Parent Resource Program , Wednesday, March 29, 2017 Click for more informationhttp://www.bestcolleges.com/resources/top-5-mental-health-problems-facing-college-students/ This guide helps to identify the signs and symptoms of common mental health issues for college students and where and when to seek help.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: 1-800-372-6510Rainbows is for children grieving from a life altering crisis, due to death, divorce, separation, illness, or other painful family transitions. Rainbows is FREE and for grades K-8, ages 5 to 14 and for adults with children enrolled in the program. Click on links below for more information.http://njconnectforrecovery.org The NJ Connect for Recovery Call Line was established to support two distinct groups across the state of New Jersey: those concerned with their own opiate use; and, those who are experiencing distress related to the opiate use of a friend or family member. This service is a safe, confidential, nonjudgmental forum that New Jerseyans may call to connect, grow and transform through a unique combination of supportive counseling from Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselors and Peer Specialists.855-652-3737 A free, confidential call line 12pm to 8pm. Messages left after call hours will be returned the next day. You can also email them at firstname.lastname@example.org
State Launches New Affordable Housing Programs
for Low-to-Moderate-Income Families
Impacted by Superstorm Sandy
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While the State of New Jersey has made great strides over the past several months with its Sandy recovery programs, it also recognizes that recovery from a disaster the magnitude of Sandy is a multi-year effort that requires a continued commitment to assisting families and communities in rebuilding from the storm. The State has launched several new recovery programs to help low-to-moderate income homeowners rebuild their Sandy-damaged homes, provide storm-impacted tenants of limited financial means with rental assistance, make housing counseling services available to Sandy-impacted homeowners and renters, and expand outreach efforts to ensure full and meaningful access to recovery assistance for vulnerable populations, including low-to-moderate income households and individuals of Limited English Proficiency living in the nine counties that the federal government determined were most impacted by Sandy. Click here to learn more.
If you or a loved one was impacted by Sandy and you want to receive more information about upcoming recovery programs, please visit www.renewjerseystronger.org to complete the Superstorm Sandy Assistance Notification Form or call 1-855-SANDYHM (726-3946).
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