Bernards Parents for Exceptional Children (PEC)

5 Lyons Mall, #160
Basking Ridge

The mission of the Bernards PEC is to provide the support that families, educators, and community organizations need to help individuals with disabilities reach their full potential.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Coastal and Northern New Jersey

(732) 544-2224
305 Bond St
Asbury Park

Provides one-to-one mentoring for youth ages 6-18 through our Community Based, School-Based, Workplace, College, Bigs in Blue, Kids Club, and Back on Track Programs. By placing children in a quality mentoring relationship, we are able to provide them with the tools they need to become competent, con?dent, and caring members of their community.

Birdhouse Center for the Arts-Music Therapy

(609) 397-3964
7 North Main Street

Founded in 2012, The Birdhouse Center For The Arts? is a creative hub located in the heart of Lambertville.  Inspired by the core belief that music and art can transform lives, The Birdhouse strives to provide quality learning and healing opportunities for people all ages. We offer programming such as music therapy, private music lessons, kids and adult music classes, workshops, listening experiences and cultural events.

Blue Light Music Program

(609) 310-3997
34 Mill Street
Mt. Holly
1027 South Clinton Ave
620 Lower Landing Rd

The Blue Light Music Program is a music, recording, and multimedia program for both typically developed individuals and those with special needs. Taking place in a professional recording studio or online, students have the opportunity to learn how to play musical instruments, operate recording technology, and record and produce their own music.

BlueCrest Recovery Center

(866) 675-5061
482 Notch Road
Woodland Park

BlueCrest Recovery's unique treatment approach integrates evidence-based practice and 12-step principles. Our comprehensive program incorporates numerous clinical and spiritual therapies, offering those suffering from substance abuse and co-occurring disorders the best opportunity for recovery.

Blueprint Mental Health

(908) 256-6965
73 West End Ave
26 Flanders Way

Blueprint Mental Health is New Jersey’s premier mental health practice located in the heart of beautiful downtown Somerville. Specializing in children, teens and young adults, (from about 6ish to about 30ish years old) Blueprint provides the absolute highest quality of clinical care to those struggling with such obstacles as depression, anxiety and family conflict. We are a young, yet experienced group of therapists who pride ourselves on truly connecting with and challenging our clients through a proactive approach to counseling.

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Boaz Community Corporation

(732) 220-1535
5 Paterson Street
New Brunswick

The Boaz Community Corporation is a not-for-profit community development organization dedicated to providing education and counseling on immigration and family law matters in the central New Jersey area. The Boaz Community Corporation's offices are located within the Christ Church of New Brunswick.

Boggs Center on Developmental Disabilities

(732) 235-9300
335 George St
New Brunswick

A federally designated University Center of Excellence in Developmental Disabilities Education, Research, and Service.  Emphasizes a community based, life span approach to meet the needs of individuals with developmental disabilities and their families.

Bonnie Brae

(908) 647-0800
3415 Valley Road
Liberty Corner

Bonnie Brae has helped over 10,000 boys and families since its founding in 1916. Bonnie Brae is a CSOC Medicaid Provider offering IIC, BA, Psychological Evaluations, and Substance Use Evaluations.

Services include:

Boy Scouts of America

(973) 765-9322
4468 S. main Road

The Boy Scouts of America is one of the nation's largest and most prominent values-based youth development organizations. The BSA provides a program for young people that builds character, trains them in the responsibilities of participating citizenship, and develops personal fitness.


Boys Scouts of America Patriots Path Council

(973) 765-9322
1 Saddle Road
Cedar Knolls

Providing programs, events and opportunities of a lifetime that serve to shape the lives of young men and women in Central and Northern New Jersey.

Brahma House

(908) 526-6605
49 Brahma Avenue

Brahma House offers abused, neglected and homeless youth a safe haven. At our short-term, residential crisis intervention program, we provide 13- to 18-year-olds with food, clothing, counseling, health care, education and independent-living skills.

Brain Injury Alliance of New Jersey (BIANJ)

(732) 745-0200
825 Georges Road
North Brunswick

The Brain Injury Alliance of New Jersey (the Alliance) is a statewide nonprofit organization dedicated to improving quality of life after brain injury, and offering the promise of a better tomorrow.

Brett DiNovi & Associates

(302) 562-7472; (856) 577-9335; (267) 982-0001
1000 Crawford Pl
Mount Laurel

We are an agency which services children with Autism. We provide ABA programming, Functional Behavior Assessments, Conduct Parent Trainings and workshops.

Bridgeway Behavioral Health Services

(908) 355-7886
615 North Broad Street

Bridgeway Rehabilitation Services facilitates, promotes, and fosters recovery from mental illness and co-occurring problems. We inspire and support individuals to become productive citizens who are fully engaged in their communities by creating opportunities for wellness, independent living, learning, working and social inclusion.

Bright Future Learning Center

(908) 218-0255
3322 Route 22 West

Bright Future Learning Center provides personalized Fundamental and Enrichment programs to help your child with Reading, Writing, Math and Science.

Bright Futures for Kids

(908) 281-1513
252 County Road 601
Belle Mead

The Bright Futures for Kids program serves children ages 4 through 12 who are affected by a family member’s addiction.

Broadway Respite and Home Care

(201) 703-3980
24-20 Broadway
Fair Lawn

Broadway Respite and Homecare of New Jersey provides quality, “in-home” services to all of the families that we serve. Our Program recipients enjoy greater freedom in the comfort of their home, with the skill of a trusted, professional caregiver.

BTC Counseling, LLC

(732) 354-2590
320 Raritan Ave
Highland Park

Pat Spencer, LCSW is the founder of BTC Counseling, LLC and believes that together we can Be The Change we wish to see in ourselves and in our community.

    Burlington County CMO: Partners for Kids and Families

    (609) 518-6800
    122-B Burrs Road
    Mount Holly

    Our mission is to provide quality care management services through the consistent application of wraparound values.  Our goal is to keep kids at home, in school, and out of trouble.

    B-Well Girls WAMS After School Program

    70 Quincy Rd
    Basking Ridge

    B-Well Girls is a NEW after-school wellness program at William Annin Middle School that promotes positive emotional, social, mental and physical development in girls. The program combines physical activities and fitness with lessons designed to encourage girls to embrace their individual strengths. 

    Calvary Bible Fellowship Church - Phillipsburg, NJ - Food Assistance

    (908) 995-7678
    191 Rt. 627

    Calvary Bible Fellowship Food Pantry distributes bags of non-perishable and shelf-stable items to individuals and families in need of basic food necessities. Fresh and preserved food are offered, but depend on pantry availability.

    Cambridge Behavioral Health, LLC

    (973) 998-6361
    89 Washington St

    Cambridge Behavioral Health provides quality mental and behavioral health services to children, adolescents, young adults, adults, and the family as a whole, promoting personal development and enhanced lifestyle choices. Services are provided by caring, dedicated professionals who are clinically licensed and/or board certified.