A Work of Heart is a psychotherapy practice in Allendale, NJ offering individual and family therapy for children, adolescents, and adults. Appointments are available after school, in the evening and on weekends. In-person and telehealth options available. We are an out of network provider and do not provide in-home therapy.
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The A.I.R. Express (Asthma, Information and Relief) is a 24 foot mobile camper outfitted with equipment and capabilities to screen patients for asthma.
AACT-NOW! (African American Community Takes New Outreach Worldwide) is an exciting initiative of NAMI New Jersey to connect with NJ’s African-American families affected by mental illness, mental health consumers, the faith community and mental health professionals to provide culturally competent support, education and advocacy.
This is an African American self-help support group for family members with loved ones affected by mental illness. In a caring and supportive environment, families will help one another learn to cope with the effects of mental illness.
Bringing families and practitioners together. BCBAs who specialize in the treatment of children who recently received a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder (18months-6years) through intensive 1:1 research based, play-based instruction, natural environment teaching, natural motivation and minimal reliance on DTT, school transition and parent training.
To provide individuals with autism and their families evidence-based positive learning experiences which are individualized, family-centered and delivered by highly qualified clinicians
ABC Therapy Services is a non-profit organization that provides statewide in-home solutions for children and adolescents dealing with depression, grief or loss, anxiety, trauma, oppositional and defiant behavior, ADHD, intellectual and developmental disabilities, or substance abuse.
We are the Abilities Therapy Network, a new, developmental therapy center in Midland Park, NJ. We provide speech/language therapy and occupational therapy services. Our mission is to provide children and adults with the comprehensive and individualized tools necessary to reach their highest potential to become functional and successful members of their family, classroom, workplace, and community.
We are a private school for pre-k through middle school located in Bergen County. The Ability School uses a very precise technology that teaches the student how to study thus enabling the child to really understand and apply the material learned.
We come alongside families impacted by disability & equip the local church to welcome them. Ability Tree has five branches in three states nationwide that serve the disability community in their town. We do this by coming alongside families impacted by disability and equip organizations through recreation, education, support, and training.
ABLE accounts allow people with disabilities to save money that is not counted towards asset limitations set by means-tested benefit programs such as Medicaid or SSI. “Asset limits” prevent people with disabilities from saving money beyond $2,000 (a typical asset limit) and planning for their future.
Above and Beyond Learning Group is a Therapeutic Intervention Agency that provides ABA Therapy for children and young adults on the autism spectrum.
- Behavioral/Educational Evaluations
- Classroom Management and Design
- BPS Assessments
- Occupational Therapy
- Parent/Caregiver and Staff Training
- Social Skills
- Speech and Language Therapy
Our Tutors assist Middle & High School students understand different subjects. They assess, assist, and encourage the students in the learning process. They review class assignments, discuss and process class content, and assist the students with their homework and online/virtual learning.
ACAP serves as a community resource by offering, courses, graduate degrees, clinical programs and experiences, and Continuing Education (CE) opportunities to help build skills for those working with individuals and groups in the areas of interpersonal relationships, crisis resolution, education and mental health issues, and parenting.
Based at St. Joseph’s University Medical Center in Paterson and funded by the NJ State Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services, ACCESS provides 24/7 community-based psychiatric and mental health services to deaf and hard of hearing people throughout New Jersey.
NJ TRANSIT's ADA paratransit program known as Access Link was established to provide public transportation to people with disabilities who are unable to use the local bus service according to the American with Disabilities Act (ADA). You may ride with Access Link or any other NJ TRANSIT mode for some or all of your transportation needs.
Free emotional support helpline for deaf and hard of hearing individuals during COVID-19.
Steps Towards Independence (STI) is a transitional, supportive housing program that assists homeless youth, especially youth leaving the child welfare system, with life skills and support services to make a successful transition to self-sufficient living and to prevent long-term dependency on social services.
We provide a full spectrum of services in the areas of mental health and educational support services to all of our clients regardless of race, gender, age, or socioeconomic status so that they may lead more satisfying, balanced, healthy, and happy lives.
We offer PreK to adult tutoring and service the Division of Developmental Disabilities in New Jersey.
Since 2012, Act Now Foundation, a grass roots 501(c)(3) non-profit, has worked tirelessly to raise awareness, advocate, and educate New Jersey about Alzheimer's disease and related dementias, prevention, and early detection.
Our mission is to enrich the lives of people with Aphasia, their families, and communities.
The Adolescent and Family Therapy Program (AFT) offers psychological outpatient services for Bergen County adolescents between the ages of 12 and 17½ who do not have medical insurance or the financial resources to pay for psychological or psychiatric treatment. AFT services are provided FREE of charge.
The NJ Children's System of Care offers an array of substance use treatment services including withdrawal management, outpatient, intensive outpatient, partial care, short-term residential and long-term residential. For questions or to access these services , call the PerformCare 24 hour, toll-free Access line: 1-877-652-7624
The DBT Programs treat teens with a variety of diagnoses including anxiety, depression, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD), self-harm/impulse disorders, and eating disorders.