Starting a Career in Addiction Treatment and Prevention: Internship Opportunities Available throughout New Jersey

Save this PDF as:
 WORD  PNG  TXT  JPG

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "Starting a Career in Addiction Treatment and Prevention: Internship Opportunities Available throughout New Jersey"

Transcription

1 Starting a Career in Addiction Treatment and Prevention: Internship Opportunities Available throughout New Jersey 1

2 About this Internship Manual The New Jersey Prevention Network (NJPN) has a grant from the New Jersey Department of Human Services, Division of Addiction Services, to raise awareness about career opportunities in addiction treatment and prevention and to recruit college students into the field. Addiction treatment and prevention agencies across New Jersey employ thousands of dedicated individuals working hard to make a difference in the lives of the people they serve. And more are needed. When someone is suffering from the disease of addiction, professional help is often the first step on the road to recovery. Professionals in the addiction treatment field provide counseling, support and help individuals get back on their feet. They keep families together and help make broken families whole again. Internships can be a great way for students to learn more about a career and gain valuable experience that can lead to full-time employment. Because we want to help students that may be interested in the field of addiction treatment and prevention, NJPN has compiled the following manual, which lists internships that are available throughout the state. Students with a variety of different majors may be interested in learning more about the internship opportunities in this manual. Some of those majors may include: o o o o o o Counseling Education Public Health Psychology Social Work Sociology Internships related to substance abuse prevention begin on page 3. Internships related to substance abuse treatment begin on page 15. For more information about careers in addiction treatment and prevention as well as NJPN s Addiction Training and Workforce Development Program and the free trainings we offer for those entering or already in the addictions workforce, visit 2

3 Prevention Internships Atlantic County Atlantic Prevention Resources (APR) 1416 North Main St. Pleasantville, NJ APR is a non profit public health agency dedicated to preventing the harm caused by substance abuse and violence. They provide substance abuse education and prevention programs for people of all ages, training for professionals in other human service agencies and general community education. Also see APR under treatment internships related to the treatment services they offer. Individuals, families, businesses, schools and organizations Contact Person Bob Zlotnick or Kathy McFadden Ph. D. and CPS Individuals interested in becoming a Certified Prevention Specialist (CPS) Flexible 3

4 Cape May Cape Assist Cape May Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse 3819 New Jersey Ave, Wildwood, NJ Cape Assist provides evidence based prevention programs, education, information and referral services to county residents, businesses, schools, faith based organizations, municipal alliances, and social service agencies. They also coordinate community coalitions as well as local conferences and trainings. Individuals, families, businesses, schools and organizations Contact Person Lynne Krukosky Master s degree, CPS Individuals interested in becoming a Certified Prevention Specialist (CPS) Up to 35 hours per week 4

5 Cumberland and Gloucester Counties The Southwest Council (Offices in Cumberland, Gloucester and Salem counties) Main Office 645 North Delsea Drive, Vineland, NJ Gloucester County 711 N. Main St, Glassboro, NJ (3 blocks from Rowan University) Salem County 118 Walnut St, Salem, NJ The Southwest Council is a private non profit health agency dedicated to the prevention of the use and abuse of alcohol and other drugs of addiction. The Southwest Council offers an array of evidence based prevention programs to local community groups, schools, professionals and other organizations. The agency also provides DWI/DUI prevention education, information and referral services as well as substance abuse assessment services. Individuals, families, businesses, schools and organizations Contact Person Joseph M. Williams, CEO/Executive Director ext. 11 LCADC, CPS Individuals interested in becoming a Certified Prevention Specialist (CPS) Up to 15 hours per week with flexible hours 5

6 Hudson County Partners in Prevention Hudson County, Inc Newark Ave. in prevention.com Partners in Prevention offers alcohol, tobacco and other drug prevention programs in Hudson County. It provides a variety of services, including educational programs, coordination of county wide tobacco prevention programs, the Strengthening Families Program, a free resource center, professional development workshops, community coalitions, and a variety of other evidence based programs. Individuals, families, businesses, schools and organizations Contact Person Samantha Harries, Executive Director CPS Individuals interested in becoming a Certified Prevention Specialist (CPS) Varies 6

7 Middlesex County National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD) of Middlesex County, Inc. 152 Tices Lane, East Brunswick, NJ middlesex.org NCADD of Middlesex County provides evidence based prevention programs, education, information and referral services to county residents, businesses, schools, faith based organizations, municipal alliances, and social service agencies Individuals, families, businesses, schools and organizations Contact Person Ezra Helfand Other Information LSW, LCADC, CPS Individuals interested in becoming a Certified Prevention Specialist (CPS) Up to 25 hours per week Visit middlesex.org/aboutncadd/interns/ 7

8 Monmouth County Prevention First 1405 Highway 35, Ocean, NJ Prevention First provides evidence based prevention programs, education, information and referral services to Monmouth County residents, businesses, school, faith based organizations, municipal alliances and social service agencies. Individuals, families, businesses, schools and organizations Contact Person Denise Stevens ext. 216 Other Information Master s degree, CPS Individuals interested in becoming a Certified Prevention Specialist (CPS) 20 hours per week Several internships are available each year. Internships last for either one semester or one school year but can be extended over the summer. 8

9 Morris County The Willow Tree Center 415 Speedwell Avenue Morris Plains, NJ The Willow Tree Center provides education and prevention services related to drugs, alcohol and domestic violence; also see the Willow Tree Center under treatment internships related to the treatment services they offer Adolescents, women, men, and families Contact Person Angela Falzarano LPC or LPCSW with LCADC, CPS, CCS Individuals interested in becoming a Certified Prevention Specialist (CPS) Up to 30 hours 9

10 Salem County The Southwest Council (Offices in Cumberland, Gloucester and Salem counties) Main Office 645 North Delsea Drive, Vineland, NJ Gloucester County 711 N. Main St, Glassboro, NJ (3 blocks from Rowan University) Salem County 118 Walnut St, Salem, NJ The Southwest Council is a private non profit health agency dedicated to the prevention of the use and abuse of alcohol and other drugs of addiction. The Southwest Council offers an array of evidence based prevention programs to local community groups, schools, professionals and other organizations. The agency also provides DWI/DUI prevention education, information and referral services as well as substance abuse assessment services. Individuals, families, businesses, schools and organizations Contact Person Joseph M. Williams, CEO/Executive Director ext. 11 LCADC, CPS Individuals interested in becoming a Certified Prevention Specialist (CPS) Up to 15 hours per week with flexible hours 10

11 Somerset County EmPoWER Somerset 34 West Main Street, Suite 307 Somerville, NJ EmPoWER Somerset provides evidence based prevention programs, education, information and referral services to county residents, businesses, schools, faith based organizations, municipal alliances, and social service agencies Individuals, families, businesses, schools and organizations Contact Person Brenda Esler Other Information CPS Individuals interested in becoming a Certified Prevention Specialist (CPS) 14 hours per week Stipend available Brenda Esler is a Licensed Social Worker and regularly provides field placements for social work students. At this time we do not have an opening but have the ability to accept applicants for a summer of 2010 internship. 11

12 Sussex County Center for Prevention and Counseling 61 Spring St., Newton, NJ The Center provides evidence based prevention programs, education, information and referral services to county residents, businesses, schools, faith based organizations, municipal alliances, and social service agencies; also see the Center under treatment internships related to the treatment services they offer Individuals, families, businesses, schools and organizations Contact Person Dot Del Campo CPS Individuals interested in becoming a Certified Prevention Specialist (CPS) Varies 12

13 Union County Prevention Links 35 Walnut Ave, Suite 17 Clark, NJ Prevention Links provides evidence based prevention programs, education, information and referral services to county residents, businesses, schools, faith based organizations, municipal alliances, and social service agencies Individuals, families, businesses, schools and organizations Contact Person Pamela Capaci CPS/CHES Individuals interested in becoming a Certified Prevention Specialist (CPS) Up to 20 hours per week, but several internships have lead to paid positions 13

14 Warren County Community Prevention Resources of Warren County 20 West Washington Ave Washington, NJ Community Prevention Resources provides evidencebased prevention programs, education, information and referral services to county residents, businesses, schools, faith based organizations, municipal alliances, and social service agencies Individuals, families, businesses, schools and organizations Contact Person Dr. Janet Bloodgood ext. 13 Marion Fritsch, MSW, LCADC, CPS ext. 20 MSW, LCADC, CPS Individuals interested in becoming a Certified Prevention Specialist (CPS) Up to 20 hours per week 14

15 Treatment Internships Atlantic County Atlantic Prevention Resources (APR) 1416 North Main St. Pleasantville, NJ APR provides Level 1 outpatient treatment services. Also see APR under prevention internships related to the prevention services they offer. Adults Contact Person Bob Zlotnick or Kathy McFadden LCADC Alcohol and drug counselor intern Credentialed intern (possessing a NJ professional clinical license in counseling or a closely related fieldi.e. LPC, LCSW, etc) who is working towards their LCADC/CADC Flexible 15

16 Bergen County Spring House for Women 327 East Ridgewood Ave. Paramus, NJ Inpatient treatment services for women Adult women, including those with a co occurring disorder Contact Person Rosemary McCourt, Clinical Director ext. 227 MSW, LSW, LCADC, CCS, ICADC Alcohol and drug counselor intern Credentialed intern (possessing a NJ professional clinical license in counseling or a closely related fieldi.e. LPC, LCSW, etc) who is working towards their LCADC/CADC Negotiable 16

17 Camden County Contact Person Sikora Center, Inc. 615 Clinton Street Clinton, NJ Sikora Center provides outpatient and intensive outpatient services Adults, including those with a co occurring disorder M. Dean Bowman or Alisa Kamis LPC, LCSW, LCADC Alcohol and drug counselor intern Credentialed intern (possessing a NJ professional clinical license in counseling or a closely related fieldi.e. LPC, LCSW, etc) who is working towards their LCADC/CADC 10 to 40 hours Initially unpaid 17

18 Cumberland County Maryville Treatment Center 1173 East Landis Avenue Vineland, NJ (Locations in Cumberland, Gloucester and Salem Counties) Contact Person Maryville provides inpatient (detoxification and residential programs) and outpatient services. Inpatient services for adults, including those with cooccurring disorders; outpatient services for adolescents and adults Ann Whitman, Human Resources Ext. 249 LCSW, LCADC, CCS Alcohol and drug counselor intern Varies 18

19 Essex County Cope Center 104 Bloomfield Avenue Montclair, NJ Visit Cope Center provides outpatient and intensive outpatient treatment services including individual, group, and family counseling Adults and adolescents, including those with co occurring disorders Contact Person Rose Maire Other Information LCADC, CCS Alcohol and drug counselor intern Up to 20 hours, including day and evening hours Preference given to interns in graduate school programs 19

20 Gloucester County Maryville Treatment Center 707 North Main St Glassboro, NJ (Locations in Cumberland, Gloucester and Salem Counties) Contact Person Maryville provides inpatient (detoxification and residential programs) and outpatient services Inpatient services for adults, including those with cooccurring disorders; outpatient services for adolescents and adults Ann Whitman, Human Resources Ext. 249 LCSW, LCADC, CCS Alcohol and drug counselor intern Varies 20

21 Hudson County Endeavor House 25 East Front Street Keyport, NJ (Locations in Hudson and Monmouth counties) Endeavor House provides sober living, partial care, detoxification, intensive outpatient and inpatient treatment services Adults (age 18+), including those with a co occuring disorder Contact Person Ruth Berricil ext. 143 LCSW, LCADC, CCS Alcohol and drug counselor intern Credentialed intern (possessing a NJ professional clinical license in counseling or a closely related fieldi.e. LPC, LCSW, etc) who is working towards their LCADC/CADC 10 to 40 hours per week Paid positions are a possibility 21

22 Inter County Council on Drug and Alcohol Abuse 480 Kearny Avenue Kearny, NJ The Inter County Council on Drug and Alcohol abuse provides outpatient methadone treatment and outpatient drug free treatment Adults and adolescents Contact Person Elie DeFrance LCADC Alcohol and drug counselor intern Up to 35 hours per week Paid positions may be considered 22

23 New Pathway Counseling 995 Broadway Bayonne, NJ New Pathway Counseling provides outpatient treatment services Adults and adolescents Contact Person Frann Mattiace, Ph.D LPC, LCADC, Ph.D Alcohol and drug counselor intern Flexible 23

24 Mercer County New Horizon Treatment Services, Inc Perry Street Trenton, NJ New Horizon Treatment Services provides outpatient (both medically and non medically assisted) treatment as well as intensive outpatient and partial care services Adults, including those with co occurring disorders Contact Person Michael Hanlon ext. 41 Bonnie Bopp ext. 45 LPC or LCSW with LCADC Alcohol and drug counselor intern Credentialed intern (possessing a NJ professional clinical license in counseling or a closely related fieldi.e. LPC, LCSW, etc) who is working towards their LCADC/CADC Flexible 24

25 United Progress Inc. Trenton Treatment Center 56 Escher Street Trenton, NJ Trenton Treatment Center provides 90 days of intensive out patient addiction services for adult males and females; individual and group counseling, residential program for males and referrals are also offered. Adults Contact Person Harold Williams LCADC, CCS Alcohol and drug counselor intern Credentialed intern (possessing a NJ professional clinical license in counseling or a closely related fieldi.e. LPC, LCSW, etc) who is working towards their LCADC/CADC 35 hours per week 25

26 Middlesex County Catholic Charities, Diocese of Metuchen 288 Rues Lane East Brunswick, NJ Catholic Charities provides outpatient treatment services, including services for individuals with co occurring disorders, Level.05 and 1 Adults, including those with co occurring disorders, and Intoxicated Drivers Resource Center (IDRC) referrals Contact Person Ann Basil LCADC Alcohol and drug counselor intern Credentialed intern (possessing a NJ professional clinical license in counseling or a closely related fieldi.e. LPC, LCSW, etc) who is working towards their LCADC/CADC Flexible, evenings needed 26

27 JFK Center for Behavioral Health 65 James Street Edison, NJ JFK Center for Behavioral Health provides outpatient and intensive outpatient treatment services Adults, including those with co occurring disorders Contact Person Ray Cubino LPC with CCS Credentialed intern (possessing a NJ professional clinical license in counseling or a closely related fieldi.e. LPC, LCSW, etc) who is working towards their LCADC/CADC 20 hours per week 27

28 Monmouth County Community YMCA Family Services 166 Main Street Matawan, NJ Community YMCA Family Services provides outpatient group and individual therapy as well as intensive outpatient services Adults Contact Person Jan Krolack LPC or LCSW with LCADC Alcohol and drug counselor intern Credentialed intern (possessing a NJ professional clinical license in counseling or a closely related fieldi.e. LPC, LCSW, etc) who is working towards their LCADC/CADC Flexible 28

29 Endeavor House 25 East Front Street Keyport, NJ (Locations in Hudson and Monmouth counties) Endeavor House provides sober living, partial care, detoxification, intensive outpatient and inpatient treatment services Adults, including those with a co occurring disorder Contact Person Ruth Berricil ext. 143 LCSW, LCADC, CCS Alcohol and drug counselor intern Credentialed intern (possessing a NJ professional clinical license in counseling or a closely related fieldi.e. LPC, LCSW, etc) who is working towards their LCADC/CADC 10 to 40 hours per week Paid positions are a possibility 29

30 Morris County Daytop Village of New Jersey 80 West Main Street Mendham, NJ Daytop Village provides long term residential treatment for adolescents Adolescents, including those with co occurring disorders Contact Person Ellen Bewalder ext. 713 LPC with LCADC Alcohol and drug counselor intern Credentialed intern (possessing a NJ professional clinical license in counseling or a closely related fieldi.e. LPC, LCSW, etc) who is working towards their LCADC/CADC Up to 25 hours per week, but may secure a paid position in future 30

31 The Willow Tree Center 415 Speedwell Avenue Morris Plains, NJ The Willow Tree Center provides outpatient services, youth counseling, family counseling, individual and group counseling, family interventions and evaluations; Willow Tree also provides education and prevention services related to drugs, alcohol and domestic violence Adolescents, women, men, and families Contact Person Angela Falzarano LPC or LPCSW with LCADC, CPS, CCS Alcohol and drug counselor intern Credentialed intern (possessing a NJ professional clinical license in counseling or a closely related fieldi.e. LPC, LCSW, etc) who is working towards their LCADC/CADC Up to 30 hours 31

32 Ocean County Preferred Behavioral Health 700 Airport Road Lakewood, NJ Preferred Behavioral Health provides outpatient treatment services (Level I, II, II.5) Adults and adolescents, including those with cooccurring disorders, Drug Court referrals (adults) and clients on Suboxone Contact Person Jean Hennon ext. 126 LPC or LCSW with LCADC Alcohol and drug counselor intern Credentialed intern (possessing a NJ professional clinical license in counseling or a closely related fieldi.e. LPC, LCSW, etc) who is working towards their LCADC/CADC Varies 32

33 Seashore Family Services of New Jersey 220 Chambers Bridge Road Brick, NJ 226 Main Street Toms River, NJ Outpatient ASAM Level I, II treatment services Adults and adolescents, including those with co occurring disorders Contact Person Roberta Flecha ext. 407 LPC or LCSW with LCADC Alcohol and drug counselor intern Credentialed intern (possessing a NJ professional clinical license in counseling or a closely related fieldi.e. LPC, LCSW, etc) who is working towards their LCADC/CADC hours per week If funding is available 33

34 Passaic County Wayne Counseling and Family Services 1022 Hamburg Turnpike Wayne, NJ Outpatient Adults and adolescents Contact Person Tom McArdle LPC, LCADC, LMFT Alcohol and drug counselor intern Credentialed intern (possessing a NJ professional clinical license in counseling or a closely related fieldi.e. LPC, LCSW, etc) who is working towards their LCADC/CADC 10 to 15 hours per week 34

35 Salem County Maryville Treatment Center 567 Salem Quinton Rd. Salem, NJ (Locations in Cumberland, Gloucester and Salem Counties) Contact Person Maryville provides inpatient (detoxification and residential programs) and outpatient services. Inpatient services for adults, including those with cooccurring disorders; outpatient services for adolescents and adults Ann Whitman, Human Resources Ext. 249 LCSW, LCADC, CCS Alcohol and drug counselor intern (CADC) Varies 35

36 Somerset County Center for Great Expectations 19B Dellwood Lane Somerset, NJ The Center provides six month residential treatment (Level III.I and III.3) for pregnant and post partum women Women and their children Contact Person Jennifer Petronzi ext. 30 LPC or LCSW with LCADC Credentialed intern (possessing a NJ professional clinical license in counseling or a closely related fieldi.e. LPC, LCSW, etc) who is working towards their LCADC/CADC 10 to 15 hours per week 36

37 Sussex County Center for Prevention and Counseling 61 Spring St., Newton, NJ The Center provides out patient and intensive outpatient treatment for youth and adults; also see the Center under prevention internships related to the prevention services they offer Adults and adolescents Contact Person Dot Del Campo LCADC, LPC or LCSW with CCS Alcohol and drug counselor intern Credentialed intern (possessing a NJ professional clinical license in counseling or a closely related fieldi.e. LPC, LCSW, etc) who is working towards their LCADC/CADC Varies No, but interns frequently become paid staff after some length of time when paid positions open up 37

38 Capitol Care 185 Route 183 Stanhope, NJ care.org Capitol Care provides outpatient, intensive outpatient and partial care treatment Adults, including those with co occurring disorders as well as referrals from drug court, probation, and Intoxicated Drivers Resource Centers Contact Person Kristy Graham LPC or LCSW with LCADC Alcohol and drug counselor intern Credentialed intern (possessing a NJ professional clinical license in counseling or a closely related fieldi.e. LPC, LCSW, etc) who is working towards their LCADC/CADC Varies Possibly New Jersey Prevention Network 150 Airport Road, Suite 1400, Lakewood, NJ Phone: Web: The Addiction Training and Workforce Development Program and the printing of this booklet are made possible by a grant from the New Jersey Department of Human Services, Division of Addiction Services. 38 Revised 10/09

A Rewarding Career Helping Others Addiction Treatment and Prevention

A Rewarding Career Helping Others Addiction Treatment and Prevention A Rewarding Career Helping Others Addiction Treatment and Prevention a field with a future If you ve always wanted to help others, consider the growing field of addiction services. Addiction treatment

More information

Starting a Career in Addiction Treatment and Prevention: Internship Opportunities Available throughout New Jersey

Starting a Career in Addiction Treatment and Prevention: Internship Opportunities Available throughout New Jersey Starting a Career in Addiction Treatment and Prevention: Internship Opportunities Available throughout New Jersey 2 About this Internship Manual The New Jersey Prevention Network (NJPN) has a grant from

More information

DMHAS FEE FOR SERVICE PRIOR AUTHORIZATION CONTACTS

DMHAS FEE FOR SERVICE PRIOR AUTHORIZATION CONTACTS AGAPE Counseling Services, Inc. Airmid Counseling Services ALFRE, Inc. ( Mrs. Wilsons Halfway House) American Habitare & Counseling, Inc. Another Door Opens Recovery Center, LLC Atlantic Prevention Resources

More information

Partnership for Maternal and Child Health of Northern New Jersey. Directory at a Glance

Partnership for Maternal and Child Health of Northern New Jersey. Directory at a Glance Partnership for Maternal and Child Health of Northern New Jersey 65-67 Ruby Brown Terrace Jersey City, NJ 07305 Directory at a Glance Directory of Treatment Services for Pregnant Women and Parenting Women

More information

New Jersey Substance Abuse Monitoring System (NJ-SAMS) Substance Abuse Treatment Admissions 1/1/2013-12/31/2013 Resident of Cape May County

New Jersey Substance Abuse Monitoring System (NJ-SAMS) Substance Abuse Treatment Admissions 1/1/2013-12/31/2013 Resident of Cape May County New Jersey Substance Abuse Monitoring System (NJ-SAMS) Substance Abuse Treatment Admissions 1/1/2013-12/31/2013 Resident of Cape May County Primary Drug Highest School Grade Completed Alcohol 733 31% Completed

More information

Substance Abuse Overview 2012 Middlesex County

Substance Abuse Overview 2012 Middlesex County New Jersey Drug and Alcohol Abuse Treatment Substance Abuse Overview 2012 Middlesex County Prepared by Limei Zhu Department of Human Services Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services Office of

More information

Starting a Career in Addiction Treatment and Prevention: Internship Opportunities Available throughout New Jersey

Starting a Career in Addiction Treatment and Prevention: Internship Opportunities Available throughout New Jersey Starting a Career in Addiction Treatment and Prevention: Internship Opportunities Available throughout New Jersey 2 About this Internship Manual The New Jersey Prevention Network (NJPN) has a grant from

More information

Substance Abuse Overview 2013

Substance Abuse Overview 2013 New Jersey Drug and Alcohol Abuse Treatment Substance Abuse Overview 2013 Prepared by Limei Zhu Department of Human Services Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services Office of Research, Planning,

More information

New Jersey Drug and Alcohol Abuse Treatment Substance Abuse Overview 2010 Passaic County

New Jersey Drug and Alcohol Abuse Treatment Substance Abuse Overview 2010 Passaic County New Jersey Drug and Alcohol Abuse Treatment Substance Abuse Overview 2010 Passaic County Prepared by: Department of Human Services Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services Office of Research, Planning,

More information

Substance Abuse Overview 2014 Hunterdon County

Substance Abuse Overview 2014 Hunterdon County New Jersey Drug and Alcohol Abuse Treatment Substance Abuse Overview 2014 Hunterdon County Prepared by Limei Zhu Department of Human Services Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services Office of

More information

Substance Abuse Overview 2014 Morris County

Substance Abuse Overview 2014 Morris County New Jersey Drug and Alcohol Abuse Treatment Substance Abuse Overview 2014 Morris County Prepared by Limei Zhu Department of Human Services Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services Office of Planning,

More information

SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION COUNTY PROBATE PART. [Caption: See Rule 4:83-3 for Probate Part Actions] CIVIL ACTION

SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION COUNTY PROBATE PART. [Caption: See Rule 4:83-3 for Probate Part Actions] CIVIL ACTION SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION COUNTY PROBATE PART [Caption: See Rule 4:83-3 for Probate Part Actions] IN THE MATTER OF Docket No.: CIVIL ACTION ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE SUMMARY ACTION THIS

More information

New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development LWD nj.gov/labor. Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Services DVRS

New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development LWD nj.gov/labor. Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Services DVRS New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development LWD nj.gov/labor Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Services DVRS MISSION STATEMENT It is the mission of the New Jersey Division of Vocational

More information

Volume 25 No. 01 February 2015. Nursing Facilities, Assisted Living Providers and Managed Care Organizations (MCOs) For Action

Volume 25 No. 01 February 2015. Nursing Facilities, Assisted Living Providers and Managed Care Organizations (MCOs) For Action State of New Jersey Department of Human Services Division of Medical Assistance & Health Services Volume 25 No. 01 February 2015 TO: SUBJECT: EFFECTIVE: Nursing Facilities, Assisted Living Providers and

More information

Substance Abuse Overview 2014 Statewide

Substance Abuse Overview 2014 Statewide New Jersey Drug and Alcohol Abuse Treatment Substance Abuse Overview 2014 Statewide Prepared by Limei Zhu Department of Human Services Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services Office of Planning,

More information

New Jersey Substance Abuse Monitoring System (NJ-SAMS) Substance Abuse Treatment Admissions 1/1/2013-12/31/2013 Resident of Camden County

New Jersey Substance Abuse Monitoring System (NJ-SAMS) Substance Abuse Treatment Admissions 1/1/2013-12/31/2013 Resident of Camden County New Jersey Substance Abuse Monitoring System (NJ-SAMS) Substance Abuse Treatment Admissions 1/1/2013-12/31/2013 Resident of Camden County Primary Drug Highest School Grade Completed Alcohol 1,278 22% Completed

More information

The Economic Benefits of International Education to the United States: A Statistical Analysis

The Economic Benefits of International Education to the United States: A Statistical Analysis The Economic Benefits of International Education to the United States: A Statistical Analysis NAFSA estimates that foreign students and their dependents contributed more than $12.87 billion to the U.S.

More information

Legal Consequences of Substance Abuse

Legal Consequences of Substance Abuse A publication of the New Jersey State Bar Foundation Legal Consequences of Substance Abuse You already know that alcohol and drugs can damage your health and even lead to death. In addition to the significant

More information

NEW JERSEY. ECE Training Institutions - alphabetized by city

NEW JERSEY. ECE Training Institutions - alphabetized by city PROSOLUTIONS TRAINING 1117 PERIMETER CENTER WEST, SUITE W300 ATLANTA, GA 30338 7706426939 www.prosolutionstraining.com DEBBIE JOHNSTON VICE PRESIDENT, PARTNERSHIPS 7706426939 PROSOLUTIONS TRAINING CAMDEN

More information

NEW JERSEY. ECE Training Institutions - alphabetized by city CAMDEN COUNTY COLLEGE P.O. BOX 200 COLLEGE DR BLACKWOOD, NJ, 08012 856--227-7200 X4532

NEW JERSEY. ECE Training Institutions - alphabetized by city CAMDEN COUNTY COLLEGE P.O. BOX 200 COLLEGE DR BLACKWOOD, NJ, 08012 856--227-7200 X4532 NEW JERSEY ECE Training Institutions - alphabetized by city CAMDEN COUNTY COLLEGE P.O. BOX 200 COLLEGE DR BLACKWOOD, NJ, 08012 856--227-7200 X4532 Habiba Soudan PROGRAM COORDINATOR BLOOMFLIELD COLLEGE

More information

Referral Process for DDD Regional Clinical Services & Family Support

Referral Process for DDD Regional Clinical Services & Family Support Referral Process for DDD Regional Clinical Services & Family Support COUNTY REGIONAL PSYCHOLOGIST REGIONAL NURSE REGIONAL BEHAVIORIST FAMILY SUPPORT ATLANTIC BERGEN BURLINGTON CAMDEN DDD 1 8/24/2015 CAPE

More information

DMHAS. NJ Department of Human Services Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services

DMHAS. NJ Department of Human Services Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services DMHAS NJ Department of Human Services Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services A Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) has been executed between the Department of Human Services Division of Mental Health

More information

HOW TO APPEAL A DECISION OF A MUNICIPAL COURT

HOW TO APPEAL A DECISION OF A MUNICIPAL COURT HOW TO APPEAL A DECISION OF A MUNICIPAL COURT WHO SHOULD USE THIS PACKET? If you have been found guilty and have been sentenced by a Municipal Court judge and you want to appeal, then this packet will

More information

New Jersey Department of Children and Families Policy Manual. Date: Chapter: B Substance Abuse Subchapter: 1 Substance Abuse Services

New Jersey Department of Children and Families Policy Manual. Date: Chapter: B Substance Abuse Subchapter: 1 Substance Abuse Services New Jersey Department of Children and Families Policy Manual Manual: CP&P Child Protection and Permanency Effective Volume: V Health Date: Chapter: B Substance Abuse Subchapter: 1 Substance Abuse Services

More information

Number of Full-time Employees at New Jersey Colleges and Universities, Fall 2011

Number of Full-time Employees at New Jersey Colleges and Universities, Fall 2011 Number of Full-time Employees at New Jersey Colleges and Universities, Fall 2011 N.J. Institute of Technology 426 0 90 389 13 168 9 132 1,227 Rutgers, The State University 3,320 0 224 3,701 391 695 395

More information

Section Nine POLICE EMPLOYEE DATA

Section Nine POLICE EMPLOYEE DATA Section Nine POLICE EMPLOYEE DATA 175 STATE OF NEW JERSEY FULL TIME POLICE EMPLOYEES 1999 Department Municipal Police County Police Universities and Colleges State Police Other State Agencies 1998 19,437

More information

Mercer Council on Alcoholism and Drug Addiction. Resource Guide. 447 Bellevue Avenue Trenton, New Jersey 08629 www.mercercouncil.

Mercer Council on Alcoholism and Drug Addiction. Resource Guide. 447 Bellevue Avenue Trenton, New Jersey 08629 www.mercercouncil. Mercer Council on Alcoholism and Drug Addiction Resource Guide 2010 447 Bellevue Avenue Trenton, New Jersey 08629 www.mercercouncil.org Serving the community for 30 years. Catholic Charities, Diocese of

More information

New Jersey Transportation Resource Manual. For Veterans

New Jersey Transportation Resource Manual. For Veterans New Jersey Transportation Resource Manual For Veterans 2 1. Atlantic County Transportation Unit New Road & Dolphin Avenue Northfield, NJ 08225 Tel: 609-645-5910 Dispatch Operations Center: 609-645-5918

More information

ALL AWARDS CONFERRED BY INSTITUTION AND GENDER, F.Y. 2008. Men Women Total NJ PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS Num Pct Num Pct Num Pct

ALL AWARDS CONFERRED BY INSTITUTION AND GENDER, F.Y. 2008. Men Women Total NJ PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS Num Pct Num Pct Num Pct ALL AWARDS CONFERRED BY INSTITUTION AND GENDER, F.Y. 2008 N.J. INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 1,461 74.2% 507 25.8% 1,968 100.0% RUTGERS,THE STATE UNIVERSITY 5,036 44.7% 6,238 55.3% 11,274 100.0% UNIV OF MEDICINE

More information

Nutrition and Physical Activity Programs in New Jersey Introduction

Nutrition and Physical Activity Programs in New Jersey Introduction Nutrition and Physical Activity Programs in New Jersey Introduction Compiled by: Thanusha Puvananayagam, MPH The Cancer Institute of New Jersey UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School Sharon Smith, MPH

More information

Tuition and Required Fees, Academic Year 2012-2013

Tuition and Required Fees, Academic Year 2012-2013 IN-DISTRICT* RATES NJ COMMUNITY COLLEGES Tuition Fees Total Tuition Tuition Fees Total Atlantic Cape Community College $3,060 $675 $3,735 $102.00 $1,224 $270 $1,494 Bergen Community College $3,857 $1,260

More information

Off-Campus Pickup & Delivery Locations Dynamex, U.S. Mail, and UPS Addresses Rutgers University Libraries

Off-Campus Pickup & Delivery Locations Dynamex, U.S. Mail, and UPS Addresses Rutgers University Libraries Off-Campus Pickup & Delivery Locations Dynamex, U.S. Mail, and UPS Addresses Rutgers University Libraries Dynamex (The NJ Library Network s Delivery Service) Atlantic Cape Community College-Atlantic City

More information

Eva s Village as a whole has various hours do to the many different programs. It is all on the website.

Eva s Village as a whole has various hours do to the many different programs. It is all on the website. DMHAS Recovery Centers and Self help Centers of New Jersey DMHAS New Jersey Recovery Centers Passaic County Eva s Village 393 Main Street Paterson, NJ 07501 (973)754 6784 http://evasvillage.org/ Hours

More information

Overview of Services

Overview of Services New Jersey Department of Human Services Division of Developmental Disabilities Overview of Services Clarke Bruno Acting Commissioner Division of Developmental Disabilities The New Jersey Department of

More information

Treatment Resources for Substance Use Disorders

Treatment Resources for Substance Use Disorders Treatment Resources for Substance Use Disorders The treatment of substance use disorders can be very complex; there are many levels of care and the treatment network can be challenging to navigate. Substance

More information

Child Protection and Permanency. Monthly Screening and Investigation Report April 2015

Child Protection and Permanency. Monthly Screening and Investigation Report April 2015 Child Protection and Permanency Monthly Screening and Investigation Report il Allison Blake, Ph.D., L.S.W. Commissioner May 20, Data in this report is preliminary and may differ from any final report.

More information

APPENDIX 26 New Jersey Documents Depository Libraries

APPENDIX 26 New Jersey Documents Depository Libraries APPENDIX 26 New Jersey Documents Depository Libraries Atlantic County Library 40 Farragut Ave. Mays Landing NJ 08330 Bloomfield Public Library 90 Broad St. Bloomfield NJ 07003 Burlington County Library

More information

Tuition and Required Fees, Academic Year 2014-2015

Tuition and Required Fees, Academic Year 2014-2015 IN-DISTRICT* RATES NJ COMMUNITY COLLEGES Tuition Fees Total Tuition Tuition Fees Total Atlantic Cape Community College $3,390 $762 $4,152 $113.00 $1,356 $305 $1,661 Bergen Community College $3,977 $1,290

More information

Community Outreach Services

Community Outreach Services 1 Community Outreach Services Substance Abuse Services Jersey City Medical Center Christ Hospital Hoboken University Medical Center Behavorial Health Outpatient Behavorial Health Giant Steps 395 Grand

More information

TRAINING NEW JERSEY. Consortium. Community College. Bridging the Skills Gap FOR WORKFORCE & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

TRAINING NEW JERSEY. Consortium. Community College. Bridging the Skills Gap FOR WORKFORCE & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT TRAINING NEW JERSEY NJ Community College Consortium FOR WORKFORCE & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Bridging the Skills Gap NJ Community College Consortium FOR WORKFORCE & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Bridging the Skills

More information

Housing Information Sheet The Brain Injury Alliance of New Jersey

Housing Information Sheet The Brain Injury Alliance of New Jersey Housing Information Sheet The Brain Injury Alliance of New Jersey People with brain injury may find themselves unable to afford their housing costs because of reduced income. The Brain Injury Alliance

More information

**PLEASE CALL CLINIC FOR HOURS OR AN APPOINTMENT** ATLANTIC COUNTY. Atlantic City - 08401

**PLEASE CALL CLINIC FOR HOURS OR AN APPOINTMENT** ATLANTIC COUNTY. Atlantic City - 08401 ATLANTIC COUNTY Atlantic City - 08401 AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center Family Planning 2922 Atlantic Ave 2 nd Floor Telephone #: 856-365-3519 or 800-230-7526 Fax #: (609) 441-8928 Sliding Scale fee

More information

Students complete 32 general education credits at a Partner College as prerequisite to the 42 credits of professional coursework at Rutgers.

Students complete 32 general education credits at a Partner College as prerequisite to the 42 credits of professional coursework at Rutgers. Program Overview The 74-credit joint Associate of Science Degree Program in Occupational Therapy Assistant (OTA) is offered in collaboration with Rutgers Partner Colleges including Camden County College,

More information

New Jersey Dental Clinic Directory 2014 Division of Family Health Services

New Jersey Dental Clinic Directory 2014 Division of Family Health Services 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 New Jersey Dental Clinic Directory 2014 Division of Family Health Services * 0 # Chris Christie Governor Kim Guadagno Lt. Governor Mary E. O Dowd, MPH Commissioner Introduction If you

More information

LifeLines REACHFORYOURLIFELINE. how to connect WHENYOUTHINKTHERE ISNOONETOHELPYOU

LifeLines REACHFORYOURLIFELINE. how to connect WHENYOUTHINKTHERE ISNOONETOHELPYOU LifeLines how to connect WHENYOUTHINKTHERE ISNOONETOHELPYOU REACHFORYOURLIFELINE 2006/2007 message from the Juvenile Justice Commision From prevention to parole, the New Jersey Juvenile Justice Commission

More information

NEW JERSEY 2011 For a strong economy, the skills gap must be closed.

NEW JERSEY 2011 For a strong economy, the skills gap must be closed. For a strong economy, the skills gap must be closed. 66% 46% 20% By 2020, jobs requiring a career certificate or college degree Skills gap Too few students make it through college. MEMBER New Jersey adults

More information

Referral Process for DDD Regional Clinical Services & Family Support

Referral Process for DDD Regional Clinical Services & Family Support Referral Process for DDD Regional Clinical Services & Family Support COUNTY REGIONAL PSYCHOLOGIST REGIONAL NURSE REGIONAL BEHAVIORIST FAMILY SUPPORT ATLANTIC BERGEN William Peto 973-977-2111 William.peto@dhs.state.nj.us

More information

SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT

SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT Scope of the Problem and Indicators of Need Addiction changed dramatically in New Jersey between 1992 and 2002, with increases in the use of heroin and other opiates and parallel

More information

Tuition and Required Fees, Academic Year 2015-2016

Tuition and Required Fees, Academic Year 2015-2016 IN-DISTRICT* RATES NJ COMMUNITY COLLEGES Tuition Fees Total Tuition Tuition Fees Total Atlantic Cape Community College $3,480 $786 $4,266 $116.00 $1,392 $314 $1,706 Bergen Community College $4,050 $1,290

More information

Mayor East Orange, New Jersey. Executive Director NJHMFA. 44 City Hall Plaza East Orange, NJ 07019 TEL: 973-266-5411 www.eastorange-nj.

Mayor East Orange, New Jersey. Executive Director NJHMFA. 44 City Hall Plaza East Orange, NJ 07019 TEL: 973-266-5411 www.eastorange-nj. Mission: The Live Where You Work Homebuyer Program builds strong communities and promotes sustainable land use by encouraging people to live close to their places of employment. live where you work - EAST

More information

Judiciary, State of New Jersey Treatment Assessment Services for the Courts (TASC) Programs

Judiciary, State of New Jersey Treatment Assessment Services for the Courts (TASC) Programs Judiciary, State of New Jersey Treatment Assessment Services for the Courts (TASC) Programs Administrative Office of the Courts, State Coordination Unit Hughes Justice Complex-7N PO Box 982 Trenton, NJ

More information

Presented by Jeanine Nagrod Executive Director

Presented by Jeanine Nagrod Executive Director Presented by Jeanine Nagrod Executive Director Structured post secondary learning experience = On-the-job learning + Classroom theory & practice Make apprenticeship a pathway to a college degree by removing

More information

LANDLORD INCENTIVE PROGRAM GUIDELINES

LANDLORD INCENTIVE PROGRAM GUIDELINES LANDLORD INCENTIVE PROGRAM GUIDELINES Eligible Applicants: Nonprofit and for-profit rental property owners Eligible Properties: Existing vacant*, rental housing where the property owner has full site control;

More information

ANNEX A1 DMHAS ASAM SERVICE DESCRIPTIONS

ANNEX A1 DMHAS ASAM SERVICE DESCRIPTIONS DMHAS ASAM SERVICE DESCRIPTIONS Please carefully review the Service Descriptions that are included in the DMHAS FFS Initiatives in this Annex A1 contract section. Initial the boxes below to identify the

More information

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE. in New Jersey. New Jersey State Police Uniform Crime Reporting Unit. For the year ending December 31, 2008

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE. in New Jersey. New Jersey State Police Uniform Crime Reporting Unit. For the year ending December 31, 2008 2008 DOMESTIC VIOLENCE in New Jersey For the year ending December 31, 2008 New Jersey State Police Uniform Crime Reporting Unit NEW JERSEY STATE POLICE 1921 TWENTY-SIXTH ANNUAL DOMESTIC VIOLENCE OFFENSE

More information

Megan s Law. A Guide for Community Organizations, Schools & Daycare Centers

Megan s Law. A Guide for Community Organizations, Schools & Daycare Centers Megan s Law A Guide for Community Organizations, Schools & Daycare Centers Issued as a public service by the N.J. Office of the Attorney General, Division of Criminal Justice in conjunction with the 21

More information

NJ Elder Economic Security Index 2012 Update

NJ Elder Economic Security Index 2012 Update NJ Elder Economic Security Index 2012 Update NJ Foundation for Aging Grace Egan, Executive Director gegan@njfoundationforaging.org Melissa Chalker, Program Manager mchalker@njfoundationforaging.org 609-421-0206

More information

Horizon MyWay HSA Horizon Direct Access 100/80/60 Benefit Highlights *

Horizon MyWay HSA Horizon Direct Access 100/80/60 Benefit Highlights * Horizon MyWay HSA Horizon Direct Access 100/80/60 Benefit Highlights * Office Visit Maximum Out of Pocket Plan** Copayment Deductible Network Non-Network Option 1 Not applicable $1,500 $3,500 $5,250 Option

More information

NEW JERSEY STATE MODEL PROCEDURES FOR INTERNAL COMPLAINTS ALLEGING DISCRIMINATION IN THE WORKPLACE

NEW JERSEY STATE MODEL PROCEDURES FOR INTERNAL COMPLAINTS ALLEGING DISCRIMINATION IN THE WORKPLACE NEW JERSEY STATE MODEL PROCEDURES FOR INTERNAL COMPLAINTS ALLEGING DISCRIMINATION IN THE WORKPLACE Each State department, commission, State college or university, agency and authority (hereafter referred

More information

Voting: It's Your Right

Voting: It's Your Right Voting: It's Your Right Voting: It s Your Right A resource guide developed by: In collaboration with New Jersey s Administration on Developmental Disabilities Partners: Suggested Citation: Coffield, C.N.

More information

PREQUALIFIED APPRAISER APPLICATION

PREQUALIFIED APPRAISER APPLICATION Richard E. Constable, III Acting Chairman Anthony Marchetta Executive Director Complete an application for each appraiser in your firm you want approved. Include with your application a copy of a signed

More information

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IN NEW JERSEY

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IN NEW JERSEY 2009 DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IN NEW JERSEY FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 2009 New Jersey State Police Uniform Crime Reporting Unit TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL DOMESTIC VIOLENCE OFFENSE REPORT 2009 Honorable Paula

More information

TWENTY-FOURTH ANNUAL DOMESTIC VIOLENCE OFFENSE REPORT 2006

TWENTY-FOURTH ANNUAL DOMESTIC VIOLENCE OFFENSE REPORT 2006 TWENTY-FOURTH ANNUAL DOMESTIC VIOLENCE OFFENSE REPORT 2006 Honorable Anne Milgram Attorney General State of New Jersey Colonel Joseph R. Fuentes Superintendent New Jersey State Police Captain Robert J.

More information

Detoxification. Clients Served: Adults 18 and older. Forms of Payment: Medicare, Private Pay Is Agency on TennCare? No Services Provided:

Detoxification. Clients Served: Adults 18 and older. Forms of Payment: Medicare, Private Pay Is Agency on TennCare? No Services Provided: Detoxification Baptist Hospital Alcohol and Drug Recovery Programs: Bridges to Recovery Outpatient Program Inpatient Behavioral Health Program 137 Blount Ave. Suite 5-A Knoxville, TN 37901 Phone: 865-549-2718

More information

New Jersey Kids Count 2015

New Jersey Kids Count 2015 New Jersey Kids Count 2015 Anti-Poverty Network: Poverty Summit October 13, 2015 Advocates for Children of New Jersey 35 Halsey Street Newark, NJ 07102 973.643.3876 Advocates for Children of New Jersey

More information

Department of Psychiatric Rehabilitation and Counseling Professions exclusively dedicated to healthcare state-of-the-art equipment

Department of Psychiatric Rehabilitation and Counseling Professions exclusively dedicated to healthcare state-of-the-art equipment SHRP School of Health Related Professions Department of Psychiatric Rehabilitation and Counseling Professions exclusively dedicated to healthcare state-of-the-art equipment the very best faculty & students

More information

New Jersey Kids Count 2014 The State of Our Children

New Jersey Kids Count 2014 The State of Our Children New Jersey Kids Count 2014 The State of Our Children April 24, 2014 Advocates for Children of New Jersey 35 Halsey Street Newark, NJ 07102 973.643.3876 Advocates for Children of New Jersey 2014 What is

More information

CURRICULUM VITAE. Psy.D. Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology, Rutgers University, 2004.

CURRICULUM VITAE. Psy.D. Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology, Rutgers University, 2004. CURRICULUM VITAE PETER N. DE NIGRIS, Psy.D. Somerset Psychological Group, P.A. 1 West Cliff Street Somerville, New Jersey 08876 (908) 333-4646 x 104 www.somersetpsych.com. EDUCATION: Psy.D. Graduate School

More information

Juvenile Delinquency Proceedings and Your Child. A Guide for Parents and Guardians

Juvenile Delinquency Proceedings and Your Child. A Guide for Parents and Guardians Juvenile Delinquency Proceedings and Your Child A Guide for Parents and Guardians NOTICE TO READER This brochure provides basic information about family court procedures relating to juvenile delinquency

More information

STATE OF NEW JERSEY HIGHER EDUCATION NUMBER OF UNDERGRADUATE RECIPIENTS OF FEDERAL AND INSTITUTIONAL FINANCIAL AID DOLLARS, AY

STATE OF NEW JERSEY HIGHER EDUCATION NUMBER OF UNDERGRADUATE RECIPIENTS OF FEDERAL AND INSTITUTIONAL FINANCIAL AID DOLLARS, AY STATE OF NEW JERSEY HIGHER EDUCATION NUMBER OF UNDERGRADUATE RECIPIENTS OF FEDERAL AND INSTITUTIONAL FINANCIAL AID DOLLARS, AY 2010-2011 FEDERAL PROGRAMS INSTITUTIONAL FUNDS SMART, PELL COLLEGE PERKINS

More information

FFS Network Providers Approved for Residential Medication Assisted Treatment Initiative as of 11/14/2014

FFS Network Providers Approved for Residential Medication Assisted Treatment Initiative as of 11/14/2014 SITE LICENSE # 1000044 Atlantic County John Brooks Recovery Center 20 S TENNESSEE AVE ATLANTIC CITY, NJ 08401 Wood.Robyn@jbrcnj.org Phone: 6093454035 FAX: 6093452531 SITE LICENSE # 1000048 John Brooks

More information

Overview of Career Services

Overview of Career Services Overview of Career Services Brittany L Stone, MS, CRC, CPRP Integrated Employment Institute & APSE NJ Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey If work makes people with mental illness sick, what do

More information

STATE OF NEW JERSEY HIGHER EDUCATION NUMBER OF UNDERGRADUATE RECIPIENTS OF FEDERAL AND INSTITUTIONAL FINANCIAL AID DOLLARS, AY

STATE OF NEW JERSEY HIGHER EDUCATION NUMBER OF UNDERGRADUATE RECIPIENTS OF FEDERAL AND INSTITUTIONAL FINANCIAL AID DOLLARS, AY STATE OF NEW JERSEY HIGHER EDUCATION NUMBER OF UNDERGRADUATE RECIPIENTS OF FEDERAL AND INSTITUTIONAL FINANCIAL AID DOLLARS, AY 2011-2012 FEDERAL PROGRAMS INSTITUTIONAL FUNDS SMART, PELL COLLEGE PERKINS

More information

STATE OF NEW JERSEY COMMISSION ON HIGHER EDUCATION NUMBER OF UNDERGRADUATE RECIPIENTS OF FEDERAL AND INSTITUTIONAL FINANCIAL AID DOLLARS, AY

STATE OF NEW JERSEY COMMISSION ON HIGHER EDUCATION NUMBER OF UNDERGRADUATE RECIPIENTS OF FEDERAL AND INSTITUTIONAL FINANCIAL AID DOLLARS, AY STATE OF NEW JERSEY COMMISSION ON HIGHER EDUCATION NUMBER OF UNDERGRADUATE RECIPIENTS OF FEDERAL AND INSTITUTIONAL FINANCIAL AID DOLLARS, AY 2009-2010 FEDERAL PROGRAMS INSTITUTIONAL FUNDS SMART, PELL COLLEGE

More information

STATE OF NEW JERSEY HIGHER EDUCATION NUMBER OF UNDERGRADUATE RECIPIENTS OF FEDERAL AND INSTITUTIONAL FINANCIAL AID DOLLARS, AY

STATE OF NEW JERSEY HIGHER EDUCATION NUMBER OF UNDERGRADUATE RECIPIENTS OF FEDERAL AND INSTITUTIONAL FINANCIAL AID DOLLARS, AY STATE OF NEW JERSEY HIGHER EDUCATION NUMBER OF UNDERGRADUATE RECIPIENTS OF FEDERAL AND INSTITUTIONAL FINANCIAL AID DOLLARS, AY 2009-2010 FEDERAL PROGRAMS INSTITUTIONAL FUNDS SMART, PELL COLLEGE PERKINS

More information

ALL Residential Lead Abatement Contractors

ALL Residential Lead Abatement Contractors was compiled from a voluntary survey, conducted by the Department of Community services in specific areas in. The presence of a contractor on the list should not be 34A & B LeadMasters, LLC (00434A) Lakewood,

More information

Master of Science. MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELING Master of Arts PSYCHOLOGICAL COUNSELING. Graduate PROGRAMS

Master of Science. MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELING Master of Arts PSYCHOLOGICAL COUNSELING. Graduate PROGRAMS Master of Science MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELING Master of Arts PSYCHOLOGICAL COUNSELING Graduate PROGRAMS The Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling is accredited by the Council for Accreditation of

More information

CURRICULUM VITAE. EDWIN A. ROSENBERG, Ph.D. EDUCATION: B.A. 1962; M.A. 1965; Ph.D. 1971; Hofstra University, Hempstead, N.Y.

CURRICULUM VITAE. EDWIN A. ROSENBERG, Ph.D. EDUCATION: B.A. 1962; M.A. 1965; Ph.D. 1971; Hofstra University, Hempstead, N.Y. CURRICULUM VITAE EDWIN A. ROSENBERG, Ph.D. OFFICE: 25 Franklin Place Summit, NJ 07901 (908) 277-3060 Fax (908) 277-2381 EDUCATION: B.A. 1962; M.A. 1965; Ph.D. 1971; Hofstra University, Hempstead, N.Y.

More information

Substance Abuse Treatment Guide for Utah County

Substance Abuse Treatment Guide for Utah County Substance Abuse Treatment Guide for Utah County Detoxification/Stabilization Facilities Detoxification/Stabilization facilities for all ages Addiction and Psychological Services 224 North Orem Blvd, Orem

More information

WITH OVER 20 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE, Unity Chemical Dependency is the Rochester area s most experienced and comprehensive treatment provider.

WITH OVER 20 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE, Unity Chemical Dependency is the Rochester area s most experienced and comprehensive treatment provider. WITH OVER 20 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE, Unity Chemical Dependency is the Rochester area s most experienced and comprehensive treatment provider. Our highly trained and dedicated team of counselors and physicians

More information

ATLANTIC CAPE COMMUNITY COLLEGE

ATLANTIC CAPE COMMUNITY COLLEGE ATLANTIC CAPE COMMUNITY COLLEGE A.S. CP: Science & Math Science & Mathematics 309999 BERGEN COMMUNITY COLLEGE A.A.S. CP: Engineering & Technology Electronics Technology 150399 A.A.S. CP: Engineering &

More information

Wellness Programs within the Community

Wellness Programs within the Community Wellness Programs within the Community These programs are not facilitated nor developed by the Chapter or the National MS Society. This list is provided to you as a courtesy. To learn details of any of

More information

Juvenile Justice System Community Based & Residential Programs

Juvenile Justice System Community Based & Residential Programs Juvenile Justice System Community Based & Residential Programs Green Residential Community Home Population: Males ages 13-16, maximum capacity 32 Services Provided: Located in Ringwood, New Jersey, this

More information

Information on SNAP and DSNAP for those impacted by Hurricane Sandy

Information on SNAP and DSNAP for those impacted by Hurricane Sandy Information on SNAP and DSNAP for those impacted by Hurricane Sandy Those who were enrolled in NJ SNAP (formerly known as Food Stamps) before the storm, can receive assistance through the SNAP Program

More information

Retirement Checklist ABP. A pre-retirement checklist for employees in the Alternate Benefits Plan

Retirement Checklist ABP. A pre-retirement checklist for employees in the Alternate Benefits Plan Retirement Checklist ABP A pre-retirement checklist for employees in the Alternate Benefits Plan This checklist applies to employees enrolled with the following providers that are authorized to offer annuity

More information

Hotlines Athens County Children's Services Crisis Line Mon-Fri: 740-592-3061; Weekends, holidays, after hours: 877-477-0772

Hotlines Athens County Children's Services Crisis Line Mon-Fri: 740-592-3061; Weekends, holidays, after hours: 877-477-0772 2015 Healthcare Resource Guide Mental Health Programs and Substance Abuse Services Prepared by United Appeal for Athens County 2-1-1 Give help. Get Help. Call 2-1-1 or visit www.211athenscounty.org for

More information

APPENDIX D SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT FACILITIES

APPENDIX D SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT FACILITIES APPENDIX D FACILITY Manhattan SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT FACILITIES ADDRESS/PHONE SERVICES Beth Israel Stuyvesant Square Chemical Dependency Bernstein Pavilion 1-9 Nathan D. Perlman Place New York, NY 10003

More information

CURRICULUM VITAE. EDWIN A. ROSENBERG, Ph.D. NJ License: 35SI00095200. EDUCATION: B.A. 1962; M.A. 1965; Ph.D. 1971; Hofstra University, Hempstead, N.Y.

CURRICULUM VITAE. EDWIN A. ROSENBERG, Ph.D. NJ License: 35SI00095200. EDUCATION: B.A. 1962; M.A. 1965; Ph.D. 1971; Hofstra University, Hempstead, N.Y. CURRICULUM VITAE EDWIN A. ROSENBERG, Ph.D. NJ License: 35SI00095200 OFFICE: 25 Franklin Place Summit, NJ 07901 (908) 277-3060 Fax (908) 277-2381 EDUCATION: B.A. 1962; M.A. 1965; Ph.D. 1971; Hofstra University,

More information

Substance Abuse Treatment Guide for Utah County

Substance Abuse Treatment Guide for Utah County Substance Abuse Treatment Guide for Utah County Updated September, 2010 Detoxification/Stabilization Facilities Detoxification/Stabilization facilities for all ages Addiction and Psychological Services

More information

COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES

COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES (Adult Mental Health Initiative) Ramsey & Washington Information gathered by: MN. State Advisory Council on Mental Health 17-25 Year Old Committee Mental Health Services

More information

NEW JERSEY DIVISION OF TAXATION REGULATORY SERVICES BRANCH TECHNICAL BULLETIN

NEW JERSEY DIVISION OF TAXATION REGULATORY SERVICES BRANCH TECHNICAL BULLETIN NEW JERSEY DIVISION OF TAXATION REGULATORY SERVICES BRANCH TECHNICAL BULLETIN TB - 56 ISSUED: 9-8-05 TAX: TOPIC: GROSS INCOME TAX HEALTH ENTERPRISE ZONES Effective for taxable years of practices beginning

More information

MDS: SUBSTANCE ABUSE/ADDICTION COUNSELORS. Demographics. Education &Training

MDS: SUBSTANCE ABUSE/ADDICTION COUNSELORS. Demographics. Education &Training MDS: SUBSTANCE ABUSE/ADDICTION COUNSELORS Demographics Year 1. Birth date 2. Sex: O Male O Female 3. Race/Ethnicity (mark one or more boxes) O American Indian or Alaska Native O Black or African American

More information

News Release. New Jersey s High School Students Get a Head Start on College

News Release. New Jersey s High School Students Get a Head Start on College News Release Contact: Jacob C. Farbman, (609) 392-3434 or (856) 802-0129 Date: July 5, 2005 For Immediate Release New Jersey s High School Students Get a Head Start on College Editor Please Note: Attached

More information

Higher Education Component New Jersey Economic Stimulus Act of 2009 A4048/S2299SCS (Roberts/Coutinho/Diegnan/Wisniewski/Lesniak)

Higher Education Component New Jersey Economic Stimulus Act of 2009 A4048/S2299SCS (Roberts/Coutinho/Diegnan/Wisniewski/Lesniak) Higher Education Component New Jersey Economic Stimulus Act of 2009 A4048/S2299SCS (Roberts/Coutinho/Diegnan/Wisniewski/Lesniak) The New Jersey Economic Stimulus Act of 2009, P.L. 2009, c. 90, makes various

More information

Programs and Services. Central Texas Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse

Programs and Services. Central Texas Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Programs and Services Central Texas Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse CTCADA Goals To reduce the harm caused by substance abuse in our communities To mobilize communities to implement prevention and

More information

Master of SOCIAL WORK. Graduate PROGRAMS

Master of SOCIAL WORK. Graduate PROGRAMS Master of SOCIAL WORK Graduate PROGRAMS The Master of Social Work program at Monmouth University prepares its graduates for professional social work practice. The program strives to educate students to

More information

Account Balance. Adding/ Removing/Updating Users and their Privileges. Index of FAQ Topics

Account Balance. Adding/ Removing/Updating Users and their Privileges. Index of FAQ Topics Index of FAQ Topics Account Balance Adding/ Removing/Updating Users and their Privileges Transaction Inquiries Changing the Administrator of the account Closing an Account Contact Information - Support

More information

Hours: Monday Friday, 8 AM to 5 PM. Evening hours available at all sites.

Hours: Monday Friday, 8 AM to 5 PM. Evening hours available at all sites. Chestnut Health Systems Inc. 50 Northgate Industrial Drive Granite City, Il 62040 Phone: 618. 877.4420 Crisis hotline: 618.877.0316 www.chestnut.org Contact: Susan Taylor staylor@chestnut.org 618.877.4420

More information

All Saints. Personal Counseling Resources Guide. Episcopal Church & Day School. Pray. Learn. Serve. Connect.

All Saints. Personal Counseling Resources Guide. Episcopal Church & Day School. Pray. Learn. Serve. Connect. All Saints Episcopal Church & Day School Pray. Learn. Serve. Connect. Personal Counseling Resources Guide Patrice Al-Shatti, MSW All Saints Health Ministries 6300 North Central Avenue, Phoenix AZ 85012

More information