Creative Coping Workshops


Art Therapy will be offered this Saturday, November 16th from 10AM-12PM in the OLPH gym. Cost is free and light refreshments will be provided.  Creative Coping was funded through Robin Hood Foundation grant money to help Sandy survivors work through recovery through arts experiences. Turning 180 Amanda’s Easel is also able to provide free counseling to Sandy survivors through this funding.designed to help your family learn ways to reduce stress related to storm recovery. Gain helpful coping skills using art and drama! For families with children ages 5 and up. 

Parents/Guardians must remain on site. Pre-registration preferred, Walk ins welcome! 732.787.6503


  1. Sponsored by the Robin Hood foundation…helping you cope with the crappy situation rather than helping you repair the damage.


    • Seriously. All those people who donated to the concert — I wonder if they have any idea what sorts of creative crap that they are funding, along with the 50% that probably goes to the bureaucracy behind this and all the other non-profits that the Robin Hood money got funneled through..

      I don’t want to go paint a jar or have light refreshments. I want to know how and what the organizations behind all the donations and grants and money that flowed in are doing with it, and when it’s going to go to FIX things, instead of helping us COPE with things NOT BEING FIXED.

      One of these things is not like the other.


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