Central Jersey Housing Resource Center (CJHRC)

(908) 704-8901
600 First Avenue

CJHRC is a non-profit alliance of representatives from corporate and financial institutions, the real estate and development communities, social service providers, government leaders and housing advocates, working locally to resolve issues facing households who are struggling to find housing that meets their needs and means.

Certfied Fitness for Special Needs

(908) 923-4094
295 Rt. 22 East
Whitehouse Station

Certified Fitness For Special Needs provides individual and group fitness classes on-or-off site for youth and adults with special challenges. We are an inclusive gym dedicated to improving our clients overall health and well-being.


(908) 355-3663
31 Evans Terminal

Community FoodBank of New Jersey

Now More Than Ever

We fight hunger and poverty in New Jersey by assisting those in need and seeking long-term solutions. We engage, educate and empower all sectors of society in the battle. We fill the emptiness caused by hunger with Food, Help and Hope.

CGS Family Partnership, Inc.

(856) 716-2100
445 Woodbury-Glassboro Road

The mission of CGS Family Partnership is to maintain children with emotional and behavioral challenges safely at home, in school and in the community. Our mission is achieved through providing support, education and advocacy and by connecting children and families to the appropriate services and resources in their communities.

Chen, Yen Ping, MD

(732) 235-6230
89 French Street
New Brunswick

Department of Pediatrics Child Health Institute of New Jersey (CHINJ)

Child & Adolescent Psychiatry

(856) 751-4127
1930 Marlton Pike East
Cherry Hill

Talking, understanding, making sense out of particular perceptions or what is going on in someone's life–this is the work of psychiatry, not just simply throwing a medication in the mix and hoping for the best. You and your family deserve this kind of care.

Child and Family Solutions

(856) 352-0054
2030 N. Blackhorse Pike

Child and Family Solutions provides in-home counseling to youth, families, and the developmentally disabled to help them attain personal, behavioral, emotional, and academic goals. Through consistent care and evidence-based interventions, Child and Family Solutions continue to foster growth and stability within the family unit.

Child and Family Therapy of New Jersey

(973) 908-5209
P.O. Box 85

Kate Langhart specializes in helping parents and children emotionally bond to create healthy, loving, affectionate parent-child relationships.

Child Play Therapy with a Family Connection, LLC

(908) 236-2763
1360 US Highway 22 West

Play is the child’s natural form of communication. During their play, children reveal unconscious fears, worries, thoughts and wishes. The toys are the child’s words. 

Children's Aid and Family Services (CAFS)

(201) 740-7124
76 South Orange Ave
South Orange
22-08 Route 208 South
Fair Lawn
76 South Orange Avenue
South Orange

Children's Aid and Family Services provide high-quality, innovative services to children, adults, and their families that advance social, educational and emotional development and well-being. 


  • ARC-GROW Therapy
  • Domestic Violence
  • Reunification Therapy
  • Developing & Implementing Treatment Plans
  • AAC Device
  • Problematic Sexual Behavior

Children's Home Society of New Jersey

(609) 695-6274
635 South Clinton Ave

We provide adoption options, birth parent counseling, child abuse prevention and treatment, child care services, community, and neighborhood-based services, foster care, pre-and post-natal services, school-based youth services, child welfare services, early childhood, and parenting services, including ARC Grow and Trauma Focused CBT. 

Childrens Hospital at Saint Peter's University Hospital

(732) 565-5437
254 Easton Avenue
New Brunswick

As a state-designated acute care children’s hospital, The Children’s Hospital at Saint Peter’s University Hospital offers a full-range of pediatric specialized healthcare services for newborns and children through young adulthood.

Children's Mobile Response & Stabilization Services (CMRSS)

(877) 652-7624
P.O. Box 729


NJ Children’s System of Care (CSOC) serves children, adolescents and young adults with emotional and behavioral health care challenges and their families; children with developmental and intellectual disabilities and their families; and alcohol/substance use solutions.

Children's Specialized Hospital

(888) 244-5373
150 New Providence Road

The mission of Children's Specialized Hospital is to be the preeminent provider of specialized healthcare services for infants, children and young adults

Children's Specialized Hospital-Neurology

(888) 244-5373
150 New Providence Road

The mission of Children's Specialized Hospital is to be the preeminent provider of specialized healthcare services for infants, children and young adults

ChoicePoint Addiction Services

(908) 948-8802
23-00 State Route 208 South
Fair Lawn

Virtual or in-person addiction treatment center in Fair Lawn, NJ made to fit your life. Medicaid, Medicare, and almost all other insurance are accepted. 

Circles of Communication

(908) 892-4323
22 Seabrook Rd

Virtual Activity Groups for EVERY body

A full schedule of wellness classes and special interest social groups for teens and adults of all abilities

Clarity Treatment Center

(732) 442-3535
262 State Street
Perth Amboy

Clarity Treatment Center is an outpatient treatment center for adults seeking treatment for addictions, alcoholism, and co-occurring disorders.

Clear Conscience Counseling, LLC (John Gore, LCADC)

(973) 454-6711
2509 Park Avenue
South Plainfield

Therapeutic counseling services to the community, including the underserved. We offer intensive outpatient, outpatient, group, family, and Individual therapy as well as substance abuse and mental health treatment to adults and adolescents.

Clearbrook Treatment Centers

(717) 783-8675
132 Kline Plaza

The mission of Clearbrook Treatment Centers’ alcohol and drug rehabilitation programs is to help the alcohol/drug dependent person achieve two long-term goals: abstinence from all mood altering chemicals and a new way of living, free from the mental obsession.  The final realization of these long-term goals is a lifelong pursuit and the alcohol and drug rehabilitation program is viewed as only the beginning of what must be a continued effort to maintain the lifestyle conducive to remaining free from all mood-altering chemicals.