Therapeutic Gaming Telehealth Group

Role-Play helps us assimilate information we’ve learned, test new ways of behaving before using them in real life, hone our social skills, and boost our creative problem-solving abilities.

 

Join our facilitator Luke Morsa for his therapeutic gaming telehealth group via Zoom in which the group will collaborate in a Dungeons & Dragons adventure for approximately 7 weekly 2-hour sessions. Fridays at 5 pm starting June 4st.

This group is for ages 15-21 and is especially suggested for adolescents experiencing anxiety, low self-esteem, and problems finding their role in social situations.

 

Please reach out via lmorsa@alliesincaring.org if you or your child is interested in joining the group. No materials are needed. Just bring your imagination!

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Allies in Caring Free Counseling at Con-Vivir Wellness Hub

If you are concerned about your mental health or the mental health of someone you love, we can help. During Covid-19, Allies in Caring offers Free* Counseling every Wednesday from 12 pm to 4 pm at Con-Vivir Wellness Hub, 100 S Second St, Hammonton, NJ. We will be closed on May 5, 2021.

 

For more information, call 609 878 2007 or write to aprice@alliesincaring.org

 

Appointments and walk-ins are available. To make an appointment, click here.

 

*The first two sessions are free. Completely confidential.

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Free Counseling Helpline

If you are concerned about your mental health or the mental health of someone you love, we can help. Our Free Counseling helpline offers telephone counseling, emotional support, information and assistance. Call us to (609) 878-2007, Monday to Friday, from 9 am to 5 pm.

 

This service is available in English, Spanish, and American Sign Language. If you call after-hours, your call will be answered by a voicemail. Calls will be returned within 48 hours. You could also send us an email to help@alliesincaring.org 

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Erb’s Palsy

The Birth Injury Justice Center is dedicated to supporting children and families who have been affected by disabilities caused at birth. Erb's palsy leaves a child with nerve damage, tearing, and even paralysis in severe instances.

 

In most cases, these can be cured with proper treatment and care. This organization strives to provide answers and guidance to ensure that families receive the assistance they need to help improve their overall quality of life. 

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Support Group for Youths with ASD during the COVID-19 Crisis

Do you have youths with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)? Allies in Caring now offers a support group online for youths ages 13-21 with ASD during the COVID-19 crisis.

We meet weekly on Wednesdays, from 6-8 pm EST through Zoom. Teens can join using their computers or phones.  Contact lmorsa@alliesincaring.org to sign up.

The group will focus on social skills, expressing emotions, career development, and general mental health. This service is entirely free and confidential.

Online support groups are a safe space for teens to connect with peers, share their feelings and experiences during this crisis, and learn healthy coping strategies. Don't miss out on this opportunity to support your adolescent mental health.

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Browse Food Resources

Locate food pantries, soup kitchens and other resources for you and your family here.

 

If you need additional food assistance, the Community FoodBank of New Jersey SNAP Outreach team can help you apply or recertify for SNAP benefits. Call their SNAP hotline for assistance over the phone: 800-609-3663. 

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Guidelines for deaf, hard of hearing, and DeafBlind people during the Coronavirus

A coalition of deaf and hard of hearing consumer advocacy organizations, deaf doctors, and other experts worked together to provide special guidelines for deaf, hard of hearing, and DeafBlind people and medical personnel to use during the coronavirus pandemic.

 

Look a the guidelines here. Watch the video here.

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Special Automobile Insurance Policy (SAIP)

The Special Automobile Insurance Policy (SAIP) is an initiative to help make limited auto insurance coverage available to drivers who are eligible for Federal Medicaid with hospitalization.

 

Such drivers can obtain a medical coverage-only policy at a cost of $365 a year.

Learn more here.

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