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Outpatient Treatment for Substance Abuse
The Union County Department of Parks & Recreation offers recreational programs for people with disabilities year-round for children age 5 through adult.
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.
We seek to provide counseling, human resouce direction, and psychotherapeutic services of the highest quality to the community.
Pathways, with The Connection for Women and Families, is a non-profit program that provides support, education, and wellness programs for women with cancer.
We offer a safe and affordable place to go for help when faced with life changes. Support groups for women and children; career planning; legal and financial guidance; computer classes; workshops; and RISE Institute (Reaching Into Self Empowerment), which provides women experiencing life transitions with education and skills to reach their goals. All programs nonsectarian. Volunteer opportunitites available.
The Mothers' Center of Central New Jersey, inc. is a non-profit, non-sectarian organization founded in 1978 that provides friendship, education, outreach, and support for parents.
MOMIE is a non-profit organization for parents of mutiple-birth children living in and around Essex County. The group usually meets at St. Barnabas Medical Center.
The Holistic Moms Network™ is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization connecting parents who are interested in holistic health and green living. We encourage moms to trust their instincts, parent from the heart, use their innate sense of what is best for their children, live in balance with the Earth, and learn about the pros and cons of all healthcare and parenting options.
Point Foundation provides financial support, leadership training, mentoring, and hope to meritorious students who are marginalized due to sexual orientation, gender identity, and/or gender expression.
Point Foundation empowers promising LGBTQ students to achieve their full academic and leadership potential – despite the obstacles often put before them – to make a significant impact on society.
Rainbow Families of New Jersey (RFNJ) is an all-volunteer, non-profit 501(c3) organization dedicated to serving the needs of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transsexual (LGBT) parents, their children, and those interested in becoming parents.
The mission of Rainbow Families of New Jersey (RFNJ) is four-fold:
- To provide a means for New Jersey’s LBGT parents to form community.
- To support LGBT people in their efforts to become parents.
- To foster an awareness of and respect for LGBT-headed households to the general public.
- To advocate for the issues and concerns that face LGBT-headed families
Hudson Pride Connections (HPC) is a non-profit organization bridging the gap in services and responding to the unmet needs of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community, as well as HIV positive people of any orientation/identity, through supportive social services, prevention, outreach, advocacy, and development trainings for other service providers, to educate, empower, and unite all of our communities.
We are a team of mental and behavioral health professionals providing caring and effective psychiatric treatment and/or psychotherapy counseling for adults, couples, aging, teenagers and children. We provide individual, group, family and marital therapy sessions. We are passionate about our work and our team truly delivers an exceptional level of care.
Goodwill Industries, through the power of work, will enhance the quality and dignity of life for individuals, families, and communitites. We will strive to overcome barriers to opportunity for people in need and facilitate empowerment, self-help, and service. Goodwill Industries empowers individuals with disabilities and other barriers to employment to gain independence through the power of work.
UC Shout! is a program of the Youth Services-Union County Human Services
UC Shout! (Union County Students Helping-Out) strives to expand the number if students engaged in valuable community service and volunteer work. We believe these experiences will enable students to use their talents, skills, and critical thinking to affect positive change in their communitites.
Princeton House Behavioral Health (PHBH) is the premier provider of inpatient, partial hospital and intensive outpatient services in central New Jersey for patients with mental health, substance abuse or co-occurring disorders. PHBH also offers state-of-the-art Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT) for adults with treatment-resistant depression.
New Jersey Travel Independence Program: NJ TIP Inc. is a nonprofit organization dedicated to increasing the independence and self-sufficiency of people with disabilities, older adults and others by empowering them to use the public transit system safely and independently.
Garden State Equality is New Jersey’s statewide advocacy and education organization for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community.
Furniture Assist was established to provide furniture, appliances and other household items, free of charge, to families or individuals in need.
The New Jersey Division of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (DDHH) is the principal state agency established by New Jersey Law (PL 1977, C. 166) on behalf of people of all ages who are deaf and hard of hearing. The division provides education, advocacy and direct services to eliminate barriers and promote increased accessibility to programs, services, and information routinely available to the state’s general population.
There are about 850,000 New Jersey residents with varying degrees of hearing loss ranging from mild to profound. This includes individuals who are born deaf and people who encounter late-stage hearing loss.
DDHH maintains up-to-date and constructive resources on hearing loss including communication access referral services, technical assistance, equipment distribution, stakeholder communications and advocacy.
Division of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
New Jersey Department of Human Services
PO Box 074
Trenton, NJ 08625-0074
800-792-8339 toll free in New Jersey
The New Jersey Chapter of Autism Speaks is dedicated to promoting solutions, across the spectrum and throughout the life span, for the needs of individuals with autism and their families.
Social Clubhouse is a partial care day program for adults diagnosed with mental illness. We're open daily Monday through Friday from 9:10 am to 3:50 pm. Our warm and friendly atmosphere is what sets us apart from other programs. Our primary focus is to assist our members in finding their strengths and potential in order to enjoy an improved quality of life.
DVR works with students who have an IEP (Individualized Education Plan) and students with disabilities who need specific services to prepare for, get, and keep a job.
Reconnections is a prisoner Re-Entry initiative developed through a partnership between Urban League of Union County, United Way of Greater Union County, Union County and Union County Department of Human Services.
Provides support to high achieving, gifted, and talented males as they matriculate through middle school, high school, and post secondary education.