The program, run through the New Jersey Department of Corrections, sends inmates into universities and schools to talk to students about the wrong choices they have made and the resulting consequences. The inmates will discuss their personal stories and experiences with the criminal justice system. This program is free and open to the public.
Do work and SSI or SSDI benefits mix? The answer is yes! Webinar participants will be given an overview
Social Security Work Incentives that are designed to allow beneficiaries of Supplemental Security Income (SSI), Medicaid, Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Medicare control the loss of these benefits for as long as they are needed while starting, continuing or increasing work efforts.
Healing and hope go in hand in hand. NAMI NJ's 2015 Annual Conference - Healing Ourselves, Healing Others brings this to your attention with a range of presentations that address many facets of the consumer and family member experience of healing, as well as hopeful new developments in science, treatment and advocacy. Registration is Open now through 11/15.
YMCA Bayshore Family Success Center in Leonardo hosts a Financial Aid presentation on Thursday, December 10th. It’s geared toward high school students and their parents/guardians but non-traditional students are encouraged to attend as well.
Comprehensive and informative workshop on ELEVATION for homeowners in the RREM/LMI RREM program.
sponsored by the New Jersey Dental Association
Annual day of free dental health exams and treatment. Dental care is provided to underprivileged children who otherwise may not be able to afford or access care.
Parents and school personnel can be helpful in mitigating the emotional effects of community violence on youth. Here are some strategies for dealing with these tragedies and assisting youth in regaining their sense of safety and security. (more)
As many as 1 in 45 American children may have autism spectrum disorder, according to a new government study that suggests the prevalence of the condition may have been undercounted for years.
Take the Coverage4Care survey and tell us about your experiences. The survey takes about 20 minutes and your answers will help us advocate for better care and coverage for you and your loved ones. It doesn't matter what type insurance you have, or whether you have insurance at all. We want to hear from you.
For one-on-one assistance throughout open enrollment (Nov-Jan), please visit or make an appointment at the following sites by calling (732) 643-5888: Walk-ins welcome. (more)
With the cutting of a ribbon to mark the completion of phase two of construction at the Monmouth County Child Advocacy Center, Kozloski Road, Freehold Township, the long road to providing abused children safety and comfort in one location has been achieved.
A visit to the dentist can potentially be a difficult experience for any child. For a child with special needs, however, a dental visit can present unique challenges.