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Bullying is a challenge for many students but grieving children and youth are more likely to be bullied or become a bully. The "Bullies to Buddies" method fosters resilience by teaching students how to respond to verbal aggression.
Imagine has received a grant of $25,000 from the Merck Foundation for the expansion of their bereavement support programs.
Imagine peer support groups are available for New Jersey children and families coping with loss due to death or illness. Support groups are facilitated by trained adult volunteers who attend a 4-day training and ongoing continuing education programs.
Imagina un mundo donde el dolor de una muerte se transforma en empatía y compasión. Imagina un mundo donde niños y familias que se enfrentan con una perdida crecen emocionalmente sanos y capaces de vivir vidas significativas y productivas. Esta es la visión de Imagine, Un Centro de Apoyo para el Duelo.
Imagine Adult Volunteer Facilitators and Teen Volunteer Facilitators were the recipients this year of the New Jersey State Governor’s Jefferson Award in the Adult Volunteer Group Award category and the Youth Volunteer Group Award category.
Nearly 350 guests attended Imagine's 7th annual breakfast fundraiser, Seasons of Hope, on June 6th, 2018 at Shackamaxon Country Club in Scotch Plains.
Imagine, a Center for Coping with Loss is pleased to announce Alan Lieber, President of Overlook Medical Center, part of Atlantic Health System, has joined the Imagine Leadership Council, comprised of business and community leaders, both locally and nationally, who are willing to serve as passionate advocates on behalf of grieving children and teens.
This conference will address the many issues children and families deal with when experiencing a trauma. Please join researchers and practitioners in the field for an invigorating, educational day.
Imagine is currently seeking a Development Intern to join our team. If you would like to be part of a great organization doing amazing things, send us your resume. The Development Intern position is an opportunity to build your development skills and gain experience in a nonprofit environment while providing support to a small development team.
On Wednesday, May 30, from Noon to 1 pm at The Academy of Clinical and Applied Psychoanalysis located at 301 S. Livingston Avenue in Livingston, a workshop on Loss, Grief, Mourning and Complicated Grief will be offered.