Assisted by a grant from The Willis Foundation
SUMMER CYCLE 2014:
July 8th through August 28th, Tuesdays/Wednesdays/Thursdays from 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM in Budd Lake
FALL CYCLE 2014:
Schedule and location to be determined – please check back with us soon!
SkIL is a 72 hour interactive, curriculum-based life skills program available to teens and young adults with disabilities. Thanks to support from United Way of Northern New Jersey, in 2014, SkIL is available to youth and young adults residing in Morris, Sussex and Warren counties.
Catholic Family and Community Services and Center for Prevention and Counseling will hold a seminar to help veterans understand different types of benefits available and how to navigate through the VA system.
Project Self-Sufficiency will sponsor a free seminar about issues related to Family Law on Wednesday, August 6th, from 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. at the agency’s campus, located at 127 Mill Street in Newton. The program will address child support, grounds for divorce, court procedures, custody, alimony, parenting time, equitable distribution of assets, and other topics related to divorce. The presentation, which will be facilitated by Angela Paternostro-Pfister, Esquire, is free and open to the public.
Join Morristown Neighborhood House for a fun day filled with food, games, music and vendors.
Project Self-Sufficiency will be offering a variety of computer classes in August, including an Introduction to Personal Computers, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, QuickBooks accounting software, and courses designed specifically for seniors and for men. All classes will take place in the agency’s Career Center, which is located at 127 Mill Street in Newton. The fee for each computer course is $10, the class for seniors is $25, and all of the remaining seminars are free. Students must be registered Family Success Center or Project Self-Sufficiency participants.
NJPC is offering FREE Back to School Workshops: Getting your Ducks in a Row Before the 2014/2015 School Year Begins, for parents and caregivers raising children involved in the special education system.
Open to youth ages 13-21, the program will focus on developing leadership skills by identifying and building on, our unique talents.
Family Partners and Ginny's House present: Beat the Heat.