Assisted by a grant from The Willis Foundation
As a part of April is Alcohol Awareness Month, Atlantic Behavioral Health will be conducting a FREE presentation on Alcohol and the Brain on Tuesday April 21, 2015 from 1-2pm at 465 South Street.
Join us for an information day of table displays, overview with Q&A, lunch and tours of our residential complexes.
Are you raising a child between 7-12 who has a behavioral, emotional, or mental health challenges. We are starting a new group tailored for you. No need to hire a babsitter, while you are embracing the new found support of your peers; your child will be enjoying fun activities in a safe understanding atmosphere with his/her peers in the new Junior Youth Partnership.
A FREE course for parents and other family caregivers of children, ages 2-18, with emotional or behavioral challenges.
Spitball is a messaging inbox app for kids. Fireball is the companion app that alerts parents to suspicious messages.
The Center is now offering Recovery Support Programs to provide support to those in recovery from substance use disorders as well as their family or loved one. All services are grant funded and there is no cost.
4th Annual Sparta Day; Saturday May 16th, 2015 8:00 am start
Pre Registration/Packet Pick up:
Friday 5/15 11am-1pm and 6pm-8pm, Lake Mohawk Country Club, 21 The Boardwalk Sparta
Saturday 5/16 6:45am-7:45am at Race site- the Lake Mohawk Boardwalk *new race course
Race start-5k course starts at White Deer Plaza and heads down East Shore Trail. Race is an out and back. The 8.2 Lake Mohawk Challenge, starts in White Deer plaza, and heads up the West Shore, and continues around scenic Lake Mohawk, ending the loop in White Deer Plaza.
Map and parking information found at gotrnjn.org.
$30 pre-registration until 4/11
$35 after 4/11 and up to race day.
Race fee is non refundable
Race shirts for runners *while supplies last
*Technical shirts for Lake Mohawk Challenge Runners
The Center for Prevention and Counseling hosts a free meeting offering support, guidance and hope to family and friends of those with substance use disorders.