A non-profit interfaith agency that provides emergency food, emergency funding, mentoring, and scholarships to those in need from the Freehold area.
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Housing and housing assistance for residents of Belmar.
Providing services and supports for individuals who have mental retardation and for their families.
Areas of specialization: Adolescent client group, anxiety disorders, child client group, eating disorders, parenting issues, women's issues.
Baseball, soccer, and basketball for ages 3-21.
The mission of FRA is helping children, adolescents, and people of all ages with disabilities to reach their fullest potential. FRA connects individuals to independence through modern therapies and advanced technology.
Media center, after school program, on-site recreational activities.
The Epilepsy Foundation of New Jersey (EFNJ), an affiliate of the National Epilepsy Foundation, is a state-wide, non-profit charitable agency dedicated to helping to improve the quality of life for people affected by epilepsy and their loved ones.
We are widely known for trail-blazing work in the sex therapy field but we serve all kinds of people with our individual, family, and relationship psychotherapy services. We counsel kids, teens, and adults, and we help with problems that range from depression to low self-esteem, addictions to unmanageable life stresses, family turmoil to loss and grief.
Eating disorders, anxiety disorders, marital/divorce, women's issues, parenting issues, chemical dependency/addiction
Professionally run; support for patient and families; under 18 welcome.
SHARE (Self-Help and Resource Exchange) is a program where people can purchase a package of food for $18 and 2 hours of community service with a retail value of about $35.
Housing for low-income and elderly residents of Highlands.
Open 2nd Tuesday of month, 12:00-2:00 pm. Please call first to register.
Sports and recreation programs for Neptune residents.
Educational Assistance/Study Help Study Island is a web-based program for every student at Neptune High school.
The Family Resource Center (FRC) is a “one-stop shop” for information, resources and services related to the support and preservation of families. FRC is a community multi-service center that has been serving the children, teen, and families of Asbury Park since 1997.
Arts Education/Performing Arts
Dance classes for all ages from children to adult held at Lawrence Ave, Ocean Grove location as well as the Jersey Shore Arts Center.
A nationally-based nonprofit organization headquartered in Princeton, Community Options believes in the dignity of every person and in the freedom of all people to experience the highest degree of self-determination. Embracing this philosophy, Community Options provides housing, support services, and advocacy assistance to help empower thousands of people with disabilities.
Therapeutic Adaptive Recreational Horseback Riding Therapeutic and recreational horseback riding for adults and children with disabilities.
Working in conjunction with the Monmouth County Park System, Special People United to Ride is a non-profit organization providing individuals with disabilities the opportunity to achieve personal goals through therapeutic horseback riding.
Dedicated to serving individuals with autism and their families in New Jersey.
A Child’s Place School (ACP) in Monmouth County, NJ offers a safe and stimulating pre-school and early primary education experience for children age 3-7 and is accredited by the NAEYC.