owe anything. Tax Preparation Assistance Dates
January 31, 2020 through April 15, 2020.
Thursday, April 2 - Thursday, April 30
Laurie Berkner, queen of children’s music, is connecting to her young homebound fans by hosting free “Berkner Break” concerts at 10 a.m. most weekdays on her Facebook page.
Thursday, April 2
This webinar will discuss the connection between faith and mental health. The PEWS Program educates members of the clergy, lay leaders and houses of worship to better recognize when persons are experiencing emotional challenges, signs and symptoms, treatment options, and how to link members to available resources.
Friday, April 3
In response to many questions, ACNJ has received from child care providers around the state, we will be co-hosting a series of Facebook Live Q&A sessions to address issues child care providers are facing. The first session will be on Friday, April 3rd at 11:00 AM and will cover the federal stimulus package, unemployment benefits, and small business loans.
Sunday, April 5
This presentation by NAMI NJ is designed to train individuals with various mental health conditions, to give presentations about their illness and recovery. The program is a powerful tool for community education and reducing stigma by putting a human face on an often-misunderstood area of human suffering.
Tuesday, April 7
Led by workplace coach and positive psychology expert, Stella Grizont, the one-hour webinar will discuss: three strategies to stay focused, organized and connected,, how to create healthy boundaries between your work and home life, and easy evidence-based practices to maintain positivity and stay resilient
Wednesday, April 8
This webinar will include a presentation on coping with COVID-19 anxiety followed by a question and answer session. In an effort to give all families a chance to participate, we have limited registration. Please register early to secure a spot! Hosted by Caitlin Summers, LPC, Program Supervisor, First Children Services.
Monday, April 13
An accessible guide to understanding causation, symptoms, co-occurring disorders and treatment options for anxiety.
Wednesday, April 29
Marla W. Deibler, PsyD is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and the Founder and Executive Director of The Center for Emotional Health of Greater Philadelphia.
Saturday, May 9
Wednesday, May 13
This is part of a Community Health & Wellness Workshop Series. Sessions are open to parents, educators, and concerned citizens! Facilitator: Alisha DeLorenzo, Living Yes. **Free childcare is provided by Howell PAL**
Saturday, May 16
Asbury Park ALIVE! Is a free event that will create safe spaces for walking and bicycling through the temporary closing of streets to automobiles. The event will also feature music, games, fitness activities, healthy food, health screenings, art, and cultural demonstrations to strengthen the entire Asbury Park Community.
Saturday, June 6
This is a free event - all are welcome to attend. Healthcare, Mental Health, and Social Service professionals will be on hand for information and screenings. Refreshments, music, giveaways, and more.