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!
The Crossroads’ mission is to empower youth who are homeless, abandoned, abused, or at-risk to lead healthy, productive lives.
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.
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
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.
Our mission is to build, support, and strengthen children and families with evidenced-based mental health and human services.
A nonprofit organization serving people with disabilities in the New Jersey counties of Morris, Sussex, and Warren. We are committed to a consumer-directed approach empowering the people we serve to define their needs and goals. DAWN Center for Independent Living promotes self-direction in order to create, expand, and implement equal-access opportunities by and for people with disabilities.
We are among the few providers in New Jersey that offer a holistic dual program for individuals with Developmental Disability and Alzheimer's/Dementia in a state of the art facility. Our focus is on the overall wellbeing of our clients that goes beyond basic services.
Are you a parent raising a child with developmental or intellectual disabilities?
To enrich the lives of individuals and families through outstanding community-based supports and mutually rewarding relationships.
This helpline provides callers with general information about DCF programs and services.
This agency’s mission is to promote and provide services in the areas of education, employment, independent living and eye health through informed choice and partnership with persons who are blind or visually impaired, their families and the community.
The Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD) assures the opportunity for individuals with developmental disabilities to receive quality services and supports, participate meaningfully in their communities and exercise their right to make choices.
The Division of Medical Assistance and Health Services (DMAHS) administers the state-and federally- funded Medicaid program for certain groups of low to moderate income people. Through these programs, DMAHS serves more than 1,000,000 people. Its staff of over 500 works both in Trenton and in Medical Assistance Customer Centers (MACCs) throughout the state. The MACCs assist Medicaid clients in obtaining needed services and in answering questions regarding their benefit packages.
DMHAS, in partnership with consumers, family members, providers and other stakeholders, promotes wellness and recovery for individuals managing mental illness, substance use disorder or co-occuring disorder through a continuum of prevention, early intervention, treatment and recovery services delivered by a culturally competent and well trained workforce.
DBSA provides hope, help, support, and education to improve the lives of people who have mood disorders.
I am a bilingual/bicultural Clinical Social Worker, licensed in New Jersey and New York. I speak Spanish and have a knowledge of Portuguese. I consult regularly with PerformCare-New Jersey which works with the Children's System of Care (CSOC) to coordinate the care of children or young adults.
Recognizing the dangers of vaping, this best practices document was developed by Somerset County school district administrators in collaboration with the Somerset County Office of the Executive County Superintendent of Schools, Office of the Prosecutor, and the County Health Office.
Devereux Advanced Behavior Health New Jersey provides an array of individualized, cost-effective, quality services to children, youth, and adults with intellectual and/or developmental delays, emotional, behavioral, and medical challenges.
The Ombudsman can help you in several ways to:
• Answer questions about DMHAS Programs and Services.
• Help you to better understand your rights as a consumer receiving services.
• Assist in conflict resolution with a DMHAS contracted Community Provider.
• Answer questions about any changes in your services under a Fee For Service provider.
Autism New Jersey maintains this directory as a service to families, school districts and other professionals. The information listed was provided by each school, and their inclusion in this directory should not be considered an endorsement by Autism New Jersey.
Disability Allies, Inc. (DA) is a 501(c)(3) Non- Profit Organization based in East Brunswick, NJ, focused on creating a more inclusive community by connecting young adults with and without Special Needs.
New Jersey’s designated Protection and Advocacy agency under federal law. We advance the human, civil, and legal rights of persons with disabilities and promote their self-determination, independence, productivity, and integration into all facets of community life.
DDS I & R Specialists are available by phone to confidentially discuss issues and concerns, provide information, assist with problem solving, and to refer to appropriate agencies or services as necessary. All DDS I & R Specialists hold certifications from the Alliance of Information and Referral Systems (AIRS).
The mission of the NJ Division of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (DDHH) is to provide education, advocacy and direct services to eliminate barriers and promote increased accessibility to programs, services, and information routinely available to the state’s general population.