The Roman Catholic Churches of Toms River (RCCTR) are holding a series of workshops coming up to educate, spread awareness and ultimately help everyone find recovery and be a shining light in the lives of others.
The Partnership for a Drug Free New Jersey is hosting a town hall in Toms River, one of Ocean County's hardest hit areas, where residents and experts are invited to share their thoughts on the opioid epidemic and seek help for others or themselves.
HOPE Sheds Light invites you to join them as they celebrate a day of recovery and hope through the groundbreaking of their new Butterfly Garden. It will be a place to reflect, transform, and remember. A place to find peace.
An estimated amount of a couple hundred to maybe several packed the Seaside Heights Boardwalk Saturday morning for the 4th Annual Hope Sheds Light Celebration of Hope Walk to celebrate those who have found recovery.
This is normally one of the shore's busiest post-summer weekends, but Hurricane Joaquin's uncertain trajectory and intensity has forced reschedulings that promise to turn next weekend into Eventapalooza.