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2-1-12-1-1 is an easy to remember telephone number that, where available, connects people with important community services and volunteer opportunities, and is being spearheaded by United Ways and comprehensive and specialized Information and Referral Agencies in states and local communities. United Way of America (UWA) and the Alliance for Information and Referral Systems (AIRS) strongly support federal funding so that every American has access to this essential service. Statewide2-1-12-1-1
24/7 Crisis Hotline for Impaired NursesNurses supporting Nurses Health professionals are not immune to substance abuse or mental illness. The New Jersey State Nurses Association and the Institute for Nursing have made strides to assist nurses both personally and professionally. For nearly 30 years, the Peer Assistance Program: Holds support groups around the state Operates a 24-hour hotline for nurses in need of assistance 1-800-662-0108 Provides continuing education programs about substance abuse Provides support and information to nurses, administrators about identification, intervention and referral Call 609-883-5335 x. 124 or email peerassistance@njsna.org StatewideRecovery & Monitoring Program-RAMPRecovery & Monitoring Program-RAMP
24/7 HotlineStaffed 24 hours a day Access to emergency protection Information and referral for victims of abuse and their family and friends Confidential counseling If you’re in an abusive relationship, you may feel confused and have a lot of questions. Would my life be better or worse without him? Can he really change? If I leave, how would I financially support myself and my children? Where would I stay until I found a place to live? Would I be able to find affordable housing? Do I have any legal rights? You might also be worrying about your partner. Will he be destroyed if I leave him? Am I responsible for helping him? If I stay, will he continue to seek counseling? These are all very difficult questions to answer alone. If you would like information or just need to talk to someone who understands, please call the JBWS Helpline. Our helpline is staffed 24 hours a day by trained staff, and, of course, all calls are confidential. Morris County24/7 HotlineJersey Battered Women's Service, Inc
24/7 Hotline24-hour hotline 365 days a year to assist you with crisis intervention, emotional support, information about emergency shelter, counseling, legal advocacy and other community and social service resources.Hunterdon County24/7 HotlineSafe In Hunterdon
24/7 Hotline24-hour hotline 365 days a year to assist you with crisis intervention, emotional support, information about emergency shelter, counseling, legal advocacy, batterers services and other community and social service resources.Salem CountySalem County Women's ServicesSalem County Women's Services
24-Hour Crisis HotlineThe loss of a loved one, a traumatic event or a lifetime of unresolved personal problems can lead to a personal crisis. No matter the time of day, we're there to help. Available on-site at Morristown Memorial, Overlook and Mountainside Hospitals, or through a 24-hour crisis line, our round-the-clock services feature confidential support and treatment by professional crisis therapists. Following an initial assessment and crisis stabilization session, patients are provided appropriate inpatient treatment or outpatient services. Essex CountyOutpatientMountainside Hospital
24 Hour Domestic Violence Hotline-Providence HouseFor victims and their children in need of crisis counseling and/or a safe haven from abuse, as well as information, appointments and referral. Burlington CountyAccess CenterCatholic Charities Diocese of Trenton
24 Hour Domestic Violence Hotline-Providence HouseFor victims and their children in need of crisis counseling and/or a safe haven from abuse, as well as information, appointments and referral. Ocean CountyAccess CenterCatholic Charities Diocese of Trenton
24 Hour Emergency Paging Service24-hour emergency paging service 365 days a year to assist you with crisis intervention, emotional support, information about emergency shelter, counseling, legal advocacy and other community and social service resources. Essex CountyThe Rachael CoalitionJewish Family Service of Metrowest-Main Office
24 Hour Emergency Shelter HotlineIn cooperation with CONTACT of Burlington County, the homeless hotline provides the only emergency homeless response system in Burlington County. Following short-term placements in shelters or motels, referrals are provided to consumers to help meet ongoing housing needs. Burlington CountyAccess CenterCatholic Charities Diocese of Trenton
24 Hour HotlineGet Help & Find Safety. 24 Hour Hotline for victims of sexual and domestic violence. Hotline is answered by trained staff and volunteer who offer support and information of available services. Cape May County24 Hour HotlineCoalition Against Rape & Abuse, Inc.
24 Hour HotlineA 24/7 hotline serving victims of domestic and sexual violence. Provides persons with the support they need to take charge of their lives & to free themselves & their children from the threat or reality of abuse. All services are free & confidential. COLLECT CALLS ACCEPTED.Sussex County24 Hour HotlineDomestic Abuse Services, Inc.
24 Hour HotlineTrained staff are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to: Answer questions about domestic violence, Answer questions about obtaining a restraining order, Schedule appointments with counselors, Offer shelter placement when needed, and Provide information and referrals to other social service agencies. Somerset County24 Hour HotlineResource Center for Women & Their Families
24 Hour HotlineThe 24-hour hotline is in operation 7 days per week, 365 days per year. Callers can receive referrals, and counseling or crisis intervention on a variety of issues, including notifying the police, how to obtain a restraining order, alternate options, etc. Domestic violence victims are screened by telephone for admittance to our emergency shelter. Abused men as well as batterers can also receive referrals for counseling by hotline staff.Bergen County24 Hour HotlineShelter Our Sisters
24 Hour Hotline24-hour hotline 365 days a year to assist you with crisis intervention, emotional support, information about emergency shelter, counseling, legal advocacy and other community and social service resources.Mercer County24 Hour HotlineWomanspace, Inc,
24 Hour HotlineA 24-hour, 7 day hotline for crisis counseling and referral. Spanish speaking staff available. In 2004, the agency responded to 6,334 calls; 3,236 were calls from victims in crisis; 1,551 were crisis and continuing counseling calls and 1,547 were calls from individuals seeking information about domestic violence, referrals and other information. Middlesex County24 Hour HotlineWomen Aware, Inc.
24-Hour Hotline24-hour hotline 365 days a year to assist you with crisis intervention, emotional support, information about emergency shelter, counseling, legal advocacy and other community and social service resources. Essex County24-Hour HotlineBabyland Family Services, Inc.
24-Hour Hotline24-hour hotline 365 days a year to assist you with crisis intervention, emotional support, information about emergency shelter, counseling, legal advocacy and other community and social service resources. Essex County24-Hour HotlineThe Safe House
24-hour hotline24-hour hotline 365 days a year to assist you with crisis intervention, emotional support, information about emergency shelter, counseling, legal advocacy and other community and social service resources. Hudson County24-Hour HotlineWomenRising, Inc.
24-Hour HotlineIf you or someone you know is in crisis, call 1 (800) 286-4184 or (609) 646-6767. Trained counselors staff our 24-hour hotline 365 days a year to assist you with crisis intervention, emotional support, information about emergency shelter, counseling, legal advocacy and other community and social service resources. Atlantic CountyThe Violence Intervention ProgramThe Atlantic County Women's Center
Adoption Hotline (DYFS)If you have love to share, consider adopting a child into your family. Call to learn how you can give a child a permanent home by adopting one or more legally free children with special needs. StatewideAdoption Hotline (DYFS)Adoption Hotline (DYFS)
Adult Information and AssistanceThis program provides information and referral services to older adults and their families. The program also offers links to support services and assistance with care alternatives. Bergen CountyOutpatientCatholic Charities Archdiocese of Newark-CCS
Adult Protective ServicesAdult Protective Services investigates and help with abuse, exploitation and neglect of seniors (60 and over) and disabled adults.Cumberland CountyAdult Protective ServicesCumberland County Guidance Center
Adult Protective ServicesFor vulnerable adults who need protection and are unable to protect themselves or who need assistance in dealing with an abusive, neglectful or exploitative situation. Middlesex CountyBoard of Social Services Middlesex CountyMiddlesex County
Adult Protective ServicesThe Adult Protective Services Unit (APS) is designed to investigate cases of abuse, neglect and exploitation. Atlantic CountyDivision of Intergenerational ServicesAtlantic County
Adult Protective ServicesSome adults are vulnerable people who cannot protect themselves. Many of these adults may suffer from a physical illness, mental illness or disability. People affected are adults including young adults and senior citizens. Persons at risk of neglect can also include those who are not taking care of themselves. If there is reason to suspect an adult is being abused, neglected or exploited, a report should be made to Adult Protective Services. A confidential assessment will be made through a home visit. Services appropriate to correct the situation will then assist the person with getting needed assistance. Monmouth CountyMonmouth County Division of Social ServicesMonmouth County Department of Human Services
Adult Protective ServicesAdult Protective Services (APS) responds to the need of Union County's vulnerable adults — i.e., those over 18 who are abused, neglected, or exploited, and who, because of physical or mental disability, are unable to act on their own to address these conditions. An APS program manager and clinical caseworkers screen referrals for appropriateness via telephone. They then conduct an in-home assessment within three working days to evaluate allegations of abuse, neglect, or exploitation and determine levels of functioning and risk. They provide case management as appropriate to decrease risk of further abuse, neglect, or exploitation. This program is partially funded through a grant from the Union County Department of Human Services' Division on Aging. Union CountyMount Carmel Guild Behavioral HealthcareCatholic Charities Archdiocese of Newark-CCS
Adult Protective ServicesThis unit are responsible for investigating any allegations of abuse, neglect or exploitation of the elderly, blind, or disabled in the community. This service is provided without regard to income. Passaic CountyPassaic County Board of Social ServicesPassaic County Human Services
Adult Protective Services-APSThis program is to protect vulnerable adults from abuse, neglect, and exploitation, which prevents inappropriate institutionalization and reduces unnecessary stress and dysfunction of clients and their caregivers/family.Essex CountySocial Services and Seniors DivisionFocus, Hispanic Center for Human Development, Inc.
ALA-CALL Substance Abuse HotLineThe Ala-Call/Substance Abuse hotline is an INFORMATION and REFERRAL hotline for New Jersey residents with ALCOHOL and DRUG problems. A trained volunteer will provide you with information about meeting times and locations for Alcoholics Anonymous, Al-A non, Alateen, Narcotics Anonymous, Nar-Anon, ACOA, CODA and other self-help groups. Information is available concerning counseling, hospitalization, and treatment facilities which cover the entire state of New Jersey. There is also service for non-English-speaking callers. StatewideALA-CALL Substance Abuse HotLineALA-CALL Substance Abuse HotLine
Alcoholics AnonymousAlcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. StatewideAlcoholics AnonymousAlcoholics Anonymous
Alcoholism & Drug Abuse ServicesInformation/referral or crisis intervention for adolescents or adults regarding alcoholism/drug abuse treatment, prevention and education, as well as management of subcontracts with local community based providers. Staff support is provided to the Local Advisory Committee on Alcoholism & Drug Abuse (LACADA), its County Alliance Steering Subcommittee (CASS), other subcommittees, task forces, etc., and the Narcotics Advisory Board (NAB). Union CountyDivision of PlanningUnion County Department of Human Services
Alzheimer's FoundationFrom coast to coast, our local chapters are in your community, providing core services to families and professionals, including information and referral, support groups, care consultation, education and safety services. If you need to talk, our toll-free, 24/7 Helpline provides reliable information, referrals and support in 140 languages.StatewideAlzheimer's FoundationAlzheimer's Foundation
Alzheimer's FoundationFrom coast to coast, our local chapters are in your community, providing core services to families and professionals, including information and referral, support groups, care consultation, education and safety services. If you need to talk, our toll-free, 24/7 Helpline provides reliable information, referrals and support in 140 languages.StatewideAlzheimer's FoundationAlzheimer's Foundation
Alzheimer's FoundationFrom coast to coast, our local chapters are in your community, providing core services to families and professionals, including information and referral, support groups, care consultation, education and safety services. If you need to talk, our toll-free, 24/7 Helpline provides reliable information, referrals and support in 140 languages.StatewideAlzheimer's FoundationAlzheimer's Foundation
Battered Women's ShelterWomenRising, Inc. is the State-designated lead agency in the county for domestic violence. Our domestic violence programs include a 24-hour, seven day a week Battered Women's Shelter (the only shelter in the county), intensive counseling and support services for the women and children, a Court Liaison to advise and advocate for battered women within the court system and a 24-hour Hot Line. A special program in the northern part of the county, the "Shelter Without Walls", is specifically designed to serve Latina Women. Hudson CountyBattered Women's ShelterWomenRising, Inc.
Batterers' Referral LineInformation and referral services for those who abuse their partners and want to reach out for help. Somerset County24 Hour HotlineResource Center for Women & Their Families
Bergen County Rape Crisis Hotline - YWCAThe YWCA of Bergen County Rape Crisis Center provides a 24-hour hotline to address the needs of those who have experienced sexual victimization. Bergen CountyBergen County Rape Crisis Hotline - YWCABergen County Rape Crisis Center - YWCA
Child Abuse/Neglect HotlineAll reports of child abuse and neglect, including those occurring in institutional settings such as child care centers, schools, foster homes and residential treatment centers, must be reported to the State Central Registry (SCR) at 1-877-NJ ABUSE . This is a toll-free, 24-hour, seven-days-a-week hotline. StatewideChild Abuse/Neglect HotlineChild Abuse/Neglect Hotline
Commission for the Blind & Visually Impaired - CBVI HotlineCBVI seeks to provide or ensure access to services that will enable consumers to obtain their fullest measure of self-reliance and improved quality of life. It seeks to assure them treatment as individuals with dignity and worth who are fully integrated into their community. To achieve this mission, the Commission has established specific goals and objectives for serving people living in New Jersey, who are blind or visually impaired. CBVI operates with a budget of $25,267,000 for FY 2006. StatewideCommission for the Blind & Visually Impaired - CBVI HotlineCommission for the Blind & Visually Impaired - CBVI Hotline
Community Outreach CenterThe DASI Community Outreach Center providing services to victims of domestic abuse and their children who are no in need of shelter. Sussex County24 Hour HotlineDomestic Abuse Services, Inc.
Community Response TeamDomestic Violence Crisis Response Team JBWS, in conjunction with the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office, established the Domestic Violence Crisis Response Team in April of 1997. Each Crisis Response Team consists of a group of volunteers who provide information and emotional assistance for victims immediately following a domestic violence phone call. Domestic violence response teams are operating in all police departments throughout the county, and their assistance has been imperative in strengthening and diversifying victims’ support systems. Studies demonstrate that many victims of domestic violence will return to their abusers if they are provided with little or no support. Police officers provide protection to victims of domestic violence by arresting and processing the batterer while volunteers help the victim to feel less isolated and alone. Since individuals are more responsive to intervention in times of crisis, CRT volunteers respond to the police department to provide emotional support, education on domestic violence, community resources and a safety plan. All victims are offered a follow-up contact by JBWS. Teams are composed of trained citizen advocates who serve as volunteers for their local police departments. All volunteers go through a rigorous evaluation process followed by an intensive 40-hour training. Upon successful completion of the CRT training component, volunteers are on-call to their assigned police departments. Additionally, individual supervision is provided to volunteer by JBWS within twenty-four (24) hours of their call. The goals of the Crisis Response Team are to: Decrease the emotional trauma experienced by victims—by providing the victim with an opportunity to express her emotional response to the crisis and educating her about the dynamics of domestic violence. Increase a victim’s ability to make an educated decision about her options—by increasing the victim’s awareness of available community resources and legal options and her understanding of the legal process. To increase the victim’s access to community resources—by providing the victims with the necessary information to access available community resources and assisting her in contacting those resources.Morris CountyOutpatient CounselingJersey Battered Women's Service, Inc
CONTACT of Burlington CountyThis 24-hour information and referral helpline and crisis hotline is staffed by trained volunteers. This free, confidential, and anonymous service is available to all residents of Burlington county.Burlington CountyCONTACT of Burlington CountyCONTACT of Burlington County
CONTACT of Burlington CountyThis 24-hour information and referral helpline and crisis hotline is staffed by trained volunteers. This free, confidential, and anonymous service is available to all residents of Burlington county.Burlington CountyCONTACT of Burlington CountyCONTACT of Burlington County
CONTACT We Care, Inc.Everyone needs someone to talk to. If you need help, please call us. Each year, CONTACT We Care answers more than 12,000 calls from individuals who are lonely, depressed, stressed or suicidal. Areas served: Union County, Essex County, Middlesex County, Somerset County and Morris County. Union CountyCONTACT We Care, Inc.CONTACT We Care, Inc.
CONTACT We Care, Inc.Everyone needs someone to talk to. If you need help, please call us. Each year, CONTACT We Care answers more than 12,000 calls from individuals who are lonely, depressed, stressed or suicidal. Areas served: Union County, Essex County, Middlesex County, Somerset County and Morris County. Essex CountyCONTACT We Care, Inc.CONTACT We Care, Inc.
CONTACT We Care, Inc.Everyone needs someone to talk to. If you need help, please call us. Each year, CONTACT We Care answers more than 12,000 calls from individuals who are lonely, depressed, stressed or suicidal. Areas served: Union County, Essex County, Middlesex County, Somerset County and Morris County. Middlesex CountyCONTACT We Care, Inc.CONTACT We Care, Inc.
CONTACT We Care, Inc.Everyone needs someone to talk to. If you need help, please call us. Each year, CONTACT We Care answers more than 12,000 calls from individuals who are lonely, depressed, stressed or suicidal. Areas served: Union County, Essex County, Middlesex County, Somerset County and Morris County. Somerset CountyCONTACT We Care, Inc.CONTACT We Care, Inc.
CONTACT We Care, Inc.Everyone needs someone to talk to. If you need help, please call us. Each year, CONTACT We Care answers more than 12,000 calls from individuals who are lonely, depressed, stressed or suicidal. Areas served: Union County, Essex County, Middlesex County, Somerset County and Morris County. Morris CountyCONTACT We Care, Inc.CONTACT We Care, Inc.
Council on Compulsive Gambling of NJWe have been helping problem and compulsive (pathological) gamblers and those affected by this illness since 1983. The Council on Compulsive Gambling of New Jersey, Inc. was one of the pioneers in the compulsive (pathological) gambling field and remains one of the leaders in providing professional and compassionate services to a wide range of audiences. We take no position neither for nor against legalized gambling. Our mission is to provide prevention, education and referral services to anyone affected by this illnessStatewideCouncil on Compulsive Gambling of NJCouncil on Compulsive Gambling of NJ
Crisis HotlineTrained volunteers use active listening skills to help callers with issues such as domestic violence, family relations, suicide, depression, and loneliness. Information and referrals are provided when necessary. Volunteers answer the phones 24 hours a day, so no one ever needs to feel alone with their problems. In Camden, Cumberland, Gloucester and Salem Counties.Salem CountyCONTACT Community HelplinesCONTACT Community Helplines
Crisis HotlineTrained volunteers use active listening skills to help callers with issues such as domestic violence, family relations, suicide, depression, and loneliness. Information and referrals are provided when necessary. Volunteers answer the phones 24 hours a day, so no one ever needs to feel alone with their problems. In Camden, Cumberland, Gloucester and Salem Counties.Gloucester CountyCONTACT Community HelplinesCONTACT Community Helplines
Crisis HotlineTrained volunteers use active listening skills to help callers with issues such as domestic violence, family relations, suicide, depression, and loneliness. Information and referrals are provided when necessary. Volunteers answer the phones 24 hours a day, so no one ever needs to feel alone with their problems. In Camden, Cumberland, Gloucester and Salem Counties.Cumberland CountyCONTACT Community HelplinesCONTACT Community Helplines
Crisis HotlineTrained volunteers use active listening skills to help callers with issues such as domestic violence, family relations, suicide, depression, and loneliness. Information and referrals are provided when necessary. Volunteers answer the phones 24 hours a day, so no one ever needs to feel alone with their problems. In Camden, Cumberland, Gloucester and Salem Counties.Camden CountyCONTACT Community HelplinesCONTACT Community Helplines
Debt Relief HotlineFor employees struggling with credit card debt (typically over $10,000), relief is available. This national agency will contact a family's creditors, reduce payments, interest, and even principal amounts owed. Harassing collection calls will stop. StatewideDebt Relief HotlineDebt Relief Hotline
Disaster Response ProgramOffers three program components: Response, Readiness, and Resilience to assist individuals, families and communities affected by disaster and traumatic loss. Ocean CountyAccess CenterCatholic Charities Diocese of Trenton
Discount Prescriptions HotlineEmployees can save between 20% and 40% on their prescription medications. No exam needed. National program. No need to make trips to the pharmacy, medication shipped to the home. Call for free information. StatewideDiscount Prescriptions HotlineDiscount Prescriptions Hotline
Division of Deaf and Hard of Hearing - DDHH HotlineThe Division of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (DDHH) advocates for people in New Jersey who are deaf or hard of hearing, a number estimated to be as high as 720,000. With an operating budget of $740,000 for FY 2006 and nine staff, it assists them in numerous ways to gain access to programs, services and information routinely available to people upon request. Although DDHH once was involved primarily with trying to improve employment and vocational opportunities,today it assists people who are deaf and hard of hearing with a host of social, legal, medical, educational and recreational issues. Devices that assist people with hearing loss are on display for hands-on demonstration. These devices include TTYs, VCO telephones,smoke detectors, doorbell signalers, assistive listening devices et.al. One may visit the center by calling the Division at 800-792-8339 V/TTY or 609-984-7281 V/TTY to schedule an appointment. StatewideDivision of Deaf and Hard of Hearing - DDHH HotlineDivision of Deaf and Hard of Hearing - DDHH Hotline
Division of Developmental Disabilities - DDD HotlineAs part of its services provision, DDD offers case management , residential services , and various family support services that help both people with developmental disabilities and their families. DDD services also include the provision of day programs , which help the consumer develop vocational skills and learn how to use community resources; supported employment services , which help the consumer develop job skills, such as group interaction, teach the consumer about volunteerism, and offer job coaching to help consumers remain employed. DDD also helps with guardianship procedures and offers opportunities for active senior citizens to care for people with special needs in the New Jersey Foster Grandparent and Senior Companion Program \ Volunteer Opportunities StatewideDivision of Developmental Disabilities - DDD HotlineDivision of Developmental Disabilities - DDD Hotline
Division of Disability Services - DDS HotlineThe Division serves as a single point of entry for people with disabilities seeking information on the human services system. With an operating budget of $373,801,000 for FY 2006 and 29 employees, The Division of Disability Services administers programs that allow people with different types of disabilities to live more independently in the community and in many cases avoid the need to move into an institution.StatewideDivision of Disability Services - DDS HotlineDivision of Disability Services - DDS Hotline
Division of Family Development - DFD HotlineThe Division of Family Development (DFD) provides leadership and supervision to the public and private agencies that deliver financial aid and support services to individuals and families. DFD has an operating budget of nearly $1.5 billion for FY 2006, with the capacity for 505 employees.The DFD's primary task is to direct the state's welfare program, Work First New Jersey (WFNJ). WFNJ and Food Stamps, a federally funded food assistance program for low-income families, are administered by the county welfare agencies in each of the 21 counties, and by certain municipal welfare departments. DFD provides funding, information management services and administrative support. StatewideDivision of Family Development - DFD HotlineDivision of Family Development
Division of Youth and Family Services-DYFS HotlineUnder the umbrella of the agency's mission, the Division of Youth and Family Services operates within twelve guiding principles. These principles are consistent with our goals of safety, permanency, and well-being and are our prevailing philosophy as we serve children and families. StatewideDivision of Youth and Family Services-DYFS HotlineDivision of Youth and Family Services-DYFS Hotline
Domestic Violence Crisis Response Teamshave joined with municipal police departments to accompany victims and their children at police stations. The specially trained volunteers provide emotional support and valuable information during this difficult time.Monmouth CountyHotlines for Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault180 Turning Lives Around, Inc.
Domestic Violence HotlineTo create, promote and expand the rights and opportunities for all women in the State of New Jersey. The Division conducts research leading to public policy to support the development, coordination and evaluation of programs and services for women. StatewideDomestic Violence HotlineDomestic Violence Hotline
Domestic Violence HotlineFor victims and their children in need of crisis counseling and/or a safe haven from abuse, as well as information, appointments and referral. Camden CountyDomestic Violence HotlineYWCA/SOLACE
Domestic Violence Response TeamProvidence House Domestic Violence Services, provides training, supervision, and guidance to teams of community volunteers who speak to victims immediately following a domestic violence incident at the local police station or hospital. Burlington CountyAccess CenterCatholic Charities Diocese of Trenton
Domestic Violence Response Team-DVRTDARCC’s DVRT is made up of confidential volunteer advocates who respond to police stations when a victim of domestic violence is brought there after reporting a domestic violence incident. Currently DVRT advocates respond to both State Police Barracks and the Mansfield Township police department in Warren County. Our team leader is in the process of reaching out to local police stations to expand our services. DVRT advocates meet with victims to provide crisis intervention, support, and information referrals. Warren CountyOutreach CounselingDomestic Abuse and Rape Crisis Center (DARCC)
Emergency SafehouseEmergency Safe House in suburban Essex County, with Kosher provisions under the supervision of the Va'ad of MetroWest (up to 90 days stay). Essex CountyThe Rachael CoalitionJewish Family Service of Metrowest-Main Office
Emergency Safe House-Providence HouseConfidentially located emergency safe house that enables victims and their children to escape danger and to begin the healing proces. Burlington CountyAccess CenterCatholic Charities Diocese of Trenton
Emergency ShelterThe Shelter provides short-term emergency housing in a safe, confidential location where victims of domestic violence can begin to recover and plan for a life free of violence. Shelter staff provides individual counseling for clients and their children, along with information and referral services. Mercer County24 Hour HotlineWomanspace, Inc,
Emergency Shelter24-hour emergency and protective housing in a confidential location for you and your children to stay until your domestic violence crisis passes or you are able to relocate. Essex CountyEmergency ShelterBabyland Family Services, Inc.
Emergency ShelterEMERGENCY SHELTERS provide 24-hour emergency shelter, hotline, information and referral and advocacy services. Essex CountyEmergency ShelterThe Safe House
Emergency ShelterA 21-bed shelter in a confidential location. In addition to safe housing, clients receive food, transportation, counseling, group support, and assistance with financial and legal needs; housing and job search. a full-time children's counselor and Art Therapy is available for children in shelter to reduce effects of battering. Over 96 women and 85 children received shelter in 2004. Middlesex CountyEmergency ShelterWomen Aware, Inc.
Emergency ShelterThe domestic violence program provides emergency shelter for women and their children as well as full spectrum of ancillary support services. Any woman who is physically and mentally able to care for herself and her children in a congregate living environment and who is homeless as a result of domestic violence or sexual assault is eligible for PCWC shelter services. Though the center serves primarily mothers and their minor children, single battered women without children are also eligible. Passaic CountyPassaic County Women's CenterPassaic County Women's Center
Emergency ShelterEMERGENCY SHELTERS provide 24-hour emergency shelter, hotline, information and referral and advocacy services. Union CountyProject Protect YWCA of Eastern Union County
Emergency ShelterEMERGENCY SHELTERS provide 24-hour emergency shelter, hotline, information and referral and advocacy services. Salem CountySalem County Women's ServicesSalem County Women's Services
Emergency ShelterEMERGENCY SHELTERS provide 24-hour emergency shelter, hotline, information and referral and advocacy services. Gloucester CountyServices Empowering Rights of Victims-SERVCenter for Family Services
Emergency Shelter24-hour emergency and protective housing in a confidential location for you and your children to stay until your domestic violence crisis passes or you are able to relocate. Atlantic CountyThe Violence Intervention ProgramThe Atlantic County Women's Center
Emergency Sheltersprovide 24-hour emergency shelter, hotline, information and referral and advocacy services. Camden CountyEmergency SheltersYWCA/SOLACE
Free Bankruptcy Advice HotlineEmployees who cannot use other debt solutions may need to speak with an attorney. The nation's largest consumer law firm has made this hotline available. Employees may call for a free conversation to discuss whether debt relief under bankruptcy makes sense for them. StatewideFree Bankruptcy Advice HotlineFree Bankruptcy Advice Hotline
Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender National HotlineThe Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender National Hotline provides telephone and email peer-counseling, as well as factual information and local resources for cities and towns across the United States. All of our services are free and confidential. We speak with callers of all ages about coming-out issues, relationship concerns, HIV/AIDS anxiety and safer-sex information, and lots more!StatewideGay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender National HotlineGay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender National Hotline
Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender National Youth TalklineThe GLBT National Youth Talkline provides telephone and email peer-counseling, as well as factual information and local resources for cities and towns across the United States. All of our services are free and confidential. Our telephone volunteers are in their teens and early twenties, and we speak with teens and young adults up to age 25 about coming-out issues, relationship concerns, parent issues, school problems, HIV/AIDS anxiety and safer-sex information, and lots more! We also maintain the largest resource database of its kind in the world, with over 18,000 listings. Our database contains information on social and support groups, as well as gay-friendly religious organizations, sports leagues, student groups and more.StatewideGay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender National HotlineGay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender National Hotline
Good Neighbors - Community Living for People with DisabilitiesOur goal is to be responsive to your concerns, and ensure that our community homes continue to be an asset to both the residents and their neighborhoods. Consider the following: Most group homes for people with physical or mental disabilities qualify for a Council on Affordable Housing (COAH) bonus. Group homes may qualify for a "two-for-one" credit, based upon the number of bedrooms, toward a municipality’s COAH obligation. There are concerns that people with disabilities are dangerous and pose a threat to your communities. We want to assure you that hundreds of community living programs, developed during the last two decades, have proven that people with disabilities are good citizens. If people are considered to be a danger to themselves or others, a community living program is not recommended for them. StatewideGood Neighbors - Community Living for People with DisabilitiesGood Neighbors - Community Living for People with Disabilities
HelplineWHW’s Help-Line is a free confidential counseling, information and referral service. The Help-Line provides a valuable resource where women, teens and girls can find the emotional support of an objective listener and a personal connection to our other programs and services. The Help-Line also serves as a community resource, providing appropriate referrals to meet specific needs. callers can speak to a counselor who is caring and understanding and who can connect them to the information and services they need. In addition to the telephone Help-Line, WHW also provides Help-Line services via email. While not a crisis service, the phone and email Help-Line are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. There is live coverage on the phones Monday through Thursday from 9am to 9pm with call back coverage at other times.Middlesex CountyWomen Helping WomenWomen Helping Women
Hispanic Older Adult ServicesThis program assists Hispanic older adults who would otherwise be blocked by language/cultural barriers from identifying and using social services and community resources for which they qualify. The program provides information about community services, referrals, translation/interpretation, and advocacy counseling. Union CountyMount Carmel Guild Behavioral HealthcareCatholic Charities Archdiocese of Newark-CCS
Hotline24 hour hotline - allows contact for emergency assistance of food and shelter throgh volunteers who answer the phones in their own homes.Sussex CountyHotlineSamaritan Inn
Hotlines for Domestic Violence & Sexual AssaultOur hotlines are the 24 hour supportive connection for individuals in crisis. Providing immediate counseling and critical information for callers, the hotlines are also a referral agent to our safe house, the sexual assault crisis response team, court assistance and counseling programs.Monmouth CountyHotlines for Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault180 Turning Lives Around, Inc.
Hunterdon HelplineHunterdon Helplines is a 24-hour a day, 7-day a week, 365-day a year professional compassionate listening service. Hunterdon Helpline's services include: 1) Information and referral via direct transfer to all public and private social service and government agencies in Hunterdon County. 2) Arrange for shelter and food for the homeless nights, weekends and holidays in Hunterdon and Somerset County. 3) Communication after-hours for LINK bus drivers, riders and family's. 4) Telephone Reassurance calls to visit and check in. 5) Hunterdon Helpline is a NJ SHARES Intake Agency for Warren, Hunterdon and Somerset Counties. Call to see if you qualify for utility assistance.Hunterdon CountyHunterdon HelplineHunterdon Helpline
Hyacinth AIDS FoundationOffers Information Statewide on HIV prevention, Case management, support groups, discharge plans for positive prisoners, treatment advocacy, education and training, counseling (pastoral) and testing for HIV/AIDS.StatewideHyacinth AIDS FoundationHyacinth AIDS Foundation
Information & ReferralCFPC is a countywide substance abuse Information Referral Center. CFPC's professional staff offers impartial referrals to detoxification programs, long/short term treatment and 12-step meetings.Sussex CountyInformation & ReferralCenter for Prevention & Counseling
Information & Referral-I&RMHA fields hundreds of calls monthly from individuals seeking referrals to local mental health assistance they or someone they know so desperately need. This service also provides a directory to anyone needing information, assistance or counseling in Monmouth County, at no charge. Monmouth CountyInformation & Referral-I&RMental Health Association of Monmouth County
Intergroup Committee of Alcoholics Anonymous of NJ Inc.Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men & women whose primary purpose is to stay sober & help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety. AA is a self-supporting fellowship not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization or institution.Union CountyIntergroup Committee of Alcoholics Anonymous of NJ Inc.Intergroup Committee of Alcoholics Anonymous of NJ Inc.
Kinship Navigator Program HotlineThe Division of Family Development offers a variety of support services and financial aid to Kinship Caregivers. Kinship caregivers may be eligible for monthly payments through the federal Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) program, and the children under their care may be eligible for Medicaid health insurance. Note: The Kinship program administered by DFD serves children who have no involvement with DYFS; DYFS also has a Kinship program, which serves children who receive other DYFS servicesStatewideKinship Navigator Program HotlineKinship Navigator Program Hotline
LifeNetThe 9/11 Mental Health & Supstance Abuse Program- If you still don't feel like yourself, you may still be feeling the effects of 9/11 – and so might your family. It can take a while to recognize your symptoms: sleeplessness, headaches, feeling afraid to go out or drinking too much, for instance. You and your family may be eligible to receive mental health or substance abuse treatment for free or at low cost, if you were directly affected by the 9/11 attacks. This program is available regardless of where you live, your insurance coverage, or your immigration status. You choose the type of treatment and the licensed provider. Coverage is retroactive to 9/11/01 and will cover services received on or prior to December 31, 2007. The program is funded by the American Red Cross and administered by the Mental Health Association of New York City. Financial assistance for treatment is retroactive to September 11, 2001 and will cover dates of service through December 31, 2007. That means if you are eligible and you received treatment after the initial attacks, your out-of-pocket costs may still be covered. Please call by or before the January 2, 2007 enrollment deadline. LifeNetLifeNet
Low Income Home Energy Assistance - LIHEAP HotlineThe Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) is a federally funded program, jointly administered by the Department of Human Services, Division of Family Development, and the Department of Community Affairs. LIHEAP provides subsidies to help low-income families and individuals pay for home heating costs or heating bills associated with rent. In addition to the heating assistance benefit, households may also be eligible for emergency energy assistance and medically necessary cooling assistance. To be eligible for LIHEAP benefits, the applicant household must be responsible for home heating costs, either directly or included in the rent, and must meet income eligibility requirements. StatewideLow Income Home Energy Assistance - LIHEAP HotlineLow Income Home Energy Assistance - LIHEAP Hotline
Medicaid Fraud and Abuse HotlineMedicaid Fraud and Abuse HotlineStatewideMedicaid Fraud and Abuse HotlineMedicaid Fraud and Abuse Hotline
Medicaid Medical Assistance HotlineThis division administers the Medicaid program for families and individuals on public assistance and the NJ FamilyCare health insurance program for low-income working families who have no insurance. StatewideMedicaid Medical Assistance HotlineMedicaid Medical Assistance Hotline
Mental Health ServicesInformation/referral or crisis intervention for youth, adolescents or adults regarding consultation, education, emergencies, in-patient or out-patient services, partial and residential care, as well as management of the Youth Incentive Program (YIP) subcontract with a local community based provider. Staff support is provided to the Mental Health Board (MHB), its Firewatch Committee, the County Assessment Resource Team (CART), the County InterAgency Coordinating Committee (CIACC), and other committees, subcommittees, task forces, etc. Union CountyDivision of PlanningUnion County Department of Human Services
Mobile Response and Stabilization ServicesMobile Response and Stabilization Services are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to help children and youth who are experiencing emotional or behavioral crises. The services are designed to defuse an immediate crisis, keep children and their families safe, and maintain the children in their own homes or current living situation (such as a foster home, treatment home or group home) in the community. StatewideDepartment of Children and FamiliesDepartment of Children and Families
Mom 2 Mom HelplineThe Mom 2 Mom Helpline offers a mother of a child with special needs in Essex or Union County the following services: 1) Mom 2 Mom Peer Support 2) Mom 2 Mom Clinical Assessment 3) Mom 2 Mom Network 4) Mom 2 Mom Support Groups Essex CountyMom 2 Mom HelplineMom 2 Mom Helpline
Mortgage Payment AssistanceFor employees falling behind on mortgage payments, this national agency will work with their mortgage company to arrange a workout plan to catch up missed payments. Housing counselors will discuss all options available to avoid foreclosure. Agency does not make loans or buy property. StatewideMortgage Payment AssistanceMortgage Payment Assistance
New Jersey Adult Protective Service ProvidersInvestigate Elderly negligence in home or facility enviroment.StatewideArea Agency on Aging - AAAThe New Jersey Department of Human Services (DHS)
New Jersey Al-Anon & AlateenWelcome to Al-Anon and Alateen of New Jersey. This site is intended for members of Al-Anon or Alateen, those who are troubled by someone's drinking, health care professionals who treat families of alcoholics, or anyone interested in Al-Anon or Alateen. StatewideNew Jersey Al-Anon & AlateenNew Jersey Al-Anon & Alateen
New Jersey Disaster Critical Incident Stress Response - NJDCISRNJDCISR was established through a grant offered by the New Jersey Office of Victim Witness Advocacy. It allowed the Office of Employee and Organization Development (OEOD) to provide critical incident stress management services to first responders victimized by disaster responses after September 11, 2001. StatewideNew Jersey Disaster Critical Incident Stress Response - NJDCISRNew Jersey Disaster Critical Incident Stress Response - NJDCISR
New Jersey SharesNew Jersey SHARES helps households that have fallen behind on their utility bills due to a temporary financial crisis. A financial crisis can happen to anyone, regardless of age, income or family situation. A crisis is often due to unforeseen circumstances, such as a job loss or illness. We provide assistance to households that are not eligible for other types of public assistance. Applicants must demonstrate a temporary financial need and a history of good-faith payments to their energy provider.StatewideNew Jersey SharesNew Jersey Shares
New Jersey Suicide Prevention HopelineNew Jersey's 24/7 Peer Support & Suicide Prevention Hotline When you want to give up, tell yourself you will hold off for just one more day, hour, minute — then call us. Need someone to talk to? We are here to help. Our specialists are available for confidential telephone counseling and support 24 hours a day, 7 day per week. You’re not alone … we are only a phone call away. StatewideUniversity Behavioral Healthcare-UBHCRutgers University Behavioral Health Care
NJ Addition Services HotlineIn January 2015, the Governor announced that the Division is developing an interim managing entity (IME) for addiction services as the first phase in the overall reform of behavioral health services for adults in NJ. University Behavioral Health Care (UBHC) will be the IME with an implementation date of 7/1/15. The IME will serve as a single point of entry for those seeking treatment for substance use disorders. The IME will ensure that individuals are receiving the right level of care for the right duration at the right intensity. This will allow the state to manage its resources across payors and across the continuum of care.StatewideUniversity Behavioral Healthcare-UBHCRutgers University Behavioral Health Care
NJ Coalition for Battered WomenNJ Coalition for Battered Women Website, a guide to services in NJ for Victims of Domestic Violence.StatewideNJ Coalition for Battered WomenNJ Coalition for Battered Women
NJ Coalition for Battered WomenNJ Coalition for Battered Women Website, a guide to services in NJ for Victims of Domestic Violence.StatewideNJ Coalition for Battered WomenNJ Coalition for Battered Women
NJ FamilyCare HotlineNJ FamilyCare is a federal and state funded health insurance program created to help New Jersey's uninsured children and certain low-income parents and guardians to have affordable health coverage. It is not a welfare program. NJ FamilyCare is for families who do not have available or affordable employer insurance, and cannot afford to pay the high cost of private health insurance.StatewideNJ FamilyCare HotlineNJ FamilyCare Hotline
NJ Food Stamps HotlineFood stamps are available to low-income households, including families, couples without children, individuals, seniors, disabled persons, legal immigrants and victims of family violence.StatewideNJ Food Stamps HotlineNJ Food Stamps Hotline
NJ Inclusive Child CareThe NJ Inclusive Child Care Project provides: Free information (in English and Spanish) about laws affecting inclusion and child care (early childhood and after-school programs). Free information about available services and resources in New Jersey for children with special needs. Free workshops (in English and Spanish) on inclusion awareness as well as 'how to' workshops for parents and service providers conducted by nationally acclaimed early childhood experts. Free telephone technical assistance regarding early childhood and after school inclusion using our toll-free hotline and/or the Resource and Referral staff of the county-based Unified Child Care Agencies (see list) Free on-site technical assistance and support to child care providers and after school programs on including children with special needs. StatewideNJ Inclusive Child CareStatewide Parent Advocacy Network, Inc. - SPAN
NJ Psychiatric AssociationThe New Jersey Psychiatric Association is a professional organization of about 900 physicians qualified by training and experience in the treatment of mental illness. Founded in 1935, NJPA is a District Branch of the American Psychiatric Association and is the official voice of organized psychiatry in New Jersey.StatewideNJ Psychiatric AssociationNJ Psychiatric Association
NJ Psychological AssociationThe New Jersey Psychological Association (NJPA) is the professional organization representing 2,000 psychologists throughout the State. Our mission is to advance psychology as a science, as a profession, and as a means of promoting human welfare in a challenging and changing environment. *Limited Medicaid Providers. *Limited Sex Offender Therapists. StatewideNJ Psychological AssociationNJ Psychological Association
NY Coalition for Asian American Mental HealthTo improve the quality of mental health care services available to the Asian American population in the New York City metropolitan area. NY Coalition for Asian American Mental Health NY Coalition for Asian American Mental Health
Office for the DisabledInformation/referral, crisis intervention or direct services for people with disabilities, on topics including accessibility, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), assistive technology, education, employment, housing, independent living, law/civil rights legal assistance, recreation/social activities, rehabilitation and transportation. The Office advances greater independence for people with disabilities through consumer advocacy, as well as management of subcontracts with providers for the Personal Assistance Services Program (PASP). Staff support is provided to the Advisory Board for the Disabled (ABD), its subcommittees, and the Americans with Disabilities Advisory (ADA) Committee. Union CountyDivision of PlanningUnion County Department of Human Services
Oxford House HotlineOxford House is a concept in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. In its simplest form, an Oxford House describes a democratically run, self-supporting and drug free home. Parallel to this concept lies the organizational structure of Oxford House, Inc. This publicly supported, non-profit 501(c)3 corporation is the umbrella organization which provides the network connecting all Oxford Houses and allocates resources to duplicate the Oxford House concept where needs arise. The number of residents in a House may range from six to fifteen; there are houses for men, houses for women, and houses which accept women with children. Oxford Houses flourish in metropolitan areas, such as New York City and Washington D.C. and thrive in such diverse communities, as Hawaii, Washington State, Canada and Australia; but they all abide by the basic criteria. Each House represents a remarkably effective and low cost method of preventing relapse. This was the purpose of the first Oxford House established in 1975, and this purpose is served, day by day, house after house, in each of over 1,000 houses in the United States today. StatewideOxford House HotlineOxford House Hotline
Parents Anonymous of New Jersey Inc.Parents Anonymous of New Jersey, Inc. is a nationally chartered organization designed to strengthen families through its unique self-help model. Parents Anonymous of New Jersey, Inc. is a private, non-profit organization. This non-profit organization provides a broad spectrum of confidential, community based, culturally appropriate, and readily accessible services in order to prevent child abuse and neglect and strengthen families.StatewideParents Anonymous of New Jersey Inc.Parents Anonymous of New Jersey Inc.
Patient Services Compliance Unit24 Hours per day, seven days a week Toll-Free Hotline to report suspected Patient Abuse and/or Professional Misconduct. StatewidePatient Services Compliance UnitPatient Services Compliance Unit
PerformCarePerformCare is the statewide Contracted System Administrator (CSA) for the Division of Child Behavioral Health Services (DCBHS). As the CSA, PerformCare is committed to getting children, youth, young adults and their family/caregivers the services that they need at the right time, and in the right place. This website is intended to be their resource for help and assistance. We welcome your feedback and comments.StatewidePerformCareChild Behavioral Health Services - DCBHS Hotline
Pharmaceutical Assist. to the Aged & Disabled - PAAD HotlineThe Pharmaceutical Assistance to the Aged and Disabled (PAAD) program, the Lifeline program, and the Hearing Aid Assistance to the Aged and Disabled (HAAAD) program are three State programs with similar eligibility guidelines.StatewidePharmaceutical Assist. to the Aged & Disabled - PAAD HotlinePharmaceutical Assist. to the Aged & Disabled - PAAD Hotline
Postpartum Mood Disorder - PPMD HotlineA postpartum mood disorder is a mental health disorder striking within the first year of giving birth. All women of childbearing age should be aware that a PPMD can strike any woman after delivery regardless of whether you are a first time mother or have had previous pregnancies.StatewidePostpartum Mood Disorder - PPMD HotlinePostpartum Mood Disorder - PPMD Hotline
Prevention Links, Inc.A private non-profit organization, that takes a leadership role in the prevention of alcohol, tobacco, substance abuse & related issues. Their goal is to provide information in substance prevention issues by providing programs & services in Union County with information & Referrals. Union CountyPrevention Links, Inc.Prevention Links, Inc.
Pride Center of New JerseyThe Pride Center of New Jersey, Inc. has been fulfilling the support and social needs of thousands of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered, and intersexed people since first opening its doors in 1994. Middlesex CountyPride Center of New JerseyPride Center of New Jersey
Public Health PreparednessThe public health response to a major outbreak of infectious disease or acts of bioterrorism that may manifest itself in our community requires planning from multiple agencies within the Local Public Health System. Preparedness for such an event requires the Monmouth County Health Department to develop ongoing partnerships with multiple agencies that bring together county, state and federal agencies to create an integrated response. A variety of preparedness activities are being undertaken throughout the county including coordinating efforts with our medical examiner, hospitals, labs, emergency management, physicians, pharmacists, veterinarians, schools, daycare centers, agencies and organizations. The Monmouth County Health Department includes a Haz-Mat staff, environmental staff, nurses and public health coordinators who are making every effort to actively pursue available training and education to respond to events which may affect our county. Monmouth County24 Hour ResponseMonmouth County Health Dept.
Rape and Sexual Assault CareStarted in 1980, this program serves more than 200 victims of sexual assault throughout Mercer County each year with a 24-hr hotline, hospital assistance, counseling. As prevention, the program also provides outreach and education to groups, primarily in schools, about avoiding sexual assault. It is offered in collaboration with the State of New Jersey division on Women.Mercer CountyYWCA of Trenton ProgramsYWCA of Trenton
Rape Care CenterThe Rape Care Center operates a 24-hour Rape Crisis Hotline, dispatch mobile volunteer Rape Care Advocates around the clock to support and accompany victims through medical and legal procedures on site in hospitals, police stations, and courts and provide professional crisis counseling as well as longer-term post-trauma counseling. Counseling services are available at convenient urban and suburban locations. Beginning on Tuesday, September 2, 2008, the support group for victims of sexual violence will meet weekly from 7:00-7:45 pm at 204 Claremont Avenue, Montclair, NJ 07042. For more information, please call Christine Ferro, LSW at 973-746-0800 ext. 22. Essex CountyCommunity Based ProgramFamily Service League, Inc.
Rape Care CenterThe Rape Care Center operates a 24-hour Rape Crisis Hotline, dispatch mobile volunteer Rape Care Advocates around the clock to support and accompany victims through medical and legal procedures on site in hospitals, police stations, and courts and provide professional crisis counseling as well as longer-term post-trauma counseling. Counseling services are available at convenient urban and suburban locations. Beginning on Tuesday, September 2, 2008, the support group for victims of sexual violence will meet weekly from 7:00-7:45 pm at 204 Claremont Avenue, Montclair, NJ 07042. For more information, please call Christine Ferro, LSW at 973-746-0800 ext. 22. Essex CountyCommunity Based ProgramFamily Service League, Inc.
Rape Crisis CenterThe Rape Crisis Center provides services to county reidents who are victims or survivors of sexual abuse. Services include individual, family and group counseling; a group for mothers of incest victims; a staff of qualified support counselors and 24-hour hotline. The center can accompany individuals to a hospital or court. Union CountyDivision of PlanningUnion County Department of Human Services
Rape Crisis CenterThe Rape Crisis Intervention Center (RCIC) of Middlesex County is a comprehensive program which offers quality health and supportive care free of cost to victims of sexual violence and their significant others, as well as information and referral to the community at large.Middlesex CountyHealth DepartmentMiddlesex County
Rape Crisis CenterThe Rape Crisis Intervention Center (RCIC) of Middlesex County is a comprehensive program which offers quality health and supportive care free of cost to victims of sexual violence and their significant others, as well as information and referral to the community at large.Middlesex CountyHealth DepartmentMiddlesex County
Reassurance HotlineReassurance volunteers make daily calls to the elderly who live alone, including the hearing impaired, to check on their well-being and to call for help if needed. A volunteer is often the only contact a client will have with the outside world on any given day. This daily call, seven days a week, helps our seniors live with dignity and a sense of safety and personal security. The service is provided at no cost and the confidentiality of the seniors and the volunteers are always protected. Reassurance volunteers are trained before being assigned a client. Training includes: listening skills, the aging process, loneliness, grief/loss and how to handle the daily calls. Camden CountyCONTACT Community HelplinesCONTACT Community Helplines
Reassurance HotlineReassurance volunteers make daily calls to the elderly who live alone, including the hearing impaired, to check on their well-being and to call for help if needed. A volunteer is often the only contact a client will have with the outside world on any given day. This daily call, seven days a week, helps our seniors live with dignity and a sense of safety and personal security. The service is provided at no cost and the confidentiality of the seniors and the volunteers are always protected. Reassurance volunteers are trained before being assigned a client. Training includes: listening skills, the aging process, loneliness, grief/loss and how to handle the daily calls. Gloucester CountyCONTACT Community HelplinesCONTACT Community Helplines
Resources and Services for Older Adults and Their FamiliesServices for older adults and their families include: Single Session Family Consultations, Mental Health, Care Management, Home Visits, Information and Referrals, Educational Groups, Support Groups for Care Givers, and Geriatric Assessments. Mercer CountyJewish Family & Children's Service ProgramsJewish Family & Children's Service of Greater Mercer County
Safe Haven for Infants HotlineAnonymous Drop-Off For Unwanted Infants In New Jersey, the Safe Haven Infant Protection Act allows an individual to give up an unwanted infant with no fear of arrest or prosecution. No names or records are required. The parents — or someone acting on their behalf — can bring a baby less than 30 days old to any hospital emergency room or police station. The Division of Youth and Family Services will immediately take the child into custody and place the infant in a foster or pre-adoptive home.StatewideSafe Haven for Infants HotlineSafe Haven for Infants Hotline
Safe HouseSafe House is a short term home that provides the residents with safety and support in a confidential location. Healing begins with: Counselors who are available 24 hours a day, Understanding the dynamics of domestic violence, Empowering residents to make their own decisions, and Advocacy with other social service agencies. Somerset County24 Hour HotlineResource Center for Women & Their Families
Senior Health Insurance-SHIPSenior Health Insurance Program, which provides Medicare, Medicaid and other insurance beneficiaries, with assistance to handle their health insurance claims and bills.Hudson CountyOutpatientChrist Hospital
Services Empowering the Rights of VictimsSERV is the NJ State Designated Sexual Trauma Services provider for Camden and Gloucester counties. SERV provides assistance to victims/survivors of sexual violence age 12 and older. Survivors are female or male, young or old, recent or past victims of sexual violence. Services include advocacy, crisis intervention, counseling, support groups and accompaniments to hospitals, law enforcement agencies and court. SERV protects the rights of survivors to ensure they are treated with compassion and dignity. Support is offered for those close to the survivor through education, guidance and counseling. Camden CountyServices Empowering the Rights of VictimsCenter for Family Services
Sexual AssaultIndividuals that have been sexually assaulted need specialized care. Services include: advocates provide accompaniments to court, police departments, and emergency rooms to survivors of sexual violence, Crisis intervention and telephone, individual and group counseling for victims and their significant others.Salem CountySalem County Women's ServicesSalem County Women's Services
Sexual Assault Crisis CenterThe Sexual Assault Crisis Center includes counselors and volunteers who provide support and comfort to rape victims throughout Camden and Gloucester Counties. Services include: Accompanying victims to hospitals, courts and law enforcement agencies, Crisis intervention and telephone, individual and group counseling for victims and their significant others, Educational presentations to school and community groups designed to increase awareness and prevent crime, Sensitivity training for professionals who provide services to victims, such as hospital personnel and police. Gloucester CountyServices Empowering Rights of Victims-SERVCenter for Family Services
Sexual Assault HotlineSexual Assault Program Hotline - (973) 829-0587 Hotline counselors are available 24/7. Callers receive confidential support and crisis counseling from a professional therapist.Morris CountySexual Assault ProgramMorristown Memorial Hospital
Sexual Assault HotlineSexual Assault Program Hotline - (973) 829-0587 Hotline counselors are available 24/7. Callers receive confidential support and crisis counseling from a professional therapist.Morris CountySexual Assault ProgramMorristown Memorial Hospital
Sexual Assault Response Team-SARTDARCC provides confidential advocates to accompany survivors of sexual assault to hospitals, police stations, and court when requested by the survivor. All confidential advocates, whether paid staff or volunteers, have completed the forty-hour training mandated by the State of New Jersey. These confidential advocates provide professional services to the survivors and their significant others. Warren CountyOutreach CounselingDomestic Abuse and Rape Crisis Center (DARCC)
Sexual Assault Support Services-SASSHelp is available for survivors, family and friends: 24-hour hotline and crisis counseling, Hospital and police accompaniment, Empowerment and support to make decisions, Information and referrals services, Individual and group counseling for victims, significant others, and families, Speakers and community education, and Volunteer Advocate training. SASS is now offering a Survivors of Sexual Violence Group, a free and confidential support group for women who have experienced sexual assault and abuse. Intake and evaluation process is required. Confidential evaluation for and treatment of STIs is provided. Emphasis is on preventing initial or subsequent infections and transmission. Somerset CountyHealth ServicesWomen's Health and Counseling Center
Sexual Assuault/OutreachThe sexual assault program staff provides crisis intervention, emotional support, information and referral services through the 24 hour hotline, companionship during medical attention and criminal justice procedures, and support groups for survivors, as well as outreach and community education. The problem of sexual violence is addressed through a broad range of activities, including direct services and education prevention programs amid at reducing the incidents of sexual assault in Passaic County. Services are free and confidential.Passaic CountyPassaic County Women's CenterPassaic County Women's Center
ShelterThe Shelter provides short-term emergency housing in a safe, confidential location where victims of domestic violence can begin to recover and plan for a life free of violence. Shelter staff provides individual counseling for clients and their children, along with information and referral services.Sussex County24 Hour HotlineDomestic Abuse Services, Inc.
St. Francis Counseling ServiceSt. Francis Community Center provides year-round educational, social, recreational and self-development activities and programs for all ages. Ocean CountySt. Francis Counseling ServiceSt. Francis Counseling Service
Student Loan Relief HotlineThis agency works for students and graduates who wish to reduce their monthly payments by consolidating. Experts in all options available, counselors will evaluate current student debt load and seek ways to provide relief. Candidates must have over $10,000 in Student Loan debt, and not be more than 150 days past due. StatewideStudent Loan Relief HotlineStudent Loan Relief Hotline
Suicide Prevention Lifelineis a 24-hour, toll-free suicide prevention service available to anyone in suicidal crisis. You will be routed to the closest possible crisis center in your area, to provide immediate assistance to anyone seeking mental health services. Call for yourself, or someone you care about. Your call is free and confidential. StatewideSuicide Prevention LifelineSuicide Prevention Lifeline
Sussex County Help Line Inc.The Sussex County Help Line is a small, non-profit volunteer based agency serving the community since 1978. Our 34 line members are men and women from all walks of life who complete an extensive training course. The training course develops strong listening skills and a solid knowledge of all available local resources. Thanks to United Way funding and the commitment of all volunteers, this service is available free of charge to all county residents 24 hours a day - 365 days a year.Sussex CountySussex County Help Line Inc.Sussex County Help Line Inc.
Tax Relief HotlineThis national agency works directly with the IRS on behalf of citizens who generally owe over $10,000 in back taxes. Services include: offers in compromise, payment plans, innocent spouse relief, and relief from garnishments. Consultations are free. StatewideTax Relief HotlineTax Relief Hotline
Teen Pregnancy InitiativeThis initiative opens the Family Helpline to teens who fear they may be pregnant and need a confidential resource for help. Staffed by trained volunteers, this line is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. StatewideParents Anonymous of New Jersey Inc.Parents Anonymous of New Jersey Inc.
The C.A.R.L. LineThe C.A.R.L. line is an innovative program in youth suicide prevention. It is a 24-hour/seven-day telephone “Resource Line” for anyone you needs information regarding suicidal ideation in youth. Trained Clinical Specialists answer the C.A.R.L. Line. They can provide important information to parents, teachers, and other youth workers that help them to identify and assist youth who are possibly experiencing suicidal ideation. C.A.R.L. is a confidential and free service. Union CountyThe Jason Foundation, Inc.Summit Oaks Hospital
The Division of Mental Health Services-DMHS HotlineThe Division of Mental Health Services (DMHS) serves adults with serious and persistent mental illnesses. Central to the Division's mission is the fact that these individuals are entitled to dignified and meaningful lives. With an operating budget of $588,377,000 for FY 2005 and 5,700 employees, services are available to anyone in the state who feels they need help with a mental health problem. To learn more about how to receive services: StatewideThe Division of Mental Health ServicesThe New Jersey Department of Human Services (DHS)
The Family HelplineThe only 24 hour statewide phone line dedicated to family issues. This line offers a place to vent, informaiton and referrals and crisis intervention. StatewideParents Anonymous of New Jersey Inc.Parents Anonymous of New Jersey Inc.
THE TREVOR LIFELINEThe Trevor Lifeline is the only nationwide, around-the-clock suicide prevention and crisis intervention lifeline for LGBTQ youth. The Trevor Lifeline is a free and confidential service that offers hope and someone to talk to, 24/7. Volunteer Lifeline counselors staff our three call centers, The Randy Stone Call Center East Coast, The Randy Stone Call Center West Coast and The Harvey Milk Call Center. Each year, tens of thousands of calls are fielded from young people across the country. The Trevor Lifeline is accredited as an exemplary crisis intervention program by the American Association for Suicidology (AAS). StatewideThe Trevor ProjectThe Trevor Project
Veterans Counseling HotlineThe new toll free number will provide immediate assistance to veterans suffering from psychological or emotional distress as well as those having difficulty re-assimilating back into civilian life following the conclusion of their mobilization for active duty service. The toll free helpline, which is accessible 24/7 by dialing 1-866 VETS-NJ4U (1-866-838-7654) will be coordinated by UMDNJ's University Behavioral HealthCare, and will feature peer counseling, clinical assessment, assistance to family members and will provide New Jersey veterans and their families with access to a comprehensive Mental Health Provider Network of mental health professionals specializing in PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) and other veterans issues. All services are free and confidential. StatewideVeterans Counseling HotlineVeterans Counseling Hotline
Warren County Dept. of Human ServicesA government agency that provides information and referrals to community based agencies. Linked with the Office of Aging and county welfare agency.Warren CountyWarren County Dept. of Human ServicesWarren County Dept. of Human Services
Work First NJ HotlineThe state's welfare reform program, Work First NJ, emphasizes work as the first step toward building a new life and a brighter future. Our goal is to help people get off welfare, secure employment and become self-sufficient, through job training, education and work activities. Under the supervision of the NJ Division of Family Development (DFD), the 21 county welfare agencies administer the TANF program. These agencies also administer the GA program in most cases, although about one-third of New Jersey's 566 municipalities maintain their own welfare offices to serve those clients. For more information, contact your county welfare agency. StatewideWork First NJ HotlineWork First NJ Hotline

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