Monmouth County ACTS

Search Results for: financial recovery initiative

Monmouth ACTS Financial Recovery Initiative connects residents to county resources

CentralJersey.com The  COVID-19 pandemic has caused additional pressure for families facing challenges with employment, childcare, housing and more – many of whom are dealing with these challenges for the first time. Monmouth County residents who are feeling the financial strain are encouraged to turn to the Monmouth ACTS Financial Recovery Initiative (FRI) for help, according to a press release from the county. Launched in 2020 by the Monmouth County Board of County Commissioners, FRI is part of Monmouth ACTS, a public-private partnership that brings together county employees and community partners, and the work of its existing Financial Empowerment Hub which provides financial guidance and support, according to the press release. Read more here.
Read More

Monmouth ACTS Financial Recovery Initiative Connects Residents to County Resources

FREEHOLD, NJ – The  COVID-19 pandemic has caused additional pressure for families facing challenges with employment, childcare, housing and more – many of whom are dealing with these challenges for the first time. Monmouth County residents who are feeling the financial strain are encouraged to turn to the Monmouth ACTS Financial Recovery Initiative (FRI) for help. Launched last year by the Monmouth County Board of County Commissioners, FRI is part of Monmouth ACTS, a unique public/private partnership that brings together county employees and community partners, and the work of its existing Financial Empowerment Hub which provides financial guidance and support. Monmouth ACTS has been there throughout the pandemic to assist families with various needs. Now, with the growing need for services due to financial strains caused by the pandemic, FRI…
Read More

Freeholders provide COVID-19 updates, announce Financial Recovery Initiative

FREEHOLD, NJ – On behalf of the Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders, Freeholder Director Thomas A. Arnone and Freeholder Deputy Director Susan M. Kiley provided updates on COVID-19 and announced the launch of the Monmouth ACTS Financial Recovery Initiative (FRI) at a press conference held today. “To date, the total number of positive COVID-19 cases in Monmouth County since March is 11,915,” said Freeholder Director Arnone. “Monmouth County COVID cases have recently increased in young adults who are experiencing mild symptoms.” Freeholder Director Arnone also gave an update about the Monmouth County CARES Economic Assistance Grant Program.  “We have approved and dispersed more than $14.1 million,” said Freeholder Director Arnone. “We still have more than $6 million available, so we are urging small business owners to submit an application.…
Read More

Monmouth ACTS Launches Financial Recovery Initiative, Freeholder Deputy Director Sue Kiley to Lead

TAPinto Middletown Monmouth ACTS (Assisting Community Through Services) officially launched the Financial Recovery Initiative to help support the financial needs of Monmouth County residents impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic... The financial impact of the pandemic has been devastating to businesses and residents throughout Monmouth County.  Freeholder Director Thomas Arnone and the Division of Economic Development initiated efforts to help support businesses of all sizes affected by COVID-19. To ensure the financial needs of Monmouth County residents impacted by the virus are also being met, Freeholder Deputy Director Susan M. Kiley will head-up the County’s financial recovery effort for residents. “Residents have been hit hard by COVID-19 - from loss of employment and income to food insecurity and more,” said Freeholder Deputy Director Kiley, liaison to the County’s health and human services departments. “We’re also…
Read More

Monmouth ACTS Launches Financial Recovery Initiative

Task Force Members Announced Today, Monmouth ACTS (Assisting Community Through Services) officially launched the Financial Recovery Initiative to help support the financial needs of Monmouth County residents impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Recognizing that the financial impact of the pandemic was going to be devastating to businesses and residents throughout the County, Freeholder Director Thomas Arnone and the Division of Economic Development initiated efforts to help support businesses of all sizes affected by COVID-19. To ensure the financial needs of Monmouth County residents impacted by the virus are also being met, Freeholder Director Arnone tasked Freeholder Deputy Director Susan M. Kiley with heading up the County’s financial recovery effort for residents. “Residents have been hit hard by COVID-19 - from loss of employment and income to food insecurity and more,”…
Read More

No Stigma Network 13th Anniversary and 7th Annual Meeting

No Stigma Network 13th Anniversary and 7th Annual Meeting. Wednesday, November 2, 2022 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Manalapan No Stigma Network cordially invites you to join us as we celebrate our 13th Anniversary and 7th Annual Meeting. You will have the opportunity to meet and hear our distinguished guest speakers. The meeting will be held on Wednesday, November 2nd from 7:00-9:00 pm at St. Gabriel’s Church in Manalapan, New Jersey. Furthermore, you will meet the fabulous NSN Board of Directors who continue to volunteer passionately their time, talent, and skills to guide and grow NSN's mission and vision; hear testimonials from our fearless survivors, and cheer our awesome award recipients as we honor them for their support and dedication to NSN. Light refreshments will be served. Guest Speakers: New Jersey State Senator Vin Gopal and Tyler J. Breaux, Coordinator,…
Read More

Monmouth ACTS Announces Next Phase to Better Meet Residents’ Needs

Initiative introduces new features including dedicated phone line to connect residents with services FREEHOLD, NJ – Leadership from Monmouth ACTS (Assisting Community Through Services) - a public-private partnership initiated by the Monmouth County Commissioners in 2018 - announced its next phase to better serve, communicate with and respond to residents at a recent retreat. The new phase builds upon Monmouth ACTS’ success in connecting residents to human services within Monmouth County. With a focus on resident voice, the new iteration establishes guiding values that will inform all phases of service planning, implementation and evaluation. It will include: consistent resident and community voice in every step of the processfocus on family supports and preventionassisting communities through organized systems of servicebuilding resilient communities utilizing trauma-informed practicesbuilding systems and responses which promote racial…
Read More

Monmouth County commissioners honored with Beacon of Heroes Award

CentralJersey.com The Monmouth County Board of County Commissioners has been honored with the Beacon of Heroes award by the Monmouth Regional Chamber of Commerce for its community enrichment through service, leadership and achievement, in particular, focusing on those who were working to combat the COVID-19 pandemic. “It is a tremendous honor to receive this award. On behalf of my fellow commissioners, I want to thank the Monmouth County Regional Chamber of Commerce for selecting us,” Commissioner Director Thomas A. Arnone was quoted as saying in a press release... “We are proud to have launched initiatives including the Monmouth ACTS Financial Recovery Initiative, which was created to educate and communicate financial programs and services available to Monmouth County residents who are facing financial hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic,” Commissioner Nick…
Read More

Starting Today: Monmouth County Offices Open to Public by Appointment Only

TAPinto Belmar/Lake Como During [a] press conference, Freeholder Deputy Director Susan Kiley announced the launch of the Financial Recovery Initiative (FRI) to help support the financial needs of Monmouth County residents impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Established through Monmouth ACTS (Assisting Community Through Services) and its Financial Empowerment Hub, the initiative includes a clearinghouse that will provide residents with access to information about public-private programs and benefits that are available through its anchor organizations. “Residents have been hit hard by COVID-19 - from loss of employment and income to food insecurity and more,” said Kiley, liaison to the county’s health and human services departments. “We’re also seeing a whole new group of residents who have traditionally been self sufficient but now find themselves in need of public resources, guidance and…
Read More