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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Colts Neck Public Library

(732) 431-5656
21 Winthrop Drive
Colts Neck

Colts Neck Public Library is a branch of Monmouth County Public Library System.

Colts Neck Recreation Summer Camp

(732) 780-6666
14 Heyers Mill Road
Colts Neck

Colts Neck Summer Camp provides a “neighborhood experience” for those children from graduates of kindergarten through the seventh grade for six weeks, June 28 till August 5, (2021) Colts Neck Recreation Summer Camp ’21 is open fully for all registrants through Community Pass: https://register.communitypass.net.

Colts Neck Reformed Church

(732) 462-4555
139 Route 537
Colts Neck

The Reformed Church in America is a mainline Reformed Protestant denomination.  Rrev. Scott D. Brown is Senior Pastor.

Comfort Zone Camp

(201) 632-3520
PO Box 301
Basking Ridge

A nonprofit 501(c)3 bereavement organization that transforms the lives of children who have experienced the death of a parent, sibling, or primary caregiver. Our programs are FREE of charge and include trust building activities and age-based support groups that break the emotional isolation grief often brings.

Common Ground Grief Center

(732) 606-7477
67 Taylor Ave.
Manasquan

We provide free, open-ended peer support groups for children ages 6-18 as well as a young adult support group for ages 19-30. We believe in supporting the family as a whole and therefore offer a concurrent adult support group that meets at the same time, for the caregiver of the child or teen who is participating in our program. 

Community Access Unlimited (CAU)

(908) 354-3040
80 West Grand St
Elizabeth

Community Access Unlimited (CAU) is a multi-faceted, human services agency that provides support services for at–risk youth and people with disabilities.

Community Affairs and Resource Center (CARC)

(732) 774-3282
913 Sewall Avenue
Asbury Park

Community Affairs and Resource Center (CARC) provides social services to economically disadvantaged individuals and families t with the goal of revitalizing the communities served. CARC is one of the very few service providers in Monmouth County that can effectively provide multi-lingual/multi-cultural diversity in its services.

Community Care Behavioral Health

(732) 462-5553
3443 Route 9 North
Freehold

Our mission is to provide quality mental health treatment to consumers with mental illness and co-occurring disorders, in a supportive and friendly environment.

Community Clinical Services

(201) 746-5279
1140 Burnt Tavern Rd
Brick

Community Clinical Services promotes health and wellness of the whole individual. We understand the importance of creating and maintaining a unique balance between an individual's emotional, mental, and physical well-being, with each being an integral piece to healing and preserving a healthy lifestyle. Our mission is to instill hope, empower, and implement strategies for continued growth.

Community Health Law Project (CHLP)

(732) 380-1012
3301 Rt. 66, Building C,
Neptune

The Community Health Law Project provides legal representation and advocacy services in civil legal matters. CHLP serves low-income people with disabilities throughout the state of New Jersey.

Community Health Law Project COVID-19 Helplines

In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, many individuals with disabilities need legal assistance. If you are a person with a disability and need legal help, please call the telephone number of the office that is closest to you. (flyer)

Community Hope, Inc.

(973) 463-9600
959 Route 46 East
Parsippany

Helping individuals, including veterans, and their families, overcome mental illness, addiction, homelessness, and poverty by providing housing and support services.

Community Options, Inc.

(609) 693-1700
202 North Main Street
Forked River

A nationally-based nonprofit organization headquartered in Princeton, Community Options believes in the dignity of every person and in the freedom of all people to experience the highest degree of self-determination. Embracing this philosophy, Community Options provides housing, support services, and advocacy assistance to help empower thousands of people with disabilities.

Community Refuge Church Pantry

(732) 446-2230
4 Sobechko Rd.
Manalapan

Church led by Apostle Fred Rubin & Lady Theresa Rubin. Apostolic/Pentecostal Church. For more information about the pantry, contact Fulfill.

Community YMCA Family Services, Matawan

(732) 290-9040
166 Main St
Matawan

With a focus on strengthening family life and individual growth, The Community YMCA provides a  comprehensive array of safe, confidential outpatient and psychiatric services to children, adolescents, adults and families in a caring and supportive environment.

Company of Dance Arts

(732) 842-4015
70 Apple Street
Tinton Falls

The Company of Dance Arts is administered by an all-volunteer Board of Trustees. Many aspects of the production - including set design and construction, advertising and promotion, ticket sales - all aspects of bringing a production to life are generated in-house by volunteers.

Compassionate Care Services LLC

(973) 986-3177
89 Hudson Street
Hoboken

Bilingual clinician in English and Arabic with specialties in trauma, depression, anxiety, family dynamics, depression and chronic illness.

Compassionate Counseling Services, LLC

(908) 309-2737

Compassionate Counseling Services, LLC is an Intensive in Community service provider for the Division of Children's System of Care. Compassionate Counseling Services currently services the Monmouth County area, providing flexible and time-limited counseling services to children and families in their home environment and community.

Concierge Orthodontist

(732) 719-8085
49 Branch Ave
Red Bank

We are a mobile orthodontic unit that comes directly to your home.

Concussion Center - Jersey Shore University Medical Center

(732) 776-2433
1945 Route 33
Neptune

The Concussion Center provides follow-up evaluation and treatment during the acute phase after emergency room, hospitalization or primary care physician visit due to concussion or more severe traumatic brain injury.