Webinar, May 11th at 6pm. Click link for details.
The NJ Center for the Healing Arts will be offering a second “Spill the Tea” therapy group for high-achieving adolescents that are sometimes considered to be perfectionistic, highly sensitive, and/or overexcitable. This group is appropriate for 8th-12th graders that are typically placed in honors, AP, or IB classes.
We’re offering a FREE sample session on 3/21/20 for teens interested in trying out the group. To register for the sample session click the link below:
Pre-screening for new clients is required prior to registering for group. Call our office to schedule an appointment, (732)747-2944. Email group facilitators, Kristy Mathews, MS, LPC, NCC and Victoria Porter, LPC Intern by emailing us at NJCHAGROUP@gmail.com.
Grief Groups Click link for more information
> Who: Families with children ages 3-17 where there has been a death of a primary caretaker in the past 2 years
> When: March 24-May 5, 2020 | Tuesday evenings5:30-7:30 p.m. Dinner 5:30 –6:00 p.m.
> Where: YMCA of Greater Monmouth County Counseling & Social Services 613 Hope Rd., Building 4, 2nd Floor, Eatontown, NJ 07724
> Cost: Groups and dinner are FREE however space is limited. You must enroll to be part of the groups.
> How Do I Enroll? Call Brie Niciewski at 732-290-9040, ext. 415
Oceanport Police Drug Take Back-CANCELLED AT THIS TIME DUE TO COVID-19
NEW DATE TBA
What Girls Say click link for flyer
Girls group, 12-14 y/o OR 15-18y/o
Integrated Care Concepts
615 Hope Rd. Bldg 5B 2nd Floor, Eatowntown, NJ 07724
Contact Alessandra Crane to Register email@example.com
(732) 389 - 0697 x 889
**Groups are running on a rolling admission, you can start anytime.
Stephanie Siciliano, LCSW, RYT
560 Main Street, Loch Arbour, NJ 07711. Registration necessary, 732 403 6593 or firstname.lastname@example.org
All Recovery Meeting Whether you are seeking or maintaining recovery for yourself or you have a family member or friend who has been affected by substance use disorder, this group is for you. Please click link for details.
Nar Anon meeting list The Nar-Anon Family Group is primarily for you who know or have known a feeling of desperation concerning the addiction problem of someone very near to you.Rainbows Support Groups Help Children Heal after a life altering crisis due to separation, divorce, death, illness, military deployment, or other painful family transitions. Rainbows is available to all families free of charge. For more information or to enroll please either visit our web site atwww.monmouthrainbows.org or call us at 908-720-7044 . Children 5-18 years old/K-12. Four locations, Freehold, Belmar, Keansburg, and Monmouth Beach.
Mike & Marie Meriton
908-720-7044Family Addiction Network, see website for changes due to COVID-19The Family Support Center of NJ in collaboration with Monmouth Cares invites you to come and meet with local and statewide agencies that provide services and supports to individuals during their transition years. This transition fair is an opportunity for families and community stakeholders to meet with agencies who provide mental health and intellectual/developmental disability services within Monmouth County and the surrounding areas. For questions or additional details please contact Melanie McGackin at: 1-800-372-6510For Veterans: VFW POST 2226, Norwood Avenue, Oakhurst, NJPlease register: Call Greg at 732 785 9278 or email email@example.com