Family Resource Network News

FRN Impact Awards

The FRN Impact Awards aims to honor and appreciate the meritorious impact that its partners, supporters and stakeholders have had in advancing its mission to offer individuals and their families with continuing needs the greatest opportunities, resources and services...

The Family Resource Network Gets A New Office

East Windsor NJ – The Family Resource Network (FRN) is excited to announce the official opening of its new facility located at 50 Millstone Rd, Building 300 Suite 201, East Windsor, NJ. The  President and CEO of the Princeton-Mercer Chamber of Commerce – Peter...

2019 Glow Walk Run

Epilepsy Services of New Jersey’s Glow Walk Run is a Halloween themed 5k walk/run complete with assorted activities and resources for families to enjoy while aiding ESNJ’s quest in raising funds and spreading awareness to improve the quality of life of those living with Epilepsy.

43rd Annual Golf Classic & Dinner

The 43rd annual Golf Classic and Dinner is the perfect opportunity to enjoy a full day of golf and food while also helping Epilepsy Services of New Jersey to raise the necessary funds to create programs and services that improve the quality of life of those living...

1st Annual ESNJ Mother’s Brunch

On May 19th Epilepsy Services of New Jersey hosted our first annual Mother’s Brunch at the Moonshine Supper Club in Millburn. The brunch celebrated mothers of individuals with epilepsy for all that they do, day in and day out. Attendees enjoyed a delicious brunch and...

May is Mental Health Awareness Month!

May is Mental Health Awareness Month and we are excited! But just what is mental health? MentalHealth.gov defines it as  "...our emotional, psychological, and social well-being." This means that mental health plays a large role in how we think and feel on a daily...

2019 Respite Getaway Calendar

Revised 2019 Calendar for Respite Getaway (January-December) Please contact your DDD Case Manager (if you do not have your own budget) and request a referral for a weekend. Get your friends together and contact the FRN Coordinator (Gloria) to join us! Fees: $950 or...

Purple Day for Epilepsy Around the World

Purple Day for Epilepsy is a worldwide grassroots annual event. It is celebrated every year on March 26th and is intended to increase awareness of epilepsy. Cassidy Megan along with her mom started this initiative back in 2008 and it quickly grew into a global...

Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month

March is National Disability Awareness Month! The Family Resource Network would like to encourage everyone to join in on this celebration of many accomplishments, contributions and talents offered by the developmental disability community. Spreading awareness and...

2019 Autism Scholarship Application

The 2019 Autism Family Services of New Jersey Scholarship Application Program is open to New Jersey residents with a diagnosis of Autism.  This scholarship is unique since it allows graduates pursuing a college, university, technical, trade, or vocational school level...

2019 Epilepsy Scholarship Application

Epilepsy Services of New Jersey is pleased to announce that we are now accepting applications for our annual scholarship program for New Jersey high school seniors who have epilepsy. We anticipate offering at least two $1,000 scholarships this year. New Jersey high...

Caregiver Taskforce Bill Signed Into Law

Acting Governor Sheila Oliver today signed legislation (S959) to establish the New Jersey Caregiver Task Force, which will evaluate support services that are available to caregivers. The Task Force will also recommend improvements and expansion of such services and is...

The Family Resource Network Announces Leadership Change

An era is coming to a close and a new one will begin on January 1, 2019 at The Family Resource Network as Eric M. Joice, of Toms River, CEO since 1983 retires and Liza Gundell of Pennington, COO since 1990 becomes the chief executive officer. Gundell, a graduate of...

MyEpilepsyRockstar – Jake

In 2014, Jake was diagnosed with Juvenile Myclonic Epilepsy after having a seizure during freshman football practice. He did not allow epilepsy to get in his way! He continued to go on to play football for his whole high school career. Jake became an ambassador to...

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