The New Jersey Department of Children and Families is working to evolve the existing School-Based Youth Services (SBYS) infrastructure and programming, to launch a statewide, innovative hub-and-spoke model of services and resources intended to support youth wellness and prevent the need for deeper interventions in the mental health system.
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Mental Illness Awareness Week, October 2 - 8, 2022. #MIAW is a congressionally-recognized awareness week that raises awareness and provides educational resources. We recognize that when you live with a mental health condition, the unique challenges that come with that condition intersect with every part of your life. Find resources Here
NJ Human Services Launches Redesigned NJ Helps Portal and Online Application for Food & Cash Assistance & Expands SNAP Navigators
Eligible residents can now use redesigned application to apply and get assistance from SNAP navigators available in every county
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RFP: INTENSIVE MOBILE TREATMENT SERVICES FOR YOUTH AND YOUNG ADULTS WITH INTELLECTUAL / DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES
Publication Date: September 20, 2022 Response Deadline: October 26, 2022, by 12:00 P.M. Funding of $4,700,000 Available ARP Funding-CFDA #93.778. There will be a virtual Mandatory Respondent’s Conference on October 5, 2022.
Time is Running Out to Take Advantage of Temporary Relief Under the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program
As a nonprofit employee or employer, you are making a difference every day. That service to others may make you eligible for a limited-time program to have your federal loans fully forgiven. But nonprofit employees need to act before October 31 to take advantage of this temporary waiver.
Murphy Administration and Legislative Leaders Encourage Eligible Homeowners & Renters to Apply for Historic Property Tax Relief through New ANCHOR Program
ANCHOR replaces the Homestead Benefit program. Important instructions on how to file for the new Affordable NJ Communities for Homeowners and Renters (ANCHOR) program have started being mailed out today to eligible residents, officially launching the largest property tax relief initiative in New Jersey history.
Local Rotary officials facilitated a Community Needs Assessment Workshop earlier this summer, bringing together 35 stakeholders in the local community to identify current strengths and unmet needs, as well as models for collaboration among nonprofits.
The state of New Jersey will be receiving over $300 million of opioid settlement funds over the next 18 years, and the Murphy Administration wants your opinion on how the funds will be used.
The office – a result of a collaboration between the Division of Workforce Development and the New Jersey Department of Labor – features a comprehensive one-stop career center for job seekers and businesses.