The students and aspiring healers group at the Wounded Healers Program offers a safe place to explore the many facets that shaped their current selves and the possibilities for future growth and to tune into their intuitive wisdom to effect transformation in others by exploring the wounded self in relation to the desire to guide, teach, and heal others.
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Over the past several years, as diagnoses mushroomed, society has developed an increasing number of resources to help children with autism and their families.
But once those children become adults, the resources become scarce.
180 Turning Lives Around is seeking two full-time clinicians for our Keeping Families Together program for our Long Branch office. Reach out to JoAnn Palumbo with any questions regarding these positions. [email protected]
The Family Engagement Peer Support Specialists will provide peer-to-peer support services to parents, guardians and families of court-involved youth in Monmouth County’s juvenile court waiting area. Accepting applications between January 25th 2019 – February 15th 2019.
New Year, new location for County Health Department. Office is moving to downtown Freehold.
United Way of Monmouth and Ocean Counties (UWMOC) announces the expansion of the Financial Success Center (FSC) Network from a flagship location in the Freehold Raceway Mall to ten sites throughout Monmouth and Ocean Counties.
Applications will be accepted from February 4, 2019 through February 8, 2019.
Due to the federal government shutdown, you will be receiving your February Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits early. If you received a SNAP benefit in January and were scheduled to receive SNAP in February, your February benefits will be available on your Families First card on Jan. 17.
New federal funding will allow New Jersey to recruit and train nearly 2,000 more primary-care providers to better diagnose and treat mental illness and substance abuse issues in children and adolescents, groups that often lacks access to effective behavioral healthcare.
Acting Governor Sheila Oliver today signed legislation to establish the New Jersey Caregiver Task Force, which will evaluate support services that are available to caregivers. The Task Force will also recommend improvements and expansion of such services and is required to provide an initial report within a year of its organization.