We offer quality coaching to help facilitate the process of being a top level student athlete. Classes will fill quickly! View Flyer for schedule and payment details!
Packing up those summer clothes for the season? Please keep FYC in mind! We are accepting gently used youth bathing suits for boys and girls (ages 5-13). We'll launder and store them for next summer, as many children came to Summer Camp without bathing suits each day.
Join us for a new academic year of workshops that will help you learn, grow, and build on your mental health knowledge base. We provide the highest quality, most up-to-date courses developed by mental health professionals who are experts in their respective fields.
Starting July 24, 2019 "Summertime is always the best of what might be." - Charles Bowden (1945-2014), American non-fiction author, journalist and essayist
As of Monday, July 1, 2019, Princeton House’s Princeton outpatient site accepts teens of all genders to its Adolescent Program, formerly called the Teen Girls Program. The Adolescent Program will continue to offer the same treatment modalities for teens ages 13 to 17.
There’s a new superhero entering the comic book world and she’s a teenage girl with Tourette Syndrome. Twitcha is the brainchild of Sarah Baldwin of Mantua, NJ who illustrated and wrote the book based on her own experiences with the neurological disorder.
Free Lunch! Summer Food Service Program. Food that's in when school is out. Walk-in Locations in Phillipsburg at the Phillipsburg Housing Authority Community Room, Rocco's Pizzeria, Firth Youth Center, and NORWESCAP Traditions Family Success Center.
Bring on Summer! Check out all the happenings for June & July!
In this Issue: COURT NEEDS TO 'IMMEDIATELY INTERVENE' AT GREYSTONE READS INJUNCTION; STRONG SUPPORT FOR EXPANDING MENTAL HEALTH EDUCATION IN NJ SCHOOLS; COMPANY SUED OVER SALES OF SKIMPY HEALTH PLANS; N.J. DEMOCRATS SCRAP MURPHY'S MILLIONAIRES TAX IN BUDGET; WATCHDOG: ABUSE AND NEGLECT IN NURSING FACILITIES UNREPORTED.
Visit nj.gov/humanservices/stopoverdoses for a list of participating pharmacies.
IN THIS ISSUE
Jewish Family Service of Somerset, Hunterdon and Warren Counties' June 2019 Newsletter.
Planning for Adult Life activities, events, and materials are conducted and developed in partnership with
The Arc of New Jersey with funding from the New Jersey Division of Developmental Disabilities
May is Mental Health Awareness Month!
Our professional staff provides individual, family, couples and group counseling to those struggling with the stresses of life.
Starting on May 15 and running through September 1, teens ages 15-18 can work out at Planet Fitness for FREE!
SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER - TRAUMA - ASSESSMENT- REFERRAL-TREATMENT
A comprehensive treatment program for pregnant and parenting women with opioid addiction
May, Mental Health Awareness month, is a time to shine a light on mental illness and replace stigma with hope. At NAMI we fight stigma, provide support, educate the public and advocate for equal care.
Trenton – New Jersey’s Child Welfare System excels in making sure that children and youth in foster care are living in family – rather than institutional or residential – settings during their time in foster care, according to the nationally recognized Annie E. Casey Foundation in its recent Keeping Kids in Families report.
Governor Phil Murphy today signed legislation that will enhance enforcement of mental health parity laws by improving transparency and accountability related to the insurance coverage of mental health and substance use disorder treatment services for New Jersey residents.
The Hunterdon County Division of Parks & Recreation announced it is renewing its partnership with Hunterdon Central High School’s Work Readiness Program that helps Special Education Students develop social skills and gain valuable work experience.
Your high school senior could win $2,500 for college!
To enter and for full details, go to www.naco.org/retirementscholarship or www.nrsforu.com/scholarship Submission period: April 1 – May 31, 2019
On Monday, March 25th New Jerseyans with mental and/or substance use disorders, along with their families and loved ones, had a big win. The New Jersey legislature voted in favor of the Parity bill (S1339/A2031; Kean/Coughlin), which enhances enforcement and oversight of mental health condition and substance use disorder parity laws.
For 2019, the New Jersey Children's System of Care (CSOC) will be providing Summer Camp Services to eligible children, youth, and young adults under 21 years of age. These services include Financial Support Toward Summer Camp TuitionOpens a new window and One-to-One Aide Services for Summer Camp.