Welcome to Monmouth ResourceNet

We provide a wide range of information about support, resources, and services for the residents of Monmouth County, NJ. It is a collaboration between Monmouth ACTS  and MonmouthCares, Inc.

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Residents can find specific recreational activities, health providers, support groups, and events in your area. If you are a resident of Monmouth County, NJ, please subscribe to our Weekly Events and News.

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Health Providers and Community Organizations are able to list their community and health resources, hotlines, support groups, and events. Do you provide services in Monmouth County?

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988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline 

988 has been designated as the new three-digit dialing code that will route callers to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. To learn about what happens when you call, text, or chat with the Lifeline, click here

Family Success Centers 

Family Success Centers are community-based, family-centered, neighborhood gathering places where any community resident can go for family support, information and services. There is no cost to access services provided by Family Success Centers (FSCs).

Family Support Organization (FSO)

Family Based Services Association of NJ (FBSANJ) provides free peer support, educates, and advocates on behalf of Monmouth County parents and families of children and youth with emotional, behavioral, mental health, developmental disabilities and substance use. (732) 542-4502

Monmouth ACTS -Serving You Better. Together.

Monmouth ACTS (Assisting Community Through Services) is an innovative public-private partnership (the first of its kind in New Jersey!) that brings together Monmouth County government employees and their counterparts in the private/nonprofit sector to find effective ways to meet today’s human service needs. This group works together to streamline and improve access to services in mental health, addiction, aging, housing, childcare, transportation, and much more. These key issues were identified by a comprehensive Human Services Needs Assessment. Working groups  or "Hubs" were created to address those needs.

For updates from Monmouth ACTS, Click here 

Monmouth County residents can call 732-542-6422, Monday-Friday, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. for guidance, resources, mental health support, or just someone to talk to. Residents can connect to a licensed counselor who can provide up to 6 telephone emotional support sessions, more information here.

Community Engagement Network  

The Community Engagement Network was established to facilitate outreach and engagement to connect residents with services and resources available through Monmouth ACTS. FlyerSign up for Updates here.

NOTICE: No new applications for the Emergency Rental Assistance Program are accepted. Monmouth County has provided a list of organizations that provide housing services:               Click here for Monmouth County Department of Social Services Housing Resources

Emergency Rescue Mortgage Assistance program (ERMA) was developed to assist eligible NJ homeowners who have been financially affected by COVID-19. The program will help homeowners bring their mortgages and other housing-related expenses current. Apply here. Call 855 647-7700 or visit the website.

Monmouth County Schools Partnership for Wellness: Symposium on Mental Health & Wellness: February 23, 2023. 6:00 PM 

All are welcome - students, parents and educators! #BeYouBeWell

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Autism Sibling Support Group in Berkeley Heights, NJ

Bierman Autism Centers (Bierman) is ecstatic to announce the offering of free support groups for siblings of children diagnosed with autism. This program will provide a nurturing environment for siblings to connect, share experiences, engage in play, and, most importantly, have a blast!

President Biden to end COVID-19 emergencies on May 11

The move to end the national emergency and public health emergency declarations would formally restructure the federal coronavirus response to treat the virus as an endemic threat to public health that can be managed through agencies’ normal authorities.

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