NAMI announces the release of “Meet Little Monster,” a mental health coloring and activity book created for young children as a tool for them to express and explore their feelings in a fun, creative and empowering way, as well as to help foster dialogue between children and the safe adults in their lives.
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"START Living Your Best Life" Psychoeducational Program for Youth - Bergen County (theSTARTinstitute)
We will be providing a psychoeducational program to prevent and reduce juvenile delinquency and provide services to youths ages 8-17 who are involved in the Bergen County juvenile system. 12 weeks.
This page is a compilation of resources shared by teachers, clinical professionals, and community based organizations for the benefit of teachers in Bergen County.
A list of agencies and individuals that hold a certification in treating eating disorders (CEDS - Certified Eating Disorder Specialist).
Check this Resource Page often to stay informed of all the eating disorder resources available to you, just click on a resource to be brought to its BergenResourceNet page, where you can find additional information!
Links to local resources for the prevention of Youth/Family Homelessness.
A list of resources pertaining to juvenile justice and legal assistance resources. Includes resources for domestic violence, legal assistance & advocacy, gang involved youth, and more.
This page will be updated as more resources for special needs dentristy are available or discovered. Check back regularly for additional information.
Please use to find resources on how to talk to children and assisting your communities' response to trauma. Please check back as resources continue to be added.
A compilation of local, state, and national resources to support undocumented and/or immigrant families within our community in getting the help they need, without fear of legal repercussions. This page is updated as local resources are submitted.
This page will be updated real time with helpful resources for families to maintain balance and wellbeing. If you would like to share additional helpful, reputable information and local resources, please send them to [email protected] New resources will be shared on the BergenResourceNet FaceBook page - Be sure to follow the page!
*Resources to Support Inclusivity, Social Justice, Social Consciousness, and Humanity in Our Communities (Home, School, Organizations, Businesses)*
A compilation of local, state and national resources to support preventing and responding to prejudice, racism and facilitating social justice, social consciousness, humanity and unity in our community (homes, schools, health care practices, organizations, businesses).
This page is updated as local resources are submitted.
As the situation in Ukraine persists, Bergen's Promise and Bergen ResourceNet wants to do what we can to alleviate the suffering of those experiencing the war.
This page contains resources and opportunities to support the people of Ukraine during the Russian invasion. This page will be updated regularly as new resources become available.
This infographic contains tips and suggestions on easy ways to prevent infection.
1 Gym 4 All's goal is to provide the community with a sensory gym, giving children with all abilities an opportunity to play while accommodating their sensory needs in a fun, safe environment.
A member-owned , not-for-profit, financial institution dedicated to providing members with quality financial services and products customized to meet each individual's needs.
This year’s toolkit includes:
- Fact sheets for parents/teachers;
- Fact sheets for children/teens;
- Worksheet for children/teens;
- Key messages and statistics;
- Sample drop-in article;
- Sample social media post language and images;
- Posters; and
- A list of nationwide and state-level resources.
The Steve Fund has put together a 2022 Back to School Toolkit to help students of color and their families and educators find information, resources, and events to help tackle societal stressors and maintain mental wellbeing.
Join Mental Health America as we continue to celebrate BIPOC Mental Health Month and go #BeyondTheNumbers to explore the nuances and uniqueness in BIPOC communities.
Inside this year’s toolkit you will find culture-specific:
- Historical context
- Barriers to well-being
- Cultural beliefs
- Strengths & resiliency factors
- Shareable social media images
Learn how employers and people leaders can develop or improve workplace policies that uplift workers, ensure they are valued and heard, and improve an organization’s overall culture of well-being. You will find in each section fact sheets, printable resources, checklists, drop-in articles, and more to help meet your needs.
You are encouraged to dial “2-1-1” 24 hours a day, seven days a week if you need confidential help in understanding and finding available assistance services.
The 21st Century Community Learning Center is a federally funded program supported by the New Jersey Department of Education for out-of-school time programs in New Jersey, which include before-school, afterschool or summer.
This hotline is for anyone with questions or concerns regarding sexual violence. Trained advocates provide support, information, referral, and crisis interventions to survivors, their loved ones, and the community. This is a free and confidential 24/7 hotline.
Health Care Services for the Mind and Body. If you or a loved one in the Northern New Jersey area need help, contact us for an appointment at 201-986-5000. If this is a crisis situation, please call our 24/7 crisis line 201-262-HELP (4357).
This is a youth helpline serving all youth and young adults in New Jersey. Youth who call are assisted with their daily life challenges by professional staff and trained volunteers. Anonymity and confidentially are assured except in life-threatening situations. We are here to help you find solutions to the problems that you face at home, at school or at play.
- Graphic novels are a good choice for struggling readers.
- They have less text than traditional books, which makes them less overwhelming.
- Graphic novels are easy to read but have age-appropriate content.