Fireworks in Monmouth & Ocean County Here are the area's fireworks displays for America's big day, listed alphabetically by town. To see them listed by date, click here.
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Only one (1) SRAP pre-application per household will be accepted. Only New Jersey residents are eligible to apply for SRAP assistance. SRAP pre-applications can be submitted ONLINE with the use of a personal computer, laptop, smartphone, or tablet by going online at https://www.waitlistcheck.com/NJ559.
Monmouth COAD, MHA and Monmouth Behavioral Health Seek Feedback from School Personnel for Upcoming Webinar
Monmouth COAD (Community Orgs. Active in Disaster), Mental Health Association of Monmouth, and the Monmouth County Division of Behavioral Health plan to offer a school-focused webinar in late August that will be recorded for those who can’t attend the live event.
DHS has created an online system to register, report and request additional shipments of free naloxone.
This new partnership that will allow for the delivery of naloxone kits directly to NJ's community organizations offering prevention, treatment, and recovery services.
Some residential customers with overdue utility bills can receive an extension, but they must apply for assistance by the end of today, June 14th.
The process to get a coveted Real ID driver’s license — which can be used as identification for domestic air travel and to gain access to federal buildings after May 3, 2023 — just got a little easier.
NAMI Releases Virtual Mental Health Education Program for Teens - NAMI Ending the Silence to Expand Reach Online
The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) today announced that its free, signature education program for middle school and high school-aged students, NAMI Ending the Silence, is now available on a virtual platform that can be used anywhere.
The County Comprehensive Plan or “CCP” is required by state legislation and its purpose is to utilize information collected through a needs assessment process to develop a plan with priorities for New Jersey addiction grant funds. The cycle happens every four years.
The Community Food Connection, a coalition of area food pantries and community spaces announces their first collaboration, an effort to boost the amount of farm-fresh, local produce that is distributed to local families and work to end nutritional insecurity in our area.
A press conference will take place at the Asbury Park Food Collective.
Special professional guests were on hand having expertise in mental health. With a focus on management of mental health and how folks can find the resources, the panel provided direction for those impacted.