Create a 30-second Public Service Announcement video, with an original peer-to-peer message about the dangers of substance use and misuse, starring New Jersey middle school students.
FY2023-2024 Community Resource Development Funding Availability from Bergen's Promise/NJCSOC
Funding is available to fund one or more projects that develop and/or increase the availability of community resources to Bergen County youth experiencing emotional, behavioral and/or developmental/intellectual health needs and their families.
Increasing Access to Reproductive Health and Sexuality for Women with Intellectual and/or Developmental Disabilities (IDD) Research Study
The RISN Center has received an Inclusive Health Communities Grant through the New Jersey Division of Disability Services. We are looking for women over the age of 18 with an Intellectual and/or Developmental Disabilities who are not their own guardian to complete a survey on reproductive healthcare and sexuality.
As part of the One Pill Can Kill initiative, the DEA and its law enforcement partners seized more than 10.2 million fentanyl pills and approximately 980 pounds of fentanyl powder during the period of May 23 through Sept. 8, 2022.
WellCare of New Jersey is offering you the opportunity to apply for a grant where you may be able to receive up to $4,000 in unrestricted funds to promote DEI within your organization. What areas within your organization can you identify where Diversity, Equity and Inclusion can be addressed.
The purpose of this research study is to evaluate the experience of children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder Level 1 or 2 with using the Colgate hum Kids toothbrush. This toothbrush connects to an interactive game on your phone or tablet, which guides your child’s brushing.
Back-to-school supplies — from pencils to laptops — are set to be TAX-FREE in New Jersey for 10 days later this summer which will waive New Jersey’s 6.625% sales tax on all back-to-school supplies from Aug. 27 to Sept. 5.
The holiday will apply to both online and in-person sales.
In 2022, the Federal Reserve System and several national partners are again fielding this survey to report how the effects of COVID-19 are evolving within low- to moderate-income communities and among the organizations serving them.
The following information details what New Jersey residents are eligible for the monkeypox vaccine, and where they can get vaccinated.
Starting July 16, New Jerseyans will be able to use the new, three-digit number 988 to reach the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. 988 will be available for call, text, or chat on July 16 for those experiencing a mental health-related or suicidal crisis, or those looking to help a loved one through a crisis.
The Social Security Administration issued its 2022-2023 Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility (DEIA) Strategic Plan. The detailed plan, which outlines goals and priorities in each of the four areas, includes establishing a Chief Equity Officer and a DEIA Implementation Team.
Residents of Bergen County are invited to take a confidential, online survey. This survey will give you the chance to share your input about health concerns in your community. Taking the survey is quick and easy. We then use the findings to guide efforts to improve community health and wellness.
We are pleased to announce that local Social Security offices are offering more in-person appointments and have resumed in-person services for people without an appointment.
HHS's New Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Benefit Resources Will Help People Seeking Care to Better Understand Their Rights
In partnership with the Department of Labor, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has developed new, free informational resources that inform Americans of their rights under law on coverage for mental health benefits.
Human Services Partners with KIND to Provide Free Legal Counsel & Social Services Support to Migrant Children & Youth
Human Services Acting Commissioner Sarah Adelman today announced that the Department has partnered with Kids in Need of Defense (KIND) to provide free legal counsel and social services coordination to migrant children and youth arriving to New Jersey as unaccompanied minors seeking refuge.