We offer rental and homeownership help, mortgage and foreclosure counseling, utility assistance, and homebuyer education, guiding you through every step of the process to achieve stability, progress, and peace of mind.
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AHEPA Service Dogs for Warriors matches veterans with specially trained service dogs to help mitigate and assist them in their path to recovery and management of their disabilities; as well as, provide the veteran with the companionship and therapeutic qualities of a specially trained service dog that was rescued from a dog pound at no cost to the veteran.
Office based therapy. Psychological evaluations, IQ testing.
Home and Community Based Services Waiver for persons with Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) of HIV positive children up to the age of 13 who are in need of long-term institutional care.
Akhil Autism Foundation (AAF) is a NJ-based non-profit organization whose dedicated mission is to Educate, Treat, Support, and Research Autism worldwide.
Support groups for family members and teens throughout Monmouth County as well as on-line support. Check the website for meeting dates, times, and locations. The website is available in Spanish.
Michele Alcalde’s practice areas consist of U.S. Immigration and Nationality Law, Complex Removal Litigation in Federal Immigration Court, Criminal Law Defense and Municipal Court Litigation.
The pamphlet is provided by the Monmouth County Department of Human Services Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services Office of Addiction Services 3000 Kozloski Road Freehold, NJ 07728
HOTLINE: Addictions Hotline of New Jersey 844-276-2777
AA is a fellowship of people who share their experience, strength and hope with each other to solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. Free Support group.
AA is a fellowship of people who share their experience, strength and hope with each other to solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.
Present a wide range of arts programming, including dramatic and musical theatre, dance, musical concerts and film representing a diversity of style and cultural influence, film and mixed media presentations.
Fall, Winter & Spring classes meet one day a week after school for eight weeks. SUMMER 2022: Begins Week of June 27 • MUSICAL THEATRE • ACTING & IMPROV Summer classes meet every day for one or two weeks. Morning, afternoon, and full-day sessions are offered.
The classes, all based on a foundation of acting and improvisation, are designed to help students build the skills needed to succeed on the stage and beyond. Summer Camps: 1 or 2 week classes offered in morning, afternoon or full day sessions.
Bridging diverse groups within the community by promoting participation in community sports, local sporting events, and wellness activities.
Everyone loves someone impacted by addiction. All are welcome at our Family Support Meeting. This is a non-clinical, peer run support group. The group leader and the group members are all people who have been impacted by addiction. We are here to support each other.
Whether you are seeking or maintaining recovery for yourself or you have a family member or friend who has been influenced by substance use disorder, this group is for you.
Pastoral Counseling and private prayer. Hosts Twelve step groups on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday evenings, and Saturday morning.
All Star Counseling actively engages in the pursuit of excellence of serving youth and families with compassion and respect. Our goal is to build on individual and family strengths to help create a balanced way of life.
- Substance Abuse
- Play Therapy
- Foster Care Advocacy
- Elementary & Middle School Counseling
- Nurtured Heart Approach®
- Parent Coaching
All Teens Considered' welcomes teens and adults to address a wide range of mental health topics such as anxiety, depression, hopelessness, mood disorders, and focus.
Allaire Community Farm provides a caring and nurturing environment for children with special needs, at-risk young adults, families battling cancer and PTSD with veterans by utilizing our rescued animals to break down barriers along with other forms of animal therapy.
The Allaire Country Day Summer Camp program offers a variety of scheduling options for both working and non-working parents at affordable prices. Camp is open from 7 am until 6 pm Monday through Friday and normal camp hours are 9 am until 4 pm. Camp is available for ages 2-1/2 through 14.
Allaire is the only Special Care Nursing Facility (SCNF) in the state of New Jersey to offer long term care with therapy for young adults, age 18 to 50, who suffer from neurological impairment.
One of the largest food pantries in the county, it is located in the lower level of the APC Cornell House.
Guidance Department at Allentown, Allentown High School, Upper Freehold Regional School District. The school counseling program promotes school success through a focus on academic achievement, prevention, and intervention activities.
Our local library is a shining example of a public-private partnership. Our county - the public portion of the partnership - pays for the library's staff, books and inter-library loans. The APLA - the private portion - pays for the costs of the building and the costs to operate it.