Child Assault Prevention (CAP) of Monmouth County, Inc. is dedicated to reducing children’s vulnerability to abuse through the empowering concept that each child has the right to be Safe, Strong, and Free.
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Child Care Resources provides: Child Care financial assistance for eligible working families, Parent education on choosing quality care, and Professional Development for child care providers.
(A parent tool for tracking your child's health and wellness)
Children's Aid and Family Services provide high-quality, innovative services to children, adults, and their families that advance social, educational and emotional development and well-being.
- ARC-GROW Therapy
- Domestic Violence
- Reunification Therapy
- Developing & Implementing Treatment Plans
- AAC Device
- Problematic Sexual Behavior
The Children's Center of Monmouth County offers educational services, training in adaptive living and pre-vocational skills for students, ages 3 to 21. Our population includes students diagnosed with autism, pervasive developmental disorder and multiple disabilities.
Private school educational services.
Dr. DeNicola is a member of the American College of Osteopathic Pediatricians and is Clinical Professor of Pediatrics for UMDNJ School of Osteopathic Medicine.
A nonprofit organization specializing in residential treatment, individual and group therapy, special education, supported housing, substance abuse treatment, shelter services, and in-home respite for developmentally disabled children, youth, and families.
We provide adoption options, birth parent counseling, child abuse prevention and treatment, child care services, community and neighborhood-based services, foster care, pre- and post-natal services, school-based youth services, child welfare services, early childhood, and parenting services, including ARC Grow and Trauma Focused CBT.
The Children's Interagency Coordinating Council (CIACC) is a body of agencies, government, community members, families and youth-serving those with mental/behavioral health, intellectual disabilities and/or substance use disorders.
This program offers 24-7 crisis de-escalation, safety planning and case management supports to children and families in Monmouth County within 1 hour of their call. Families should call the System Administrator, PerformCare at (877) 652-7624 for more information and linkage to services.
Children's Mobile Response and Stabilization Services is a single, comprehensive system of mobile response available to children and youth whose escalating emotional or behavioral issues require timely interventions to prevent disruption of their current living arrangement, including out-of-home placement.
Multi-Disciplinary Center specializing in Developmental Pediatrics, Individual Therapy, Speech and Language Therapy, Nutritional Counseling, Biomedical Treatments and Traditional Medication
A Child’s Place School (ACP) in Monmouth County, NJ offers a safe and stimulating pre-school and early primary education experience for children age 3-7 and is accredited by the NAEYC.
Each month we find unique causes to support: people in need of financial assistance; veterans in need of support. Then, we research how we can best fit their needs - not just in the short-term, but in the long run, too. The grant is drawn from our Chive Fund, the pool of donations that only exists because of you, our donors.
Creating hope, helping to heal.
During the Fall months, we hope you will choose your own path with movements from six of the most popular Monmouth County Library-video class series, offered by Yogi Steven Russell of Becoming Sound.
Food Assistance is available to the Unemployed, Underemployed, Senior Citizens, & Veterans of Monmouth & Ocean Counties
Individual and parent-child play therapy for children between 3-7 years of age. Parenting group and community presentations available.
A monthly support group for people suffering from chronic pain or chronic illness.
Family Centered Counseling for adults and children
In the ongoing effort to better serve the community, the Mayor and City Council have announced the establishment of a City of Asbury Park Participatory Budget Committee to involve community members, including local youth age 14 and older, in deciding how a designated portion of the City of Asbury Park budget is spent.
The City of Asbury Park has set up a phone line to assist City residents who are having difficulty, do not have a computer or internet access that agencies require to register for COVID-19 Vaccine Wait Lists. Call: 732-775-0960 for assistance.
Clarity Mental Health Center is a counseling center focusing on the treatment of anxiety and depression. Clarity Mental Health Center LLC believes that through transparent talk therapy, you can develop goals that increase hope, happiness and positive change.