• BARNEGAT C.A.R.E.S

     

     

    The Character Trait for September and October is:

    RESPECT

     

    We encourage you to discuss the meaning of the character trait with your child as often as possible during the month(s).

    Respect Definition:

    *showing high regard for self, others, the community, and  property

     Activity for Students

    Are You a Respectful Person?

             Take this self-evaluation and find out! 

    True/False

    __ I treat other people the way I want to be treated.

    __ I am considerate of other people.

    __ I treat people with civility, courtesy, and dignity.

    __ I work to solve problems without violence.

    __ I never intentionally ridicule, embarrass or hurt other people.

     

    I think I am/am not a respectful person because…

    What I can do to become a more respectful person…

    This activity may be useful as a Do Now.

     Don't Forget... We will be looking for Students who are Upstanders!!

     

    The Barnegat C.A.R.E.S. student of the month should be a child who had demonstrated exemplary respect for themselves, others, property, and the community for the months of September and October.

     

    See Below for Additional Resources

    Additional Cyberbullying Resources can be found here.

    2nd Floor, NJ Youth Helpline 
    P: 1-888-222-2228     
    W: http://2ndfloor.org/

    2nd Floor is a confidential and anonymous helpline for New Jersey's youth and young adults. We are here to help you find solutions to the problems that you face at home, at school and in your social life.  


    CONTACT of Ocean/Monmouth County
    P: 732-240-6100 or 609-639-5834
    W: http://contactoceanmonmouth.org/

    CONTACT of Ocean & Monmouth Counties, a non-profit, charitable organization, provides trained telephone listeners who respond to human needs 24 hours every day. This volunteer based organization offers free confidential crisis intervention, information on available resources, and referral to community services.


    Family Crisis Intervention Unit

    P: 732-240-3638
    The Family Crisis Intervention Unit is a county funded program within Harbor House, offering free counseling and case management services to Ocean County residents. Our counselors are trained and qualified to intervene in family crises, working with juveniles ages 10 to 18 years old and their families. At the Family Crisis Intervention Unit we aim to divert cases involving juvenile family crises from the courts by providing our families with the counseling, case management, and referral assistance needed to stabilize the immediate family crisis. Our counselors work to maintain a network of services and county agencies including police, schools, physicians, substance abuse services, and other juvenile agencies to coordinate services for our families.


    Mobile Response

    P: 877-652-7624
    Children's Mobile Response and Stabilization Services (CMRSS) is a state program that is available in every county. In Ocean County, CMRSS is administered by Preferred Children's Services. CMRSS is an outreach service for families with children who are experiencing urgent behavioral health issues that threaten their stability in the community. CMRSS responds to the family within 1 hour of the call for help to provide immediate de-escalation and assessment. CMRSS can remain involved for up to eight weeks to provide direct support services and linkage to other needed resources.


    NJ Hopeline 
     
    P: 1-855-654-6735
    W: http://njhopeline.com/ 
    NJ Hopeline is the first New Jersey SUICIDE PREVENTION HOTLINE. It is committed to providing assistance 24/7/365 to any caller.


    Perform Care 
    P: 1-877-652-7624

    For help receiving adolescent services for all issues (including substance abuse) Perform Care 24/7.

    To access services/resources The Adolescent Resource Guide  issued by the Ocean County Health Dept.  can be downloaded from their website;  http://www.ochd.org and click on Resources Tab
     
    For a very comprehensive agency list, visit http://OceanResourceNet.Org and click on the "Resources" tab.
     

    Society for the Prevention of Teen Suicide -Important information for parents: http://www.sptsusa.org/parents/

    For psychiatric emergencies, you may:
    Call PESS 
    (866-904-4474); 
    Call 911; 
    or go to the nearest hospital.