Credit Counseling
Oct
22
10:00 AM10:00

Credit Counseling

WRIC is partnering with BEAL NEVADA BANK to offer one-to-one credit counseling sessions.

Attendees will have the opportunity to meet privately with an advisor about how to “Raise and Repair Credit Scores”.

Fee: 10.00 .

Sessions will take place every other Tuesday morning from 10am -12:15 by appointment only.

To reserve your spot, call Lisa Maurer @ 201 568-1166

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Domestic Violence Awareness Month presentation
Oct
23
1:00 PM13:00

Domestic Violence Awareness Month presentation

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Join us, as a representative from the Bergen County Alternatives to Domestic Violence hosts an informative session on healthy relationships, identifying an abuser, and healthy boundaries.  

Alternatives to Domestic Violence (ADV) is a division of the Bergen County Department of Human Services, which is exclusively devoted to domestic violence intervention and prevention. 

ADV offers a full range of specialized services including:

  • Community education

  • Counseling

  • Court Appearance Preparation

  • Court Accompaniment

  • Crisis Intervention

  • Individual, group, and family counseling

  • Information and referral to other needed services

  • Legal advocacy and assistance

  • Professional training

Spread the word!

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MEDITATION FOR MIND,BODY and SOUL
Oct
24
6:30 PM18:30

MEDITATION FOR MIND,BODY and SOUL

Discover the purpose of meditation to help experience inner peace, reduce stress, and gain  a better sense of well -being.  Learn a simple yet profound technique you can use to dramatically improve your quality of life. 

Class dates:

10/24/19

11/21/19

For more information, call Lisa @ 201 568-1166

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ART THERAPY
Oct
29
1:00 PM13:00

ART THERAPY

Join & Connect with your Inner Wisdom!
Explore themes of empowerment, wellness, and self-care with
creative arts therapy, relaxation, talk, & more.
Share experiences. Learn from one another. Relax. And Have fun!

NO FEE!

REGISTRATION & SCREENING ARE REQUIRED for this 8 week series

Open ONLY to clients who have not previously attended. Closed group - one the series starts, others will not be allowed to join.

Call Lisa Maurer to register - 201 568-1166 

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Credit Counseling
Nov
5
10:00 AM10:00

Credit Counseling

WRIC is partnering with BEAL NEVADA BANK to offer one-to-one credit counseling sessions.

Attendees will have the opportunity to meet privately with an advisor about how to “Raise and Repair Credit Scores”.

Fee: 10.00 .

Sessions will take place every other Tuesday morning from 10am -12:15 by appointment only.

To reserve your spot, call Lisa Maurer @ 201 568-1166

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Ask For Jane @ TIFF
Nov
17
6:00 PM18:00

Ask For Jane @ TIFF

Based on real events Ask for Jane tells the story of a group of young college women who developed an underground abortion network that helped over 11,000 women get illegal abortions in Chicago between 1969 and 1973.

The group that became the “Janes” started with a single woman in her University of Chicago dorm room in the mid-60s quietly providing the phone number of a reliable abortion doctor to anyone who asked for it. The organization grew into a group of women who operated like a spy network, using blindfolds and code names and secret locations to help over 11,000 women receive safe, illegal abortions in Chicago in the years 1969-1973. They even learned to perform abortions themselves.

CLICK HERE to view the movie TRAILER

THE FILM WILL BE SHOWN AT TEMPLE EMETH, Windsor Road, Teaneck.
TALKBACK following the film will include Rachel Carey, director ; Cait Cortelyou, film producer & actress; Heather Booth, one of the original “Janes”; Angela Bonavoglia, award-winning author and journalist on women’s issues

Click HERE for Tickets. For more information call 201 203-1723

WRIC is proud to be a sponsor of this move, one in the line-up of movies at this year’s Teaneck International Film Festival (TIFF). TIFF draws over 3,000 filmgoers each year. Films and talkbacks illustrate what TIFF is about – making untouchable topics part of everyday conversation by addressing racism, oppression, the environment, the LGBTQ community, women’s concerns, immigration -- stories of the little guy whose story is not often heard. With the theme, Activism: Making Change, the festival is an excellent starting point for fostering appreciation of differences, understanding all that we share, and encouraging efforts to help make the world a better place.

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Credit Counseling
Nov
19
10:00 AM10:00

Credit Counseling

WRIC is partnering with BEAL NEVADA BANK to offer one-to-one credit counseling sessions.

Attendees will have the opportunity to meet privately with an advisor about how to “Raise and Repair Credit Scores”.

Fee: 10.00 .

Sessions will take place every other Tuesday morning from 10am -12:15 by appointment only.

To reserve your spot, call Lisa Maurer @ 201 568-1166

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MEDITATION FOR MIND,BODY and SOUL
Nov
21
6:30 PM18:30

MEDITATION FOR MIND,BODY and SOUL

Discover the purpose of meditation to help experience inner peace, reduce stress, and gain  a better sense of well -being.  Learn a simple yet profound technique you can use to dramatically improve your quality of life. 

Class dates:

11/21/19

For more information, call Lisa @ 201 568-1166

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2019 Wine & Chocolate #GivingTuesday Fundraiser
Dec
3
5:30 PM17:30

2019 Wine & Chocolate #GivingTuesday Fundraiser

Join us any time from 5:30 to 8:30 pm for our 7th annual #GivingTuesday fundraiser !

Modiani's Kitchen Showroom
46 S. Dean St, Englewood, NJ  07631
Free Indoor Parking  

 Hors d'oeuvres ~ Desserts
Surprise Bags ~ Demos ~ Photo Ops

Tickets are $30 in advance ($35 at the door)

For Tickets and/or to Sponsor our event, click HERE.

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Liberty Institute Informational Session
Oct
9
1:00 PM13:00

Liberty Institute Informational Session

The mission of Liberty Institute is to provide each student diverse educational opportunities by offering programs in both the Healthcare Field and English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL). They are committed to prepare their students to meet tomorrow’s challenges through education, employment and opportunity.

Career services include unemployment and job search assistance, information on the job market, job readiness, career planning and counseling, program for non-English speakers, financial aid, supportive services and financial literacy.

Liberty Institute is an approved “One Stop WIOA school . The “Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act” or “WIOA” provides federal funds to states to help job seekers, workers and businesses with career services, job training and education.

The Institute strongly believes in continuing education, continual learning that is a lifelong duty. For these reasons, Liberty Institute strategic planning executives foresee a dynamic evolution that adjusts to the educational and employment market demands and fluctuations.

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Credit Counseling
Oct
8
10:00 AM10:00

Credit Counseling

WRIC is partnering with BEAL NEVADA BANK to offer one-to-one credit counseling sessions.

Attendees will have the opportunity to meet privately with an advisor about how to “Raise and Repair Credit Scores”.

Fee: 10.00 .

Sessions will take place every other Tuesday morning from 10am -12:15 by appointment only.

To reserve your spot, call Lisa Maurer @ 201 568-1166

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Job Networking Forum
Oct
2
1:00 PM13:00

Job Networking Forum

Gloria Lieberstein, WRIC career coach, will host the forum, answering questions that our clients might have about their job searches.  She will also introduce related topics to the group. Besides getting strong advice and feedback from Gloria, the forum will also offer an opportunity for our job seeking clients to connect and network with each other. 

The Forum will run following the first Orientation each month . Any client can attend, including clients who attend 11:00AM Orientation that day. Clients are welcome to remain in the Forum in hopes that it can grow into a larger network.

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ART THERAPY SIGN-UP FOR CLASSES BEGINNING OCTOBER 29TH
Oct
1
12:00 PM12:00

ART THERAPY SIGN-UP FOR CLASSES BEGINNING OCTOBER 29TH

Join & Connect with your Inner Wisdom!
Explore themes of empowerment, wellness, and self-care with
creative arts therapy, relaxation, talk, & more.
Share experiences. Learn from one another. Relax. And Have fun!

NO FEE!

REGISTRATION & SCREENING ARE REQUIRED for this 8 week series

Open ONLY to clients who have not previously attended. Closed group - one the series starts, others will not be allowed to join.

Call Lisa Maurer to register - 201 568-1166 

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 "Let's Talk About It!" Parenting Group
Oct
1
11:00 AM11:00

"Let's Talk About It!" Parenting Group

This support group meets every Tuesday morning, hosted by Dr. Tani Foger, Ed.D, Ed.M, MA.
Dr. Foger is a skilled facilitator with over 40 years of experience as a school psychologist and most recently an elementary school principal. As mother of 4 sons and a grandmother of 5 (infant - teens), she understands parenting issues and family concerns both as a psychologist and as a Mom.

This group is designed to help guide parents through the challenging stages of parenting offering practical tips and strategies.

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MEDITATION FOR MIND,BODY and SOUL
Sep
26
6:30 PM18:30

MEDITATION FOR MIND,BODY and SOUL

Discover the purpose of meditation to help experience inner peace, reduce stress, and gain  a better sense of well -being.  Learn a simple yet profound technique you can use to dramatically improve your quality of life. 

Class dates:

9/26/19

10/24/19

11/21/19

For more information, call Lisa @ 201 568-1166

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26th Annual Clothesline Project
Sep
26
10:00 AM10:00

26th Annual Clothesline Project

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On September 26, 2019 from 10:00 am to 4:30 pmhealingSPACE is hosting its Clothesline Project – Shattering Stereotypes: Sexual Violence Doesn’t Discriminate in Hackensack across from the Bergen County Courthouse to raise community awareness of violence against all people and demonstrate to survivors that they are not alone.

The Clothesline Project, now in its 26th year, features thousands of t-shirts created by survivors of sexual violence, domestic violence, child abuse, and death as a result of personal violence. Creating shirts promotes healing by providing survivors and their loved ones with an avenue to break the silence. Visitors can participate by creating their own shirts and pledging their support for the community’s anti-violence efforts. The event is free and open to the public.

A midday program will feature community dignitaries and partners.

For more information or to create a shirt, call 201 881-1750 or
email Caitlin at cgeorge@ywcabergencounty.org

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"Let's Talk About It!" Parenting Group
Sep
24
11:00 AM11:00

"Let's Talk About It!" Parenting Group

This support group meets every Tuesday morning, hosted by Dr. Tani Foger, Ed.D, Ed.M, MA.
Dr. Foger is a skilled facilitator with over 40 years of experience as a school psychologist and most recently an elementary school principal. As mother of 4 sons and a grandmother of 5 (infant - teens), she understands parenting issues and family concerns both as a psychologist and as a Mom.

This group is designed to help guide parents through the challenging stages of parenting offering practical tips and strategies.

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Credit Counseling
Sep
24
10:00 AM10:00

Credit Counseling

WRIC is partnering with BEAL NEVADA BANK to offer one-to-one credit counseling sessions.

Attendees will have the opportunity to meet privately with an advisor about how to “Raise and Repair Credit Scores”.

Fee: 10.00 .

Sessions will take place every other Tuesday morning from 10am -12:15 by appointment only.

To reserve your spot, call Lisa Maurer @ 201 568-1166

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"Let's Talk About It!" Parenting Group
Sep
17
11:00 AM11:00

"Let's Talk About It!" Parenting Group

This support group meets every Tuesday morning, hosted by Dr. Tani Foger, Ed.D, Ed.M, MA.
Dr. Foger is a skilled facilitator with over 40 years of experience as a school psychologist and most recently an elementary school principal. As mother of 4 sons and a grandmother of 5 (infant - teens), she understands parenting issues and family concerns both as a psychologist and as a Mom.

This group is designed to help guide parents through the challenging stages of parenting offering practical tips and strategies.

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"Let's Talk About It!" Parenting Group
Sep
10
11:00 AM11:00

"Let's Talk About It!" Parenting Group

This support group meets every Tuesday morning, hosted by Dr. Tani Foger, Ed.D, Ed.M, MA.
Dr. Foger is a skilled facilitator with over 40 years of experience as a school psychologist and most recently an elementary school principal. As mother of 4 sons and a grandmother of 5 (infant - teens), she understands parenting issues and family concerns both as a psychologist and as a Mom.

This group is designed to help guide parents through the challenging stages of parenting offering practical tips and strategies.

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Credit Counseling
Sep
10
10:00 AM10:00

Credit Counseling

WRIC is partnering with BEAL NEVADA BANK to offer one-to-one credit counseling sessions.

Attendees will have the opportunity to meet privately with an advisor about how to “Raise and Repair Credit Scores”.

Fee: 10.00 .

Sessions will take place every other Tuesday morning from 10am -12:15 by appointment only.

To reserve your spot, call Lisa Maurer @ 201 568-1166

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Job Networking Forum
Sep
4
1:00 PM13:00

Job Networking Forum

Gloria Lieberstein, WRIC career coach, will host the forum, answering questions that our clients might have about their job searches.  She will also introduce related topics to the group. Besides getting strong advice and feedback from Gloria, the forum will also offer an opportunity for our job seeking clients to connect and network with each other. 

The Forum will run following the first Orientation each month . Any client can attend, including clients who attend 11:00AM Orientation that day. Clients are welcome to remain in the Forum in hopes that it can grow into a larger network.

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MEDITATION FOR MIND,BODY and SOUL
Aug
29
6:30 PM18:30

MEDITATION FOR MIND,BODY and SOUL

Discover the purpose of meditation to help experience inner peace, reduce stress, and gain  a better sense of well -being.  Learn a simple yet profound technique you can use to dramatically improve your quality of life. 

Class dates:

8/29/19

9/26/19

10/24/19

11/21/19

For more information, call Lisa @ 201 568-1166

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Job Leads Event - Priority Nursing Services
Aug
29
1:00 PM13:00

Job Leads Event - Priority Nursing Services

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Priority Nursing Services is a home health care service in Hackensack, NJ. For many years they have offered expert residential care and caregiving, striving to provide clients with the best in care while letting them feel comfortable. Whether needing transportation or other assistance with day to day living, you will find compassionate and caring individuals ready to assist.

Priority Nursing Services is licensed, bonded and insured. All staff members are W2 employees; they do not have any subcontractor, e.g. 1099s. All of their CHHA and RN staff are fully trained, professionally qualified and maintain a current/active corresponding certification from the New Jersey Board of Nursing.

10 scholarships for FREE TUITION will be given away.

Class size is limited. Please RSVP - 201 568-1166. Session to be held in WRIC’s first floor meeting space.

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Credit Counseling
Aug
27
10:00 AM10:00

Credit Counseling

WRIC is partnering with BEAL NEVADA BANK to offer one-to-one credit counseling sessions.

Attendees will have the opportunity to meet privately with an advisor about how to “Raise and Repair Credit Scores”.

Fee: 10.00 .

Sessions will take place every other Tuesday morning from 10am -12:15 by appointment only.

To reserve your spot, call Lisa Maurer @ 201 568-1166

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MS Excel Fundamentals
Aug
20
6:30 PM18:30

MS Excel Fundamentals

This three-week course is designed to train people who learned Excel on their own, to improve their productivity and efficiency, by incorporating hands-on exercises.

$80/person

Classes - Tues and Thurs 6:30 to 8:30 pm.  (August 20 - September 05, 2019)
Lab times available Mon & Wed 9:30am - 4:30pm.

The three-week course (12 hours) covers: Formatting spreadsheets; Organize, manage and modify information; Basic Excel formulas and calculations; Creating Tables and Charts

Minimum requirements: Familiar with Word (2007 version or above); Prior familiarity with Excel (2007 version or above) preferred

Space is limited to ten participants. Additional registrants will be wait-listed.

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