RED BANK, NJ: The glue that holds our community together in so many ways, the YMCA of Greater Monmouth County truly is one of the best organizations on the planet.

Now more than ever, the Y is there for those who having trouble coping with the months of lockdown due to the pandemic.

 The YMCA Counseling & Social Services team and mental health partners Collier Youth Services, Family and Children's Services (FCS), Hope for Children Foundation (HFCF), and the Society for the Prevention of Teen Suicide will be holding a virtual Hearts of Hope breakfast event on Thursday, February 18, 8:15am to support urgent mental health needs in our community.

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"What's become more evident now is that people need holistic care in order to be healthy in spirit, mind and body. We are deeply committed to supporting the ever-changing needs of our community, and we are especially grateful to our members, donors and volunteers for helping to make this happen,” said Laurie Goganzer, President & CEO

“What mental health needs is more sunlight, more candor, and more unashamed conversation.” Glenn Close.

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