The Columbus Organization focus is on providing individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities or complex health concerns the opportunity to lead a self-directed life, including improved employability, relationships, and the ability to make positive life decisions.
The Warren County Health Department is conducting a Community Health Survey. This is an opportunity for you to say what you think about the health and wellness services available in our county.
The New Brunswick Bike Exchange will open for the 2023 season on APRIL 4, 2023. Come and visit, and see our bikes! Come and chat with our volunteers – we’d love to see you!
Please always check on the website before coming to the shop in case we have unexpected closings due to inclement weather, a lack of bikes or volunteers.
If you're a Hunterdon County resident behind on your rent and facing the threat of eviction, assistance is available!
What is Open the Lid?
We provide Web-based Classes & Community led by master teachers. Our goal is to empower individuals to move from where they are to where they want to be.
By Rutgers University Behavioral Health Care (UBHC)
The mission of the Mr. Fix-It program is to assist Hunterdon County seniors with the ability to remain i n their own homes as they advance in age.
The County College Based Center for Adult Transition (CAT) Grant will promote opportunities for independence in employment, post-secondary education, workplace readiness, independent living skills, and community engagement.
The Drug Enforcement Administration is advising the public of an alarming emerging trend of colorful fentanyl available across the United States. In August 2022, DEA and our law enforcement partners seized brightly-colored fentanyl and fentanyl pills in 18 states.
Free life skills program for youth ages 14-21 years old. There are 20 spots available.
This event is free! Featured speakers will be covering an array of topics including Adultism, Girls Leadership Styles, Adaptive Leadership: Emotional Intelligence and Styles, plus more!
The New Jersey Children’s System of Care (CSOC) has released a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) document for educators.
This resource can be found in two locations on the PerformCare NJ website:
Being a YAB member includes being a member of the community and a leader! The YAB focuses on prevention as well as relevant issues in our world today.
Free adult literacy programs for English-language learners of all skill levels are available this fall for residents of Hunterdon and Somerset counties.
NJ FamilyCare Launches a Pilot Program Promoting Effective Perinatal Care as Part of First Lady's Nurture NJ Campaign
As part of New Jersey’s continued commitment to making New Jersey the safest and most equitable state in the nation to deliver and raise a baby, First Lady Tammy Murphy and Human Services Commissioner Sarah Adelman today announced a new NJ FamilyCare pilot program promoting high quality perinatal care.
Introducing new service Expungement of Criminal Records
Call to determine eligibility for this free service. Hunterdon residents: 908-782-7979- Morris residents: 973-285-6911 Somerset residents: 908-231-0840 Sussex residents: 973-383-7400 Warren residents: 908-475-2010 OR visit LSNWJ.org
Legal Services of Northwest Jersey (LSNWJ) is a private nonprofit law firm that provides a full range of free legal services to people with limited income and to seniors in Hunterdon, Morris, Somerset, Sussex, and Warren Counties.
Updated services flyer for disaster response needing legal guidance such as Evictions Security deposits Rent increases TANF, General Assistance, Emergency Assistance, Food Stamps, SSI, Medicaid Unemployment FEMA claims Education rights for homeless and displaced children
SAMHSA’s new “Talk. They Hear You.” campaign “Parents’ Night Out” educational sessions aim to inform parents and caregivers about the realities of underage drinking and other drug use, prepare them to talk with their kids about these issues, and motivate them to start these important conversations.
The Greater Raritan Workforce Development Board and state system partners provide funding, services and resources to support businesses and non-profit organizations in Hunterdon and Somerset Counties with hiring, training and retention needs.
We are all in the process of adjusting to life as the pandemic enters another stage. Worried about remote work coming to an end? Anticipating your work environment will change once offices open back up at a larger capacity? Are you experiencing mental health or addiction symptoms as a result of COVID-19?
Approximately 1 in 5 experience unwanted online exposure to sexually explicit material while 1 in 9 experience online sexual solicitation