The Center partners with grant-funded organizations such as Rutgers and CARES to provide free overdose prevention trainings and distribute free Narcan kits. The training covers overdose prevention strategies, including how to recognize the signs and symptoms of an overdose, how to administer Narcan and local recovery support resources.
Group for Morris County youth. Group topics include: coping skills, self injurious behaviors, anxiety,
depression, social media challenges, and communication skills.
Project Self-Sufficiency is seeking donations of new and gently-used formal wear, including prom dresses, bridesmaids’ dresses, gowns for mothers-of-the-bride, evening bags, jewelry, wraps and shawls, as well as shoes in good condition for display in the agency’s annual “Sister-to-Sister” Prom Shop.
Pathways for Exceptional Children has programs for children of all abilities ages 3-21.
Registration for programs is now through Montville Recreation.
The State of New Jersey has contracted with PerformCare to administer the publicly-funded developmental disability service delivery system for children up to age 21. This transition is a result of the state government restructuring initiated by Governor Christie which moved the responsibility for providing services to children with developmental disabilities from the Department of Human Services' Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD) to the Department of Children and Families' Children's System of Care (CSOC).
We are currently accepting applications for Care Managers.