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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Youth Advocate Programs, Inc.

(717) 232-7580
2007 N Third Street
Harrisburg

For over forty years, Youth Advocate Programs, Inc., (YAP) has provided outcomes-driven and cost-effective alternatives to the institutionalization of high risk, high needs young people. YAP offers enduring life changing interventions for vulnerable youth as well as taxpayer savings and local employment opportunities. Thus, our goal is to "Strengthen Communities one Biography at a Time."

Modest Needs

We have designed our programs to help those who work hard and have no where else to go for assistance, as well as those who give back to our communities and country such as public school teachers, first responders, veterans returning from service abroad and active duty military members. Our aim is to support those who don’t generally qualify to receive assistance from conventional agencies so that they don’t find themselves losing everything because of a short-term crisis.

Lakehouse Music Academy

(732) 455-5462
619 Lake Avenue
Asbury Park

Lakehouse Music Academy (LHMA) is a progressive music school, featuring group performances and individual lessons.  Our team employs various teaching methods built around each student’s particular needs.  We aim to build a community where any musician, regardless of age, experience, and musical taste, can feel at home. 

Center for Attachment & Trauma Therapy

(609) 217-2366
183 Franklin Corner Road
Lawrenceville

Center for Attachment & Trauma Therapy, LLC provides assessment, evaluation and treatment of adoption, attachment, and trauma issues; specifically: Reactive Attachment Disorder, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, and other post-institutional, adoption, and adjustment issues.

Stephy's Place: A New Life Support Center for Grief and Loss

(732) 614-1142
210 West Front Street
Red Bank,

At Stephy's Place, we offer Support Groups and mindful meditation free of charge. Our Support Groups include:

  • Loss of Spouse/Partner 
  • Loss of Child
  • Loss due to Suicide -(every other week) - ( July 19th & Aug. 2nd)* We will be closed July 5th
  • Loss of Sibling(every other week - July 19th & Aug. 2nd)
  • (Adult) Loss of Parent -(every other week) -  June 28th & July 12th) 

Awesome Without Borders

The Awesome Foundation distributes a series of monthly $1,000 grants to projects and their creators. The money is pooled together from the coffers of ten or so self-organizing “micro-trustees” and given upfront in cash, check, or gold doubloons. The chapters are autonomous and organized by the trustees around geographic areas or topics of interest. The Foundation provides these grants with no strings attached and claims no ownership over the projects it supports. It is, in the words of one of our trustees, “a micro-genius grant for flashes of micro-brilliance.” To date, 106 chapters have been established in over 25 countries, with 1000+ projects funded.

One Simple Wish

One Simple Wish uses technology to bring awareness to the foster care system and brightens the lives of thousands of children by connecting them to people who care.

Physical Developmental Delays: What to look for

Use this website to learn more about physical developmental delays for children ages 5 and under. The information is meant to help you start a conversation with your child’s pediatrician.

Health Coverage Options for Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities

This guide was created for parents and professionals who need to understand health coverage options for the treatment of autism and other developmental disabilities. It describes different types of health coverage plans, what federal and state laws apply to these types of plans, how those laws affect what benefits are covered, and it provides tips on accessing benefits.

My Child's Health Passport

My Child's Health Passport is a parent tool to record your child’s health and wellness. You can list your child's medical and behavioral health challenges, list medications, contact information and more!

My Child's Health Passport is a  project of the New Jersey Children·s System of Care Partners in Monmouth County

Katherine Neff; LCSW, LLC

(732) 440-8389
55 Route 35 North
Red Bank

I work with children and adolescents ages 3 - 21 and families addressing a variety of concerns including: anxiety, depression, grief/loss, trauma, adjustment difficulties, ADD/ADHD management, social skills and self injury.

Bayshore Family Success Center Grandparents Group

(732) 497-3811
100 First Ave.
Highlands

Helping with the kids? From providing occasional babysitting to raising them as your own, more and more grandparents are actively involved in the day-to-day life of their grandchildren. Join us at our grandparents group to learn and share valuable information. 

Danielle Cristofano, LCSW, LLC

(732) 704-4640
55 Route 35 North
Red Bank

I provide individual and family counseling for children, adolescents, and their families.

Monmouth University Literacy Center Program (Grades K-12)

(732) 571-4417
McAllan Hall
West Long Branch

Literacy Center Program (Grades K-12) The Literacy Center Program is designed to determine children's strengths and weaknesses in literacy as well as to provide instruction in reading and writing strategies.

Lincroft Oral Surgery

(732) 842-3100
515 Newman Springs Rd
Lincroft

Dr. John Frattellone practices the full scope of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery.

Alliance Oral Surgery

(732) 842-3100
79 Oak Hill Rd
Red Bank
329 S Main St
Barnegat

Alliance Oral Surgery practices a full scope of oral and maxillofacial surgery.

Sidekicks Support Services

(609) 500-6686

Every Superhero needs a Sidekick. Sidekicks provide support services for individuals with disabilities. We provide ABA, ISS, DDD and private mentoring services.

Manalapan - Mayor's Council on Special Needs

(732) 446-3200
120 Route 522
Manalapan Township

The mission of the Mayors Special Needs Council of Manalapan is to promote awareness of, and provide programs and opportunities for, individuals with disabilities and families of those who have disabilities.