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  • Helping Clients Lead Fuller Lives

    November 15, 2017News

    Tyshon Woods is an inspiration to everyone who knows him. Born with multiple developmental disabilities and raised in the foster care system from the age of five, Tyshon overcame numerous challenges to become the person he is today, a confidant high school graduate with a reliable job, stable living environment and an unabashed enthusiasm for

  • Holiday Shopping to Benefit FCS

    November 1, 2017News

    Mark your calendar for Thursday, November 16, 2017 and please join us at J.Crew in The Grove in Shrewsbury for a special holiday shopping event to benefit FCS!  For one day only, Thursday, November 16th, from 11 am until 8 pm, you, your family and friends will enjoy an exclusive 20% off your purchases of

  • Sponsor a Family for Operation Sleighbells

    October 18, 2017News

    With the holidays fast approaching, FCS is asking for your help in granting the holiday wishes of nearly 2,000 area children in need. The agency is collecting donations of new children’s coats, hats, gloves, toys, books, gift cards and infant necessities through Wednesday, December 13th for its holiday giving program, Operation Sleighbells. “Our agency was

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  • The Season of Giving

    As we celebrate the holiday season, please consider those in our community who struggle daily with physical, mental or developmental challenges and often lack the financial and educational resources to get the help they desperately need. Some have no reliable family to count on for help. Many have been caregivers who are now unable to

  • Services to Keep you Safe at Home

    More than 100 caregivers and their family members turned out for the eighth annual Caregiver Retreat on Saturday, October 28, at the Sheraton Hotel in Eatontown. Hosted by Monmouth County’s Office on Aging, the event featured nearly two dozen local care providers who offered information and advice about the various social services to help seniors

  • Leaders in the Field of Aging

    Samantha White, FCS Director of Volunteer Services, was recently named a 2017 “Leader of Distinction in the Field of Aging” by SCAN, the Social Community Activities Network, an organization which provides activities and resources for those over age 50 in Monmouth and Ocean Counties. Samantha, who directs our in-school RSVP (Retired and Senior Volunteer Program)

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Family & Children's Service
191 Bath Avenue
Long Branch, NJ 07740
Phone: 732-222-9111
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