On Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Governor Phil Murphy today signed landmark legislation to reform New Jersey’s juvenile justice system. This legislation marks a major accomplishment in the Governor’s efforts to ensure a more humane, just, and equitable criminal justice system.
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Nonprofits organizations that are recognized by the IRS as 501 c 3 are invited to apply (Excludes houses of worship, schools, colleges, and universities). Application due date: 4/3/2020.
The U.S. Census Bureau is ramping up national recruiting efforts to hire up to 500,000 census takers for the #2020Census. The positions offer competitive pay, flexible hours, paid training, and weekly paychecks.
New Jersey residents experiencing homelessness can call 2-1-1 for help; operators are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The service is free and confidential.
JDAI Innovations Funds to provide School Based Diversion: Respond with Restorative Practices Program
The County of Monmouth invites the submission of written proposals for JDAI Innovations Funds to provide School Based Diversion: Respond with Restorative Practices Program for the period of March 1, 2020 through December 31, 2020, with two (2) one-year renewal options.
The program assists homeless veterans obtain affordable rental housing in the private sector, paying 70 percent of their rent. The veterans pay the remainder. Veterans don't have to be local and can choose housing in another town, though the city would have to coordinate with the housing authority in that location.
Students are invited to create T-Shirt design concepts that communicate AIR's message about focusing on mental health along with all other aspects of our health to live as healthfully, happily and successfully as possible.
The Juvenile Justice Commission (JJC) is seeking multiple service providers to bring an array of prosocial activities and growth opportunities to youth to help young people realize their potential and successfully transition back into their communities. Applications and all required attachments must be received by 3:00 pm on January 31, 2020.
Greyhound Bus Lines teams with the National Runaway Safeline (NRS) to offer runaway kids a free ticket home to get back with their families or guardians, if they choose to do so. Every year, around 400 kids and teens who have run away get a free ride home with Greyhound — anywhere in the U.S. — it’s called the “Home Free” program.
The scholarship is designated for students who were diagnosed with cancer and whose disease and related treatments placed a significant financial burden on them and their families. Scholarship recipients must furnish a letter of confirmation by a licensed physician as proof of their cancer diagnosis.