SRF Suicide Prevention Research and Training Project in the School of Social Work at Monmouth University, would like to encourage everyone to take a moment to recognize our individual role in suicide prevention and consider what each of us can do to make a difference in someone’s life.
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Affordable Housing Alliance has been made aware that some of their clients have received a recorded message from a number masquerading as one of their numbers.
If we all learn the warning signs and then help connect people to help, we can save lives. Thank you for all you do to keep our youth healthy. Please reach out to your county coordinator to learn more about the Traumatic Loss Coalitions for youth in your county.
Human Services Commissioner Carole Johnson, Sept. 4, announced WorkFirst NJ cash assistance benefits are increasing by 20 percent for Temporary Assistance for Needy Families and General Assistance recipients.
The County of Monmouth invites the submission of written proposals for JDAI Innovations Funds to provide: 1.) School-Based Behavioral Health Diversion Program using a “Responder Model” and 2.) Family Navigator - Partners with Families Program for the period of January 1, 2020, through December 31, 2020, with two (2) one-year renewal options.
CARC's FREE LEAD-SAFE HOME PROGRAM for low to middle-income tenants and homeowners in Monmouth, Ocean and Atlantic Counties are now accepting applications!
Households in 1-4 unit buildings built before 1978 where income is within 80% of area median income (see income limits in flyer) qualify for this FREE program. Interested? Contact CARC today at 732-774-3282.
Governor Murphy announced that 1,450 more 3- and 4-year olds will benefit from high quality preschool, beginning on October 1st. Farmingdale and Ocean Twp. were the towns in Monmouth County who received funding.
On Tuesday, 9/10, from 9am to 2pm, Ocean Partnership for Children will be hosting Dare To Care, a suicide awareness event encouraging youth in our community to care for others, go out of their way to talk to others, and be kind as well as promote alternatives to suicide that encourage a healthy lifestyle and mindset.
Nurse-Family Partnership has launched a new mobile goal-setting app called Goal Mama. It's designed to support improved health and life outcomes for our moms and babies. This is the first app of its kind for a home visiting program and was developed exclusively for NFP moms.
Founded by Law Enforcement Officer Travis Akins, GTO, or Growth Through Opportunity is a 16-week program for youth with I/DD who are interested in being cadets at police departments. Eatontown, Holmdel, Red Bank, Marlboro and the Monmouth County prosecutor's office are looking for candidates to begin the program in October.