This Self-Defense, Karate & Safety Awareness Program is designed to enhance self-esteem, self-discipline and safety awareness! Students are placed into classes according to age and ability. A black belt instructor teaches beginning, intermediate and advanced techniques for self defense only! Self discipline and defense, rather than aggressiveness are promoted! Weekly safety flyers focus on a wide range of topics including Drug Awareness, Stranger Safety, Fire Safety, Conflict Resolution, Peer Pressure and more! This is a continuing program! Scholarships are available — Inquire!
For Boys and Girls Ages 5 - 15, Lanes Mills Elementary School, Registration Tuesday April 22nd.
Are you struggling with physical, emotional and social problems because of your weight or other life-controlling problems (substance use, family/home problems, cutting, ect.)? Are you always down in the dumps, anxious or stressed out? Are you coping with your problems in ways that seems to make you feel worse not better? If the answer to any of these is yes, then It's time to create a transformation!
Join the New Jersey Department of Children and Families’ Division on Women and the New Jersey Coalition Against Sexual Assault by wearing denim on Monday, April 28 to support Denim Day. Participating in Denim Day increases awareness about, and demonstrates support for, survivors of sexual assault.
A short performance about Equality regardless of sexuality followed by a moderated discussion about the issues the scenes present. These performances are brought to the library by the Brick Township Gay Straight Alliance (G.L.O.W.) and the Brick Township and Brick Memorial Societies of Influencers and Game Changers.
Fifty $1,000 OceanFirst Foundation Scholarships to 2014 high school graduates who attend high schools and live in towns in the OceanFirst market.
For over 20 years, Kidsafe has worked with local community organizations to provide quality, low-cost youth programs designed to enhance the student's self-esteem while increasing their self-discipline and knowledge of personal safety.
Crosswinds peer respite center offers a place for adults to stay on a short-term basis when they are experiencing or on the verge of a mental health crisis and are in need of support and services. This program is a crisis alternative that aims to avoid the repetitive cycle of hospitalization.
Autism Family Services of New Jersey is pleased to announce the existence of the scholarship program for New Jersey residents with a diagnosis of autism. We are anticipating offering two $1,000 scholarship to qualified candidates of the graduating class of 2014.
STAFFORD — A mobile counseling unit for veterans will be available in Ocean County for the first time today, with a stop at the Southern Service Center on Route 9, according to the county Public Information Division.
Planning for Adult Life is a statewide project funded by the NJ Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD) to assist young adults (between the ages of 16-21) with developmental disabilities and their families in charting a life course for adulthood.