El Centro Hispanoamericano

(908) 753-8730
525 East Front Street

El Centro represents people without regard to country of origin, but we primarily serve the Spanish-speaking community in the central New Jersey region. All of our staff members have facility in Spanish. In addition to legal assistance, El Centro offers citizenship and ESL courses as part of its effort to help immigrants become productive members of their community. We also run a small emergency food pantry for those in need and provide personal “advocates” for those seeking services from public and private agencies.

Elks Camp Moore

(732) 326-1300
Pia Grant P.O. Box 1596

Elks Camp Moore offers a fun filled vacation away from home for children with special needs. A week at Elks Camp Moore is a remarkable experience not soon to be fogotten

Empower Somerset

(908) 722-4900
34 West Main Street

Our Mission Is to assist individuals and families in making positive lifestyle choices and foster healthy drug-free comminities through education, collaboration ans linkages to resources.

Empower U.

(855) 500-3848
78 John Miller Way
61 Monroe Street

Empower U. is a learning organization that strives to continuously support children, families, and communities through providing innovative and sustainable empowerment and therapeutic programming.

Services Offered:

  • Biopsychosocial Assessments (BPS)
  • Functional Behavioral Assessments (FBA)
  • Intensive In-Home (Clinical & Behavioral)
  • Family Support Services (Respite Care)
  • Mentoring
  • Parenting Skills (Parent Coach)

Enhancing Well-Being and Happiness for People with ASD Through Fine Arts

The fine arts are a wonderful outlet for self-exploration, creativity and self-expression. They are another channel for communication, showing us a window into a person’s world.  Experiences in the arts play a valuable role in helping a person to participate fully in the community and in society as a whole.

Epic Developmental Services

(732) 227-4050
825 Georges Rd
North Brunswick

Epic Developmental Services provides in home applied behavior analysis services to individuals on the autism spectrum throughout the state of New Jersey. Epic is in-network with most major medical insurances and provides continued oversight and support to our staff working in the field, including both BCBAs and behavior technicians.

Epilepsy Foundation of New Jersey

(800) 336-5843
1 AAA Drive, Suite 203

The Epilepsy Foundation of New Jersey, an affiliate of the National Epilepsy Foundation, is a state-wide, non-profit charitable agency dedicated to helping to improve the quality of life for people affected by epilepsy and their loved ones.

Epona Therapy Services

(732) 595-8515
Sutton farm road
107 W Woodschurch Rd
103 Capner St

Occupational therapy focused on unlocking your child's potential through hippotherapy, interactions with horses, goats and nature based therapy.

Equal Opportunity Support Services

(732) 641-0660
150 Maple Avenue #192
South Plainfield

Equal Opportunity Support Services is an organization qualified by the NJ State Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD) to provide services that assist individuals with disabilities in gaining access to needed medical, social, educational, vocational, and other services.

Everas Community Services, Inc.

(732) 805-1912
24K World's Fair Drive

Our mission is to provide innovative services that support independence and community inclusion for people across a broad spectrum of ability and specialized needs.

Every Child Matters

(908) 662-3200
1139 E Jersey St

Every Child Matters was founded in 2017 by Jacqueline D. Baxley, a licensed professional counselor with more than 15 years of experience in the industry. Since the establishment of our facility, we have serviced hundreds of children and families throughout the state of New Jersey providing therapeutic services in their homes and communities. 

Every Kid is One Caring Adult Away From Being a Success Story

Josh Shipp is a teen advice guru, motivational speaker, marathon runner, and undisputed guitar hero. With more than a decade of hands-on, real-world experience, Josh has earned an international reputation as a leading authority on teen communication. 

Facilitated Individualized Education Program (FIEP)

(609) 376-9060
P.O. Box 500

Free program to promote student-centered IEP meetings that are conducted in a respectful and collaborative manner. and to maximize district-level capacity to develop student-centered IEPs and minimize state-level procedural protections and interventions which often result from ineffective IEP meetings.

Faith Discovery Church

(908) 689-7777
33 Brass Castle Road

We are diverse - young families, older people, single people, married people, from many backgrounds. Our common connection  is our desire to know God through Jesus Christ. We invite you to come and visit.

Faith Family Equality The Latinx Roundtable

These resource were created to support families accept and love their LGBTQ family members unconditionally.

To accept and love a lesbian or gay family member, it is crucial that everyone in the family have good and reliable information about homosexuality, both scientific and religious information. The following resources provide that information.

Families & Community Together: FACT

(908) 789-8500
1170 Rt. 22 West

CARING IS OUR MISSION. We exist to help the children of Union County with complex emotional, social, behavioral and mental health needs, to succeed at home, in school and in their community.

Family & Community Services of Somerset County (FCS)

(732) 356-1082
339 West 2nd Street
Bound Brook

To enhance the quality of life of individuals, families and communities by providing professional family, mental health, and addictions services and innovative community-based programs.

Family Acceptance Project

The Family Acceptance Project™ (FAP) is funded by a growing family of individual donors, agencies and visionary foundations including The California Endowment, the Annie E. Casey Foundation and by a matching grant by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

Although there is an increasing amount of information about the risks and challenges facing lesbian, gay, bisexual (LGB) youth (and much less information about transgender youth), we know far less about their strengths and resiliency, including the strengths of families in supporting their children's health and well-being. Even though the family is the primary support for children and youth, and family involvement helps reduce adolescent risk, there have been no previous comprehensive studies of how parental, caregiver and family reactions controbute to their lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) children’s risk and well-being. Prior to this study, little information was available to show how families respond to an adolescent's coming out and how family and caregiver reactions contribute to health, mental health and development for LGBT young people.

The Family Acceptance Project™ (FAP) is directed by Caitlin Ryan at the Marian Wright Edelman Institute at San Francisco State University, and was developed by Caitlin Ryan and Rafael Dìaz in 2002. It includes the first major study of LGBT youth and their families.

The project was designed to:

  • Study parents’, families' and caregivers’ reactions and adjustment to an adolescent's coming out and LGBT identity.
  • Develop training and assessment materials for health, mental health, and school-based providers, child welfare, juvenile justice, family service workers, clergy and religious leaders on working with LGBT children, youth and families.
  • Develop resources to strengthen families to support LGBT children and adolescents.
  • Develop a new model of family-related care to prevent health and mental health risks, keep families together and promote well-being for LGBT children and adolescents. Findings are being used to inform policy and practice and to change the way that systems of care address the needs of LGBT children and adolescents.

For information on the project contact: Family Acceptance Project™ [email protected]

Family and Children's Services (FACS)

(908) 352-7474
40 North Avenue

Family and Children's Services, based in Elizabeth, is a non-profit mental health and social services provider with a 128-year history of serving people, including those covered by Medicaid. Licensed by the NJ Department of Health, we provide mental health counseling for individuals, couples and families; Intensive In Community (IIC) therapy; and case management services.

Family Crisis Intervention Unit (FCIU) - Hunterdon County

(908) 237-5525
2100 Wescott Drive

The Family Crisis Intervention Unit (FCIU) provides immediate crisis counseling to stabilize family crises, such as family conflict, runaways, threat to the juvenile’s emotional and physical well-being and truancy.

Family Crisis Intervention Unit (FCIU) - Somerset County

(908) 704-6330
27 Warren Street

The FCIU serves children and families who are in crisis as a result of any or all of the following: juvenile-family conflicts, serious threat to the well-being and physical safety of a juvenile, runaway behavior, youth involved in human trafficking, or youth who are truant from school.