Community Events and Programs

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  • Infant CPR

    Infant CPR

    Join us for a one-hour non-certification Infant CPR class for new or expectant parents, grandparents, or other significant people in the new family’s life. This class provides the skills to assess and act upon choking, cardiac and respiratory arrest in an infant and child. Practice sessions along with questions and answers will address all concerns.

  • STEMgirls
    Tuesday, January 25 - Saturday, March 26 @ 09:00 AM
    STEAMpark

    STEMgirls

    Online weekly workshops for girls by STEAMpark.  Free to those who qualify

  • Strategies for Mindfulness Practice
    Tuesday, January 25 @ 12:00 PM

    Strategies for Mindfulness Practice

    Fridays at noon through January.

  • Family Fun Night
    Tuesday, January 25 @ 05:45 PM (Weekly)
    Newton High School
    Newton

    Family Fun Night

    Start the 2022 off right by strengthening your family unit by having fun together through fun and interactive activities. Free for Sussex County families.

  • Teen Speak Para Padres
    Tuesday, January 25 @ 06:00 PM (Weekly)

    Teen Speak Para Padres

    Don't miss the new TEEN SPEAK series for parents of children aged 8-18 Learn strategies to communicate with your pre-teens and teens about important topics such as alcohol, drugs, sex, abusive relationships, among others.

  • Soluciones Positivos Para Padres
    Tuesday, January 25 @ 06:30 PM
    Mount Arlington

    Soluciones Positivos Para Padres

    Durante estos talleres discutiremos el propósito y la importancia del desarrollo socioemocional para los niños pequeños, identificaremos la importancia de construir una relación positiva con los niños y discutiremos el “poder” de usar comentarios positivos y aliento con los niños

  • The SPAN Youth Chat
    Wednesday, January 26 @ 03:00 PM (Weekly)
    Online

    The SPAN Youth Chat

    A weekly chat for youth and young adults. Youth-driven and Youth-run for ages 13-26 years old.

  • Benefits of Youth Mental Health Screening
    Thursday, January 27 @ 10:00 AM
    MCPIK

    Benefits of Youth Mental Health Screening

    Virtual Presentation

  • Sibling Support Group
    Thursday, January 27 @ 06:30 PM
    Zoom Meeting
    Online

    Sibling Support Group

    The Rutgers University Douglas Developmental Disabilities Center holds support groups for siblings of individuals with autism or related developmental disabilities.

  • CAD 3D Programming
    Monday, January 31 (Weekly)
    Montville

    CAD 3D Programming

    This class will help your child learn the tools to transform their imaginations into beautiful designs on the screen!

  • Education and Health Care Rights in the Child Protection System
    Wednesday, February 2 - Monday, May 2 @ 12:00 PM (Monthly)
    SPAN Parent Advocacy Network

    Education and Health Care Rights in the Child Protection System

    Is a child with a disability who you care about involved in the Child Protection system? Are you concerned about educational rights for a child with a disability who is engaged in the Child Protection System? Join a WORKSHOP to learn about the Child Protection System, parent rights related to special education and health care resources! After the workshop, families will be invited to schedule an individual 30 minute appointment to review their child's IEP and/or health-related issues or concerns.

  • Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month Workshop
    Wednesday, February 2 @ 04:00 PM

    Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month Workshop

    Join JBWS and Morris Township Library for an interactive "Healthy Relationships" workshop.

  • Caregiver Support Group
    Thursday, February 3 @ 07:00 PM (Weekly)

    Caregiver Support Group

    Ginnie's House is hosting a free, ongoing weekly support group for non-offending caregivers whose children have experienced abuse or neglect.

  • Comfortably Uncomfortable: Continuing the Conversation
    Friday, February 4 @ 12:00 PM
    The Renfrew Center Foundation

    Comfortably Uncomfortable: Continuing the Conversation

    Our discussions on diversity, equality and inclusion in the treatment of eating disorders, which has occurred as a part of the last few Renfrew Center Foundation Conferences, were so inspiring and motivating that we've made a decision to continue them throughout the year. As a result, we are inviting you to join us in our efforts to continue the conversation and examine together the forementioned topics, as well as the racial disparity experienced by BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Color) and others who have been marginalized and continue to experience racial disparity. In this lively networking event, participants will discuss a variety of topics affecting BIPOC individuals, with the intension that providers of care will be able to move from cultural competency to cultural humility.

  • Virtual Mending Arts Group for Morris County Teens
    Tuesday, February 8 @ 06:00 PM

    Virtual Mending Arts Group for Morris County Teens

    Mending Arts Group facilitated by a Licensed Clinician and Artist for teens.

  • Virtual Mending Arts Group for Morris County Youth
    Wednesday, February 9 @ 06:00 PM

    Virtual Mending Arts Group for Morris County Youth

    Mending Arts Group facilitated by a Licensed Clinician and Artist for ages 9-12.

  • Webinar: Drugs Don't Work in New Jersey
    Thursday, February 10 @ 01:00 PM
    Drug Free NJ

    Webinar: Drugs Don't Work in New Jersey

    Now that recreational use of marijuana is legal, New Jersey employers are required to address this issue from a workplace perspective. Business leaders are invited to participate in this webinar in order to gain a comprehensive understanding of this topic.

  • Allied Wealth Partners Special Needs Division: Supplemental Security Income
    Thursday, February 10 @ 06:30 PM

    Allied Wealth Partners Special Needs Division: Supplemental Security Income

    Learn how Supplemental Security Income can help you family member, and how to apply.

  • Become an Empowering Woman Community Leader
    Thursday, February 17 @ 11:00 AM
    SPAN

    Become an Empowering Woman Community Leader

    Empowering women in community leadership for healthier families. Virtual leadership training.

  • Education and Health Care Rights in the Juvenile Justice System
    Tuesday, February 22 - Friday, April 22 @ 11:00 AM (Monthly)
    SPAN Parent Advocacy Network

    Education and Health Care Rights in the Juvenile Justice System

    Join a WORKSHOP to learn about the Juvenile Justice System, rights related to special education and discipline, and health care resources! After the workshop, families will be invited to schedule an individual 30-minute appointment to review their child's IEP and/or health-related issues or concerns

  • Eating Disorders and College Students: Best Practices to Support Complex Students and Navigate On-Campus Treatment Challenges
    Friday, February 25 @ 11:45 AM
    The Renfrew Center Foundation

    Eating Disorders and College Students: Best Practices to Support Complex Students and Navigate On-Campus Treatment Challenges

    Note: This training is open to college/university professionals only. Anxiety, depression and related mental health concerns are prevalent on college campuses – students often struggle with eating disorders in tandem, yet perceived stigma, shame and "normalized" campus culture result in underreporting of behaviors among students.

  • Eat, Escape, Regret, Repeat. Concrete Mindfulness Interventions for Binge Eating Disorder
    Friday, April 29 @ 08:45 AM
    The Renfrew Center Foundation

    Eat, Escape, Regret, Repeat. Concrete Mindfulness Interventions for Binge Eating Disorder

    Mindfulness, also known as present-focused awareness, is the practice of anchoring into the present moment and observing one's inner and outer world without judgment. Following a brief overview of the true goals of mindfulness and a review of the DSM-V criteria for Binge Eating Disorder (BED), this virtual 2 CE presentation will provide clarity as to how mindfulness practice can be used as a powerful tool in the treatment of BED.