The Adolescent Housing Hub (AHH) is managed by the Office of Adolescent Services under the Department of Children and Families. AHH services are available to eligible homeless youth, youth at risk for homelessness, and youth aging out of the child welfare system, ages 16 – 21 years.
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CarePlus offers a variety of group therapy – support groups and therapeutic group sessions – that enhance the mental and physical well-being of children, teens, and parents who are struggling with social, behavioral, and mental health challenges.
A licensed outpatient program providing comprehensive substance abuse services for youth and families. Services include individual counseling, group counseling, and relapse prevention for male and female youth between the ages of 13 and 17.
A Home-Like Environment for Children Awaiting Permanent Placement. The transitions children and families go through when children are placed out of home is an intense change which triggers many new emotions. Enriched services facilitate the transition and assist families in moving toward permanent placement.
We are a strengths-based readily accessible behavioral health agency dedicated to improving the quality of life for individuals with mental health and/or substance use challenges.
Advance Counseling Center provides outpatient mental health services to meet the needs of individuals who are able to use psychotherapeutic interventions to achieve a better quality of life in a community based setting. The following services are offered: comprehensive assessment, on-site psychiatric evaluation, medication services (prescribing and monitoring), treatment planning, individual psychotherapy, group psychotherapy, and discharge planning.
Advance Housing, Inc. is a not-for-profit social services organization that provides rent subsidized housing and rehabilitative support services to individuals with psychiatric disabilities and a history of homelessness.
AHE is an accredited treatment facility for mental health disorders, substance abuse, and co-occurring disorders. New Jersey facilities include Advanced Health and Education in Monmouth County.
Advocacy Services Unlimited is approved by DDD as a service provider in New Jersey. Services offered are Community Based Support, Individual Support, Respite, Community Inclusion, Employment Specialist, Pre-vocational and Support Brokerage.
Your children’s health is our number one priority.
Our board certified pediatricians specialize in the care of infants, children and adolescents. We are affiliated with Valley Hospital in Ridgewood, NJ and Hackensack University Medical Center in Hackensack, NJ.
We work on behalf of children and families by conducting research, developing and supporting legistation, and maintaining oversight of the policies and programs of our state administrative agencies.
The Affordable Connectivity Program is an FCC benefit program that helps ensure that households can afford the broadband they need for work, school, healthcare and more.
The benefit provides a discount of up to $30 per month toward internet service for eligible households and up to $75 per month for households on qualifying Tribal lands.
There are different types of affordable housing units throughout New Jersey. Public Housing is the largest group of affordable housing and it is funded by Federal Government (HUD). There are also various State Housing Programs including “Mount Laurel” housing (COAH).
The Affordable Housing Alliance (AHA) offers rental and homeownership help, mortgage and foreclosure counseling, utility assistance, homebuyer education, and more all while guiding you through every step of the process to achieve stability, progress, and peace of mind to live comfortably.
Replacing the Homestead Benefit, ANCHOR will provide property tax relief for double the amount of homeowners while renters will also benefit for the first time in years. Nearly 1.2 million homeowners will receive a benefit of up to $1,500 and over 900,000 renters will receive a benefit of $450.
Age-Friendly Englewood is a community-wide project that is working to ensure that residents of Englewood can age-in-place in their homes and in the community with dignity and independence. We seek to help the community become more livable for people of all ages, with particular attention to the rapidly growing number of older adults.
ADRC professional staff assists seniors, adults, and their caregivers in finding benefits and services they need. The ADRC goal is to improve the experience of consumers and their families when seeking access to information, supports and services.
Welcome to the AIDS Memorial Quilt New Jersey Chapter! We were founded in 1997 as the NAMES Project of Northern New Jersey serving Bergen, Essex, Hudson, Morris, Passaic, Sussex and Warren counties. Today we cover the entire state of New Jersey as well as the NYC and Philadelphia metro areas.
1 in 5 US adults has been harmed by someone’s alcoholism. Al-Anon provides support to anyone affected by someone else's alcohol addiction or alcohol use disorder, regardless of whether sobriety is present.
This tool will help you locate Al-Anon meetings across the United States.
Alateen is a fellowship of young Al-Anon members, usually teenagers (age 19 and below), whose lives have been affected by someone else’s drinking.
Al-Anon has but one purpose: to help families of alcoholics.
This tool will help you find Alcoholics Anonymous meetings in Northern New Jersey.
These listings are updated by the Intergroup Office via information provided by the Meetings/Groups directly. Although we believe this information to be up-to-date, meeting times and locations are subject to change.
Offers 6 two-week summer day camp programs in the performing arts at air-conditioned locations in Clinton, Metuchen, Parsippany, and Watchung for boys and girls ages 6 - 17.
All Star Counseling actively engages in the pursuit of excellence in serving youth and families with compassion and respect. Our goal is to build on individual and family strengths to help create a balanced way of life.
At All Topics Tutoring (ATT), our goal is to mentor students through one-on-one tutoring so they show up to their scholastic environment confident, prepared and able to demonstrate their raw skills and talent.
The Alliance for Senior Services (TASS) is a unique organization having a common “value proposition’ of providing a one-stop resource for seniors, their families and caregivers. The impetus for the organization was the apparent need for a central source of competent, ethical, caring advice and support for seniors and their caregivers.