Resources

These are all of our resources. You may find it helpful to view by selected Community and Health Services using the main navigation. Or, you can search by location and keyword!

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Allaire Rehab and Nursing

(732) 431-7420
115 Dutch Lane Rd.
Freehold

Allaire is the only Special Care Nursing Facility (SCNF) in the state of New Jersey to offer long term care with therapy for young adults, age 18 to 50, who suffer from neurological impairment.

Center for Healing Choices

(908) 955-3637
252 Maple Avenue
Red Bank

I'm a licensed clinical social worker, specializing in helping women who've experienced trauma at any point in their lives through major life challenges and changes.

Oceans Family Success Center

(732) 455-5272
1201 Springwood Avenue
Asbury Park

The Oceans Family Success Center's mission is to strengthen and empower individuals, children and families through collaborative family-centered activities, educational workshops and access to skills and need resources.

Jangala Kids

Visit our site to learn more about the Jangala Tribal Warriors activity book series. The Jangala Tribal Warriors learn how to live, grow and learn from their hearts. Also, please join the Jangala Kids Kindness and Caring Club!

Academy for Eating Disorders

The Academy for Eating Disorders is a global professional association committed to leadership in eating disorders research, education, treatment, and prevention.

PANDAS Network

PANDAS Network is dedicated to improving the diagnosis and treatment of children with PANDAS (Pediatric Autoimmune Neuropsychiatric Disorders Associated with Streptococcal Infections) and PANS (Pediatric Acute-onset Neuropsychiatric Syndrome).  Link to Newsletter

NEW JERSEY SUPPORT GROUPS

Edison, NJ (JFK Medical Center) pandashelp@hotmail.com 

Northern New Jersey Support Group njpandas1@gmail.com 

Monmouth County, NJ pandasmonmouth@gmail.com

Monmouth County - Family Success Centers

Family Success Centers offer primary and secondary child abuse prevention services to families and bring together concerned community residents, leaders, and community agencies to address the problems that threaten the safety and stability of families and the community. There is no cost to access services provided by Family Success Centers. There are three family success centers in Monmouth County, NJ: Bayshore Family Success Center, Coastal Community Family Success Center, and Oceans Family Success Center.

Monmouth County Workforce Development

(732) 683-8850
17 Christopher Way
Eatontown

One-Stop Career Center, also called the Division of Workforce Development, is where people of all walks of life and income levels can get help finding a job - whether it be retraining or simply advice on writing a resume.

The Tears Foundation

The TEARS Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that seeks to compassionately lift a financial burden from families who have lost a baby by providing funds to assist with the cost of burial or cremation services.

We believe that every baby's life deserves to be honored and memorialized in accordance with the grieving parents' wishes and are committed to helping bereaved parents with this experience.

We also believe that every grieving parent deserves access to ongoing bereavement support. Therefore, we also offer parents comprehensive bereavement care in the form of grief support groups and peer companions.

Vella, Chris LLC

(732) 688-0287

Chris Vella LLC is a clinical mental health agency that provides comprehensive psychotherapy and clinical assessment for youth and families involved with the Division of Children and Families in the State of New Jersey. With a focus on Intensive In-Community intervention, providers associated with Chris Vella LLC pride themselves on being culturally competent, diversely trained and experienced, while adhering to the highest ethical standards as they serve the youth, families, and agencies they partner with throughout the State of New Jersey.

2017 Inventory of Resources for Monmouth County Youth

Inventory of Resources for Monmouth County Youth - Listing of 2017 Youth Services Contracts and Programs, Compiled by the Monmouth County Office of Youth Services Planning
Ellen Cohen, Administrator
Youth Services Commission
(732) 866-3585
- Please note that this Inventory is subject to change

Empower U

(855) 500-3848
78 John Miller Way Suite 314
Kearny

Empower U. is a learning organization that strives to continuously support children, families, and communities through providing innovative and sustainable empowerment and therapeutic programming.

ASPEN Teen & Young Adult Social Group

(732) 446-7610
125 Symmes Rd
Manalapan

Asperger Syndrome education network provides families and individuals whose lives are affected by Autism Spectrum Disorders with education, support and advocacy.

Illuminate Behavioral HealthCare

1-877-873-6742 - Ext. 1
3600 Route 66
Neptune

Illuminate Behavioral HealthCare provides individual, family and marriage counseling as well as social skills groups for those in need of improving or developing their social skills. We also offer specialization in EDMR,

Autism Spectrum Social Skills Group

(877) 873-6742
3600 Route 66
Neptune
Social Skills group of only 3-5 children or adolescents that is focused on learning to effectively manage school, sports, medical appointments, family gatherings or any other social settings that have been problematic in the past.

TheraFit Rehab

(732) 639-0068
500 Rt 35 S
Red Bank

TheraFit Rehab is a neuro based outpatient occupational and physical therapy private practice. We specialize in the treatment of individuals of all ages and abilities with diagnoses ranging from but not inclusive to stroke, MS, brain injury, ALS, Parkinson's, developmental delay, and age related changes.

National Center for Homeless Education Scholarship Opportunities

As we head into a new school year and a season of college preparation for high school seniors, NCHE wishes to share the following links to information about scholarship opportunities for college-bound youth. Some of these opportunities are specific to homeless or formerly homeless youth, while others are open to other student groups but may be of particular interest to youth experiencing homelessness. We also are including a listing of scholarships for youth interested in pursuing a skilled trade, such as HVAC, plumbing, and electrical work. 

Your Everyday Gestures Can Help a Child Heal

New research shows that witnessing traumatic events — like domestic violence, shootings, or even fighting — can impact the physical development of a child’s brain. But you can help reverse the effects. In fact, as a caring adult, you could be the most important factor in helping them heal. 

Willyung, Rachel, ACSW LLC

(732) 303-0066
3 Broad St
Freehold

Rachel Willyung ACSW LLC Rachelwillyung.com psychotherapist ages 12 and up

Youth Education and Transition Services Inc.

(609) 577-4310
322 East 5th Street
Lakewood

Youth Education and Transition Services (YETS) is a non-profit 501 c (3) organization, established in 2002, whose mission is to provide counseling, education and youth development programs that that guide, protect and assist youth and families in Monmouth County.

PlaNutrition

(732) 380-7246
224 Taylors Mills Road
Manalapan
31 Park Rd
Tinton Falls

Stephanie Leonetti is the Nutritionist and Owner of PlaNutrition. She attended Rutgers University, where she earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Nutritional Science/Dietetics.