Officials Streamlining Human Services With Monmouth County ACTS

Jersey Shore Online July 3, 2019 In an effort to better, and more efficiently, meet the needs of residents, Monmouth County recently launched its Monmouth ACTS program. Monmouth ACTS stands for “Assisting Community Through Services.” In collaboration with the Human Services Advisory Council as well as local non-profit organizations, county officials created Monmouth ACTS as a way to enhance access to human services resources, such as those for addiction, mental health, and homelessness. Read more here.
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Monmouth County Partners with Local Non-Profit Organizations to Launch a New Public-Private Initiative

Monmouth ACTS will enhance access to County residents’ human service and behavioral health needs Freeholder Director Thomas A. Arnone; Teri O’Connor, Monmouth County Administrator; Christine Hanlon, Monmouth County Clerk; Freeholder Susan M. Kiley; Ginger Mulligan, Vice Chair, Human Services Advisory Council; Mary Pat Angelini, Chair, Human Services Advisory Council; Shaun Golden, Monmouth County Sheriff; and Freeholder Gerry P. Scharfenberger, Ph.D. at the launch of Monmouth ACTS. FREEHOLD, NJ – Monmouth County, together with the Human Services Advisory Council and non-profit service organizations across the County, has launched Monmouth ACTS (Assisting Community Through Services), a public-private initiative to promote and enhance…
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