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The Youth Success Network (TYSN)

(201) 731-3728
375 Sylvan Ave
Englewood Cliffs

The Youth Success Network is a State & Medicaid approved provider of children's behavioral health services. We provide therapeutic services to children & families in need of resources that can assist these families in reaching their goals.

  • Asperger Syndrome
  • Autism
  • Gender Identity
  • Mentoring
  • Parenting Skills - Parent Mentoring
  • BCBA - ABA services

Jersey Innovative Services

(732) 614-6145
2360 Lakewood Drive
Toms River

,FREE In-Home mental health services, evaluations and support - Licensed level clinicians provide in-home counseling services to help children and youth who are experiencing emotional and behavioral crises in: Bergen, Burlington, Essex, Middlesex, Monmouth, Morris, Ocean, Passaic, Sussex, Union counties with experienced, bilingual providers.

It Takes a Family (ITAF)

(609) 933-7044
101 Route 130 South
335 E. Jimmie Leeds RD
2500 brunswick pike

It Takes a Family (ITAF) believes in approaching mental health holistically, knowing that a collaborative effort with the community empowers families to raise children who can make positive impact on society.

First Children Services: Transitions School Refusal Program

(856) 888-1097
1256 Marlkress Rd
Cherry Hill
250 S Franklin Ave

The Transitions Program is a full day, small group, center-based home instruction educational program for students grades 5-12 with school refusal due to anxiety and/or depression.

Creative Healthcare Services Corporation (CHSC)

(856) 979-9690
1132 South Black Horse Pike

Creative Healthcare Services Corporation is an agency that provides in-home behavioral and clinical support services to children, adolescents, and young adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities; autism. Our skilled and professional staff include: Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBAs and BCaBAs) and Behavior Technicians (BTs) who provide behavior interventions; Licensed Professional Counselors (LPCs) and Licensed Clinical Social Workers (LCSWs) who provide clinical support services; and Individual Support Technicians (ISTs) who provide teaching on basic and instrumental activities of daily living to the population served.

Center for Family Services

(856) 964-1990
584 Benson St

At Center For Family Services, we blend high quality services with personalized care to help people of all ages in reaching their full potential. Through our programs, we help people who have experienced trauma in their lives as a result of addiction, homelessness, abuse, poverty, violence, and family crisis. Our services help people to heal, grow, and follow their own best life. 

By Design Social Skills LLC

(973) 294-0519
1725 Highway 35
Wall Township

We provide social skills training through structured, individualized play sessions consisting of games, play activities and video modeling. We also offer teen social skills groups, vocational training and individual counseling. Pragmatic language, friendship and play skills are just some of the areas we address. Children have fun while improving their socio-emotional development and increasing their confidence.

Isaiah House

(973) 678-5882
238 North Munn Ave
East Orange

Isaiah House is dedicated to those families who are considered "most fragile"--that is, those families who have been devastated by unemployment, illness, drug addiction, teenage pregnancy, fires, and other crises. In addition to housing, Isaiah House offers a variety of support services to family members, as well as an on-site NA support group.

High Focus Centers - Freehold

(732) 303-9900
6 Paragon Way

High Focus Centers offers evening addiction rehab services and full or half-day mental health treatment to adults, teens, and middle school-aged children. Our Freehold location serves residents of Monmouth County and areas within Ocean and Middlesex Counties.

The Federal Emergency Broadband Benefit (EBB) Program

The Emergency Broadband Benefit is an FCC program to help families and households struggling to afford internet service during the COVID-19 pandemic. This new benefit will connect eligible households to jobs, critical healthcare services, virtual classrooms, and so much more.

RIP Medical Debt

RIP Medical Debt is a Rye, New York-based 501 charity focused on the elimination of personal medical debt. Founded in 2014 by former debt collection executives Jerry Ashton and Craig Antico, the charity purchases medical debt on the debt collection market, and then forgives the debt

New Jersey State Elks Special Children's Committee Scholarship

(732) 326-1300
665 Rahway Ave.

New Jersey State Elks Special Children’s Committee awards two $10,000 scholarships to graduating seniors (one female, one male)  for the purpose of assisting students with disabilities in obtaining a college education.

Family Resource Network (FRN)

(800) 372-6510
50 Millstone Road
East Windsor

FRN is a comprehensive family-focused umbrella of organizations designed to provide community-based programs and services to individuals and families with a variety of disabilities and chronic conditions through our three affiliate organizations: Autism Family Services of New Jersey, Caregivers of New Jersey, and Epilepsy Services of New Jersey.

Cambridge Recovery Sober Living

(908) 946-0005
6 Red Maple Lane

Cambridge Recovery Sober Living is a state licensed and NJARR member sober living home. We offer an affordable transitional space for men who are committed to continuing their journey of overcoming alcohol and drug addictions.

RockStars Rising

(732) 984-4060
12 US 9 North

RockStars Rising is a program that was developed to offer individuals with unique learning styles a place to come and bring out their inner RockStar. Parents would sign up for one of our programs to introduce their children to music, and we were fortunate enough to teach them how to play an instrument.

Vella, Chris LLC

(732) 688-0287

With a focus on Intensive In-Community intervention, providers associated with Chris Vella LLC pride themselves on being culturally competent, diversely trained and experienced, while adhering to the highest ethical standards as they serve the youth, families, and agencies they partner with throughout the State of New Jersey.

Unlocked Potential, LLC

(732) 339-3100
331 Dorn Avenue

Unlocked Potential, LLC is committed to providing quality, community-based services to youth and families while utilizing an individualized and holistically informed approach. 

  • ABA Services
  • Behavior Support Plans (BPS Assessments)
  • Respite Care
  • Outpatient Services
  • Social Skills
  • Transitional Living Skills
  • Summer Camp

Tsiperfal, Gary, LCSW LLC

(732) 221-6581

Gary specializes in working with the IDD population and children and families involved with CMO and/or Mobile Response. Gary is certified in art and play therapy, CBT, ABA training, domestic violence counseling, lifelong self-sufficiency and job training.

Trovato, Maria, LCSW

(732) 331-0152

Providing Intensive In-Community Clinician therapy in English, Spanish and Portuguese. Behavioral Assistants in English and Spanish are also available.

Center for Family Wellness

(201) 266-0668
16 Chestnut Ave

The Center is a behavioral health and wellness group that focuses on the whole person. Alongside traditional therapy programs, self-care and life assessment are offered to ensure the balanced growth of our participants.

  • Play Therapy
  • Adoption/foster issues
  • Homelessness
  • Substance Abuse
  • DD Treatment
  • Works with parents/youth with TBI & paraplegia


(862) 576-3281
245 Snyder St

We are a Medicaid and CSOC behavioral agency. We provide community services throughout New Jersey. We also accept private pay.

Practical Therapy Network, LLC

(201) 214-5725
170 East Main Street



  • Play Therapy
  • Anger Management
  • Parenting Support
  • Outpatient Therapy: Children and Adults

Practical Therapy Network is a therapeutic agency compromised of a diverse team of licensed mental health professionals servicing youth and families utilizing a wrap-around, family-centered approach.

Phoenix Behavioral Health

(609) 771-3704
1014 Whitehead Rd Ext

Phoenix Support Services is a division of Phoenix Behavioral Health that aims to foster independence and assist in daily care for children with I/DD between the ages of 5-21.