Our services include adult and family counseling, substance abuse treatment and addiction recovery, play therapy for young children, school-based prevention programs, youth employment and education services, adult day treatment programs, and outreach to the elderly.
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Located at the corner of East Third Avenue and Walnut Street in Roselle, New Jersey the parish was founded in 1895 and has served the people of Roselle and Roselle Park ever since.
We are an inclusive community offering both church and social services. Though anyone is welcome to attend our church services, we extend our hand of service to those in need who live in Arbor, Avon Park, Fanwood, North Plainfield, Plainfield, Scotch Plains, South Plainfield, Warren and Watchung.
We are sincere people who seek to live out that goal by saving souls, strengthening saints and serving suffering humanity in Elizabeth and its 21 surrounding communities.
The mission of Union County Educational Services Commission is to build partnerships and provide innovative educational solutions that support school districts and benefit all 21st century learners.
Free food supplement in grocery bags are prepared monthly and distributed to Rahway residents who meet the qualifying guidelines. An agency of CMFBNJ.
CenterPath Wellness is a private, not-for-profit community mental health clinic providing mental health, addictions, and wellness and recovery services to the residents of Union County and North Plainfield since 1944.
The Urban League of Union County Inc., founded in 1944, is a non-profit community based organization in Elizabeth, New Jersey. We are one of 95 affiliates of the 101 year old National Urban League located in New York City.
PROCEED's mission is to provide and connect people to educational, health and human services; and enhance the capacity of other organizations to offer quality programs and services to their communities.
Sponsored by Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Newark, Integrated Management Services (ICMS) functions on the belief that adults with serious and persistent mental illness can better manage their illness, increase their functioning, and improve their sense of mastery and well being with appropriate information and support.
Caring Family Community Services provides a wide array of services for individuals with emotional, behavioral and developmental challenges.
- Transgender Issues
- Anger Mgt./Coping Skills
- Social Skills
- Parenting Strategies
- Eating Disorders
- Play Therapy
- Outpatient Therapy (office-based in Jackson; telehealth statewide)
Isaiah House is dedicated to those families who are considered "most fragile"--that is, those families who have been devastated by unemployment, illness, drug addiction, teenage pregnancy, fires, and other crises. In addition to housing, Isaiah House offers a variety of support services to family members, as well as an on-site NA support group.
Josephine's Place is a storefront, drop-in space dedicated to the women of Elizabeth. A dedicated cadre of volunteers provides instruction in a variety of topics including computer literacy, crafts, English and exercise. Support groups for victims of domestic violence and parents of autistic children provide needed information and peer support.
We are committed to providing vocational preparation, transition from school to work, job placement and mental health services to individuals with all types of disabilities from ages 16 on up.
The Family Support Organization (FSO) of Union County provides direct support to family members and caregivers of children with special emotional and behavioral needs.
An online list of support services from A-Z offered by the State of New Jersey.
For nearly three decades, Homefirst has carefully developed and implemented integrated and comprehensive solutions to homelessness. Our team of housing, family support, and social service professionals are knowledgeable, resourceful, and available to assist you.
Big Brothers Big Sisters is the oldest, largest and most effective youth mentoring organization in the United States. Big Brothers Big Sisters serves children, ages 6-18.
Our full range of programs and services available through CIC are designed to collectively connect communities to services necessary to strengthen families and individuals using a holistic approach.
The Cerebral Palsy League is a non-profit organization providing high quality programs and services for persons with developmental disabilities throughout Union, Essex, and Middlesex counties. Our talented and caring staff provides a wide array of, educational, therapeutic, nursing and social services for infants, children, adolescents, and adults.
Our mission is to help improve the quality of life for individuals and families by addressing and treating the disease of substance use, addiction, and mental health. Our early intervention and outpatient treatment services motivates and engages clients to become active participants in their treatment, in an effort to reduce the growing epidemic of substance use, addiction and mental health disease.
Family and Children's Services, based in Elizabeth, is a non-profit mental health and social services provider with a 128-year history of serving people, including those covered by Medicaid. Licensed by the NJ Department of Health, we provide mental health counseling for individuals, couples and families; Intensive In Community (IIC) therapy; and case management services.
Programs are designed to get out the message of being a drug and alcohol free community while bringing the community together through educational and recreational events.
The Gateway Family YMCA (formerly The YMCA of Eastern Union County) is a powerful association of men, women and children of all ages and from all walks of life joined together by a shared passion: to strengthen the foundations of community.
Dedicated to ending family abuse and intimate partner violence. Our mission is to break the cycle of abuse in all relationships through the provision of comprehensive prevention, education, and awareness programs.