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EZ Ride

Eatontown Office: Serving Monmouth County

For as little as four hours a week, volunteers make a big difference in peoples’ lives. The effort isn't much: A welcome smile and a quick ride to a Doctor’s office or grocery store is what is typically assigned to our volunteers. EZ Ride drives seniors who can no longer drive, and community neighbors without cars – people who are grateful for theservice and value the personal connection the volunteers.

EZ Ride
1 Industrial Way West Bldg. A
Eatontown, NJ 07724
Tel: 732-380-1299
Fax: 732-380-1399
Email:[email protected]

Regional Manager: Wendy Arias (732) 380-1299

Gerri Burns

We provide equal access to the justice system for families for less than a dollar a day. We deal with anything legal either at 100% or a 25% discount off of our  firms standard hourly rate,. We provide  legal advice and consultation, wills,living wills, speeding tickets, divorce, child support, custody, trial defense, and IRS auditing. Our family plan protects the rights of  our member, their spouse or significant other, never married dependent children up to the age of 26, legal guardians up to the age of 18, and any physically or mentally disabled children for their entire life  as long as they live in your home and you support them. We also  help families be proactive with the best and most extensive identity theft protection program in the marketplace. 

AMC Sensory Friendly Films

We Bring AMC Sensory Friendly Films to Families Affected by Autism on a Monthly Basis to Select Communities.

The program provides a special opportunity for families to enjoy their favorite films in a safe and accepting environment. The auditoriums dedicated to the program have their lights up, the sound turned down and audience members are invited to get up and dance, walk, shout or sing!

 

Holistic Behavioral Solutions - Tamara Pommells

Sometimes life throws us a curve ball and we are confronted with issues of addiction, autism, depression, anxiety, justice system involvement, sexual dysfunction, relationship negotiation, identity crises and so much more. The process of life can be complex; with skilled support, every individual can navigate through life’s changes successfully.

As a result of our philosophy to meet individuals where they are, we offer counseling services which are community based, in office and concierge service in the home.

We believe that helping people to change one day at a time involves creating an environment that is beneficial to them. HBS offers creative problem solving, unconditional support and consistent care for our clients, we are solution focused and provide evidenced based care in a therapeutic environment where we can be our best. Holistic Behavioral Solutions is a practice of 3 licensed clinicians, 3 certified behavioral assistants and 4 community aides headed by Tamara Pommells EdS., LPC.

Beginning her work in 1996 at the Douglass Developmental Disability Clinic @ Rutgers University and working with youth and adults in the acute treatment population including the areas of addiction, Ms. Pommells’ practice has grown as a reflection of her varied interests and life circumstances. Today, Holistic Behavioral Solutions continues to grow and enjoy the challenge of new clients and community partners, currently we offer services to include EAP, Wellness Coaching, Intensive In Community Counseling and Brief Outpatient Treatment. Currently we are partnered with agencies and families in 12 counties from Mercer County, NJ to NYC.

Our mentors and behavioral assistants utilize an individually designed plan to bring out the best in every youth they encounter and our licensed clinicians have a strong personal and professional commitment to our global village. We are dedicated to our communities and therefore, are active agents within our local area through the Pan-Hellenic council, local schools and various volunteer activities. We provide individual, family, couples and group counseling as well as Tele-health and Skype sessions via our website.

Training  With A Purpose LLC

                            
                                                                      PERSONAL TRAINING
 

Personal Training is our primary service. One-on-one personal training is the best way to get true customized training where your goals, level of fitness, and physical needs and limitations are considered. There are 3 basic principles used at Training With A Purpose:
 

1) Functional Strength and Endurance: Increase strength and endurance with progressive functional resistance training. Work more muscle, burn more calories, prevent injuries, and work on developing muscular balance using medicine balls, physioballs, balance boards, stability pads, etc. Traditional strength training exercises with a functional approach are a big part of our program.
 

2) Cardiovascular Training: Work hard! If your fitness level and body can take it, work hard through cross training and interval training. We can design a program for you.
 

3) Perfect Posture: We are always working to improve muscular, functional, static and dynamic balance. Proper form is always a major focus.

We offer 30, 60, 90, and 120-minute sessions...you choose which best fits your schedule!


 

                                                                                NUTRITION

Your body needs proper nourishment for optimal health. Our nutritionist offers customized eating plans, as well as customized vitamin and supplement regimens. Email or call us for a consultation. You can come to us, or we can come to you.  

Training With A Purpose offers a weight management program as well. No matter how many pounds you're looking to shed, our simple but highly effective program can help you achieve your weight loss goals. 

                                                                                
                                                                              DDD SERVICES

Training With A Purpose, LLC provides personal training services to all individuals. We are a qualified service provider for the Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD). We provide customized personal training services and group exercise classes to individuals with special needs.


We service the entire State of New Jersey. Please call us to schedule a consultation to discuss your fitness goals. Our purpose is to teach individuals how to achieve a balanced, healthy lifestyle. We want to help you find "Your Purpose."

Children's Continuum of care

Children’s Continuum of Care is a nonprofit provider of children’s  behavioral healthcare services in the state of New Jersey, Our services include Intensive In-Community Licensed Master Level Clinicians, Master Level Therapists, Behavioral Assistance, and Mentors.

 

Mehta, Uday C., M.D. - Pediatric Neurodevelopment

(908) 233-3720

Pediatric Neurodevelopment - Psychiatry

Telephone 908-233-3720

Uday C. Mehta : Children’s Specialized Hospital, Mountainside; Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, New Brunswick . Uday C. Mehta, M.D. served as Interim Medical Director and Trustee of Children's Specialized Hospital, Inc.

 

Parent-To-Parent

Parent-To-Parent is a Grassroots Coalition for parents and loved ones who are suffering the ravaging effects of substance abuse. Faced with their inconceivable heartbreak, these women united to fight. They have demonstrated that an effective battle can be raged against drug & alcohol abuse through Education, Support and Advocacy.

Lam, Yin Y., MEd, MS [Female]

(973) 361-7450

Yin Y. Lam, MEd, MS [Female]

School Psychologist

Rockaway Township Schools

973-361-7450 x211

Cantonese, Mandarin

Hu, Yuange, MD

(908) 693-1317

Chinese speaking psychartist; adolescent and child psychaitrist

Chou, Yuwen, PsyD [Female]

(973) 796-3760

Yuwen Chou, PsyD [Female]

Psychotherapist

Discovery Psychotherapy Center

26 Madison Ave., Morristown, NJ 07960

973-796-3760

Mandarin

Quality Families

(732) 806-1399

Quality Families, LLC offers Intensive-In Community counseling for Youth and families through New Jersey's Children's System of Care (CSOC) contracted with Perform Care.

Wafa House

Wafa House Inc's objective is to maintain a facility that will strengthen and reinforce the family unit while emphasizing the value of human life through intervention and community awareness.The agency is dedicated to educating and empowering each member of the family, consequently cultivating a prosperous and healthy community.- A 24 hour toll-free Hotline for those in need of support, advice, or counseling referrals.

 

New Jersey Statewide Domestic Violence Hotline

The New Jersey Statewide Domestic Violence Hotline provides a 24-hour, seven-day-a-week confidential hotline for domestic violence victims and others seeking crisis intervention, information and/or referral services
1 (800) 572-SAFE (7233)

Gilson, Noah, MD

(732) 935-1850

He is board certified in neurology and Vascular Neurology by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. He is section chief of neurology and medical director of the stroke program at Riverview Medical Center. In addition to his general neurology practice, he evaluates children for learning disabilities for several school systems. He also sees children age 5 and above for a variety of disorders including headache and ADHD. He has special training and experience in the evaluation and re-programming of deep brain stimulators for management of Parkinson’s disease and other movement disorders.

Combining TimeBanks with Wraparound for Positive Results

A TimeBank is a ‘community of caring.’ Members form a network of relationships – helping each other – as persons, groups associations and organizations. By Lisa Conlan-Lewis, CEO TimeBanks USA [email protected] National Wraparound Initiative Webinar-February 28, 2012 

Child Abuse / Neglect Hotline

All 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). This is a toll-free, 24-hour, seven-days-a-week hotline.

Legal Services of New Jersey (LSNJ)

LSNJ-LAW is a statewide legal hotline that provides information, advice and referrals to low-income residents of NJ with civil legal problems.

Meridian Health

A health care system comprising the Medical Center of Ocean County - Brick Division, Jersey Shore Medical Center, and Riverview Medical Center.

PerformCare New Jersey

PerformCare is a full-service behavioral health managed care company, supporting members in the public and private sectors. We are committed to providing superior, innovative solutions in behavioral health, developmental and intellectual disabilities, human services, and integrated health programs for:

Medicaid and Medicare Plans
Commercial Health Plans
Wellness, Employee Assistance and Specialty Products
Programs to Support Human Services Management Challenges

Founded by service providers in 1994, PerformCare is a member of AmeriHealth Caritas – the nation's leader in health care solutions for the underserved. With more than 25 years of experience, AmeriHealth Caritas is dedicated to ensuring the delivery of quality health care to low-income populations covered by publicly-funded programs. We help people get care, stay well, and build healthy communities.

Rutgers University Behavioral Health Care: The Acute Adolescent Partial Hospitalization Program (AAPHP)

The Acute Adolescent Partial Hospitalization Program (AAPHP) is a program for youth in need of structured psychiatric day treatment services. The program operates Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. at our Piscataway campus. AAPHP serves youth ages 12-17 who are experiencing serious emotional and behavioral problems which negatively affect the teen's ) ability to function at home, at school or in the community. Adolescents who are returning to the community after hospitalization or who are at risk for hospitalization are typical candidates for admission.

Youth who are able to benefit from a short-term treatment program which utilizes medical, educational, behavioral and psychological interventions in an open setting may be admitted on a voluntary basis. Admission is initiated through Acute Psychiatric Services (APS) at UBHC in Piscataway, 732-235-5700 or the UBHC Access Center at 1-800-969-5300.