our programming

ALL PROGRAMS AND FAMILY PARTNERSHIPS ARE FREE OF CHARGE 
THANKS TO STATE AND LOCAL GRANTS

Please use the information contained on this page as a guide to understanding our monthly calendar of events. The calendar is posted every 16th of the month on the “calendar” page, and on www.facebook.com/HCFSC

 

Partnerships: (for families and individuals)

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You can schedule an appointment with one of our Family Partners to discuss personal matters in a safe, private, and confidential space. Partners serve as life coaches and advocates, guiding you through even the most difficult times. Topics with which they help include, but are not limited to:
  • Family Health
  • Employment Related
  • Housing Related
  • Financial Assistance
  • Mental Health Services
  • Legal Assistance
  • Substance Abuse
  • Child Care
  • Food / Clothing
  • Transportation
  • Home Maintenance/ Repair
  • Domestic Abuse
  • Parenting Concerns
  • Family Communication Issues
  • Monday-Friday

    in Flemington during regular business hours

  • Every Tuesday 9 a.m

    at Frenchtown Presbyterian Church with Penni Trionfo

  • With Carmel Gettings

    At St. Ann's Catholic Church in Hampton. (Times/Dates TBD for Fall 2018)

Please Note:
• Partners dedicate 45 minutes solely to your case
• Appointments must be scheduled in advance with a family partner
• Sessions can be one time, or on-going on a weekly basis, indefinitely
• Please note, due to high demand of partnerships, if you arrive late, family partner reserves right to cancel meeting. Otherwise, time will be deducted from the 45-minute session

To reach a Family Partner Contact the office, or e-mail:
Carmel Gettings, Director & Family Partner —
cgettings@njprevent.com
Claudia Roose, Bilingual Family Partner — croose@njprevent.com
Rachel Pernini, Family Partner — rpernini@njprevent.com
Penni Trionfo, Family Partner and Development, Volunteer & Resource Coordinator — ptrionfo@njprevent.com

Teens & Kids:

First Lego League Jr.

Run in conjunction with Hunterdon Central, we host two teams each fall for 1st & 2nd Graders and 3rd & 4th Graders.  First Lego League is run according to their official yearly program where kids can build lego robotics simultaneously learning about technology and science.

Girl Scouts

Harvest’s own girl scout troop! Junior and Senior meetings held for girls.

Homework Club

A program where high school students assist children grade-school students with homework, projects, and test preparation. Private tutoring is also available.

STEM Robotics

A program run in conjunction with North Hunterdon Rotary Club where kids can build line-following Minecraft Lego Robots that make learning about science, technology, engineering and mathematics for kids, fun!

Summer Day Camps

Camps that last for a ½ day during the summer months. Focusing on science, art, & nature themes.

Teen Coffee House

Drop in for a snack and coffee.  Do homework and socialize with other local teens before homework club starts and stay for homework club to volunteer for the younger students.

Toddler Time

A program where Moms, Dads, & Caregivers are able to meet over a cup of coffee and chat while their children play.

Individuals/Families Born Elsewhere:

Mamas Sin Miedos

Support Group for Hispanic mothers where health, nutrition, family, education, postpartum depression, and relaxation techniques are discussed. Funded by Central Jersey Family Health Consortium for PPD/PMD Educational Services.

Rompecabezas Hermosos

Support Group for parents with Children on the autism spectrum. Support managing stress, positive parenting, story sharing, and postpartum depression.

Family Assistance:

Free Winter Wear

Free coats, hats, & scarves provided to community members in need during the winter months.

HFSC Thrift Store

New and Gently Used Practical Items for Sale in our Thrift Store.  Items are priced between $1-$5, open Monday – Friday 9am-5pm

Super Undie Sunday

Hosted by Clinton United Methodist Church.  Donated undergarments and socks are provided to our families who are in need.

The Supper Club

Volunteers provide meals for families one night a week. Must be signed up in advanced with a family partner.

Veggiepalooza

Families can shop for seasonal veggies & produce provided by local farms.  Includes nutrition classes and promotes healthy family habits.  Supporting farms include Grow-A-Row, Rolling Harvest Food Rescue, Valley Crest Educational Farm.

Women's Support Groups:

Life Skills Program

Unifying families program for teaching assorted skills for managing your life in today’s world.

WOWSA

Women Offering Women Support…Always!  A women’s support group that offers dinner and instructors for crocheting, knitting, & other handcrafting.

Special Needs Community:

Movie Night

Special Needs Social Program.  Run through a collaboration between Harvest and Hunterdon Central High School.

Workplace Readiness

Super Seniors from Hunterdon Central may join in the fun of skill building tasks aimed at increasing marketable skills.

Community Outreach:

Frenchtown CS&O

Frenchtown Community Service & Outreach is offering office hours and programming at Frenchtown Presbyterian Church to support the local community.

Girl Scouts

Harvest’s own girl scout troop! Junior and Senior meetings held for girls.

Healthy Disposal of Rx Drugs

A program educating the community about proper disposal of your prescription drugs and locations of disposal sites for these drugs.

HIOC

Hunterdon County Faith Community coming together to fill the financial gaps for families in need.

Identity Theft

A program geared toward the education and prevention of Identity Theft.

PAB

Parental Advisory Board- Members join together to discuss the Family Success Center, our events, needs and direction to strengthen our Community and its members.

Parenting Programs:

Annual Parenting Conference

A Yearly Parenting Conference packed with educational family material covering a variety of topics such as nutrition, home economics, and family activities. And lots of door prizes too!

Anxiety in Youth

A program designed to teach parents and caregivers how to deal with their children’s anxiety issues and learn tools for managing stress that they can teach to their children.

Co-Parenting

A program for parents that may not live together or have remarried with a goal of gaining equal responsibility and care of the children as a cohesive team.

Positive Parenting

Positive Parenting is 6 to 8 week program for families referred to us by DCPP, the court, or on a voluntary basis. A wonderful opportunity to strengthen your understanding of child and teen development as well as learn communication strategies.

SHEP

Supervised Healthy Environment for Parenting classes.

Strengthening Families

A family skills training program designed to increase resilience and reduce risk factors for substance abuse, depression, violence & aggression, delinquency in children/young adults.

Health & Wellness:

AA Meetings

Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings in our safe, alcohol and drug free environment.

Anxiety in Youth

A program designed to teach parents and caregivers how to deal with their children’s anxiety issues and learn tools for managing stress that they can teach to their children.

Cancer Assessments

NJ CEED discusses your risks and offers ideas to combat cancer.  Taught by Hunterdon Medical Center.

Harvest Walking Club

Walking is great exercise!  Weather permitting, we will walk around town.  Go at your own pace!

Recovery Center

Offering numerous programs in our safe, alcohol, drug, and smoke free center.  Come in for a program or just come in to hang out and chat.

Rompecabezas Hermosos

Support Group for parents with Children on the autism spectrum. Support managing stress, positive parenting, story sharing, and postpartum depression.

Veggiepalooza

Families can shop for seasonal veggies & produce provided by local farms.  Includes nutrition classes and promotes healthy family habits.  Supporting farms include Grow-A-Row, Rolling Harvest Food Rescue, Valley Crest Educational Farm.

You Are Not Alone

For substance abuse affected families.  Connect with other families who are facing similar issues in a compassionate & supportive environment.  Learn tools to become a more effective advocate for your loved one.