The Spectrum Works Pop-Up Store at American Dream Gives Autistic Students a Chance to Practice What They Teach
Spectrum Works opens store at American Dream to benefit autism and employment
Spectrum Works opens store at American Dream to benefit autism and employment
Safe Routes to School Grants may be used for infrastructure (construction) projects which encourage and enable students from grades K-8 to safely walk and bike to school within 2 miles of the school. Municipalities, counties, schools and school districts are welcome to apply!
PeopleForBikes is seeking applicants for its Community Grant Program that supports bicycle infrastructure projects and initiatives that make it easier and safer for people of all ages and abilities to ride.
NJCH has made these funds available as operational and programmatic support for nonprofit organizations that provide humanities programming to public audiences to prepare for, respond to, and recover from the pandemic.
The NJDOH will provide up to $15,000 over the course of 3 years, with an optional 4th year, to strengthen the school district’s capacity to support and sustain healthy schools. Annual funding is contingent upon the availability funds.
A tool to guide cross-sector collaborations between the community development, finance, public health, and healthcare sectors to support partnerships in rural areas and small cities.
PIAP grants are one-year competitive awards to facilitate collaborations between academic researchers from Rutgers University, Princeton University, and/or New Jersey Institute of Technology with community organizations so they can work together on health research that benefits our communities.
By the end of the summer, we will be launching CYBER version 220.127.116.11, which will be a total rebuild of the CYBER platform utilizing HTML5.
This competitive grant program began in 2011 as a partnership between the National Alliance for Grieving Children and the New York Life Foundation. The goal is to provide funding to expand the reach and capacity of organizations that offer local bereavement services for youth focused on unmet needs and diverse populations.
Please take a minute to send an email or call the Senate and Assembly Committee Chairs below to support Resolution #3173 that will increase the MCO ABA reimbursement rate with the hope it helps to increase access to much needed ABA services for the youth we serve.
The Child Tax Credit in the American Rescue Plan provides the largest Child Tax Credit ever and historic relief to the most working families ever – and most families will automatically receive monthly payments without having to take any action.
Have you heard the USDA has extended the child nutrition waivers? This means that schools can offer free meals to all children, regardless of household income, through June 2022—even while school is out during the summer.
Our School Meals Promotion Toolkit can help you communicate about the changes and make sure everyone gets the most from school meals.
The County of Bergen is providing financial relief to eligible residents.
Heart to Heart and Associates are expanding the services we offer. We will be taking new clients ages 18 months- 5 years old at our center in Rochelle Park. There will be full day hours 9-3 or half day session 9-12 or 1-3.
New Jersey is excited to announce its Readiness to Stand United Against Youth Suicide Initiative (R2S challenge), funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s Garrett Lee Smith Suicide Prevention program.
We are a group of diverse Bergen County residents looking to start up Bergen County's first LGBTQ + Center. We are comprised of members of the LGBTQ+ community and allies. Please complete our survey so we can accurately assess the wants and needs of our community...
Spectrum Works, Inc., a non-profit dedicated to providing job training and employment opportunities for high school students and other young adults with autism, will join with New York-based logistics provider MTS Logistics in their 11th Annual Bike Tour with MTS for Autism on Saturday, June 12, 2021.
In this toolkit, you’ll find 10 evidence-based best practices your school can use to support all eligible seniors and their families to complete their FAFSA, NYS Application for TAP, NYS DREAM Act, and Excelsior Scholarship applications.
Compared to last year, FAFSA numbers are down about 9% for all students, providing cause for concern. Now, recently released FAFSA numbers for unaccompanied homeless youth provide early indications of the impact of the pandemic on the higher education prospects of youth experiencing homelessness.
In September 2020, the New Jersey Supreme Court's Committee on Unauthorized Practice of Law released Opinion 56, making it more difficult for non-attorney advocates to assist families during special education proceedings such as Individualized Education Program (IEP) meetings and Mediation conferences.
In an effort to support you and your organization in containing COVID-19 and other infectious diseases, we are proud to announce that NJDOH CDS is collaborating with CDC's Project Firstline, a nationwide initiative to provide infection prevention and control training to frontline healthcare workers.
We are interested in hearing a wide variety of perspectives and stories, including those of non-traditional caregivers, and the parents/caregivers of LGBTQ+ teens, those struggling with substance use, or youth who experience disordered eating.
Last month, CSOC and PerformCare updated the Timeframes for Clinical Assessments list, which is used as part of the Intellectual/Developmental Disability eligibility determination process.
Earlier this month, New Jersey employers received some clarity from the State of New Jersey.
Nearly a year after institutions serving people with developmental disabilities locked down, federal officials are spelling out how and when these facilities should reopen their doors to visitors.
CEC is working with Tantum Real Estate to lease-up a new property “256-530 Ocean Avenue” in Jersey City. This property will be a four-story, 20-unit mixed use multi-family rental building with ground floor commercial space that will house social service agencies.
This week, Community Enterprises Corporation will be opening its waiting list for Mainstream Housing Choice Vouchers across the state of New Jersey. The Mainstream Voucher Program is a specialized housing voucher subsidy for low-income and non-elderly persons with disabilities.
Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding for COVID-19 relief as a result of the CARES Act signed into law in late March 2020.
This campaign, funded through the Bergen County Office of Alcohol and Drug Dependency, was created by teens for teens and is available for any organization that is interested in using it.
Download the Campaign Toolkit Here, which includes the post order, language, images, and hashtags.
We would love it if you tagged us in the posts so we can engage with you.
Check out the Exception Parent Magazine Here: https://www.ep-magazine.com/
The ability to cope with stresses and continue to move forward is known as resilience. While certain factors contribute to some people being more resilient than others, everyone can develop and strengthen their ability to endure, bounce back, and grow from adversity.
The State Index on Youth Homelessness (the Index) measures and reports on the systems, environment, and laws of all states as they relate to preventing and ending youth homelessness, and paints a broad picture of where states currently stand and how they can improve.
If you love being outdoors and are looking for a fun, fulfilling, summer job, look no further than working in a New Jersey state park or forest! Apply today for a summer job in a New Jersey state park, forest or historic site!
Each year, between May and September, the New Jersey State Park Service hires approximately 700 seasonal staff to fill peak-season jobs at New Jersey's parks, forests, recreation areas and historic sites.
No experience necessary to apply. Salaries for most positions start at $12.00 per hour. The minimum age to apply is is 16 years old.
GSE will distribute Lyft ride credits to help homeless LGBTQ youth seeking shelter
In Fall 2020, The Upswing Fund will be making one-year, non-renewable grants. They anticipate making approximately fifty Surge Capacity grants (ranging from $10,000 to $100,000) and approximately ten System Enabler grants (up to $500,000 each).
SAVING LIVES THROUGH INCREASED SUPPORT FOR MENTAL AND BEHAVIORAL-HEALTH NEEDS
BC-RFP-20-006 - SERVICES TO PREVENT OR REDUCE JUVENILE DELINQUENCY AND TO PROVIDE SANCTIONS AND SERVICES FOR YOUTHS WHO ARE ALREADY INVOLVED IN THE JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM