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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Nicole Digironimo

(732) 927-1366
1540 Route 138
Wall

Counseling for individuals (children to adults), couples, and family therapy.

Royal Community Support

(732) 347-8500
260 Chambers Bridge Road
Brick

RCS is a DDD Approved Provider who is currently supporting individuals in the communities of Ocean, Monmouth, and Middlesex who experience Developmental Disabilities.

United Way Financial Success Center

(732) 414-6745
3710 Route 9
Freehold

We offer a variety of assistance that can help you improve your financial situation. Apply for different benefits, health insurance, free tax preparation, financial coaching, job search and career planning.

CFC Family Support Group

(732) 492-7278
260 Casino Dr
Farmingdale

Family Support Group for all members of the family. This group is designed to help and assist in educating all family members how to become strong and ready to overcome addiction.

CFC Family Support Group

(732) 492-7278
68 Bennetts Mills Rd
Jackson

Family Support Group for all members of the family. This group is designed to help and assist in educating all family members how to become strong and ready to overcome addiction.

CFC Family Support Group

(732) 492-7278
901 West Main St
Freehold

Family Support Group for all members of the family. This group is designed to help and assist in educating all family members how to become strong and ready to overcome addiction.

SMART Recovery Group

(732) 492-7278
901 West Main St
Freehold

CFC hosts multiple SMART Recovery groups in NJ. This is a unique peer to peer recovery group offering many tools and solutions to help you in your recovery. This group is for those IN or seeking recovery.

SMART Recovery Group

(732) 492-7278
260 Casino Dr
Farmingdale

CFC hosts multiple SMART Recovery groups in NJ. This is a unique peer to peer recovery group offering many tools and solutions to help you in your recovery. This group is for those IN or seeking recovery.

Where to Donate Your Stuff

Brad Aaronson's list of where to donate clothes, furniture, toys, prom dresses, wedding gowns, DVDs, sporting equipment, musical instruments, eyeglasses, cell phones, computers, appliances, furniture, video games, cars and more...

Give Back Box

Amazon and Goodwill are teaming up to use empty shipping boxes and get rid of the clutter filling homes with the Give Back Box program.

The purpose of Give Back Box® is to provide an effortless and convenient method of donating your used household items. Give Back Box not only provides an easy way to be part of a truly good cause, it gives a secondary use to corrugated boxes and guarantees they will be recycled.. So this is an all-round CSR & Sustainability solution that costs you literally nothing.

After removing items from the Amazon box, a user fills it with clothes, accessories and other items you want to donate and then visits GiveBackBox.com to print a free shipping label. The box can be dropped off at the post office or UPS or picked up.

Donations go to the closest Goodwill participating in the Give Back Box program.

Milestone Tracker Mobile App

Track your child’s milestones from age 2 months to 5 years with CDC’s easy-to-use illustrated checklists; get tips from CDC for encouraging your child’s development; and find out what to do if you are ever concerned about how your child is developing.

From birth to age 5, your child should reach milestones in how he or she plays, learns, speaks, acts, and moves. Photos and videos in this app illustrate each milestone and make tracking them for your child easy and fun!

Homeless, Out of Home and At-Risk LGBT Youth

QSpot provides training, advocacy, education, support, information and referrals for homeless, out of home and at-risk LGBT youth.  If you or anyone you know are in need of emergency shelter, housing or support, please call us at 732-455-3373 or email [email protected]  Your privacy is our highest priority. All information is confidential.

Wells Fargo Scholarship Program for People with Disabilities

In honor of National Disability Employment Awareness Month, Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE: WFC) has committed $1 million over the next four years to Scholarship America to implement a special scholarship program to help people with disabilities obtain the education or training necessary to succeed in the career path of their choice.

For questions or help accessing the application:

Email: [email protected]

Call: Toll Free 1-844-402-0357

Customer Service is available during regular business hours of 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. CST

Autism Movement Project

(732) 598-8150
2512 Tiltons Corner Road
Wall

We are a team consisting of a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), Registered Behavior Technician (RBT), and personal trainer. We run an ABA-based fitness, sports, and social skills program for developmentally disabled children and adults.

Financial Aid for Eye Care

The National Eye Institute does not help individuals pay for eye care. However, if you are in need of financial aid to assess or treat an eye problem, the following programs may be able to help you.

Altin, Dorothy LPC LLC

(856) 912-1192
34 Manchester Ave
Forked River

I offer counselling and psychotherapy for adults and children 4 years and older. My specialties are grief/loss, couples, behavior, adolescents, and family relations. My credentials include a B.A. in Psychology, a Master's Degree in Professional Counseling from Monmouth University, and Post-Masters Certification in Play Therapy. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and National Board Certified.

Mindset, LLC

(914) 443-9863

Educational Programming, and Wellness Services

Zero Suicide

Zero Suicide is a key concept of the 2012 National Strategy for Suicide Prevention, a priority of the National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention (Action Alliance), a project of Education Development Center's Suicide Prevention Resource Center (SPRC), and supported by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). The foundational belief of Zero Suicide is that suicide deaths for individuals under care within health and behavioral health systems are preventable. It presents both a bold goal and an aspirational challenge.

Education Rights of Homeless Students: A Guide for Advocates

A newly updated and expanded version of "Education Rights of Homeless Students: A Guide for Advocates," has been released by Education Law Center. The third edition of this publication, part of ELC's advocacy guide series, provides more comprehensive and practical information to assist New Jersey students affected by homelessness.

Beat the Streets Asbury Park (BTS-AP)

(732) 776-2559
1200 Bangs Ave
Asbury Park

Beat the Streets Asbury Park (BTS-AP) is committed to helping establish a youth wrestling program at the Martin Luther King Middle School in Asbury Park. Beat the Streets - AP will attempt to foster the holistic development of student-athletes by providing the resources to support athletic training coupled with an academic tutoring program within schools and local recreation.

SMART Recovery Group

(732) 492-7278
68 Bennetts Mills Rd
Jackson

CFC hosts multiple SMART Recovery groups in NJ. This is a unique peer to peer recovery group offering many tools and solutions to help you in your recovery. This group is for those IN or seeking recovery.

SMART Recovery Group

(732) 492-7278
260 Casino Dr
Farmingdale

CFC hosts multiple SMART Recovery groups in NJ. This is a unique peer to peer recovery group offering many tools and solutions to help you in your recovery. This group is for those IN or seeking recovery.