Resources to Support Inclusivity, Social Justice, Social Consciousness, Humanity in Our Communities (Home, School, Organizations, Businesses)
Resources for Families, Educators and Pediatric Healthcare Providers, Community Organizations, Employers, Businesses
Liberation Based Healing Conference 2021 Fri, Nov 5 - Sat, Nov 6 at 12:00-7:00 PM EDT Virtual event
Topics will include decolonizing social work education and mental health practice; disrupting state sponsored violence including police brutality; engaging in social justice activism; reimagining freedom and healing through art and more.
The Pride Advocacy Collective for Teens (PACT) is a collective of adults who provide care to LGBTQ teens and is guided in creating community, providing mutual support, sharing experiences of learning and practicing skills of advocacy to promote and enhance all aspects of wellness of young people, families, and the greater community.
2021 Culture Conference Friday, October 29, 2021 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. ET 4 CE credits Register Now Registration Fees: $99 professionals $15 students (includes CE credits)
NAMI New Jersey, N Brunswick, NJ
Our free services include family support groups, referral services, advocacy, community workshops, and educational materials in Chinese. CAMHOP pronounces like “Golden Crane” in Chinese.
AACT-NOW! (African American Community Takes New Outreach Worldwide) is an exciting initiative of NAMI New Jersey to connect with NJ’s African-American families affected by mental illness, mental health consumers, the faith community and mental health professionals to provide culturally competent support, education and advocacy.
This resource provides links to counseling, suicide prevention, COVID-19, support for families and summer camps, faith based organization supports, transition, health, support, websites recommended for schools, and information for training opportunities.
This is a Free Monthly Event every First Thursday of the Month from 3-5 p.m. Questions can be submitted in advance to [email protected]
Registration Required at https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUocO-hrj4tH9GYRwh5uBiSRvut7_FOV3ZW
January 22, 2021
Report Bias Crime online or call 1-800-277-BIAS (2427)
A statewide toll-free telephone referral system for individuals who feel they are targets of bias crime.
If an emergency situation Dial 9-1-1