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Free Name Change Legal Assistance

Are you a trans person who needs help changing your name in New Jersey? Garden State Equality is here to help! Transgender New Jerseyans can fill out an online form to get assistance from Garden State Equality and its pro bono legal partners.

Fair Haven Parks and Recreation Summer Camps

732-747-0241 ext *216
748 River Road
Fair Haven

In short, this is an “old school” with various options for campers every day. Campers can take part in a number of different athletic games, activities, arts n craft options, and more!

Shrewsbury Summer Camp Program

 419 Sycamore Avenue 

The Shrewsbury Summer Camp program typically begins one week after the close of the school year and runs approximately four weeks and is available for incoming kindergartners for the ensuing school year and grades 1-6. Activities include Wall-Ball, Kickball, Playground, Basketball, Sprinkler Days, Crafts, And a whole lot more!! 

Youth Time To Shine -YT2S

(732) 663-1800
185 Highway 36
West Long Branch

Youth Time to Shine is our youth-led coalition as part of the Prevention Coalition. Members of YT2S participate in Coalition meetings and community activities. It's a great opportunity to gain leadership and volunteer experiences!

Zzak G. Applaud Our Kids Foundation

(848) 333-2819
P.O.Box 994

The foundation provides funding for underserved children ages 7-18 to take ongoing lessons in vocal instruction, dance, acting, and instrumental music for the entire school year and for summer programs.

Wall Recreation Department Summer Camp

(732) 449-8444 ext. 2250
2700 Allaire Road
Wall Township

FULL day summer camp is located at Wall Township Municipal Complex For campers entering grades K—8 in the Fall

Back to Business Assistance Program

732-222.3900 ext. 2270
328 Broadway
Long Branch

The Long Branch Free Public Library in partnership with the City of Long Branch, Long Branch Office of Community and Economic Development and the Greater Long Branch Chamber of Commerce have launched a “Back to Business for Small Businesses” city-wide initiative.

All Kids One Field

(732) 761-2212
30 Dutch Lane Road

Bridging diverse groups within the community by promoting participation in community sports, local sporting events, and wellness activities.

Abundant Grace Pantry

(732) 835-2726
4041 Squankum-Allenwood Rd.

We are a community outreach food pantry that helps supply once a month food resource for the needy that qualify and to share the love of Christ. We are located at the campus of Grace Bible Church. Parking is available.

5Help Foundation

3 Skiles Ave

This is a network of people who want to help others. This is a group to brainstorm and come up with ideas on how we can work together to help. You can be active or just check out what others posts. You can create and/or join your own 5help Team group where people can share what they love and put it to good use in a coordinated way.,

Anderson's We Meet the Need (MTN)

(888) 281-6434

It is our endeavor to reach all in our communities with our food pantry that promotes a healthier way of eating and living.  MTN currently goes out to feed the homeless and those who are economically disadvantaged weekly in various cities throughout NJ providing them with groceries, toiletries, clothes shoes/sneakers, and furniture.

NJ Blind Citizens Association (Camp Happiness)

(732) 291-0878
18 Burlington Ave

Through free programs and services for the blind and visually impaired, the New Jersey Blind Citizens Association unlocks opportunities and opens doors for growth, happiness and new experiences.

Mental Health Association of Monmouth County

(732) 542-6422
106 Apple Street
Tinton Falls

Established in 1950, the Mental Health Association of Monmouth County is an affiliate of the national nonprofit Mental Health America. Our professional staff has been on the forefront of creating a meaningful system of mental health care that strategically focuses on eliminating social barriers and mental health discrimination. 

Freehold Township Parks and Recreation Summer Camp - Camp Chaos

(732) 294-2190
65 Georgia Road

The goal of the Freehold Township Parks and Recreation Summer Camp program is to provide campers with a safe, healthy, and energetic environment. ? Campers will be grouped by grade and the school that they will attend in September. Children enrolled in Kiddie Camp programs must be potty trained to be eligible for the summer program.

Camp Phoenix

(732) 747-0014
59 Chestnut Street
Red Bank

Camp Phoenix is a dynamic summer program that teaches acting, music and dance with an emphasis on both fun and “triple threat training”. Please note all registrations are final, no refunds, no exceptions. 

Rising Treetops at Oakhurst

(732) 531-0215
111 Monmouth Rd

Year-round, we serve people with special needs, including autism and physical and intellectual disabilities, and provide respite for their families.

New Jersey Quitline

(866) 657-8677
2500 McClellan Ave

NJ Quitline is a free confidential telephone-counseling service for smokers who are ready to stop. Call today and speak with your own quit coach. No matter which quit method you choose the Quitline can more than double your chances for success.

Camp Merry Heart

(908) 852-3896
21 O'Brien Rd. Hackettstown, NJ 07840

Our overnight camp allows for weekend, full week, and two-week sessions all year long. It’s a time for campers to bolster their self-esteem and independence while having fun. This allows caregivers to take some time for themselves while knowing their loved one is both safe and making memories that will last a lifetime.

Collier Group Home

(732) 842-8337
180 Spring Street
Red Bank

Collier Group Home is a residence for ten teenage girls who are unable to live in their own homes due to significant and longstanding personal or family issues. Staffed twenty-four hours a day by professional counselors, the residence provides a stable and affirming environment in which girls prepare to return to their homes or independent living.

Dress for Success Central New Jersey

(609) 896-4112
3131 Princeton Pike

Dress for Success Central NJ provides free services to job ready clients by referral. Services include professional attire, resume writing, interview coaching, career counseling, job retention, and career advancement skills.  It is a volunteer-run organization with opportunities for community participation.

Hampton Behavioral Health Center

(800) 603-6767
650 Rancocas Road
1544 Kuser Road
1001 Kings Hwy South
Cherry Hill

Hampton Behavioral Health Center offers a full continuum of care for adolescents, adults and older adults with mental health and substance use issues. Hampton's Access Center is staffed 24 hours, 7 days a week, with specially trained counselors to provide confidential assessments and referrals.

JET Program (Job Experience Training), Collier Services

732-946-4771 x321
160 Conover Road

JET (Job Experience Training) is a life and job skills ESY program designed to help at-risk students become more employable and develop into fully contributing members of the community.  The goal of all JET activities is to develop teamwork and build self-confidence.

Elks Camp Moore

(609) 651-6209
5 Susquehanna Ave

Tucked away in the hill of the Ramapo Mountains, Elks Camp Moore offers a fun filled vacation away from home for children with special needs. A week at Elks Camp Moore is a remarkable experience not soon to be forgotten.

Camp Bnot Jersey Girls

(732) 768-9470
200 Wall Street
West Long Branch

Welcome to Camp Bnot Jersey Girls, Camp BJG is a full day Jewish summer camp servicing 3 year old through 9th grade girls and 3 year old through 5 year old boys on the Jersey Shore.

Summa Love Surf Camp

(908) 910-4552
1 South Bath Ave.
Long Branch

Summa Love Surf Camp follows the guidelines of the National Surf Schools and Instructors Association along with being accredited through the NSSIA. Our camps are geared to all levels, with small groups per instructor based on age, ability, and experience.