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The mission of the Displaced Homemakers Program at Brookdale Community College is to assist displaced homemakers achieve your goals of emotional and financial self-sufficiency. We help you become empowered to make your own decisions and upgrade and/or obtain skills to support yourself and your family.
Saint Mark's Episcopal Church and Saint Mark's Center for Community Renewal provide a food patnry and soup kitchen. Limited onsite social services are available by appointment with the provider agencies.
The Howell Municipal Alliance provides alcoholism and drug abuse prevention programs in grades K-12.
The goals of Camp Jaycee are centered around developing social skills, improving self-esteem, increasing confidence, learning in a fun environment, developing physical fitness, and establishing meaningful relationships with new friends.
Visiting Nurse Association of Central Jersey is a voluntary, nonprofit organization dedicated to the promotion, restoration and maintenance of the health status of individuals and the community.
The goal of the Prevention Resource Network (PRN) is to reduce the spread of HIV infection and reinfection via Rapid HIV Testing and by modifying behavior through intense health education, risk reduction, and prevention case management initiatives directed toward women and men who are at risk for infection and reinfection.
A non-profit, charitable organization, provides trained telephone listeners who respond to human needs 24 hours every day. This volunteer based organization offers free confidential crisis intervention, information on available resources, and referral to community services.
Compassionate Counseling Services, LLC is an Intensive in Community service provider for the Division of Children's System of Care. Compassionate Counseling Services currently services the Monmouth County area, providing flexible and time-limited counseling services to children and families in their home environment and community.
The mission of the Samaritan Center at the Jersey Shore is to foster hope and well-being for the mind, body, spirit and community though professional faith-based counseling, consulting and education. We are a non-profit corporation established to provide individuals, families, churches, schools, businesses and other organizations with resources for enhancing healthy and vital living.
LGBT Social for youths ages 11-17 years old. An evening of support, games, music, meditation and other activities in a safe and healthy environment.
Rainbow House is a group home for medically fragile children including female adolescents, ages 12-21 who are living with Lupus, Diabetes, HIV, and/or AIDS.
Movement, Music, Motivation
An Afro-Brazilian art form that combines elements of martial arts, games, music, and dance.
Psychiatric evaluation, medication monitoring, individual and family therapy, and art therapy.
The Easterseals Connections behavioral health home isn’t a house, it’s a “home base.” It is a service that assists Monmouth County residents with mental health issues to find
The Soul Kitchen is a Community Restaurant, a non-profit community program run by the Jon Bon Jovi Soul Foundation. At the JBJ Soul Kitchen, a place is ready for you if you are hungry, or if you hunger to make a difference in your community. For we believe that a healthy meal can feed the soul.
Our agency philosophy stems from the premise that every individual and family has strengths and capabilities that can and should be developed.
Addiction treatment for women with children.
The Uncommon Thread is a nonprofit organization in Stirling, NJ that is committed to providing services to children diagnosed with learning, developmental and behavioral disorders including autism. We offer services in our center, in homes, and in schools across the state where our trained therapists and Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) provide Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy for children ages 18 months to 13 years old.
Urban Life Skills Academy is a sole provider organization catering to adolescent and at-risk youth.