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We provide a wide range of information about support, resources, and services for families in Bergen County, New Jersey.           

Bergen ResourceNet is sponsored by Bergen's Promise.

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Professional Development

Annual School Health Conference

NJAAP invites you to join us at the School Health Conference on October 17, 2018 at The Palace at Somerset Park, Somerset, NJ. Experience a variety of educational sessions including practical learning, and networking in an exhibit area with a wide variety of vendors showing their products and services.

30-Hour Training Course on Disordered Gambling

THE COUNCIL ON COMPULSIVE GAMBLING OF NEW JERSEY, INC. HAS PARTNERED WITH THE CASINO CONTROL COMMISSION IN ATLANTIC CITY, NJ TO PROVIDE A FREE 30 HOUR TRAINING ON DISORDERED GAMBLING.

Complex Trauma and Evidence Based Treatments

This workshop will focus on the conditions that can create complex trauma, how to assess for it, and treatments that have been found to be effective. Case examples will be provided by the presenter as well as those from the participants to understand theory and treatment effectiveness.
 

Maternal Health & Safety Symposium

This program is designed to provide physicians, nurses, social workers and other healthcare providers with a review of current issues impacting maternal health and perinatal safety in New Jersey and nationally.

Urban Mental Health

This year we are turning the focus on the latest scientific, clinical, and cultural developments affecting the mental health of our urban communities. A panel of experts will present updates on a wide range of diverse topics, from depression to advocacy, as well as lead the group in wellness exercises to keep us all relatively happy and sane.

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