Coordinated Family Care

(732) 572-3663
30 Silver Line Drive
North Brunswick

Coordinated Family Care provides child centered and strength based care management services while partnering with families to realize their vision, goals, and full potential.


The country’s only legislated statewide police crisis intervention helpline. Cop2Cop provides peer and clinical support services, clinical assessments; referrals; and critical incident stress management to law enforcement members and their families.

Coping with Loss Support Group

(973) 383-0115
214 Washington St

Professionally run support for those grieving the loss of a loved one through death.

COR Behavioral

(833) 426-7222
15-01 Broadway suite 30a
Fair Lawn

COR Behavioral provides ABA and Autism in-home behavioral support services to persons with intellectual, developmental, Autism, or other disabilities throughout New Jersey, New York and St. Louis, MO. 

Corner House Behavioral Health

(609) 924-8018
1 Monument Drive

The Corner House program fosters an environment of change, awareness, honesty, and personal responsibility. Clinicians provide support, understanding, and acceptance while encouraging clients to build on their own individual strengths and mobilize available resources to create a happier and healthier way of living.

Cornerstone Family Programs Intoxicated Drivers Resource Center (IDRC) for Warren County

(973) 777-2048
62 Elm Street

The Intoxicated Drivers’s Resource Center is a 12 hour education for prevention program that is mandated for all person’s convicted of a first, third or multiple Driving Under the Influence (DUI) offense. Attendance is mandatory as class participation takes the place of jail time. Jail time cannot be substituted for IDRC participation. Person’s convicted of a second offense and sentenced to 48 hours will be scheduled to complete their program in Passaic County at the regional IDRC center. Questions on the 48 hour program should be directed to: 973-777-2048.

COSAC-New Jersey Center for Outreach and Services for the Autism Community

(609) 883-8100
1450 Parkside Ave

Autism Link’s mission is to provide information and support; to keep parents, family members of individuals with autism spectrum disorders and autistic individuals apprised of news and information, help them in their quest for services, and also in their quest for camaraderie with others in the autism community. We seek to directly help parents by providing opportunities for support, diagnosis, therapeutic services, inclusion and information, free of charge.COSAC is a non-profit agency providing information and advocacy, services, family and professional education and consultation. COSAC encourages responsible basic and applied research that would lead to a lessening of the effects and potential prevention of autism. COSAC is dedicated to ensuring that all people with autism receive appropriate, effective services to maximize their growth potential and to enhancing the overall awareness of autism in the general public.

Costello, Jennifer A., LCSW

(201) 213-2385

Talented and experienced group of clinicians providing IIC services since 2008. Focusing on mental health, behavioral health, developmental disabilities and substance abuse needs of youth ages 3-21 in New Jersey.

Council on Compulsive Gambling of NJ, Inc.

The Council on Compulsive Gambling of New Jersey, Inc. is a private non-profit organization that provides information, education and referral services for people affected by a gambling problem. The Council's mission is to educate the public to the fact that compulsive gambling is a treatable illness.

Counseling and Behavioral Services, LLC

(732) 762-1295

Counseling and Behavioral Services LLC is an agency dedicated to families, youth and their unique needs. We serve individuals with developmental disabilities and general mental health concerns.

Counseling on Wheels, LLC (Mariana de Martinez, LPC)

(908) 798-0079
120 Grand Ave

Mariana de Martinez, M.A. is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Board-Certified National Counselor. She also speaks fluent Portuguese and Spanish. She has more than 7 years of experience working as an Intensive In-Community (IIC) Counselor.

Covenant House New Jersey

(973) 621-8705
330 Washington Street
929 Atlantic Avenue
Atlantic City

CHNJ helps youth facing homelessness and human trafficking. We provide immediate shelter and care for youth age 18-21. We also provide an array of services to promote resilience to enable our clients to transition to independent living.

Coventry Family Practice

(908) 847-3300
755 Memorial Parkway

Coventry Family Practice is a group of Family Medicine physicians who are affiliated with Warren Hospital and its three-year Family Medicine Residency Program. Coventry is a large practice, dedicated to serving the needs of Phillipsburg and the surrounding communities and to developing compassionate, skillful physicians in the tradition and philosophy of family medicine.

Crawford House: Halfway House for Women

(908) 874-5153
362 Sunset Rd

Crawford House offers an intensive, comprehensive and highly individualized six-month treatment program. In addition to counseling, educational classes and employment readiness services, the program also emphasizes gaining experience in life skills management, such as budgeting, parenting, nutrition and stress management. Residents learn new, beneficial behaviors and healthy ways of coping.

Creative Consulting Services, Inc. (CCSI)

(732) 409-3003
321 Main Street

With a highly qualified staff of therapists, behavioral assistants and mentors, supported by an efficient and experienced administrative group, CCSI provides outstanding services to children and families throughout New Jersey.

Crisis Text Line

Crisis Text Line is free, 24/7 support for those in crisis. Text 741741 from anywhere in the USA to text with a trained Crisis Counselor.

Cross Roads Camp and Retreat Center

(908) 832-7264
29 Pleasant Grove Road
Port Murray

Cross Roads is a welcoming, ecumenical retreat center and camp of the Episcopal Diocese of Newark and the NJ Synod of the ELCA. We are accredited with the American Camp Association. Our Mission is to Joyfully experience God and Creation through faith, fellowship and fun!

Crossroads4Hope A Network of Cancer Support

(908) 658-5400
3 Crossroads Dr

Providing support to all people affected by cancer, and their loved ones, when it is needed most. Calendar of events and resources, Educational opportunities, Health & Wellness, Healthcare Partners, Nutrition, Program Registration, Support4Families, Support; bereavement, family & friends, newly diagnosed, patients and survivors.  Spanish too.


A project of the Research Institute for the Study of Language in Urban Society (RISLUS) and the Ph.D. Program in Urban Education. It’s made people more empathetic…to understanding what it’s like to be in the desk of a student for whom English is not their first language.

D&M Counseling

(908) 325-3566
260 Route 202/31 N Suite 300

D&M Counseling is comprised of two LCSW clinicians who co-facilitate therapeutic groups with a social skill focus. Our objective is to provide children and adolescents with a safe and fun learning environment to develop appropriate and more effective social skills

Dangers of Fentanyl & Counterfeit Pills

Fentanyl is a powerful synthetic opioid. It is cheaper and stronger than heroin. Fentanyl is being added to heroin, fake pills and other illegal drugs, and it is killing people. Get the Facts. Know the signs of overdose and how to respond.

Darbouze, LLC

(856) 200-3522
255 Broad Street

Darbouze Behavioral Health Services (DBHS) provides quality services to children, families, and individuals throughout the State of New Jersey. Our skilled clinicians work with individuals and families with emotional and behavioral health issues to maintain stability and achieve personal goals.

Dare 2 Believe Counseling, LLC

(201) 519-9990
95 West Main St

Dare 2 Believe Counseling (D2B) is a Medicaid approved agency that is contracted through the New Jersey Children's System of Care (NJ CSOC). We provide therapeutic and clinical services for youth ages 3-20.

Our staff specialize in a variety of different areas:

  • Multi-Cultural Families
  • Trauma
  • Parent Training
  • Substance abuse
  • Behavioral Challenges

DAWN Center for IL- Guide to Health and Wellness

Designed by DAWN CIL to provide information and resources for individuals with disabilities and access and functional needs, their caregivers, and their families to engage in public health and community health & wellness services in Warren, Sussex and Morris Counties.

DAWN Center for Independent Living (CIL)

(973) 625-1940
66 Ford Rd

DAWN Center for Independent Living is a not-for-profit organization that works with people with all disabilities to advance their independence.