• Hidden In Plain Sight  Interactive Awareness Event for Parents, Caretakers, Educators and Community Members. Join us to learn how to spot signs of at-risk behaviors using an interactive display of a teenager’s bedroom. After walking through the display participants will learn more about the common signs of substance use that could be hidden in plain sight.  Event is taking at Maple Place School and is open to all.  Please click on link for details.


    Mental Health First Aid


    Monmouth Beach Yoga & Wellness


    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.

     Protecting Our Children from the Opioid Crisis  A free event on Thursday, September 28th at the Borough of Belmar, Taylor Pavilion, 500 Ocean Avenue,   Belmar, NJ.  Please click the above link for details.
    A Community Forum:  The Heroin/Opioid Epidemic presented by the Keyport Alliance.  The event is free on Wednesday, October 18th at 6pm. 
     Please click on the link for more details.  A Community Forum: The Heroin / Opioid Epidemic
    Raising Resilient Teens Wednesday, June 28th at 7pm  Click on link for more details
     Hidden in Plain Sight  Wednesday, May 24th 5:30pm, Centra State Conference Center, Freehold, NJ.
    Heroin Town Hall-Knock Out Opioid Abuse
    Tuesday, May 23rd, 7-9pm
    Middletown South High School
    please see flyer for more details 
    7th Annual Gayla!  Presented by Make it Better 4 Youth and our hosts Middletown High School South
    900 Nutswamp Road, Middletown, NJ 07748
    Friday June 9
    Dinner and DJ
    Middletown High School South
    National Children's Mental Health Awareness Day  Thursday, May 4th, 2017, 4-7pm, Allaire Community Farm (clcik on link for details)
    Heroin Town Hall Forum Wednesday, April 26, 2017 Pollak Theatre at Monmouth University, doors open at 5:30pm.  Click on link for details.
    Parent Resource Program, Wednesday, March 29, 2017  (click for more information)
    Thursday, March 16, 2017 Pollak Theatre 7pm, Free tickets available at WJLP3.com or 732 403 3999.
    Project PRIDE at Monmouth University   Wednesday, December 7th at 1:30pm, Pollak Theatre
    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 and our local Monmouth Beach site commences weekly sessions on Monday, September 26th at 645pm and accept enrollments through October.  For more information or to enroll please either visit our web site atwww.monmouthrainbows.org or call us at 908-720-7044 .  Our Rainbows certified facilitators use proven age-appropriate curriculum that has served over 3 million children for 30 years. You can help by kindly sharing this information with families that could use Rainbows help.
     Family Addiction Network,    Meetings are held at 7:00 PM on the evening of the third Tuesday of each month at the West Long Branch Community Center.  
    The 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: 1-800-372-6510
    Monmouth County Transition Fair  (click link for flyer)
    For Veterans:  VFW POST 2226, Norwood Avenue, Oakhurst, NJ
    Please register:  Call Greg at 732 785 9278 or email gkucharews@jcaa.org 
    Barnabas Health Institute for Prevention
    visit www.familyworksinc.com to register for upcoming events