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Biri, Kristin, LCSW LLC

(908) 472-6878
39 Avenue at the Commons

I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who specializes in working with children, adolescents, and young adults.

Saba, Christine, MSW, LCSW

(732) 690-8811
39 Avenue at the Commons

Specializing in child and adolescent therapy; I have been working with adolescents and their families for almost 20 years. Utilizing reality and strength based approaches, I assess the individual/family's current/existing resources, supports, and skills to highlight strengths and create awareness. The aim is to lead individuals to understanding triggers and conflict, build and improve problem-solving strategies, communicate effectively, cope and adapt, and ultimately promote social/emotional, mental health, and progress.

Tony's Place

Tony’s Place, named in honor of former Board of Recreation Commissioners Vice-Chairman Dr. Anthony Musella, is a universally accessible playground. It is the second joint venture playground project of the Park System, Challenged Youth Sports (based in Middletown) and Friends of the Parks. 

Empower U

(855) 500-3848
1 Silvers Road

Empower U. was designed by a team of licensed clinical social workers, licensed professional counselors, and organizational development specialists with over 70 years of combined experience. What we envision is systematic approach to enhancing the quality of services offered in within the children's system of care by engaging in an ongoing process of observation, planning, and implementation - or learning. It's from these experiences, we offer insight and training specifically geared toward the Children's System of Care so that we are creating a stronger set of clinicians to be providers in this system of care.

Yvonne Weber, LPC

(908) 216-7788

Specialty: In home behavioral health therapy, parent training, and assessments for children and families. Certification in Trauma Therapy.

Animals at Work

Animals At Work Inc., in Morristown, Jersey, is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization advocating for the civil rights of disabled individuals who use an assistance animal. Founded in February of 2011, AAW provides training on federal laws that protect the rights of the disabled and their service animals to businesses, government offices, schools, and the general public. With help from volunteers and donations, AAW strives to make a difference and raise awareness on this social issue.


(732) 500-4332
500 Rte 35 South
Red Bank

KIDZ WIN is a recreational fitness program specializing in small group fitness classes for children (ages 3-19) with special needs. KIDZ WIN is owned and operated by 2 NJ state licensed and school certified physical therapists.

Supports Program Policies and Procedures Manual: A Quick Guide for Families

The  Supports Program Policies and Procedures Manual: A Quick Guide for Families is a resource for families developed by the Division in collaboration with the  Regional Family Support Planning Councils. The  Supports Program Policies and Procedures Manual: A Quick Guide for Families can assist families in gaining a basic understanding of the Supports Program and its service benefits.

While this guide can be helpful for any family newly entering Division services and the Supports Program, it is particularly valuable for middle and high school students with intellectual/developmental disabilities and their families. Please share this resource with your networks, and encourage school personnel to make it available to families of students eligible for school-based services.

Carly Rosenstein MS, LPC, NCC

(732) 804-6994
620 Shrewsbury Ave
Tinton Falls

The Eating Disorders Program provides comprehensive psychological and nutritional care for eating disorder patients. All services are provided by individuals experienced and trained in the treatment of eating disorders.

Voyagers' Community School

Innovative. Rigorous. Unique Voyagers' is recognized for excellence. for more than 12 years we have been the preeminent Progressive Day School in the region.

Expanding Enrollment Girl Power

This is a group for teen girls who want to learn how to accept themselves for who they are and to find meaning in their relationships with others. The group will serve as a sounding board for its members and will help them to normalize the complex feelings with which teen girls often struggle. We will be utilizing a variety of techniques, including talk, art, and mindfulness strategies. The goal of this group is to facilitate a bond of trust and belonging as we embrace “Girl Power.”

Special Education Clinic - Rutgers School of Law, Newark

Rutgers Law students, under the supervision of clinical professors, work with actual low-income and underserved clients and community groups on real cases in areas ranging from child advocacy to small business counseling.  Students in this 6-credit clinic serve the needs of children and families who are at risk and living in poverty in Newark and surrounding areas and also educates law students to be thoughtful and highly-skilled practitioners by engaging in direct advocacy, community education and outreach, and policy and program development. (Newark)

Education Law Center

The Education Law Center (ELC) serves as the leading voice for New Jersey’s public school children and has become one of the most effective advocates for equal educational opportunity and education justice in the United States. Widely recognized for groundbreaking court rulings on behalf of at-risk students, ELC also promotes educational equity through coalition building, litigation support, policy development, communications, and action-focused research in New Jersey, in other states, and at the federal level.  

New Jersey Department of Children and Families

(732) 493-4470
1076 Wayside Road Tinton Falls, NJ 07712
Tinton Falls

DCF Monmouth Regional School-Project TEACH is a secondary school for pregnant and parenting teens. The student's babies come to school with them and then go to our fully licensed nursery so the students can attend classes.

Karen Carbone, LLC, LCSW

(732) 740-3632
415 Rt 34 Suite 111
Colts Neck

I am an LCSW that specializes in individual, family and group therapy.

Training With A Purpose

(973) 295-2143

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.

Solution Focused Counseling

(973) 978-0720
1716 Twelfth Ave
Toms River
270 Drum Point Rd

Individual, Family and Group Counseling provided as well as Intensive In-Community Services.

Unlocked Potential

732-339-3100 x0

We provide in home services for the needs of the Developmentally Disabled population and the general behavioral and mental health population. This includes in home IIC/BA and IIH/ABA services.

Kinship Navigator Program

Are you a family member raising your relative's children?  You've come to the right place for help!Kinship caregivers are special people who have taken on the responsibility of caring for their relatives' children. These children might be the caregiver’s siblings, nieces, nephews, or, most often, grandchildren. In Monmouth County, the Kinship agency is the Children's Home Society 800-396-4518
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Graham Behavior Services, LLC

(908) 208-7614
Squankum St.

Graham Behavior Services provides high quality, comprehensive, ABA services to all of the individuals in our care. We pride ourselves on creating programs that serve the needs of our learners with developmental delays, Autism Spectrum Disorders, ADD/ADHD, as well as their families. Our dedicated and compassionate team works with each family to develop individualized training and behavioral supports in the home, school, and community.

Charity Kings

1146 Asbury Avenue Suite #1
Asbury Park

Charity Kings Inc. Non- profit 501 (3) c organization was incorporated in the State of New Jersey on September 13, 2010 and founded by Darryl Hammary. Our main goal is to support academic excellence, stay in school initiatives, family values and to promote a positive community environment. Our focus has expanded from the children of Asbury Park, Long Branch, Neptune and Red Bank, to other areas of NJ.