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Bonnie Brae

(908) 647-0800
3415 Valley Road
Liberty Corner

Bonnie Brae has helped over 10,000 boys and families since its founding in 1916. Bonnie Brae is a CSOC Medicaid Provider offering IIC, BA, Psychological Evaluations, and Substance Use Evaluations.

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Get Connected to Phone or Internet Service - Lifeline

Lifeline provides subscribers a discount on qualifying monthly telephone service, broadband Internet service, or bundled voice-broadband packages purchased from participating wireline or wireless providers. You may be eligible to get Lifeline based on your income or participation in a government assistance program. [email protected]

United Family Services

(856) 332-4698
1 S Broad St.

Our staff assists parents or guardians to establish control and guidance of their family, identify natural supports in their family and community and learn and practice skills needed to negotiate through the years leading to adulthood.

Family Therapy and Consultation Services (FTxCS)

(856) 332-4698
1 Lupton Ave

Family Therapy and Consultation Services (FTxCS) and United Family Services (UFS) provide assessment, individual and family therapy, and behavior assistance services in the Southern Region Counties of New Jersey. Services are provided in the homes of youth and families through a referral from the NJ Children’s Behavioral Health System of Care.

Oceans Family Success Center

(732) 455-5272
1004 Comstock Street
Asbury Park

Oceans Family Success Center strengthens and empowers families in the greater Asbury Park Community through collaborative activities and educational programs. We are a welcoming community center that partners with families to provide hope.

Disabled Veterans Department of New Jersey - Freehold Chapter 74

(732) 239-0368
73 East Main Street

DAV provides information and support to veterans with disabilities all over the state. Whether you need assistance with your VA claims or want insight into current legislative actions that affect veterans, we can help. 

AHEPA Service Dogs for Warriors

AHEPA Service Dogs for Warriors matches veterans with specially trained service dogs to help mitigate and assist them in their path to recovery and management of their disabilities; as well as, provide the veteran with the companionship and therapeutic qualities of a specially trained service dog that was rescued from a dog pound at no cost to the veteran. 

Waters & Sims Employment Services, Inc.

(732) 747-5544
135 Monmouth St
Red Bank
1800 Route 9
Toms River
P.O. Box 8685
Red Bank

An employment services agency committed to the success of its clients providing them with basic skills and assistance  finding competiive employment.

Bayshore Lunch Program

(732) 217-1148
P.O. Box 686 Keyport, NJ 07735

The Bayshore Lunch Program provides a meal for all those in need of food and fellowship in the Bayshore area. We currently operate three days a week but we are hoping to expand to five days a week in the future.

Arc of New Jersey

(732) 246-2525
985 Livingston Ave
North Brunswick

The Arc of New Jersey is committed to enhancing the quality of life for children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families, through advocacy, empowerment, education and prevention.

Teen LGBTQ and DBT Skills Group

(732) 389-0697
615 Hope Road Building 5B

This group is open to high school teens who want to learn about the four core skills of Dialectical Behavior Therapy:  Mindfulness, Interpersonal Effectiveness,  Distress Tolerance, and Emotional Regulation.  This is an 18-week closed series, and is available in person or virtually.

Middletown Arts Center Day Off From School Day Camp Program

(732) 706-4100
36 Church Street

The Middletown Arts Center will continue to offer day-camp programming for Elementary School students when the Middletown Schools are closed. Creative activities will fill the half and full-day options led by Miss Fish the Doodle Dude and friends. 

Middletown Arts Center

(732) 706-4100
36 Church Street

Explore all the classes and workshops we have available for adults, children and teens in a variety of art disciplines including visual art, dance, music, theatre, writing, film & video, multi-media and more!

HABcore, Inc.

(732) 544-1975
PO Box 2361
Red Bank

By providing permanent housing and individualized support, HABcore helps homeless families, veterans, and individuals with special needs move through crisis to stability, giving them the opportunity to improve their lives.

Monmouth Medical Center Family Crisis Program

(732) 923-6999
300 Second Avenue. Long Branch, NJ 07740
Long Branch

Monmouth Medical Center offers a Family Crisis program where a youth specialist provides mobile crisis evaluation and intervention for children and youth ages 5 to 17 and their families at school or at their home. The goal of this program is to limit the exposure to emergency and psychiatric emergency services.

Breast Intentions

[email protected]
P.O. Box 926

Breast Intentions is a crisis intervention charity providing financial and emotional help to breast cancer patients and their families. The goal of Breast Intentions is to help cure the day-to-day financial strain that a breast cancer diagnosis often brings.

Spring Lake Public Library

(732) 449-6654
1501 Third Avenue
Spring Lake

Spring Lake Public Library is a member of the Monmouth County Library System.

Kula Urban Farm

(732) 455-0511
115 Atkins Ave.
Asbury Park

Kula Urban Farm is a social enterprise that provides on-site job training, educational programs, farm-to-table dinners, and free fresh produce to neighbors in need. We also transform vacant lots into community gardens and manage a hydroponic greenhouse. Our produce is sold to the public as well as to local restaurants.

Allies, Inc.

(609) 689-0136
1262 Whitehorse-Hamilton Square Road

Allies, Inc. is an accredited nonprofit agency dedicated to providing housing, healthcare, meaningful employment, and recreational opportunities to people with special needs in the communities of their choice.. Works one-on-one to design a plan of individualized services and activities to meet specific needs and desires.

Catastrophic Illness in Children Relief Fund (CICRF)

When your child’s medical bills are too big to handle, we can help. The Fund is a financial assistance program for New Jersey Families with potentially catastrophic medical expenses due to a child’s illness or condition. 

Eatontown Recreation Summer Camp

(732) 389-7607
47 Broad Street
1-99 Willow Ave.

6 Week program starting Tuesday July 6, 2022 ending August 13, 2022. Wolcott Park, 9AM-12PM Monday-Friday Eatontown Boys and Girls entering Pre-K as of September 2022. (Pre-k must turn 4 by 10/1/22)

Caring Family Community Services

(732) 780-2799
1021 West Commodore Blvd

Caring Family Community Services provides a wide array of services for individuals with emotional, behavioral and developmental challenges.


  • Transgender Issues
  • LGBTQ+
  • Anger Mgt./Coping Skills
  • Social Skills
  • ADHD
  • Parenting Strategies
  • Eating Disorders
  • Play Therapy
  • Outpatient Therapy (office-based in Jackson; telehealth statewide)