Happy Fathers Day!
Here are some links in honor of Dads!
Here are some links in honor of Dads!
Muffins for Dad 9am-11am
Enjoy a muffin & coffee at the center or grab one to go! Breakfast on us!
Family Time: Fathers Day Edition!
Come make a craft for Dad!
June 16, 2016 11:00-12:00am
Learn about natural ways to treat immune, digestive, sleep, hormonal and structural disorders as well as childhood ailments and diabetes. Present by Dr. Howard Werfel.
What we are seeking is Harmony, Balance, Health, Wealth and Freedom from Worry.
We have the answer for you in one free seminar presented by The Center for Self -Development. Learn 4 easy to apply fundamental principles. You will gain a clear understanding of why life has been such a struggle and what has been missing to achieve your goals and dreams. Apply these principles on a regular basis and greatly improve your relationships, create better health, increase effectiveness in all areas of life and have a high self-esteem
Join us to Learn 4 Easy to Apply Fundamental Principles & Watch Your Life Transform!
Enrollment Period is Monday June 13, 2016 at 9:00 a.m. to Friday June 17, 2016 at 5:00 p.m.
The HCV Program is a federally funded program that provides housing subsidies on behalf of low-income persons for decent, safe and sanitary housing. Persons applying must meet all of the US Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD) income and eligibility requirements. Pre-applications for housing assistance will be accepted from very low-income individuals and households based on the income limits established by HUD. You must be eighteen (18) years of age or older to apply, or an emancipated minor. Only one (1) pre-application per household per county will be accepted.
Maximum Income Limits: Your total household income cannot exceed the limits shown on the income charts for the County in which you are applying. Be sure to use the figure for the size of your household. The chart only goes up to 8 household members. If you have a larger household, please contact DCA at 609-292-2528 for assistance in determining the maximum income limits for your household.
The income chart shows income limits that are in effect now. HUD routinely adjusts income limits on an annual basis which could affect your eligibility in the future.
Pre-applications will be accepted ONLINE only. The open enrollment period is Monday, June 13, 2016 at 9:00 a.m. to Friday, June 17, 2016 at 5:00 p.m. Eastern Time. Because pre-applications will be selected through a lottery process, it does not matter when you submit your pre-application as long as you do it during the open enrollment period. Every pre-application submitted during the open enrollment period has a chance of being selected during the lottery.
Use the https://www.waitlistcheck.com/NJ559 to apply online. Pre-applications can only be made online. Submission of a pre-application does not guarantee placement on any waiting list. Only one pre-application per household per county will be accepted. Duplicate pre-applications per county will be rejected. Paper applications will not be distributed or accepted.
Pre-applications can be submitted ONLINE with the use of a personal computer, laptop, smart phone, or tablet. NO pre-applications will be accepted at the Housing Authority office.
Names, social security numbers, birthdates and income information for individuals living in the household. An email address is required. If you do not have one, the application process will allow you to create one. If you need assistance in another language, Google Translate will assist you during the pre-application process.
The Department of Community Affairs (DCA) will extend reasonable accommodations to disabled individuals on a case-by-case basis and will take into consideration the disability and the need(s) of the individuals. If you require a reasonable accommodation, please contact DCA at 609-292-4080 and select Option 1 or 8 from the Menu.
The waiting list placement will be based on a computerized selection (lottery) process. Once the wait list open enrollment period ends, pre-applications will be selected to be placed on the wait list after sorting preferences. Submission of a pre-application does not guarantee placement on the wait list, eligibility, or an offer of a Housing Choice Voucher.
A Screening of tenant’s background history including criminal background checks will be conducted during the eligibility interview process for all adult household members requesting housing assistance.
Please visit https://www.waitlistcheck.com on or after June 24, 2016 to obtain verification if you were selected for the waiting list. Those who were selected will show a status of “Active.” Those who were not selected will show a status of “Inactive.”
With summer approaching many families are getting ready for vacations and staycations. Check out the links below for some money saving hacks to help your budget and ease your stress.
You don’t have to go far away to relax. With these five tips, you’ll be antsy for a staycation.
A video on how to pack clothes- without creases- for vacation! Save room in your luggage and save money by checking less bags!
Moneytalksnews.com shares some money saving hacks. Make your food last with a few simple tricks!
Upper Passaic County Fatherhood Project presents Fishful Thinking. Join Us for a day of fishing and a picnic at Waywayanda State Park. Anyone over 16 must have a fishing license. Bring your own pole (we will have extras).
PLEASE CALL TO REGISTER (973) 506-6575
Last night felt more like a group of friends sitting around a table and sharing stories than a workshop on toxins in our everyday personal care products. The focus was reducing the amount of chemicals we unknowingly put in and on our body every day with personal care products and processed foods.Talk about eye opening! Pam shared that we are exposed to more chemicals in one day then our grandparents were in a lifetime. We learned how to make toothpaste, body scrubs as well as some simple swaps to reduce our toxic intake with things like vinegar, coconut oil and pure essential oils. My take away was to get back to the basics and go with single ingredient products or make my own when possible. There is more to learn about keeping it natural and we are thrilled to have Pam Jordan as our “go to person” for pointers. Keep an eye out for more classes like this…. Family style.
Stayed tuned for Essential Oils 101 on June 9! Check out our calendar for more details.
Meet other parents and share ideas about resources you would like to see for your children. Free lunch and refreshments will be served. 3rd Wednesday of the month!
For more information, please contact
Inge Spungen at 973-279-8900 Ext 202, firstname.lastname@example.org
Cesar Gomez at 973-962-0055, email@example.com
Lunch will be provided. Please let us know if you need childcare.