Do you want a seat at the table where decisions are made that impact your children and family? Do you want to work towards improving the health, safety, and education of children from birth to 8? If so Essex County Council for Young Children is the group for you.
The ECCYC continues to strengthen and expand membership of local community councils in Newark, Orange, East Orange and Irvington & Montclair.
Our goal is for parents in Essex County to feel confident and supported so that their children can grow up happy and safe! Anyone living in Essex County who is expecting a baby or who has a child age 0-8 years can contact us at 973-621-9157 or firstname.lastname@example.org or by texting 313131. Our staff helps connect families to a variety of services through our community partners, like parent support through in-home visits, community groups, and help-lines; help with finding and applying for different types of assistance; educational programs about pregnancy, birth, and raising young children; and parent leadership opportunities. Languages spoken by our staff include English, Spanish, Creole, and Portuguese (limited) and we utilize a language line service whenever needed. Contact us today for assistance or to partner with us to reach more families. Also connect with us on Facebook and Twitter!
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — Authorities in New Jersey say a triple shooting in Newark has claimed the life of one person and sent two others to a hospital. The Essex County prosecutor’s office and Newark public safety officials said the shooting happened at about 5 p.m. Saturday. They said 51-year-old Angel Montanez of Newark was […]
The statement from the Vatican was short on details, but spoke volumes. Solicitation of sex during confession. Abuse of power. And sins with minors and with adults against the Sixth Commandment. It was an indictment against a once-powerful cardinal. With the dramatic defrocking on Saturday of Theodore McCarrick — the one-time archbishop of the Archdiocese […]
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LIVINGSTON, NJ — Hundreds of community members from Livingston and beyond celebrated the Lunar New Year through the township’s annual Livingston Chinese Culture Day (LCCD) 2019, held last weekend at Livingston High School. Four local Chinese community organizations—including the Livingston Huaxia Chinese School, Livingston Chinese Association, Livingston Chinese School and Living Stone Christian Church—have collaborated with […]
PLAINFIELD, NJ – Ms. Cheryl Hills, a Third Grade Teacher at Washington Community School, was named Teacher Who Makes Magic! by Magic 98.3 Radio Station. Students and teachers gathered in the gymnasium today for what they thought was going to be a practice drill, when over the airways in a connection with the radio station, […]