Children’s Specialized Hospital is the nation’s leading provider of inpatient and outpatient care for children from birth to 21 years of age facing special health challenges – from chronic illnesses and complex physical disabilities like brain and spinal cord injuries, to a full scope of developmental, behavioral, and mental health concerns.
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We are proud to host KidsFit, an award-winning pediatric weight management program. The program benefits both children and adults (such as parents and teachers) who play a critical role in maintaining active lifestyles for kids. Enrollment is open to kids ages 7 to 18 and their families.
Virtual or in-person addiction treatment center in Fair Lawn, NJ made to fit your life. Medicaid, Medicare, and almost all other insurance are accepted.
We offer a full continuum of senior-life, mental-health, and short-term rehabilitation services. We offer excellence in independent living, assisted living, skilled-nursing care, short-term rehabilitation (post-acute care), memory support, and mental-health services.
Workshops are highly participatory. Mutual support and success build participants’ confidence in their ability to manage their health and maintain active and fulfilling lives. Each participant is guided to tailor the workshop content to their own needs.
We'll now be open from 9 am - 11 am on the first Sunday of every month, specifically for children with autism and other special needs.
Our Pantry assists over 200 people every month with food, personal items, and household products. Please remember to give generously, as so many families rely on this service. Any donation is appreciated! We also collect coupons (whole pages please; do not cut).
The Epiphany Community Food Pantry (ECFP) is Epiphany Parish's outreach ministry to the poor and underpriviledged. The ECFP provides non-perishable food and toiletries to anyone in their time of need, regardless of race, faith, gender, age, or background and no one is ever turned away.
Holy Rosary parishioners, and members of the Edgewater Community, provide food for persons and families in need. The Holy Rosary Food Pantry is available to any Edgewater resident, regardless of their religious beliefs. It is open on the last Monday of every month from 11 AM to 12 Noon.
Our programs offer practical, technical, and financial resources to foster equitable access to local food and green spaces in support of sustainable, healthy communities. We're building a future where all communities have equitable access to and availability of local fruits and vegetables and natural, green spaces.
Clarian Place Child Care and Learning Center provides child care and early learning curriculum for ages 6 weeks - 4 years with Daily Connect for real-time reporting, live internet monitoring, optional meal plans and extended hours to ease the stresses of demanding work schedules.
Winner offers cleaning services to aid families at-risk, due to social and environmental health factors regarding the cleanliness of the home.
Therapeutic counseling services to the community, including the underserved. We offer intensive outpatient, outpatient, group, family, and Individual therapy as well as substance abuse and mental health treatment to adults and adolescents.
The mission statement of the Cliffside Park Housing Authority is the same of the Department ofHousing and Urban Development: To promote adequate and affordable housing, economic opportunity and a suitable living environment free from discrimination.
Founded in 1895, Cliffside Park has come a long way from a town that consisted of farms and woodlands. Its motto, Atop the Palisades, is a perfect description of the borough’s geography. Conveniently located between the George Washington Bridge and the Lincoln Tunnel, it is home to many New York City business people who find it an easy commute. Cliffside Park is one square mile, and home to approximately 23,000 people.
The Clinic of The New Jersey Institute for Training in Psychoanalysis, Inc. has provided affordable psychotherapy and psychoanalysis for over 40 years to residents of local communities.
A local food pantry that serves residents of Closter, NJ and neighboring communities who are in need. The CFP is open to its clients once a month for non-perishable food while fresh breads and produce are provided weekly and within season.
Specializes in Pediatrics.
The Closter Public Library is a cultural, recreational, and educational center for the community. We are committed to providing the best materials, reference assistance, programs, classes, and events. We want you to be satisfied when you visit the library
Club DREAMS, a Down syndrome enrichment center, offers enrichment, socialization, education, life skills and job skills programs for free for individuals with Down syndrome. We have virtual and in person program options to include Yoga, sports, fitness, dance, art, ASL, cooking, support groups, and life skills and academics.
The Coalition for a Healthy NJ, coordinated by the NJPN, works to create healthier communities across New Jersey by building capacity among professionals and community members. Out goal is to support public health efforts in order to prevent chronic diseases, promote healthier lifestyles, reduce health disparities and control health care spending.
CARS provides an inclusive platform to celebrate the hope of recovery, promote the value of individuals with lived experience, and to incorporate and strengthen recovery support services across the continuum of care for substance use disorders throughout New Jersey.
Local group mental health practice specializing in minority stress, women's issues LGBTQ+ issues, and couples counseling. We treat children, teens, and adults. We believe that mental health care should be accessible to all and operate from a social justice perspective. Accepting Medicaid and private insurance.
A statewide behavioral health agency incorporated in 1984, CSPNJ has established itself as a respected innovator of housing, Community Wellness Centers, employment, and economic development services that promote the wellness and recovery of people with the lived experience of behavioral health conditions.
A nonprofit 501(c)3 bereavement organization that transforms the lives of children who have experienced the death of a parent, sibling, or primary caregiver. Our programs are FREE of charge and include trust building activities and age-based support groups that break the emotional isolation grief often brings.