Resource Directory

Welcome to Safe+Sound Somerset’s Resource Directory! The Resource Directory is a partial list of the resources available in our community, and is meant to be a starting point to help you identify services and providers. Please note that Safe+Sound Somerset cannot vouch for any of these resources. Search websites, ask for recommendations from friends and peers, and call or email a potential service provider to decide whether or not something is the right fit for you.

This Resource Directory will be updated regularly. Safe+Sound reserves the right to choose which information we will publish.

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1 in 6 – Supporting Male Survivors of Sexual Violence

Website with info/resources, and weekly group chat for adults with counselor.

In Person / Virtual: Virtual
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Go to website

1-to-1 Online Peer Support Chat – LGBTQ+ National Help Center

Anonymous and confidential space online to connect with a trained LGBTQIA+ peer support volunteer. We discuss many different issues and concerns including, but not limited to, coming out issues, gender and/or sexuality identities, relationship concerns, bullying, workplace issues, HIV/AIDS anxiety, safer-sex information, suicide, and much more.

Hours: Monday thru Friday from 4pm to midnight; Saturday from noon to 5pm, Eastern
How to Access: Go to website

2ndFLOOR Youth Helpline

Helpline and online message board for New Jersey's youth and young adults (10-24)

None
Call or text: 888-222-2228
Hours: 24 hours/7 days call or text
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: For hearing impaired callers, 2NDFLOOR can be reached at the following TTY number: 732-264-1703.

4-H Hunterdon County

Provides fun, informal, and educational programs for youth grades K-13

314 Route 12, County Complex Building #2
Flemington, NJ 08822
In Person / Virtual: Virtual
How to Pay: Free or low cost (some clubs may charge membership dues)
How to Access: Call or see website for info

4-H of Somerset County

Provides fun, informal, and educational clubs/programs for youth grades K-13

Ted Blum 4-H Center, 310 Milltown Rd.
Bridgewater, NJ 08807
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Pay: Free or low cost (some clubs may charge membership dues)
How to Access: Call or see website for info

911

Call in case of emergency

911
How to Access: Call

988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline (formerly National Suicide Prevention Lifeline)

Call or live chat on website. Free and confidential support for people in distress or their loved ones. Prevention and crisis resources on website. American Sign Language services available. Button to call on website, plus text lifeline.

Hours: 24 hours/7 days
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Call. For ASL, click "ASL Now" button on website

A Center for Change – Hunterdon County location

Counseling and therapy center with multiple northern NJ locations

2200 Building, 1220 Highway 31
Lebanon, NJ 08833
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Pay: $200 for evaluation, $150 for 45 min. Reduced fees avail., private insurance, self-pay
How to Access: Call or request appt. online

Abuse Intervention Program – Prevention Resources

Treatment aimed at addressing and preventing abuse/controlling behavior among individuals who have cause harm in their intimate relationships. For Somerset, Hunterdon, and Middlesex counties. Every county in NJ has an AIP provider.

Somerset County: Stephanie Powley
4 Walter E. Foran Blvd.
Flemington, NJ 08822
Referal Form :Self refer, or can be referred by community partners like courts, DCPP, law enforcement
How to Access: Call or email - check website for additional info

Abuso Sexual Infantil

Un recurso para padres y cuidadores que enfrentan el abuso sexual infantil de un niño que aman

Adult Day Center of Somerset County

908-725-0068
872 E Main Street
Bridgewater Township, NJ 08807
Hours: Monday-Friday: 7:30 AM- 4:30 PM
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Pay: Sliding scale; some financial assistance available
Expected Wait Time: 2 months; varies
How to Access: Call or visit website (More tab - Eligibility and Application)

Adult Survivors of Child Abuse Support Groups

Adult Survivors of Child Abuse organizes support groups around the U.S. and abroad,

How to Access: Find a group on website

Affordable Homes New Jersey Website at Community Grants, Planning & Housing (CGP&H)

Website providing links by county to affordable housing. This organization is dedicated to assisting very low, low, and moderate income households find affordable housing in a fair and respectful manner.

1249 South River Road, Suite 301
Cranbury, NJ 08512
In Person / Virtual: Virtual
How to Access: Visit website

After Silence Message Board

After Silence is an online support group, message board, and chat room for rape, sexual assault, and sexual abuse survivors. You are not alone, you are not broken, and you can heal.

In Person / Virtual: Virtual
How to Access: Visit website and post

Agape House

Emergency housing and case management for single adults and families with children

122-128 E. Main St.
Somerville, NJ 08876
Hours: 24/7
In Person / Virtual: In person
Referal Form :Referrals through Somerset County Board of Social Services
How to Access: Contact Board of Social Services - 908-526-8800

Alternatives, Inc. – Non-emergency Housing Services

Non-emergency housing for houseless individuals - Somerset County only - including disabled folks.

908-685-1444
600 1st Ave
Raritan, NJ 08869
Referal Form :Application on website
How to Access: Call or send in application

Anderson House for Women, by Turning Point NJ

Long-term care program for women recovering from substance use and mental health disorders

908-534-5818
532 County Rd. 523
Whitehouse Station, NJ 08889
Hours: 9am-5pm office hours
In Person / Virtual: In person
Referal Form :Call or visit website for info: https://www.turningpointnj.org/anderson-house/admissions-criteria/make-a-referral/
Expected Wait Time: Admission starts 24 hours after call
How to Access: Call

ARC of Hunterdon County

Local services for people with disabilities, families, and caregivers

908-730-7827
Shelbourne at Hunterdone, 53 Frontage Rd., Suite 150
Hampton, NJ 08827
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Access: Call

Arc of Somerset County

Local services for disabled adults and children, families, and caregivers. For children: early intervention, developmental daycare, integrated developmental preschool

908-725-8544
141 South Main Street
Manville, NJ 08835
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Pay: Low cost, Medicaid
How to Access: Call, transportation available

Babs Siperstein PROUD Center at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Somerset

Specialized primary care services for the LGBTQIA+ community 18+. Shares campus with Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital. Includes support group virtual - every 3rd Wed. of the month at 7 pm. Must call or email to preregister

128 Rehill Ave., Suite 1100
Somerville, NJ 08876
Hours: Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Access: Call or request appt. on website

Behavior Therapy Associates

Counseling center and support for youth and disabled folks; groups available. Many other locations in NJ.

35 Clyde Rd., Suite 101
Somerset, NJ 08873
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Access: Call or email

Benefits.gov

Online resource to find federal benefits you may qualify for.

Virtual
Hours: 24 hr/7 days
In Person / Virtual: Virtual
How to Access: View website or use help center page for questions

Better Life Behavioral Health Care, LLC – Barbara Costlow, LPC

Private counselor

31 E. High St.
Somerville, NJ 08876
How to Pay: Credit card, may be other options
How to Access: Call, can fill out forms in advance on website

Betty and Arthur Roswell Counseling Center at Jewish Family Service

NJ State licensed community mental health outpatient provider.

150-A West High Street
Somerville, NJ 08876
Hours: Mon.-Fri. by appointment
In Person / Virtual: Virtual
How to Pay: Sliding fee scale and insurance can work with all budgets. Call for info
How to Access: Call or email

Bloom app and courses – Healing from Trauma

Learn and heal from trauma in a private, supportive space. Self-guided courses are written and checked by survivors, allies, mental health support workers and therapists from around the world.

How to Pay: Payment plans - monthly, yearly, lifetime
How to Access: Go to website

Blueprint Mental Health

Child and teen counseling center, individual and groups

73 West End Ave.
Somerville, NJ 08876
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Access: Book a free consultation call on website

Bonnie Brae

Residential school and therapeutic community for NJ boys in crisis, ages 12-21

908-647-0800
3415 Valley Rd., PO Box 825
Liberty Corner, NJ 07938
How to Access: Call or view website

Brain Injury Alliance of NJ

Support, advocacy, care management, and info for those impacted by Brain Injury. The Helpline is not intended to replace professional and/or medical advice.

825 Georges Rd., 2nd floor
North Brunswick, NJ 08902
Hours: Helpline is Mon-Fri 9am-5pm
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Call Helpline

Breath of Life Counseling – Somerset Location

Counseling center for teens (12+) and adults

107 Cedar Grove Lane, Suite 103E
Somerset, NJ 08873
How to Access: Call

Bridgewater YMCA

Wide range of services - see tags and website for info. This location holds summer camp, not childcare

908-526-0688
601 Garretson Rd.
Bridgewater, NJ 08807
Hours: M-F 5am-10pm; Sat.-Sun. 7am-5pm
In Person / Virtual: In Person
How to Pay: Monthly fee for individuals and different groups of families. Financial assistance available
How to Access: Call or see website

Bridgewater YMCA Little Free Pantry

Little free pantry to take or leave anything.

(908) 526-0688
601 Garretson Road
Bridgewater, NJ 08807
Hours: 24/7
In Person / Virtual: In person
How to Pay: Free
Expected Wait Time: None
How to Access: Located outside YMCA

Bridgeway Psychiatric Emergency Screening Services (PESS)

For Somerset County residents - mobile mental health urgent care, crisis intervention, and stabilization services. For those experiencing acute psychiatric distress. Also providing traumatic incident debriefing. Living rooms have reopened, available Tuesday through Saturday, 12-8pm and Sunday & Monday, by appointment only

908-526-4100
282 East Main Street
Somerville, NJ 08876
Hours: 24 Hours
In Person / Virtual: High risk assessments in person. All others are tele-health
How to Access: Call. Making appointment if possible is encouraged

Bright Sky App

Bright Sky is a safe, easy to use app and website that provides practical support and information on how to respond to domestic violence. It is for anyone experiencing domestic violence, or for those worried about someone else. Please only download the app if it is safe for you to do so, and if you are sure that your phone isn’t being monitored. The app is not recommended to any survivor who has their phone routinely monitored by their perpetrator or one who deems the app could increase their level of risk.

In Person / Virtual: Virtual
How to Access: Go to website and download in app store

Brightside Family Services

In home counseling and telehealth for children, teens, and families - serves much of NJ including Somerset and Hunterdon Counties

PO Box 5
Springfield, NJ 07081
In Person / Virtual: Both
Referal Form :Youth may be referred to Brightside Family Services through PerformCare, the Contracted System Administrator for NJ Children's System of Care.
How to Pay: Self pay online - call to confirm other forms of payment
How to Access: Call for info or get referred through PerformCare

Butterfly Effect Counseling And Consulting LLC

Private counselor for 18+

1000 NJ-34 Suite 301
Matawan, NJ 07747
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Pay: Accepts insurance, out of network, self pay, etc.
How to Access: Call or click button on website

Buy Nothing Group – Somerville

Local Facebook giving group - for neighbors in Somerville, Bridgewater, Raritan, Hillsboro, Manville and Bound Brook NJ.

Hours: 24 hours/7 days
In Person / Virtual: Virtual
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Go to website, click "join group" and answer 3 questions - see group rules for more info

Buy Nothing Group- Montgomery/Rocky Hill

Local Facebook giving network - Montgomery and Rocky Hill only

Hours: 24 hours/7 days
In Person / Virtual: Virtual
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Click "join group" and answer 3 questions - see group rules for more info

Calm and Sense Therapy – Watchung Branch

Counseling Center for youth, adult, seniors - groups available

786 Mountain Blvd., Suite 104
Watchung, NJ 07069
In Person / Virtual: Virtual
How to Pay: Some insurance accepted in network (see website), also take cash, check, credit card
How to Access: Call or fill out online form

Cambridge Recovery Sober Living

Male-only, age 18+ recovery transitional home with supportive services, including sober living homes.

6 Red Maple Lane
Flanders, NJ 07836
In Person / Virtual: In person
How to Pay: Sliding scale/self pay
How to Access: Call. Transportation available.

Camden Center for Law and Social Justice (CCLSJ)

Has Bilingual Staff Has Income Guidelines The immigration staff has minimal fees and clients are expected to pay costs and filing fees. Counties Serviced: Camden

Caring Contact Hotline

Volunteer-staffed caring and crisis hotline, providing support on mental health and preventing emotional crises

(908)-232-2880; text "Heart" to 741-741
P.O. Box 2376
Westfield, NJ 07091
How to Pay: Free

Caring Family Community Services

Majority in-home services for youth with emotional and behavioral challenges, and autism, plus counseling

732-780-2799
1021 West Commodore Blvd.
Jackson, NJ 08527
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Pay: Private pay, most major insurances accepted
How to Access: Call

Carrier Clinic

Substance use services for teens and adults

800-933-3579
252 County Road 601
Belle Mead, NJ 08502
Hours: Varies
How to Access: Call

Casa de Esperanza

Legal services for the immigrant and refugee community

732-748-1111
213 West Union Ave. (Rt. 28)
Bound Brook, NJ 08805
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 9am-5pm
How to Pay: Low cost or free
How to Access: Call.

Catholic Charities – Bridgewater Family Service Center

Variety of services for families, youth, and individuals. Early Head Start and Head Start daycare - check website for info

908-722-1881
540 US-22
Bridgewater, NJ 08807
In Person / Virtual: Both
Referal Form :Self or community provider can refer
How to Access: Call or use contact form: https://ccdom.org/somerset

Catholic Charities – Immigration Services

Variety of services for immigrants and their families

732-324-8200
Various
New Brunswick, Phillipsburg, Perth Amboy, NJ
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Access: Call to schedule appointment

CDC Suicide Prevention website

Information and prevention strategies for suicide

In Person / Virtual: Virtual
How to Pay: Free

Center for Discovery – Bridgewater Location

Outpatient eating disorder facility - all genders, ages 10+

844-507-0058
745 Route 202, Suite 103
Bridgewater, NJ 08807
Hours: Monday-Friday: 11AM - 7PM
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Pay: Accepts most major insurances
How to Access: Call for a confidential consultation

Center for Educational Advancement – Employment Services

Job training and related services for young disabled folks

908-782-1480
11 Minneakoning Rd.
Flemington, NJ 08822
How to Access: View website or call

Center for Great Expectations

Services for families and individuals, impacted by trauma. Focus on substance use and mental health. Childcare is onsite for CGE clients.

19 Dellwood Lane
Somerset, NJ 08873
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Access: Call or visit website for more information

Center for Hope and Safety

Counties Serviced: Bergen Language Line Available Bilingual Staff Income Guidelines No income guidelines for FROs; income limits apply for representation in custody and divorce cases.

(201) 527-6275 (emergent legal services). (201) 944-9600 (24/7 helpline)

Center for Intrapersonal Wellness, LLC

2 North Road, Suite 3
Warren, NJ 07059
How to Pay: $125 per 50 min. Accepts some private insurance, reduced fee services, self pay
How to Access: Call, email, or appt. request on main website page

Center for Psychological Services of Somerset County, LLC

Counseling center, groups available

390 Amwell Rd., Suite 104
Hillsborough, NJ 08844
In Person / Virtual: Virtual
How to Pay: Accepts most major insurances, checks, cash, Visa/Mastercard
How to Access: Call or email

CenterPiece Counseling

Counseling center for teens and adults

20 Marigold Ln.
Somerset, NJ 08873
How to Access: Call

Central Jersey Community Development Cooperation

Community services for low to moderate income county residents

727 Franklin Blvd., Suite 3
Somerset, NJ 08873
How to Access: Call, view website for info

Central Jersey Family Health Consortium

Wide range of services to improve the health of women of childbearing age, infants, and children; virtual support groups and webinars

732-937-5437
30 Silverline Drive, 2nd Floor, Suite 1
North Bruswick, NJ 08902
Hours: Monday-Friday: 8am-4:30pm
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Access: Call or check website for info

Central Jersey Housing Resource Center

Provides services for low- and moderate-income families covering Homebuyer Education, foreclosure and delinquency counseling, and financial literacy. Affordable housing info and guide on website. Walk-ins not available due to high demand - by appointment only.

92 East Main St., Suite 407
Somerville, NJ 08876
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Call or email to make appointment

Central Jersey Legal Services

Income Guidelines Bilingual Staff Counties Serviced: Union, Middlesex, Mercer

Trenton: (609) 695-6249, New Brunswick: (732) 249-7600, Perth Amboy: (732) 324-1613, Elizabeth: (908) 354-4340

Central Jersey Psychotherapy, LLC

Private counselor ages 11+, specializing in immigrant and Spanish-speaking populations; women's groups avail.

908-516-3285
719 Route 206, Suite 201
Hillsborough, NJ 08844
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 9am-8pm
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Pay: Some reduced fees available
How to Access: Call

Child Health Clinics sponsored by Community Visiting Nurses Association

Free clinics for Somerset County residents that provide well baby check-ups and immunizations for babies, toddlers, and children who attend school 18 and under. Families without health insurance can access this service. Check website for town restrictions.

908-725-9355, ext. 0
110 West End Ave.
Somerville, NJ 08876
In Person / Virtual: In Person
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Call - by appointment only

Childhelp National Child Abuse Hotline

The Childhelp National Child Abuse Hotline is dedicated to the prevention of child abuse. Serving the U.S. and Canada, the hotline is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week with professional crisis counselors.

1-800-422-4453
Hours: 24/7
In Person / Virtual: VIrtual
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Call

Children’s System of Care Hotline

Info on services for children and teens with emotional and behavioral health care challenges, and their families. Behavioral Health, Intellectual/Developmental Disability Services, Substance Use Treatment

1-877-652-7624
Hours: 24 hours/7 days
How to Pay: Free

Chinese American Mental Health Outreach Program (CAMHOP-NJ)

Support groups and free services serving immigrant families of Chinese origin affected by mental illness

(732) 940-0991 ext.114
Hours: Various night times, monthly
In Person / Virtual: Virtual
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Register on website - may call/email to check dates/times

Christian Wellness Center of NJ

Christian-focused counseling center

732-873-2777
225 DeMott Lane, Suite 203
Somerset, NJ 08873
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 10am-5pm
How to Pay: Many insurances and EAPs accepted
How to Access: Call or use online form

Clear Conscience Counseling, LLC

Mental health and substance use treatment

973-434-7830
2509 Park Avenue, Suite 2B
South Plainfield, NJ 07080
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 9am-9pm; Sat. 9am-5pm
How to Pay: All major insurances, Medicaid, and private pay/sliding scale
How to Access: Call

Coalition Against Rape and Abuse (CARA)

Counties Serviced: Cape May Language Line Available Bilingual Staff Divorce (Consultation Only)

Program Phone: (609) 522-6489, Staff Attorney: (609) 486-5348

Cognicare Psychological Services, LLC

Mental health and therapy center with social justice perspective

971 Route 202 Suite 3
Branchburg, NJ 08876
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Pay: Rate is $150/session. Low cost rates avail. by calling. Some insurances accepted.
How to Access: Call, email, or request appt. on website

Community Child Care Solutions – Somerset County Office

Connecting families to childcare resources and parent education. Community Child Care Solution’s Somerville office is distributing free diapers to Somerset County residents on the first Monday of every month. Diapers are on a first come, first serve basis. Please fill out the form on the website (English or Spanish) or come into our office to fill it out for your free diapers.

908-927-0869
86 E. Main St.
Somerville, NJ 08876
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 9am-4:30pm. Evenings by appointment only
How to Pay: Free referrals to childcare
How to Access: Call or view website for info

Community Health Law Project

Bilingual Staff Income Guidelines Counties Serviced: Atlantic, Burlington, Camden, Essex, Hudson, Mercer, Monmouth, Ocean, Union

Community Health Law Project – Central Jersey Office

Provides legal advocacy, training, and education for low income people with disabilities and the elderly. Represents people who are unable to afford private attorneys.

3635 Quakerbridge Road, Suite 14
Hamilton, NJ 08619
In Person / Virtual: Virtual
How to Pay: Some free, some low cost - check programs page for more info or contact via email
How to Access: Check website or call.

Community Hope

Housing and mental health services and support with specialized programs for veterans and young adults

(973) 463-9600
959 Route 46 East, Suite 402
Parsippany, NJ 07054
How to Access: Call or use online form under "contact" tab at the top

Community in Conversation (formerly “Community in Crisis”)

Local substance use recovery - support services and prevention education, youth activities

9 Church St.
Bernardsville, NJ 07938
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Call

Community Options – Somerset County Office

Housing services and employment services for people with disabilities/caregivers

908-231-6762
427 Homestead Road
Hillsborough, NJ 08844
How to Access: View website or call

Consulting and Municipal Engineers (CME)

Once clients have applied for certain affordable housing options (Brookhaven/Sunnymeade, Hillsborough Village), Patricia Gallagher will reach out about waitlist or if they've been awarded housing

Patricia Gallagher (Liaison, Affordable Housing)

Cooperative Counseling Services – In Home Therapy for Youth

In-home services available through private pay and orgs - see referral column

147 Union Ave.
Middlesex, NJ 08846
Hours: M-Th 9a-8p; F 9a-7p
Referal Form :Referrals through Care Management Orgs (CMOs), Children's Mobile Response and Stabilization Services (CMRSS) are reimbursed through Medicaid
How to Access: Call or submit online form

Cooperative Housing Corporation Senior Housing

Housing services for seniors and subsidized housing available for those who qualify.

2 Lindbergh Avenue
Warren, NJ 07059
Referal Form :Call to start process
How to Access: Call. You will be asked questions for a short intake

Corner House Behaviorial Health

Substance use treatment and prevention center

609-924-8018
1 Monument Dr.
Princeton, NJ 08540
Referal Form :https://www.cornerhousesite.com/agency-contact-form
How to Access: Call or fill out online contact form

Counseling and Coaching for Women: Amy Beth Acker, LCSW

Counseling and groups for women

150 West End Ave.
Somerville, NJ 08876
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Pay: Credit cards accepted, some insurances may reimburse as out-of-network provider
Expected Wait Time: All therapy services on waitlist as of 8/27/2021
How to Access: Call or fill out form online for free consultation

Counseling: Alan J. Giordano, LCSW

Private counselor for preteens, teens, and adults

908-339-6671
24 Mine St., Suite 3C
Flemington, NJ 08822
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Pay: Accepts many insurances, sliding scale avail., cash, check
How to Access: Call or email via website

Counseling: Debra Sime Kilgariff

Private counselor - teens and adults

908-403-7799
Somerville, NJ 08876
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Pay: Cash or check accepted, check insurance to see if will accept to reimburse
How to Access: Call, check website for info

Counseling: Douglas Haymaker Ph.D., Clinical Psychologist

Private counselor

908-429-9300 ext. 1
245 Route 22 West, Suite 305
Bridgewater, NJ 08807
Hours: By appt. only - Mon.-Thurs. 10am-8pm; Fri. 11am-4pm
How to Access: Call or see website for info

Counseling: Elizabeth Arboleda, LPC

Private counselor specializing in women and youth

973-979-0953
191 Church Rd.
Bridgewater, NJ 08807
How to Access: Call

Counseling: Gwen Bloom LCSW

Private counselor for teens and adults

3322 U.S. 22, Building 4, Suite 424
Branchburg, NJ 08876
How to Pay: Accepts some insurance, Medicare, self pay, packages available
How to Access: Call or email

Counseling: Heidi Smith, MSW, LCSW

Private counselor

908-378-9894
84 Park Ave., Gavel Hall, Suite G209b
Flemington, NJ 08822
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Pay: Out-of-network provider; self-pay credit card, cash, check
How to Access: Call or email via website

Counseling: Joan M. Dawson, LCSW

Private counselor

719 Rt. 206, Suite 204
Hillsborough, NJ 08844
Hours: Mon.&Thurs. 1-7pm; Tues.&Wed. 9am-4pm
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Access: Call or use online form for 15 min. free phone consultation

Counseling: Marion Rollings, Ph.D.

Private counselor, also with Hillsborough location (101 New Amwell Road)

236 West High St.
Bound Brook, NJ 08805
Hours: 7 days by appt.
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Pay: Cash, check, credit card, Paypal - Out of network provider, may be able to get reimbursed by insurance, no Medicaid/Medicare
How to Access: Call or check online schedule

Counseling: Mary Jo Lamb, APN-C

Private counselor and psychiactric nurse pracitioner for adults and teens

908-428-4017
364 Main St., 2nd Floor
Bedminster, NJ 07921
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Pay: Accepts many insurances, out-of-network provider, cash, check
How to Access: Call or email on website

Counseling: Matthew J. Sable, LPC

908-301-6087
6b Minneakoning Rd.
Flemington, NJ 08822
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Pay: Out-of-network provider
How to Access: Call or email on website

Counseling: Michelle Badger, LPC

Private Counselor for ages 4+. Faith-based counseling offered for Christians

215 West Union Ave.
Bound Brook, NJ 08805
How to Access: Call

Counseling: Mindy Klein, LPC

Private counselor for ages 16+

Flemington, NJ 08822
In Person / Virtual: Virtual
How to Pay: Self pay; Aetna and Cigna except EAP plans; out of network provider for other insurance
How to Access: Call or email

Counseling: Nancy J. Ashworth MSW, LLC

Private counselor

450 Amwell Rd., Executive Suite #6
Hillsborough, NJ 08844
Hours: By appt.
How to Access: Call or use online form

Counseling: Noemi Bolton

Private counselor, offers groups

24 Mine St., Suite 2D
Flemington, NJ 08822
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8am-9:30-pm; Sat. 9am-3pm
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Pay: Cash, check, financial assistance may be avail.
How to Access: Call or submit online form

Counseling: Shari Weinglass, LCSW

Private counselor specializing in eating disorders

407 Omni Dr.
Hillsborough, NJ 08844
How to Pay: Self-pay, out-of-network provider, insurance may reimburse
How to Access: Call or email

Covenant House New Jersey

Support for who are homeless and trafficked youth, between 18-21. New Jersey wide

Call: 973-621-8705 (North Jersey office). Text: 844-912-1291
330 Washington St.
Newark, NJ 07102
How to Access: Go to website. Call number for information

COVID information from CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)

CDC Coronavirus main page

In Person / Virtual: Virtual
How to Access: View website

Creative Flow Therapy

Creative arts therapy center - Art Therapy, Music Therapy, and Psychodrama

770 U.S. 206
Hillsborough, NJ 08844
Hours: Mon.& Wed. 3-7pm; additional by appt.
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Access: Call or use online form

CyberTipline – reporting online child exploitation

Place you can report a child being sexually exploited online. Staff at the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children review each tip and work to find a potential location for the incident reported so that it may be made available to the appropriate law-enforcement agency for possible investigation.

1-800-THE-LOST
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Call or make online report

DCW Therapy

Private counselor focused on teens and adults

732-365-4786 (call or text)
29 Clyde Rd., Suite 201
Somerset, NJ 08873
Hours: Evening and weekend availability
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Pay: Some insurance accepted, out-of-network provider, cash, credit card, sliding scale available

Delta Community Supports

Programs and support for people with disabilities and their families

908-707-8844 x134
1130 Route 202 South, Building C1
Raritan, NJ 08869
How to Pay: Low cost
How to Access: Call.

Disability Rights New Jersey (DRNJ)

Contact for concerns about abuse of people with disabilities, plus services info and training.

1-800-922-7233 (in NJ only). 1-609-292-9742 (Voice)
210 S Broad Street, 3rd Floor
Trenton, NJ 08608
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
In Person / Virtual: Virtual
Expected Wait Time: 5 days after intake form submitted
How to Access: Call intake line or fill out outline form here: http://www.drnj.org/onlineintakeform.htm

Disaster Distress Helpline by SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration)

Crisis counseling for people in emotional distress related to any natural or human-caused disaster

1-800-985-5990
Hours: 24 hours/7 days
How to Pay: Free

Discovery Institute – New Jersey Detox and Rehabilitation

Rehabilitation center with individual and family services

80 Conover Road
Marlboro, NJ 07746
Referal Form :Call 844-471-3870 or go to website
How to Pay: Private insurance, self-pay, sliding scale and payment plans. Can verify insurance on website.
How to Access: Call or use website form

Division of Developmental Disabilities

State services for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families

609-631-2200
5 Commerce Way
Trenton, NJ 08691
Hours: Mon-Fri 9AM-5PM
How to Pay: Adults 21+ must be enrolled in Medicaid
How to Access: Call

Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Services

Employment assistance for people who are blind, visually impaired, or deaf-blind

Amanda Gerson
To apply: 973-648-3660
550 Jersey Ave Ste 1
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
How to Access: Call

Dress for Success Northern NJ

Business clothing and career development for clients actively seeking employment or recently employed

973-822-3188 ext. 404
Madison Community House, 25 Cook Ave.
Madison, NJ 07940
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 9am-5pm office hours - call or email for appointment
In Person / Virtual: Both
Referal Form :https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSewLHrX4DXNdjc50rlJJGNndbczUBNPlADwk1HQeUbKF02UtQ/viewform
How to Pay: Free to qualifying clients
How to Access: Call or email for appointment, or use self-referral form

Easterseals New Jersey

Services for disabled folks

732-257-6662
241 Forsgate Dr.
Jamesburg, NJ 08831
How to Access: Call or visit website for info

Edge NJ Pride Center

Social services for the LGBTQ+ and HIV+ communities

3 Executive Drive
Morris Plains, NJ 07950
Hours: Mon.-Thurs. 9am-8pm; Fri. 9am-4pm; Sun. 10am-4pm
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Pay: Ranges from free to low cost, sliding scale, private, Medicaid/Medicare - depends on service
How to Access: Call

Edge NJ/CAN Community Health

Medical and psychiatric care for the LGBTQ+ and HIV+ communities

Kelly Martins, Social Services Manager
973-370-3130
295-315 East Main Street
Denville, NJ 07834
Hours: Mon.-Thurs. 8:30am-5:30pm; Fri. 8:30-12:30pm; ext. hours some Thurs. and Sat.
In Person / Virtual: In person
How to Access: Call or use contact form - telehealth appointment strongly encouraged

El Centro Hispanoamericano

Services for immigrants and refugees - primarily the Central NJ Spanish-speaking community

525 East Front Street
Plainfield, NJ 07060
Hours: Mon.-Thurs. 10am-5 pm; Fri. 10am-3pm; Sat. 10am-2pm - Food pantry Tuesdays at 10am
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Pay: Low cost legal services
How to Access: Call or email for appt.

Ellie Mental Health – Flemington, NJ

Mental health clinic - therapy

270 S Main Street, Suite 101
Flemington, NJ 08822
Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-8pm, Sat. by appt.
How to Pay: Takes insurance - see website
How to Access: Call or fill out online form on website

Ellie Mental Health – Somerville, NJ

Mental health clinic - therapy

92 E. Main St.
Somerville, NJ 08876
Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-8pm, Sat. by appt.
How to Pay: Takes insurance - see website
How to Access: Call or fill out online form on website

Emergency Food Pantry at SHIP Inc. (Samaritan Homeless Interim Program)

Food pantry for houseless individuals - clients of SHIP Meal vouchers, household items, clothing/shoes, housing voucher, toiletries, etc.

87 E High St.
Somerville, NJ 08876
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8:30am-3pm
In Person / Virtual: In Person
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Call or arrive

Empower Somerset

Services and programs with focus on substance misuse prevention

50 Division St., Suite 302
Somerville, NJ 08876
Hours: Mon. - Fri. 9am-5pm
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Call or visit website for info

Enrich

A personal finance program provided by New Jersey Department of the Treasury

How to Access: Go to website

Essex Newark Legal Services

Bilingual Staff Income Guidelines Counties Serviced: Essex

Hours: 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM Monday through Friday
How to Access: Call or apply online

Everas Community Services, Inc.

Programs and support for disabled folks and their families

(732)805-1912
24K World's Fair Dr.
Somerset, NJ 08873
Hours: 24 hr/7 days
How to Pay: Low cost
How to Access: Call or use contact form: https://www.everas.org/contact/

Faith Family Health Care

Primary healthcare provider - services in English and Spanish

908-822-9700
43 Pearl St
North Plainfield, NJ 07060
Hours: Mon./Fri. 10am-6pm; Tues./Thurs. 9am-5pm; Sat. 9am-3pm; Closed Wed/Sun.
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Access: Call or request appt. online

Family & Community Services of Somerset

Mental health and substance abuse services

732-356-1082
339 West 2nd St.
Bound Brook, NJ 08805
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am - 6pm
How to Pay: PPO Insurance, Check, Cash, Credit Card and Sliding Fee Scale is available based on income.
How to Access: Call or use form to make appointment

Family Center for Change, LLC

221 Courtyard Dr.
Hillsborough, NJ 08844
Hours: Mon.-Sun., hours depend on therapist
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Pay: All forms of payment accepted, out of network, can see if your insurance company will reimburse
How to Access: Call or email for appt., or use online form

Family Connects NJ

Free service - nurses will conduct home visits to support parents. They will assess the health of both the parents and the newborn and offer valuable information during this important transition. Covered areas can include feeding and sleeping tips, connecting parents to helpful resources in their community, or assisting families recovering from the tragedy of stillbirth. Services are available to birth, adoptive, and resource families with a newborn as well as parents experiencing a stillbirth or loss of their newborn.

In Person / Virtual: In person
How to Pay: Free, no verification of income, insurance, or immigration status
How to Access: Click sign up tab on website. As of Jan. 2024, available to these counties only, but will expand: Essex, Middlesex, Mercer, Cumberland and Gloucester counties. The following page may support parents in other counties: https://nj.gov/connectingnj/

Family Crisis Intervention Unit

Crisis intervention services for children and families in crisis. Office hours: 8:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Friday. 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.

27 Warren Street, P.O. Box 3000
Somerville, NJ 08876
Hours: 24 hr/7days
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Pay: No fee for crisis intervention and court involvement
How to Access: See website for info or call

Family Health Line from NJ Department of Health

Information and referrals for health screening and treatment including reproductive health and pregnancy, vaccines, cancer, etc.

1-800-328-3838
Hours: 24 hours/7 days
How to Pay: Free

Family Justice Center (FJC) Monmouth

Counties Serviced: Monmouth

(732) 264-4360 ext. 5000
Hours: Monday through Friday: 8:30am to 4:00pm and by appointment

Family Support Center at Prevention Resources, Inc.

Confidential family support for those who have a loved one with substance use disorder (phone, text, email, or Zoom) -One on one and virtual support groups -Naloxone trainings -For Hunterdon County, contact Jennifer Denlinger (908) 309-6203

(908) 842-0176 - Pam Bianco, Family Support Advocate for Somerset County
4 Walter E. Foran Blvd.
Flemington, NJ 08822
Hours: Day and night hours avail.
In Person / Virtual: Virtual
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Call to make an appt.

Feeding Hands, Inc. – Bernardsville Pantry

Bernardsville residents only Food Pantry - Guests can visit 1x a month. Serving guests from Somerset County (excluding Franklin Twsp - See Franklin Food Bank) and following towns in Middlesex Cty: Middlesex, Dunellen, Piscataway, and South Plainfield

18 Mt Airy Rd
Bernardsville, NJ 07924
Hours: Every Tuesday 3:30-4:30 pm
In Person / Virtual: In Person
How to Pay: Free - bring documents outlined on website
How to Access: Call for information, or complete the online application and you will be contacted with an appointment time. Thereafter, we highly recommend you come at your appointed time and date as you will be given priority over those who did not arrive on time or on the correct day.

Feeding Hands, Inc. – Main Pantry/Bridgewater

Food Pantry - Guests can visit 1x a month. Serving guests from Somerset County (excluding Franklin Twsp - See Franklin Food Bank) and following towns in Middlesex Cty: Middlesex, Dunellen, Piscataway, and South Plainfield

1480 US 22 East (Building near former Somerville Lumber - not a mailing address)
Bridgewater, NJ 08807
Hours: Saturday: 10 - 12:30 pm (updated 3/2023)
In Person / Virtual: In Person
How to Pay: Free - bring documents outlined on website
Expected Wait Time: Arrive 30 minutes or more before closing. Your first visit will take a minimum of 30-45 minutes.
How to Access: Call for information, or complete the online application and you will be contacted with an appointment time. Thereafter, we highly recommend you come at your appointed time and date as you will be given priority over those who did not arrive on time or on the correct day.

Feeding Hands, Inc. – Manville

Food Pantry - Manville residents only

34 South Third Avenue (Emmanuel Baptist Church)
Manville, NJ 08835
Hours: 4th Saturday of the month, 9am-12pm
In Person / Virtual: In Person
How to Pay: Free - bring documents outlined at website
How to Access: Call for information, or complete the online application and you will be contacted with an appointment time. Thereafter, we highly recommend you come at your appointed time and date as you will be given priority over those who did not arrive on time or on the correct day.

First Step Counseling of Raritan Valley

Counseling center run by North Branch Reformed Church

908-219-6242
191 Church Rd.
Bridgewater, NJ 08807
How to Pay: First session is $20
How to Access: Call or use site form. Check website to see if accepting appointments.

First-Time Homebuyer, Rental & Foreclosure Counseling – NJ Citizen Action

HUD-Certified Housing Counseling Service provides free one-on-one counseling in English and Spanish to low- and moderate-income first-time homebuyers seeking to purchase a home in New Jersey, along with providing foreclosure prevention counseling for homeowners who are struggling financially and are at risk of foreclosure. Also webinars available

In Person / Virtual: Virtual
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Go to website - fill out application form (English and Spanish available)

Flemington Area Food Pantry – Hunterdon Residents Only

Hunterdon County residents only - food pantry - 2x a month

154 Route 31 North
Flemington, NJ 08822
Hours: Monday-Thursday 9-11:30, every other Wednesday night from 4:00-8:00 and every other Saturday morning from 9:00-11:30. Open the third Tuesday of each month FOR SENIORS ONLY from 12:00pm - 2:00pm.
In Person / Virtual: Virtual ordering/drive thru
Referal Form :No documentation required
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Call for more info or view website for eligibility

Flemington QTs

Flemington area/Hunterdon County safe space for all members of the LGBTQ+ community.

2 Stangl Rd
Flemington, NJ 08822
Hours: Events and weekly coffee and community Saturdays at 1 pm at Factory Fuel
In Person / Virtual: In person
How to Access: See Instagram page for updates and events

Food Bank Network of Somerset County: Bound Brook location

Food bank open to all Somerset County residents, plus basic hygiene products and cleaning items.

732-560-1813
Bound Brook Presbyterian Church, 409 Mountain Blvd.
Bound Brook, NJ
Hours: 10am-12 pm every Saturday
In Person / Virtual: In Person
Referal Form :No referral necessary
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Arrive - fill out application beforehand or there, provide home address and bring proof of residency, bring a mask and shopping bags

Food Bank Network of Somerset County: Main Pantry

Food bank open to all Somerset County residents, plus basic hygiene products and cleaning items.

732-560-1813
7 Easy Street
Bridgewater, NJ 08807
Hours: Monday-Friday: 9 AM-2:30 PM
In Person / Virtual: In Person
Referal Form :No referral necessary
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Arrive - fill out application beforehand or there, provide home address and bring proof of residency, bring a mask and shopping bags

Food Bank Network of Somerset County: North Plainfield Location

Food bank open to all Somerset County residents, plus basic hygiene products and cleaning items.

732-560-1813
Vermeule Community Center, 11 Vermeule Place
North Plainfield, NJ 08807
Hours: 9-11 am every Saturday (updated 3/2023)
In Person / Virtual: In Person
Referal Form :No referral necessary
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Arrive - fill out application beforehand or there, provide home address and bring proof of residency, bring a mask and shopping bags

Food Bank Network of Somerset County: Somerville Location

Food bank open to all Somerset County residents, plus basic hygiene products and cleaning items.

732-560-1813
United Reformed Church, 100 W. Main St.
Somerville, NJ
Hours: 9-11 am every Saturday (updated 3/2023)
In Person / Virtual: In Person
Referal Form :No referral necessary
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Arrive - fill out application beforehand or there, provide home address and bring proof of residency, bring a mask and shopping bags

Franklin Food Bank

Food bank open to Franklin Twp. residents only - available by appointment only. Updates Facebook often: https://www.facebook.com/FranklinFoodBank224/ Updated 3/2023: -Individuals and families in need of longer-term support are encouraged to call 732-246-0009 and press 110 to schedule appt. - leave msg. with name and phone number. Staff will call you back to schedule appt. -Additional: The first Wednesday of EVERY month is Community Distribution day! No appointments, you don’t have to live in Franklin to access services and it is first come first served until supplies last! This is a drive through program. (Walk-ups welcome too) Please have an empty trunk ready for us! Community Relations Bureau Building 935 Hamilton Street Somerset, NJ 08873

732-246-0009, press 110 to make appt.
224 Churchill Avenue
Somerset, NJ 08873
Hours: Monday- Wednesday- 10:00 a.m.- 2:00 p.m; Thursday- 2:00 p.m.- 7:00 p.m.; Saturday- 9:00 a.m.- 12:00 p.m. (Closed Fri and Sun)
In Person / Virtual: In Person
How to Pay: Free for those who qualify
How to Access: Leave msg with name and # - someone will return your call, you must answer. Check website for closings and info

Franklin Township YMCA

Wide range of services - see tags and website for info. This location holds before and after school care for grades Pre-K through 5.

908-369-0490
2301 Route 27, Building 201
Somerset, NJ 08873
Hours: Mon. 10am-2 pm; Wed.-Fri. 10am-2 pm
In Person / Virtual: In Person
How to Pay: Monthly fee for individuals and different groups of families. Financial assistance available
How to Access: Call or see website

Franklin Youth Center

Programs for Franklin township youth, and job fairs, classes, sports for Franklin residents.

732-873-7292
429 Lewis St.
Somerset, NJ 08873
Hours: Monday - Friday 2:30 PM - 8:00 PM; Saturday 12:30 PM - 8:00 PM
In Person / Virtual: In person
How to Pay: Free - available to residents of Franklin Twsp in Somerset, NJ only
How to Access: Register youth at website, see calendar on website

Franklin’s Grace Resource Center

Central hub of professional and community resources for Franklin Twp. residents

873 Hamilton St., Unit D
Somerset, NJ 08873
Hours: 9am-5pm
In Person / Virtual: In person
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Call, email, make appt. on website, or walk-in

Free Adult Literacy Program

For non-English speakers: RVCC is offering free literacy and English language skills to help individuals prepare for employment in the in-demand food service industry. Classes will focus on such skills as listening, speaking and writing.

Bonnie Scharf, Literacy Success Coach
In Person / Virtual: Online through Raritan Valley Community College (fall 2023)
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Call, email, or see website for info

GED.com

Info and scheduling to take the GED (high school equivilancy diploma), in person or online

877-392-6433 (phone - Mon.-Fri. 7am-7pm CT, closed holidays)
In Person / Virtual: Virtual
How to Pay: Free to create account. Test itself is $100+, varies
How to Access: View website - online chat or call with other questions

Gemini Counseling Center

908-963-5961
4 East Cliff St.
Somerville, NJ 08876
Hours: Day and evening appts. avail.
How to Pay: Sliding scales avail., accepts private health insurance
How to Access: Call

GenPsych – Bridgewater location

Mental health and substance use treatment provider

Emily Novak
855-436-7792 - Admissions
380 Foothill Road
Bridgewater, NJ 08807
Referal Form :Referral Form | Gen Psych
How to Pay: Most insurances accepted - see website or call
How to Access: Call - transportation may be available

GenPsych – Flemington location

Mental health and substance use treatment provider

Emily Novak
855-436-7792 - Admissions
200 Route 31 North
Flemington, NJ 08822
Referal Form :Referral Form | Gen Psych
How to Pay: Most insurances accepted - see website or call
How to Access: Call - transportation may be available

GetSetUp Classes for Older Adults

Virtual classes for older adults 60+ - health and wellness, travel, technology, art, cooking, online chats - all taught by peers. Offered through State of NJ for free.

Hours: 24/7
In Person / Virtual: Virtual
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Go to website

Giving Network

All-volunteer organization that recycles excess household items to be donated and delivered to Somerset County residents. Also hosts giveaways of items.

908-927-9001
45 N. Gaston Ave, Suite 1A
Somerville, NJ 08876
Hours: Varies
In Person / Virtual: Paused during COVID - beginning to start household goods giveaways in 2023 - check website for info
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Fill out request form online

Goodwill – Bound Brook, NJ

Local Goodwill store with low cost clothing, furniture, decor, etc.

(732) 469-2815
509 West Union Ave.
Bound Brook, NJ 08805
Hours: 7 days, 10am-6pm
In Person / Virtual: In person
How to Pay: Low cost
How to Access: Arrive

Goodwill – Hillsborough, NJ

New location of Goodwill as of 9/19/2023. Local Goodwill store with low cost clothing, furniture, decor, etc.

(732) 469-2815
649 Route 206
Hillsborough, NJ 08844
Hours: 7 days, 10am-6pm
In Person / Virtual: In person
How to Pay: Low cost
How to Access: Arrive

Goryeb Children’s Hospital Transgender Health Program

The Pediatric Endocrinology team has extensive experience working with transgender and gender diverse youth (TGD). They provide extensive consultation, pubertal blockers, and gender-affirming hormone therapy for TGD youth less than 18 years old.

973-971-4340
100 Madison Ave
Morristown, NJ 07960
In Person / Virtual: In person
How to Access: Call

Greater Raritan One Stop Career Center – Hunterdon County Office

Career Center with supportive, specialized services for different populations

908-237-0016
6 Gauntt Place, Building 2, Lower Level
Flemington, NJ 08822
In Person / Virtual: Virtual
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Call or view website

Greater Raritan One Stop Career Center – Somerset County Office

Career Center with supportive, specialized services for different populations

27 Warren St., 2nd Floor
Somerville, NJ 08876
In Person / Virtual: Virtual
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Call or view website; text the word "onestop" to 56512 for job seeker updates

GrowNJKids.gov

Website with a detailed search for childcare providers

Hours: 24/7 (website)
In Person / Virtual: Virtual
How to Pay: Free to view resources
How to Access: View website

Growth and Empowerment

Counseling center for children, teens, and adults - groups available - specializing in child and adolescent, PTSD and EMDR, and Gender Non-conforming and Transgender clients

8 Main St., Suite 4
Flemington, NJ 08822
How to Access: Call

Habitat for Humanity – Raritan Valley

Offers homes to low and medium income level families, plus homeownership classes. Serving Hunterdon and Somerset Counties.

285 US Hwy 202/206 (main office)
Bedminster, NJ 07921
How to Pay: Free to apply. If you qualify, homes are selected by lottery. Check website for info.
How to Access: Check website or call

Harvest Family Success Center – For Hunterdon Residents

Family activities, workshops, and individual assistance for Hunterdon County residents. Includes monthly (every Third Thurs. from 4-5) Pride socials in Clinton for middle schoolers at Clinton Presbyterian Church. 91 Center St. Clinton 08809 - no RSVP necessary

908-237-0465
5 East Main St.
Flemington, NJ 08822
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Call or arrive on site - call for COVID restrictions. Babysitting avail. upon request. Programs can be avail. in Spanish.

Healing Room from Me Too

This space features guided meditations, healing playlists, journaling, and activities for you to explore. Click on items in the room to interact.

In Person / Virtual: Virtual
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Go to website

Healing Through Play Therapy

Therapy center focused on children (2-10) and parents/play therapy

518 Clinton Ave.
Middlesex, NJ 08846
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Pay: Credit card, HSA, some insurance accepted, out-of-network provider
How to Access: Call

Health Center search tool – NJ Family Planning League

On top bar of website, go to "Find a Health Center" and choose either "Abortion Care" or "Family Planning" to find resources throughout NJ. Services are available for all, regardless of income and/or insurance status.

How to Pay: Free to use website
How to Access: Go to website

Healthy Women, Healthy Families at Central Jersey Family Health Consortium

Connecting parents/caregivers and parents to health and educational resources, with case management. Serves Mercer, Middlesex, Somerset and Hunterdon counties.

30 Silverline Drive, 2nd Floor, Suite 1
North Bruswick, NJ 08902
Hours: 24/7 Warmline
How to Access: Call and see website for more info

Hey Peers

Peer support groups, one-to-one coaching, and private chatrooms where you can find meetings and conversations that can help you on your journey. For those facing emotional and behavioral healthcare challenges.

Expected Wait Time: Range of prices, can create free account
How to Access: Go to website

High Focus Centers – Branchburg location

Mental health and substance use treatment center -specializing in tweens, teens and adults.

877-719-2516
3322 US 22 West, Suite 1403
Branchburg, NJ 08876
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Pay: In network for several insurances
How to Access: Call, submit online form, or online chat

High Point Partial Care/DAS Program LLC

Mental health and substance use treatment and recovery center

162 Broad Street
Flemington, NJ 08822
How to Pay: Accepts insurance - see FAQ on website, sliding scale, Medicaid, and more
How to Access: Call or email

Hillsborough CAN Food Pantry (Community Assistance Network)

Hillsborough residents only - temporary food assistance.

908-369-3880
Hillsborough Municipal Building, 379 South Branch Road
Hillsborough, NJ 08844
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8am-4:30pm
In Person / Virtual: In person
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Call for application from Social Services. Need Photo ID for all household adults, proof of residency, proof of income

Hillsborough Freecycle

Free local, online giving community (Hillsborough)

How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Visit website to sign up

Hillsborough Neuropsych

Counseling and neuropsychological testing

908-809-8113
390 Amwell Rd., Building 3, Suites 310 & 315
Hillsborough, NJ 08844
Hours: Weeknights, Saturdays, some morning/afternoons
How to Pay: Self-pay, out-of-network provider, insurance may reimburse
How to Access: Call or use online form

Hillsborough YMCA

Wide range of services - see tags and website for info. This location holds daycare (as young as infants), early education, full day kindergarten, school age child care, and summer camp

908-369-0490
19 East Mountain Rd.
Hillsborough, NJ 08844
Hours: M-F 5am-9pm; Sat-Sun. 7am-3pm
In Person / Virtual: In Person
How to Pay: Monthly fee for individuals and different groups of families. Financial assistance available
How to Access: Call or see website

Hispanic Family Service Center of Southern NJ

Culturally Specific Organization Counties Serviced for legal advocacy: Statewide Other services may be limited to southern NJ counties - call to check

HiTOPS

Support groups for LGBTQ+ youth and youth-informed sex education for NJ youth

300 Witherspoon St., Suite 204
Princeton, NJ 08540
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: View website or call - new address as of 11/2021

Holistic Health Counseling Center

Counseling, Psychotherapy and Art Therapy for adults, children, adolescents, couples, and families. Using a holistic approach to mental health and a client-centered approach to counseling, we use a wide range of therapeutic techniques and interventions to help you overcome the issues that brought you to therapy. We also offer other Mind Body Wellness Services. Massage Therapy, Meditation and Mindfulness instruction, and more.

Dr. Marion Rollings, PhD
908-857-4422
101 New Amwell Road
Hillsborough, NJ 08844
Hours: 9am-4pm, with some evenings
How to Pay: Credit cards, debit cards, health savings card
Expected Wait Time: Not applicable
How to Access: Appointments can be made via our website, phone, or email.

HOME of Somerset County, Inc.

Multifaith organization, serving houseless families with emergency shelter, transitional homes, counseling, and more services. Partners with local congregations.

98 West End Ave.
Somerville, NJ 08876
Referal Form :Referrals through Board of Social Services
How to Access: Call or send email from online contact page

Home Safety Repair/Fall Yard Cleanup – Habitat for Humanity – Raritan Valley

Minor brush and leaf cleaning, plus home repair for low and medium income level qualified families. Serving Hunterdon and Somerset Counties.

285 US Hwy 202/206 (main office)
Bedminster, NJ 07921
How to Pay: Free: clearing basements, yard cleanup, deck maintenance, and small paint or repair jobs; sliding scale for other repairs - see website
How to Access: Check website or call

Homeless Hotline/S.O.S. – Board of Social Services

Short-term financial assistance for obtaining immediate housing for houseless individuals

Hotline for after-hours emergency assistance to obtain temporary housing/shelter: 1-800-287-3607
Hours: Hotline operated weekdays after 6pm, weekends, and holidays - for assistance on weekdays between 8:30am-6pm, contact Board of Social Services at 908-526-8800
How to Pay: Free

HomeSharing, Inc.

Helps pair people to share a home and save on costs. An affordable housing alternative.

The PeopleCare Center, 120 Finderne Ave.
Bridgewater, NJ 08807
Expected Wait Time: Call for initial phone/screening.
How to Access: Call

HOPES Community Action Partnership, Inc.

Variety of community services for 3 counties including Somerset. Free assistance for income-eligible residents. Headstart childcare, health enrollment insurance, SNAP and NJ Healthcare enrollment, senior benefits enrollment, computer lab, info and assistance, language translation services, health screenings and referrals, energy and water payment assistance, discount cell phone program (SafeLink). Second location in Somerset County: Belmont Center, 113 Belmont Drive Somerset, NJ 08873. Several locations in Plainfield and Hoboken.

Charlene Green, Community Programs Advocate
1-855-OK-HOPES to schedule an appointment
900 Hamilton St.
Somerset, NJ 08873
How to Pay: Free for qualifying individuals
How to Access: Call 1-855-OK-HOPES (1-855-654-6737). Will need proof of income (4 weeks pay stubs, income letter - SSA, SSI, welfare).

Horizon Care Center, LLC

908-509-1560 (call or text)
6 Minneakoning Road
Flemington, NJ 08822
How to Pay: Cash, check, most major insurance, also out-of-network provider
How to Access: Call or use online form

Hudson Pride Center support groups

Youth Connect, Beyond the Binary, LezFest, and Rainbow Elders of NJ. See website for more information.

3000 John F. Kennedy Blvd # 306
Jersey City, NJ 07306
In Person / Virtual: Hybrid or in person - varies

Hunterdon Behavioral Health

Mental health and substance abuse treatment center for teens and adults

908-788-6401 (Crisis hotline); 1-866-424-2060. Dedicated LGBTQ Navigator: (908)-246-8309
Hunterdon Medical Center, 2100 Wescott Dr.
Flemington, NJ 08822
Hours: Mon.-Thurs. 8AM-9PM; Fri. 8AM-4:30PM
In Person / Virtual: Virtual
Referal Form :Can get referral from family doctor, or call location directly
How to Pay: Many insurances accepted - see website
How to Access: Call

Hunterdon County Freecycle

Free local, online giving community (Hunterdon County)

How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Visit website to sign up

Hunterdon County LINK – public transport

Hunterdon County shared public transportation including dialysis treatment. For any resident of Hunterdon.

1-800-842-0531
Hours: Usually 7am-5pm; Closed on many holidays
In Person / Virtual: In person
How to Pay: Check routes on website - approx. $2-$4 per day
How to Access: Call or view website for more info about established routes and requesting ride

Hunterdon Healthcare – LGBTQIA services

Hunterdon Health welcomes Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer/Questioning, Intersex, and Asexual (LGBTQIA) patients and families. The Hunterdon Health network consists of nearly 400 physicians in Hunterdon, Somerset, Mercer, Warren and Morris counties. Many have expertise in LGBTQ+ health and welcome new patients. Website has info with more resources. Also

Nurse Navigator, Sara Trawin, is available to support LGBTQ+ community
908-788-6100

Hunterdon Helpline

Local helpline for Hunterdon residents

PO Box 246
Flemington, NJ
Hours: 24 hr/7 days
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Call

Hyacinth – Plainfield Location

Services for people with HIV/AIDs, and supports for the LGBTQ+ community. -Community health worker support -Emergency financial assistance -HIV testing -Incarcerated discharge planning -Gay/bisexual men’s sexual health education & LGBTQ drop-in center -Non-medical case management -PrEP education -Psycho-social support services -Wellness Community

908-755-0021
107 Park Ave., 3rd Floor
Plainfield, NJ 07060
How to Access: Call or visit website for info

Improved Pregnancy Outcome Program – Hunterdon County

Free, confidential services for pregnant Hunterdon County residents - see online brochure for eligibility. Includes Adolescent Pregnancy Project (specific support for this age group).

908-806-4570
6 Gauntt Place
Flemington, NJ 08822
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Call

Inner Light Counseling

Private counseling center

285 E. Main St.
Somerville, NJ 08876
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 9am-9pm; Sat. 10am-4pm
In Person / Virtual: Virtual
How to Pay: Accepts insurance
How to Access: Call - best time is 10am-6pm on weekdays

Institute for Family Services, Inc.

Liberation-based counseling for individuals and families

2 Clyde Road Ste. 101
Somerset, NJ 08873
How to Pay: PPO Insurance, Check, Cash, Credit Card and Sliding Fee Scale is available based on income.

JBWS – For Morris County Residents

Domestic violence services free of charge for Morris County residents (survivors and witnesses)

1-877-782-2873; Deaf/Hard of Hearing: Text 973-314-4192
P.O. Box 1437
Morristown, NJ 07962
Hours: 24/7 Hotline
How to Pay: All services are free and confidential
How to Access: Call

Jewish Family Service of Somerset, Hunterdon, and Warren Counties

Variety of services for the whole community. Includes free therapy groups for youth

150-A West High Street
Somerville, NJ 08876
Hours: Mon.-Thurs. 9AM-5PM; Fri. 9AM-4:30 PM. Evening hours by appt.
In Person / Virtual: Virtual
How to Pay: Some services are free. Career and mental health counseling are sliding scale

Justia – Lawyer Directory

Lawyer directory, including pro bono and low cost. International service.

In Person / Virtual: Virtual
How to Pay: Free. Payment varies depending on lawyer you choose.
Expected Wait Time: Immediate
How to Access: Go to website, search. Low cost or pro bono services may be at bottom

Kaleidoscope – Center for Family Services

LGBTQIA+ program providing support and guidance to New Jersey teens and young adults. Groups are held in Camden, Essex, Mercer, Morris, and Sussex Counties. Teen group for ages 12-17. Young adult group for ages 18-24.

24/7 hotline NJ PRISM: 844-657-7476
584 Benson Street
Camden, NJ
Hours: Monthly, various times
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Call or check Facebook page for updated groups: https://www.facebook.com/KaleidoscopeNJ/

La Línea de Ayuda Nacional de Abuso Sexual

Supportive listening and crisis support for people who have experienced sexual violence, or their loved ones. Operated by Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network (RAINN). Spanish online chat available: online.RAINN.org/es

1-800-656-4673 or online live chat
Hours: 24 hours/7 days
How to Pay: Free and confidential

Laundry Love with St. John’s Episcopal Church

A representative of the ministry is at the laundromat to hand out pre-bagged supplies and $10 in quarters up to eight people per week. Supplies of laundry detergent and dryer sheets, as well as rolls of quarters, are welcomed!

Somerville Express Wash Laundry, 20 Division Street
Somerville, NJ 08876
Hours: Every second and fourth Thursday at 5 p.m.
In Person / Virtual: In person
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Email or call for more information

Legal Services of New Jersey

1-888-576-5529 (Statewide Hotline)
How to Pay: Free, income guidelines
How to Access: Call or access online intake form here: https://lsnjlawhotline.org/intake/1008/language/1

Legal Services of New Jersey – PROTECT Anti-Human Trafficking Project

Assists adult and minor survivors of labor and sex trafficking throughout NJ regardless of immigration status. Counties Serviced: Statewide

PROTECT Hotline: (844)576-5776

Legal Services of New Jersey Hotline

Confidential hotline that provides legal advice, information, and referral to low-income NJ residents in civil legal matters.

1-888-576-5529
P.O Box 1357
Edison, NJ 08818
Hours: Call Mon.-Fri. 8am-5:30pm
In Person / Virtual: Virtual
How to Pay: Free and confidential for people who need legal assistance but are unable to afford an attorney.
Expected Wait Time: Fill out online questionnaire for possible shorter wait time
How to Access: Call or take online intake, much more info on website

Legal Services of Northwest Jersey

Divorce (Consultation Only) LSNWJ provides free civil legal services to people with limited income, seniors, and people affected by HIV/AIDS. Intakes are over the phone, approximately 20 minutes. Counties Serviced: Hunterdon, Morris, Somerset, Sussex, Warren

Hunterdon County: (908) 782-7979, Morris County: (973) 285-6911, Somerset County: (908) 231- 0840, Sussex County: (973) 383- 7400, Warren County: (908) 475-2010

Legal Services of Northwest NJ (LSNWNJ) – Somerset Cty location

Private nonprofit law firm providing free legal services to people with limited income, seniors, and people affected by HIV/AIDS

90 E Main Street
Somerville, NJ 08876
Hours: Monday-Friday: 8:30 AM-4:30 PM
In Person / Virtual: Virtual
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Call or email

LGBT National Coming Out Support Hotline

For all ages - support for coming out. Everyone who offers support at the LGBT National Help Center identifies as part of the LGBTQIA+ community.

888-688-5428 (888-OUT-LGBT)
Hours: Monday thru Friday from 4pm to midnight; Saturday from noon to 5pm, Eastern time
How to Access: Call

LGBT National Hotline

Confidential safe space where callers of any age can speak about sexual orientation or gender identity/expression issues. This includes coming out issues, relationship concerns, bullying, workplace issues, HIV/AIDS anxiety, safer sex information, suicide, and much more.

888-843-4564
Hours: Monday thru Friday from 4pm to midnight; Saturday from noon to 5pm, Eastern time
How to Access: Call

LGBT National Senior Hotline

Confidential safe space where seniors can speak about their unique issues concerning sexual orientation or gender identity/expression. This includes coming out issues, family dynamics, relationship concerns, elder abuse, HIV/AIDS anxiety, safer sex information, suicide, and much more. Everyone who offers support at the LGBT National Help Center identifies as part of the LGBTQIA+ community.

888-234-7243
Hours: Monday thru Friday from 4pm to midnight; Saturday from noon to 5pm, Eastern time
How to Access: Call

LGBT National Youth Talkline

Provides a confidential safe space where youth can speak about sexual orientation or gender identity/expression issues. Everyone who offers support at the LGBT National Help Center identifies as part of the LGBTQIA+ community.

800-246-7743
Hours: Monday thru Friday from 4pm to midnight, Eastern time; Saturday from noon to 5pm, Eastern time
How to Access: Call. See website for online chat options

LGBTQ+ Affirming Healthcare Map

Interactive map and directory of healthcare providers that have proactively identified themselves as LGBTQ-friendly. Some have also been trained by Garden State Equality staff on best practices in LGBTQ+ care. Hosted by Garden State Equality.

How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Visit website

LGBTQ+ and Trans Teen Chatrooms

Our moderated chat rooms are for youth ages 19 and younger to talk in a safe space and be able to express themselves without fear of being judged (LGBTQ and separate room for transgender folks). ​You can discuss concerns, issues, talk about personal victories, or find a calm place to just hang out. All of you get to decide what these rooms are for, and all of you make this community. Operated by LGBT National Help Center.

Hours: LGBTQ Teens Chatroom: Tuesdays & Wednesdays 7- 10 pm Eastern; Trans Teens Chatroom: Thursdays & Fridays 7-10 pm Eastern
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Go online

Life Perspectives Counseling Services

Private counselor

127 Union Ave., Suite 4
Middlesex, NJ 08846
Hours: By appt. only
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Access: Call

LifeTies Mentoring for Youth (Mercer, Camden, or Gloucester County)

The LifeTies Mentoring program pairs youth with trained volunteer mentors with the goal to provide the presence of caring adults for youth. Pairing youth with a mentor can support a path to a safe and healthy future. Through Center for Family Services. Services are available to support a variety of needs, including: -youth aged 10-21 (living in Mercer County) who are at-risk or have a minor offense in the juvenile justice system; -youth ages 10-21 in the LGBTQIA+ community; -youth aged 10-17 (living in Camden or Gloucester Counties) who lost a loved one to overdose or youth who have a loved one affected by substance use; -youth aged 10-17 living in Camden City; -youth in the Camden City School District (this opportunity is for school district staff).

584 Benson Street
Camden, NJ
How to Access: Email, call, or visit website for info

List of LGBTQ+ Affirming Therapists near Middlesex, NJ

How to Access: Go to website

Literacy Volunteers of Somerset County

Free English conversation groups, tutoring, U.S. Citizenship preparation classes

120 Finderne Avenue
Bridgewater, NJ 08807
In Person / Virtual: Virtual
How to Pay: Test and Admin fee = $60 total - otherwise, free
How to Access: Apply on website

Loving Care Home at Visions and Pathways

Houses 5 females 18 or over

908-526-6605 ext. 310
1371 Park Ave.
Plainfield, NJ 07060
In Person / Virtual: In person
How to Access: Call

Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP), Universal Service Fund (USF) and Weatherization

Financial assistance - heating, cooling, natural gas, electric, energy efficiency. Check application for eligibility

NJ Dept. of Community Affairs, PO Box 800
Trenton, NJ 08625
Referal Form :Apply for all through one form: https://www.nj.gov/dca/divisions/dhcr/forms/docs/heaappl.pdf
How to Pay: Free to apply - lowers costs
How to Access: Applicants need to print out hard copy and send/drop off at NORWESCAP - info at end of application or call (908) 454-7000

Mama Dragons

Support for parents of LGBTQ+ folks. Classes and virtual support groups - low cost, and social media accounts

In Person / Virtual: Virtual
How to Access: Visit website

Manavi for South Asian Women

Domestic and sexual violence services free of charge for South Asian women. Staff and volunteers speak English, Hindi, Punjabi, Urdu, Farsi, Gujarati, Bengali, Kannada, Telugu, Marathi, Tamil, French, Swahili, Kikuyu. Culturally Specific Organization. Legal consultations free; small fee may apply for representation. Counties Serviced: Statewide

P.O Box 3103
New Brunswick, NJ 08903
Hours: 24/7 Hotline - multilingual
How to Pay: All services are free and confidential
How to Access: Call or text the hotline

Mane Stream

Equine/horse assisted therapy services

83 Old Turnpike Rd.
Oldwick, NJ 08858
Hours: Mon.-Thurs. 9am-5pm; Fri. 9am-4pm; Sat. 9am-1pm
How to Pay: Ranges from $85-$170/session; insurance may cover - see FAQs or call
Expected Wait Time: None
How to Access: Call or email

Martin Luther King Youth Center, Inc.

Afterschool, tutoring, and summer camp for Bound Brook and S. BB, Manville, Hillsborough, Somerville, and Bridgewater, ages 5-13.

1298 Prince Rodgers Ave.
Bridgewater, NJ 08807
Hours: Mon.-Fri.
In Person / Virtual: In person
How to Pay: Low cost
How to Access: Call or check website for reopening info

Meals-to-go at St. John’s Episcopal Church

We serve families in need as well as people who have a current need due to illness, caregiving, family changes (loss of a loved one, arrival of a newborn) to come and pick up a meal to take home. Meals are provided in plastic containers generously donated by the Branchburg Rotary and the menu changes weekly.

158 W High St.
Somerville, NJ 08876
Hours: Saturdays from 9-10
In Person / Virtual: In person
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Email or call for more information

Middle Earth

Services and activities for youth in Bound Brook, Franklin, Manville

520 North Bridge Street
Bridgewater, NJ 08807
Hours: Monday-Friday: 9 AM-5 PM
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Call. Some services are open for public applications.

Mindful Life Therapy, LLC

Counseling center

1 East High St. (2nd floor)
Somerville, NJ 08876
Hours: Mon.-Sat. - times vary by clinician
In Person / Virtual: Virtual
How to Pay: Out of network. Cash, check or credit card, sliding scale available for financial obstacles
How to Access: Call or fill out online form

Mindspring Wellness Counseling, LLC: Sonja Malcolm

Private counselor providing anxiety therapy for women in NJ

726 Route 202 South, Suite 320 #345
Bridgewater, NJ 08807
In Person / Virtual: Virtual
How to Pay: Fees avail on website
How to Access: Fill out online form

Moms Helping Moms

Providing low income families with essential baby items - especially diapers.

223 Stirling Road, Suite E
Warren, NJ 00759
Hours: Available by appointment only
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Must make appointment

Montgomery Food Pantry

Montgomery residents only - food pantry

365 Skillman Road
Skillman, NJ 08859
In Person / Virtual: In person
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Call for information

My Neighbor’s Boutique at Zarephath Christian Church

Affordable clothing shop - infant to adult plus size

Evelyn Raymondi
(732) 560-4001
595 Weston Canal Rd.
Somerset, NJ 08873
Hours: Mon. and Thurs. 10am – 1pm, Sat. 10am – 12pm
How to Pay: Free (for clients of church pantry) or low cost
How to Access: Call or email to confirm current hours. Facebook page for updates/sales: https://www.facebook.com/MyNeighborsMinistriesZCC/

My Neighbor’s Pantry at Zarephath Christian Church

Food pantry serving local families who are low income and/or facing crisis. Food, dental care, soap, diapers. Serving Bound Brook, South Bound Brook, Manville, Somerville, Raritan, Bridgewater, Somerset, North Plainfield

2 Ministry Center Drive
Zarephath, NJ 08890
Hours: Thursdays 10am-1pm; Saturdays 10am-12pm
In Person / Virtual: In Person
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Arrive and bring proof of residency or form of ID. May want to call first to check changes in schedule.

Naloxone365

NJ state database for where to find naloxone - 14 years or older to acquire naloxone anonymously and at no cost at participating pharmacies.

How to Access: Visit website

NAMI NJ Family African American Community Together NOW Support Group – Central Region

For African American families affected by mental illness.

Melanece Walker, MSW, LSW, Statewide Program Coordinator
Online
Hours: 3rd Thursdays, 6:30 – 8:00 pm; 3rd Tuesdays, 6:30 – 8:00 pm (this meeting postponed until June 2023)
In Person / Virtual: Virtual
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Fill out registration form on website

NAMI NJ LGBTQ+ Connection Recovery Support Group

Peer-led support group for adults (18+) in the LGBTQ+ community to discuss mental health and LGBTQ+ topics

Hours: Last Sun. of the month, 7-8:30pm
In Person / Virtual: Virtual
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Register via website or email for more info

NAMI Somerset, NJ – Family Programs

Free programs for caregivers and people with family members who have mental illnesses

Hours: Varies
In Person / Virtual: Virtual
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Register on website

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Helpline

Providing support and local resources on mental health

1-800-950-NAMI (6264)
Hours: Mon.-Fri 10am-10pm
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Call, text, email, or chat online

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) NJ

Online weekly support groups for people affected by mental illness and their families

1562 US-130
North Brunswick Township, NJ 08092
Hours: Monday-Friday: 9 AM-5 PM
In Person / Virtual: Virtual

National Center for Missing & Exploited Children

Helps find missing children

800-843-5678
810 Seventh Street NW
Washington, DC 20531
Hours: 24 hours/7 days
How to Pay: Free

National Deaf Domestic Violence Hotline

Safe, confidential services for Deaf survivors and service providers through email, live chat, and video phone.

206-812-1001 -ASL accessible
Hours: 24/7 Hotline
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Call

National Domestic Violence Hotline

24/7 call or text national hotline and website with articles, info, and safety planning tools.

1-800-799-7233
PO Box 90249
Austin, TX 78709
Hours: 24/7 Hotline
How to Pay: Free and confidential
How to Access: Call, online chat, or text "START" to 88788. View website for info

National Queer and Trans Therapists of Color Network

Use this website to search for mental health practitioners.

How to Access: Go to website and search

National Sexual Assault Hotline

Supportive listening and crisis support for people who have experienced sexual violence, or their loved ones. Operated by Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network (RAINN). Spanish online chat available: online.RAINN.org/es

1-800-656-4673 or online live chat (English, Spanish)
Hours: 24 hours/7 days
How to Pay: Free and confidential

New Jersey 211 Help Service

Find resources and information for housing, income, food, childcare, health, mental health, substance use, and legal matters.

211 or text your zip code to 898-211; live chat available on website
Hours: 24/7
In Person / Virtual: Virtual
How to Access: Free, go to website or call or text

New Jersey Coalition Against Human Trafficking

Website providing information, awareness, survivor resources, and speakers about human trafficking.

30 Chatham Road, # 711

Short Hills, NJ 07078
How to Access: Visit website

New Jersey Coalition to End Domestic Violence

24/7 New Jersey Domestic Violence (DV) helpline. Find a list of your local county's organization at https://njcedv.org/services/

1-800-572-7233. National Domestic Violence Videophone for Deaf survivors: Call 1-855-812-1001, or Text LOVEIS to 22522
Hours: 24/7 Hotline
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Call

New Jersey Housing Resource Center

The NJHRC is a FREE, online searchable registry of affordable and accessible housing units throughout the State of New Jersey, including: Affordable Rental Housing Affordable For-sale Housing Housing with Accessibility Features

1-877-428-8844
In Person / Virtual: Virtual
How to Access: Go to website or call

New Jersey Psychotherapy Counseling Center

Counseling and medication management, groups available

732-997-0707
220 Davidson Ave., Suite 306
Somerset, NJ 08873
Hours: Mon.-Sat. 9am-8pm
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Pay: Accepts major insurance, private insurance depends on plan, sliding scale avail. based on income and family size
How to Access: Call or use online form

New Jersey Self-Help Group Clearinghouse

A website to find self-help groups

800-367-6274
In Person / Virtual: Virtual
How to Pay: Free
Expected Wait Time: None
How to Access: Go to "Find a Group" on website, or call number for assistance.

New Jersey Suicide Prevention Hopeline

Free and confidential support for people in distress. Prevention and crisis resources on website

1-855-654-6735
Hours: 24 hours/7 days
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Phone, text or chat

NJ ABLE

ABLE is a 529A tax-advantaged savings program for persons with a disability, which allows for saving money for qualified disability expenses, tax-free.

(888) 609-8869, Monday - Friday, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm ET
How to Pay: Low cost
How to Access: Go to website to open an account and find more info

NJ Alcoholics Anonymous and Alateen

Support groups with 12 step program - for both adults and teens

Hours: Varies
In Person / Virtual: Virtual or hybrid
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Visit webpage for meeting list and detailed info (see "Meetings" tab at top of page)

NJ Career Connections

Job search, placement, and free job training workshops for all NJ residents

1 John Fitch Plz
Trenton, NJ 08611
Hours: 24/7 (website)
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Go to website to view. Can request 1 on 1 assistance through online form

NJ Center for Tourette Syndrome

Educational webinars, trainings, and support of families and individuals with Tourette Syndrome

50 Division St., Suite 205
Somerville, NJ 08876
How to Access: View website or call

NJ Child Abuse/Neglect Hotline

Call to report child abuse or neglect. All adults over 18 are mandated reporters

877-652-2873
Hours: 24 hours/7 days
How to Pay: Free

NJ Connect for Recovery – Helpline for Family and Friends

Helpline for family and friends coping with a loved one's substance use disorder

855-652-3737
Hours: 8 am – 10 pm on weekdays, 5 pm – 10 pm on weekends, and 3 pm – 10 pm on holidays
How to Pay: Free

NJ Coronavirus Call Center

Hotline for COVID questions

2-1-1 or 1-800-962-1253; Text NJCOVID to 898-211
How to Pay: Free

NJ Division on Civil Rights

File a complaint as the victim of discrimination or bias-based harassment in employment, housing, or public accommodations. Much more info on website.

978-648-2700
31 Clinton St #3
Newark, NJ 07102
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 9am-5pm
In Person / Virtual: Virtual
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: File a complaint online or by calling 1.833.NJDCR4U. See website for more info - you will need supporting documents.

NJ Domestic Violence Legal Helpline by NJ Coalition to End Domestic Violence(NJCEDV)

Legal information and resources for victims and survivors regarding domestic violence issues.

1-844-403-2111
Hours: Live: Mon. 10am-2pm; Thurs. 6pm-8pm. Can leave msg
How to Pay: Free

NJ FamilyCare

Info for people without employer insurance - affordable health care through state

1-800-701-0710 -interpreters available for many languages
Hours: Hotline avail. Mon. and Thurs. 8am-8pm; Tues., Wed., and Fri. 8am-5pm
Referal Form :Apply online: http://www.njfamilycare.org/apply.aspx
How to Access: Eligibilty: http://www.njfamilycare.org/who_eligbl.aspx

NJ Hope and Healing

Crisis counseling program for people affected by COVID-19, Hurricane Ida, and other disasters

(866) 202-HELP (4357)
How to Pay: Free

NJ Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency

Provides funding for affordable home ownership and housing opportunities

609-278-7400
637 South Clinton Ave., P.O. Box 18550
Trenton, NJ 08625
How to Access: Call or search website

NJ Housing Choice Voucher Program

See this website for current information about rental assistance, Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program, and related programs.

How to Access: Visit website

NJ IME Addictions Access Center

24/7 assistance and referral to treatment for substance use

1-844-276-2777
Hours: 24 hours/7 days
How to Pay: Free

NJ Landlord and Tenant Information

Website with information from the state of New Jersey. Includes laws and forms.

How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Go to website

NJ Mental Health Cares

Free, confidential mental health information and referral

1-866-202-4357
Hours: 8am-8pm (leave a message after these hours and they will return your call in 1 business day)
How to Pay: Free

NJ PRISM – New Jersey LGBTQIA+ helpline

The NJ PRISM LGBTQIA+ hotline is New Jersey’s first statewide information and referral hotline specifically geared to meet the needs of the LGBTQIA+ community. Compassionate staff ensure all calls are answered in a safe and affirming space.

844.NJPRISM (657.7476)
Hours: 24/7
In Person / Virtual: Virtual
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Call

NJ Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) Hotline

Info about the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)

1-800-687-9512 
How to Pay: Free

NJ Transgender Information Hub

Information for transgender and nonbinary people in NJ.

How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Visit website

NJ Traumatic Brain Injury Fund

Services and support for people with TBIs.

LorieAnn Wilkerson-Leconte
1-888-285-3036
Division of Disability Services, 11A Quakerbridge Plaza
Mercerville, NJ 08625
Hours: 9am-5pm Mon.-Fri.
Referal Form :Application available on website.
How to Pay: Free to apply
How to Access: Fill out and submit application. Eligibility requirements on website

No More – Global Directory – Domestic and Sexual Violence Services

Find international support for domestic and sexual violence.

In Person / Virtual: Virtual
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Go to website

Northeast New Jersey Legal Services

Divorce (Clinic) Counties Serviced: Bergen, Hudson, Passaic

Bergen County: (201) 487-2166, Hudson County: (201) 792-6363, Passaic County: (973) 523-2900

NORWESCAP

Variety of services for low-income residents of Northwest NJ, including Somerset County (but not food bank)

350 Marshall Street
Phillipsburg, NJ 08865
Hours: Monday-Friday: 8:30 AM-4:30 PM
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Pay: Free for qualifying clients
How to Access: Call or book an apppointment online

NORWESCAP Career and Life Transitions Center for Women – Hunterdon County location

Supports women and displaced homemakers re-entering the workforce

908-788-1453 and ask for Terry
84 Park Ave., Suite E-103
Flemington, NJ 08822
Hours: Tues.-Fri. 10am-5pm
How to Pay: Free to qualifying clients. Check website for eligibility or call/email
How to Access: Call to make appt or for info - no walkins

NORWESCAP Career and Life Transitions Center for Women – Somerset County location

Supports women and displaced homemakers re-entering the workforce. Core computer classes available in Spanish. and English

908-788-1453 and ask for Terry
170 Watchung Ave.
North Plainfield, NJ 07060
Hours: Tues.-Fri. 8:30am-4:30pm
In Person / Virtual: Virtual
How to Pay: Free to qualifying clients. Check website for eligibility or call/email
How to Access: Call to make appt or for info - no walkins

NORWESCAP Woman, Infants, and Children (WIC) -Somerset County Center

Parents can apply - provides food for women, infants and children up to age 5 with additional supportive health services.

908-685-8282
120 Finderne Ave #4
Bridgewater, NJ 08807
Hours: 8:30am - 4pm, closed weekends
How to Pay: Free to qualifying clients
How to Access: Call first

Oasis Biblical Counseling Center – Whitehouse Station location

Christian-focused counseling center affiliated with local churches

908-577-5977
144 Readington Road
Whitehouse Station, NJ 08889
How to Pay: Sliding scale avail., and accepts insurance, Medicare
How to Access: Call

Office of Public Defender

Court-appointed attorney for those charged with a crime who can't afford private attorneys

Todd Hess, Esq.
908-704-3020
75 Veterans Mem Dr. E. Suite 201
Somerville, NJ 08876
How to Access: Call

Open Cupboard Food Pantry – Hunterdon/Warren County Residents Only

Food pantry - updates Facebook often: https://www.facebook.com/opencupboardthrift

37 Old Hwy 22
Clinton, NJ 08809
Hours: By apt. only, Tuesday through Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to noon, and Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.
In Person / Virtual: In person
How to Pay: Food free to qualifying residents
How to Access: Call to make appointment

Open Cupboard Thrift Shop

Thrift store for anyone connected to food pantry for Hunterdon and Warren County residents. Updates Facebook often: https://www.facebook.com/opencupboardthrift

37 Old Hwy 22
Clinton, NJ 08809
Hours: Thrift shop: Tuesday through Saturday, 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. and Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday evenings 4:30 to 7 p.m.
In Person / Virtual: In person
How to Pay: Low cost
How to Access: Call for more info or visit during open times

OPTIONS Batterer’s Intervention Program for Men and Women at Richard Hall Community Health and Wellness Center

26 week psycho-educational group for those seeking to end abuse to their partners

908-725-2800
500 North Bridge Street
Bridgewater, NJ 08807
How to Access: Call

Out Montclair

Workshops and affirming spaces for LGBTQ+ folks including special groups for transgender folks, teens, and age 50+.

Montclair, NJ
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Pay: Free/low cost
How to Access: See website for information - events tab is kept current

Papa Ganache Project, LLC – Strengths Development Program

Alternative (vegan bakery) and traditional therapy/supports - focus on youth- some in-home

106 Main St.
Matawan, NJ 07747
In Person / Virtual: Both
Referal Form :Referral is self/private or through PerformCare (NJ Children's System of Care)
How to Pay: Private pay

Parent and Pregnancy Virtual Support Groups – Central Jersey Family Health Consortium

Support groups change periodically -check website or call for current groups and access information. Breastfeeding, new mothers, etc.

30 Silverline Drive, 2nd Floor, Suite 1
North Bruswick, NJ 08902
Hours: Times vary
In Person / Virtual: Virtual
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Call or go to website to find RSVP information.

Parents Anonymous of NJ – Family Helpline

Volunteers of Parents Anonymous provide supportive listening about parenting, and resource

Text or call: 1-800-THE-KIDS
Hours: 24 hours/7 days
How to Pay: Free

Partners

Legal assistance in domestic violence and family law matters for low income victims and survivors Counties Serviced: Essex, Hudson, Middlesex, Passaic, Union

Phone: (732) 233-0111, Text: (732) 535-6318

Peapack Reformed Church Food Pantry

Somerset Hills residents only - food pantry Available items include food, personal hygiene items, diapers, and more. No ID is required and donations are available for families, couples, and singles. Distribution takes place at Mendham Road Side Door of Peapack Reformed Church.

908-234-2733
224 Main St.
Gladstone, NJ 07934
Hours: Every Sunday, 5-6 pm
In Person / Virtual: In person
How to Pay: Free, no ID required
How to Access: Email or call church for more information. Distribution takes place at Mendham Road Side Door of Peapack Reformed Church.

PerformCare

Connection to health services for youth & families

877-652-7624
300 Horizon Dr Suite 306
Robbinsville, NJ 08691
Hours: 24 Hours/7 days
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Pay: Calling is free - services they refer to may require payment.
How to Access: Call.

Personal Assistance Services Program (PASP)

Through Somerset County Office on Aging & Disability Services: assists those with permanent physical disabilities maintain their highest level of independence while remaining active in the community. PASP is designed to provide individuals 18 years of age or older with physical disabilities with choice, flexibility, control, and the opportunity to tailor their personal care services through a monthly budget.

Jannell Wilson, PASP Coordinator
How to Access: Call or email for info

Perspectives Counseling Group, LLC

Counseling center

350 Grove St., Suite 206
Bridgewater, NJ 08807
In Person / Virtual: Virtual
How to Pay: Each clinician accepts different insurance
How to Access: Call, email, or fill out online form

Pete’s Place Baby Pantry at Central Jersey Family Health Consortium

Essential items for pregnant women and children under 5

1-888-551-6217 (Central Intake)
30 Silverline Drive, 2nd Floor, Suite 1
North Bruswick, NJ 08902
How to Pay: Free for those who qualify
How to Access: Must call to connect

PFLAG – Princeton Chapter

The PFLAG Princeton chapter is focused on supporting family members and friends of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ+) people. We hold monthly meetings where attendees have the opportunity to share their experiences, feelings, and challenges in a safe, confidential, and non-judgmental environment.

Hours: 2nd Monday of each month from 7pm-9pm on Zoom
In Person / Virtual: Virtual as of 8/10/23
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: If you would like to join our next meeting via Zoom conferencing, you must email us using our [email protected] address. Simply tell us the name you will be using in the Zoom software and we will email you the link to the meeting on the Sunday before the meeting. We must have your name to recognize you and admit you to the Zoom conference room.

PFLAG Flemington/Hunterdon County

Group for loved ones and allies of LGBTQ+ and queer folks. Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG) is the first and largest organization dedicated to supporting, educating, and advocating for LGBTQ+ people and their families.

Flemington , NJ
How to Access: Email for info about joining/meeting times

Piazza and Associates, Inc. – Affordable Housing Search

Online search, provider and liaison for affordable housing (low-moderate income) for 12 NJ counties. Appointments available.

609-786-1100 x300
216 Rockingham Row
Princeton, NJ 08540,
In Person / Virtual: Virtual
How to Access: Email, call, or visit website

Pioneer Family Success Center

Free activities and connection to resources for families and youth

50 Division St., Suite 303
Somerville, NJ 08876
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 9am-4pm
In Person / Virtual: Virtual
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Call, email, or visit website

Plainfield Freecycle

Free local, online giving community (Plainfield area)

How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Visit website to sign up

Plainfield YMCA

Wide range of services - see tags and website for info. This location has summer camp and school age child care (grades K-5) for after school, a monthly charge.

908-766-5770
950 Park Ave.
Plainfield, NJ 07060
In Person / Virtual: In Person
How to Pay: Monthly fee for individuals and different groups of families. Financial assistance available
How to Access: Call or see website

Planned Parenthood – Flemington Center

Affordable health services for adults and teens of all genders, including birth control -Emergency Contraceptive Pill available all open hours -Walk-in appts. often available; call 1-800-230-PLAN for more information

908-782-7727
349 Rt. 31 South
Flemington, NJ 08822
Hours: Various starting at 9am most days; closed Sun., Mon. and major holidays
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Pay: Low cost with or without insurance
How to Access: Call, schedule online apt., or visit - masks required

Planned Parenthood – Franklin Township Center

Affordable health services for adults and teens of all genders, including birth control. If you need emergency contraception (AKA the morning after pill), you can walk in anytime they're open. For many services, walk-in visits are available. For more information, call 1-800-230-PLAN.

732-246-2411
1323 Route 27
Somerset, NJ 08873
Hours: Various starting at 9am except Wed. (11:30); closed Sun. and major holidays
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Pay: Low cost with or without insurance
How to Access: Call, schedule online apt., or visit - masks required

Positively Me group for youth

Join us for fun activities that will strengthen and develop everyday life skills in Confidence, Awareness, and Kindness. Each 3 week session is FREE! Open to Grades 5-8. Snack included. Runs periodically (currently January through March 2024). At the Community in Conversation hub.

9 Church St.
Bernardsville, NJ
Hours: Wednesdays 3:15-4 pm
In Person / Virtual: In person
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Register at link (Google form)

Practical Insights LLC

Private in home counseling including animal assisted therapy. Therapeutic services are provided in the following counties: Hunterdon, Somerset, Warren, Middlesex, Morris,, Union and Essex Counties.

P.O. Box 2211
Flemington, NJ 08822
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8am-9pm, weekends by apt.
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Pay: Sliding scale avail. based on income, out of network/self pay

Practical Therapy Network, LLC

Counseling and therapy center - outpatient and in-home

170 E. Main St., Suite 200
Rockaway, NJ 07866
Hours: By appointment
In Person / Virtual: Virtual
How to Pay: Aetna, Cigna, and self pay
How to Access: Call or email

Pride Center of NJ

Support and services for LBGTQ+ people in NJ

85 Raritan Ave., Suite 100
Highland Park, NJ 08904
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Pay: Free- low cost- suggested donation for some groups
How to Access: Call, email, or view website

Pride Counseling

Professional virtual counseling option for the LGBTQ+ community - operated by BetterHelp.

In Person / Virtual: Virtual
How to Access: Go to website for more info

Princeton YMCA

Wide range of services - see tags and website for info. This location has summer camp and school age child care for Montgomery grades 1-6 (before and after school).

609-497-9622
59 Paul Robeson Place
Princeton, NJ 08540
Hours: M-F 6am-10pm; Sat. 7am-7pm; Sun. 8am-4pm
In Person / Virtual: In Person
How to Pay: Monthly fee for individuals and different groups of families. Financial assistance available
How to Access: Call or see website

Progressive Center for Independent Living – Hunterdon Location

Local services for people with disabilities and their families

Toll Free: 1-877-917-4500; TTY: 908-782-1081
1220 State Highway 31, Suite 14
Lebanon, NJ 08833
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Call

Prosperity at Visions and Pathways

Home visitation program for youth 14-21, focus on teens ageing out of foster care

908-526-6686 Ext. 315 or 337
49 Brahma Avenue, P.O Box 6871
Bridgewater, NJ 08807
How to Access: Call

PROUD Gender Center of NJ

Wide range of transgender medical and community services

1-833-BH-PROUD (1-833-247-7683)
181 Somerset St., 2nd Floor
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
How to Access: Call, see website for more info

Queer Headed

Sober community events, support and resources for the LGBTQIA+ community of South Jersey.

How to Access: Go to Facebook page for updates

Rachel Coalition (Jewish Family Service Metrowest)

Counties Serviced: Essex, Hudson, Morris, Sussex, Union

Rapid HIV Screening (Free and Confidential)

Use entrance on Plum St. Results in 20 minutes, PrEP counseling and navigation

Call ahead as hours may vary. Office: 732-235-7074 x. 6142; PrEP cell: 732-667-0520; Testing and counseling cell: 732-306-5530; Medical care/treatment: 732-235-7894
89 French St.
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
Hours: Nights and weekends by appt. only. Mon./Wed. 8:30am-8:30 pm; Tues./Thurs./Fri. 9am-5pm; Sun. 11am-4pm
In Person / Virtual: In person
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Call ahead to check hours

Raritan Food Pantry

Food pantry for the Raritan community. Clients can visit 1x a week, but call main number if looking for 2x. Also includes toiletry items, baby items. See website for more info.

28 Thompson St.
Raritan, NJ 08869
Hours: Pickup Wednesday 4:30pm-7pm, Saturdays 9:30am-12pm (updated 3/2023)
In Person / Virtual: In Person
How to Pay: Free - bring ID. Intakes and documentation are kept confidential and secured.
How to Access: Arrive in person and bring ID. Print intake form beforehand if possible on website.

ReachNJ

Live, trained addiction experts offer counseling and treatment connections. Also for friends and family. ReachNJ is a central call-in line for New Jersey residents who are looking for help with a substance use disorder (SUD). Each call to ReachNJ is answered by a live person in the first 30 seconds. T

1-844-ReachNJ (732-2465)
Hours: 24 hours/7 days
How to Pay: Free - no insurance needed

Removing Child Explicit Content from Online – from National Center for Missing and Exploited Children

Instructions on how to remove explicit content from Discord, Facebook, Google, Instagram, Imgur, Kik, Microsoft products, Reddit, Snapchat, Tiktok, Tumblr, Twitter, Youtube, and Other Sites.

In Person / Virtual: Virtual
How to Access: See website

Rental Guide – Directory of Affordable Housing in Somerset County, NJ

From Central Jersey Housing Resource Center.

How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Go to link

RESPECT Batterer’s Intervention at Family & Community Services

Group for those seeking to end abuse to their partners

339 West Second Street
Bound Brook, NJ 08805
How to Pay: PPO Insurance, check, cash, credit card and sliding scale based on income.
How to Access: Call or email for more info

Richard Hall Community Mental Health Center

Somerset County's mental health center - also includes a Zufall medical clinic, new in 2023

For appointment: 908-253-3165 or 1-888-744-4417 (toll free)
500 N Bridge St
Bridgewater Township, NJ 08807
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Access: Call and see website for more info

RideWise

Transportation updates, educational information on safe and environmentally-friendly travel. Also has BikeConnect program, which gives bikes to adults who need reliable transportation for employment.

360 Grove Street
Bridgewater, NJ 08807
How to Access: View website

RISE Group for youth

A group where young teens (grades 6-8) can connect with their peers and together learn new coping skills to manage stress and anxiety, practice mindfulness, build confidence and be empowered to be their best self. Led by a licensed social worker, not a therapeutic or clinical group. At the Community in Conversation hub. R.I.S.E. stands for Resilience, Insight, Support & Empowerment.

9 Church St.
Bernardsville, NJ
Hours: 2nd and 4th Tues. of the month (no holidays), 6-7 pm
In Person / Virtual: In person
How to Access: Register at link (Google form)

Robert Wood Johnson Diabetes Center at Somerset

Individualized programs and education for self-management of diabetes

908-685-2846
110 Rehill Ave.
Somerville, NJ 08876
How to Pay: Insurance for medical services, free education and support groups

Robert Wood Johnson Univeristy Hospital at Somerset – Maternity Pavillion

Free childbirth education classes

908-704-3766
110 Rehill Ave.
Somerville, NJ 08876
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Call number for info

Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital – Eating Disorders Program

Treatment for ages 14 and older, for all types of eating disorders including anorexia and bulimia.

(800) 300-0628
110 Rehill Ave.
Somerville, NJ 08876
In Person / Virtual: In person
How to Pay: In network for most major insurance plans, can advocate for some patients out-of-network
How to Access: Call or request appointment online

Rogers Behavioral Health – Philadelphia branch

Mental health and addiction treatment center

To request a screening: 888-927-2203For all other clinic inquiries: 267-787-6600
1 Winding Drive, Suite 106
Philadelphia, PA 19131
Hours: Monday-Friday, various times
In Person / Virtual: Both
Referal Form :Provider referral form: https://rogersbh.org/referral-partners/referral-form
How to Pay: Accepts insurance. Right now, location does not accept Medicaid/Medicare
Expected Wait Time: Call for screening or use the online form

Rutgers – Domestic Violence Clinic

The Clinic accepts a limited number of cases during the academic year (mid-August to April). Legal advocacy ONLY for Camden County. Counties Serviced: Camden, Gloucester, Cumberland, Burlington, Salem

If you need legal services, call the clinic at (856) 225-6425.

Rutgers – Domestic Violence Helpline

Statewide helpline to give information and referrals about the legal domestic violence process.  Counties Serviced: Statewide

(856) 225-2915

Rutgers Early Intervention Support Services (EISS) – Somerset County

EISS provides services to residents of Somerset County who are: 18 years of age and older; Currently suffering from acute mental health symptoms; Able to be safely served in an outpatient setting; NOT enrolled in PACT or RIST EISS provides a professional and proven alternative to Emergency Department visits and InPatient Psychiatric Admissions. EISS is a short-term, intensive treatment model designed to help stabilize consumers who are at risk for needing Psychiatric Screening and/or In-Patient Psychiatric Services. EISS provides a professional and proven alternative to Emergency Department visits and InPatient Psychiatric Admissions.

848-334-0501
Hours: 24/7; walk in hours: Monday - Thursday, 9am - 7pm Friday - Sunday, 9am - 5pm
In Person / Virtual: In person
How to Pay: Services are provided regardless of an individual's ability to pay and/or insurance
Expected Wait Time: Immediate
How to Access: Call number or walk in available at hours above

Rutgers Law Associates

Discrimination - any area arising from, or reasonably related to victimization If prospective client is not VCCO-eligible, the hourly rate is $60 – retainer ($2,500-$5,000) may be required. Email is the preferred method. The intake team should be in direct contact via email within 24-48 hours to set up an intake call. RLA has the capacity to handle 50-100 FRO cases and related representation each year. Counties: Statewide

123 Washington St.
Newark, NJ

Safe Harbor – For Hunterdon County Residents

Services for families experiencing separation/divorce, and programs to work with those experiencing violence. Updates Facebook often: https://www.facebook.com/SafeHarborChildAccessCenters/

908-268-4234
171 Main St.
Flemington, NJ 08822
Hours: 3-8 pm Tues/Thurs; Closed Mon., Wed., Fri.; Sat/Sun by appt. only
In Person / Virtual: In person
How to Pay: Some free, some cost
How to Access: Call or check website for schedule of events

Safe Haven Infant Protection Hotline

Distressed parents who wish to give up an unwanted infant anonymously and legally, with no fear of arrest or prosecution, can call this hotline

1-877-839-2339
Hours: 24 hours/7 days
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Call - info will be requested, but no names or records are required

Safe Haven Program for Pets at St. Huberts

Temporary support for pets when someone is leaving an abusive relationship

PO Box 159, 575 Woodland Ave.
Madison, NJ 07940
How to Pay: During the animal’s stay with us, all medical treatments (including neutering services) will be provided at no cost to the client.
How to Access: Call or email

Safe Helpline (for Military and Department of Defense Members)

Helpline Operated by Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network (RAINN), who runs the National Sexual Assault helpline. Online chat, app with selfcare options, group sessions with special sessions for men.

877-995-5247 - for US and worldwide via DSN, also online chat available
Hours: 24/7

Safe in Hunterdon – For Hunterdon County Residents

Domestic and sexual violence services free of charge for Hunterdon County residents (survivors and witnesses)

908-788-4044
PO Box 63
Flemington, NJ 08822
Hours: 24/7 Hotline
How to Pay: All services are free and confidential
How to Access: Call or text the hotline

Safe+Sound Somerset

Domestic and sexual violence services free of charge for Somerset County residents (survivors and witnesses)

866-685-1122
92 E. Main St.
Somerville, NJ 08876
Hours: 24/7 Call or Text Hotline - appointments vary
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Pay: All services are free and confidential
How to Access: Call or text the hotline

Salvation Army (formerly in Bound Brook)

Food bank open to all Somerset County residents. Also offering diaper bank and other services

615 Watchung Ave
Plainfield, NJ 07060
Hours: M 8am-3pm; Tues. -Fri. 9:30am-3pm; Sun. 10am-12 pm (closed Sat.)
In Person / Virtual: In Person
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Call to confirm

SEEK Then SPEAK App

SEEK THEN SPEAK is a tool for sexual assault survivors and support people. In SEEK, you can privately gather information and explore your options for medical care, supportive services, and reporting to police. If you choose, you can even begin the process of reporting to police by completing a self-guided interview in SPEAK (in over 100 languages and with screen reading capabilities). SPEAK does not save any information you provide. All data are deleted following a report that is sent to you, to share with a counselor, law enforcement, etc. App created by End Violence Against Women International (EVAWI).

How to Pay: Free
Expected Wait Time: Immediate
How to Access: Use website (not a downloaded app)

Sexual Health Center of Morrisville Medical Center

The Sexual Health Center of Morristown Medical Center provides confidential and individualized services to prevent new sexually transmitted infections, provide early diagnosis and intervention, and connect individuals to treatment when needed. It is a sex-positive, non-judgmental safe space for adults of all ages, genders and cultures, including people who identify as LGBTQ+.

973-889-6810
200 South Street Suite 342
Morristown, NJ 07960
How to Access: Call or view website for info

Shelter Our Pets

All-volunteer nonprofit corporation serving New Jersey and beyond (not a physical facility or shelter). If an animal is accepted into the Shelter Our Pets foster program, the animal(s) will be matched with a temporary, confidential foster parent, area kennel or other care provider. Info on website,, also can provide support and info on helpline.

Helpline: 973-506-9696
P.O. Box 8043
Paramus, NJ 07653
In Person / Virtual: Virtual
Referal Form :Survivors can contact directly - or can be referred to us through domestic abuse organizations, shelters and outreach programs, police department, social worker, attorney or other approved organizations
How to Access: Call. Please note, if you are calling for pet sheltering, some calls are returned from a blocked number

SHIP (Samaritan Homeless Interim Program)

Wide range of services for houseless individuals

908-393-9545
87 E High St.
Somerville, NJ 08876
Hours: Mon., Wed., Fri. 6:30 am-4pm; Tues., Thurs. 8:30am-4pm
In Person / Virtual: In Person
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Call or arrive

SHIP, Inc. Galley – Soup Kitchen

Soup kitchen for all

Food |
908-393-9545
St. John's Episcopal Church, Church Hall in rear of building - 158 West High St.
Somerville, NJ 08876
Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Friday and 3rd Tuesday of the month from 12:30-1:30 pm
In Person / Virtual: In Person
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Arrive

SHIP, Inc. Mobile Soup Kitchen – North Plainfield, Somerville, and Manville

Dinners offered in different places - see website for schedule

Food |
908-393-9545
87 E High St.
Somerville, NJ 08876
Hours: Monday-Friday in various locations between 5:30 and 7:00pm.
In Person / Virtual: In Person
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Arrive in person

Simuel Whitfield Simmons Organization

Community services for families and youth

732-246-1585
P.O. Box 1422
Somerset, NJ 08875
How to Access: Call for updated info

SNAP-Ed at Zufall Health

Free educational classes on making healthy food choices on a limited budget, and incorporating physical activity

973-891-3421
71 Fourth Street
Somerville, NJ 08876
How to Pay: Free classes
How to Access: Call for local class schedule and registration

Soldier On

Services for veterans at risk of being homeless (covers several states)

425 N. Main St. Building 6
Leeds, MA 01053
In Person / Virtual: In person
Referal Form :https://wesoldieron.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/53-ReferalForm-5.20.19.pdf
How to Access: Call. Service provider can fill out referral form.

Somerset Children’s Center

Services and therapy for children with disabilities 3-21

377 Union Avenue 
Bridgewater, NJ 08807
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 9am-8pm
Referal Form :Self referral or by community provider
How to Pay: Case management free; other services accept insurance - see website for list
How to Access: Call.

Somerset Community Action Program

Services for low to moderate income individuals. SCAP offers year round high quality full day childcare for infants through pre-k. Full day summer camp is available for school age students 6-13 years old. Subsidies are available through Community Childcare Solutions.

155 Pierce St. Suite F
Somerset, NJ 08875
How to Pay: Childcare is low cost
How to Access: Call or send in online form

Somerset County Bar Association

Online and by phone lawyer referral service

20 North Bridge St.
Somerville, NJ 08876
Hours: 1pm-5pm, Mon.-Fri.
In Person / Virtual: Virtual
How to Pay: Referral service is free. Varies by lawyer you choose
Expected Wait Time: 24 to 48 hours for call back. Then, you have the option of calling the lawyer suggested
How to Access: Call or use Lawyer Request Form on website. Bring all documents and info

Somerset County Behavioral Health Provider Search Tool

Search tool to use to find support. Made by the Dept. of Human Services

Somerset County Community Development

Providing info/resources to social services and community partners

27 Warren St., P.O. Box 3000
Somerville, NJ 08876
In Person / Virtual: Virtual
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Email or call office to speak with staff

Somerset County Court House – Family Division/Domestic Violence

Main contact info for Family Division at Somerset County Courthouse

908-332-7700 ext. 13730
20 North Bridge Street
Somerville, NJ 08876
How to Access: Visit website or call

Somerset County Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA)

Support groups for those affected by mood disorders, including family and friends

Shimon and Sara Birnbaum Jewish Community Center, 775 Talamini Rd
Bridgewater, NJ 08807
Hours: Mon. (virtual) and Wed. (in person) 7-8:45 pm
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Call Cyndi to confirm current times

Somerset County Library System

Variety of services beyond books/materials, including notary, ESL, citizenship, groups, jobs, etc.

Hours: Varies by branch
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Pay: Free with library card/proof of residency - see "getting a library card" page for residency requirements
How to Access: View website, visit in person, call your branch, "ask a librarian" on website

Somerset County Medical Transportation

Transportation to Medicaid providers for Medicaid-eligible Somerset County residents

1-866-527-9933
Hours: By appointment only
How to Access: Call

Somerset County Office of Youth Services

24 hour response youth intervention; counseling for youth and families in crisis

27 Warren Street, P.O. Box 3000
Somerville, NJ 08876
Hours: 24 hours/7 days
In Person / Virtual: In person
How to Access: Call

Somerset County Office on Aging and Disabilities

Wide range of services for seniors and caregiving families. Includes Meals on Wheels.

908-704-6346
27 Warren Street
Somerville, NJ 08876
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8:30 AM-4:30 PM
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Call or view website

Somerset County Resident ID Cards Application

Somerset County residents can obtain a photo ID from the County Clerk's office. This ID card is available to Somerset County residents, regardless of age. This card is NOT REAL ID compliant. However, residents might find it useful as a supplemental photo identification. Need proof of identity and proof of residency (see website).

Hours: Monday - Friday 8:15 AM - 4 PM; Extended hours Wednesdays until 6 PM
How to Pay: $10 (cash, credit, check)
How to Access: Go to website for info and application. Apply at County Clerk's office - can make appointment on website

Somerset County Social Services – Central Office

Main hub for county public assistance (includes TANF, Work First, EITC, SNAP)

(908) 526-8800
73 East High Street
Somerville, NJ 08876
Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30am - 4:30pm
How to Access: Visit website for more info about programs

Somerset Hills YMCA

Wide range of services - see tags and website for info. This location has daycare (3 months +), early education, school age child care (before and after school), and summer camp

908-766-7898
140 Mt Airy Road
Basking Ridge, NJ 07920
Hours: M-F 5am-10pm; Sat. 6am-8pm; Sun. 7am-8pm
In Person / Virtual: In Person
How to Pay: Monthly fee for individuals and different groups of families. Financial assistance available
How to Access: Call or see website for different locations and info

Somerset Treatment Services (STS)

Recovery center and prevention services for people with substance use disorders and HIV/AIDS-related illnesses. Includes group and individual services, NARCAN, parenting group. People can join Strengthening Families parenting group whether or not a parent has a history of a substance use disorder.

908-722-1232
118 West End Avenue
Somerville, NJ 08807
Hours: Mon. & Fri. - 9am-4:30 pm; Tues. & Thurs. - 9am-8pm
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Pay: Medicaid or Sliding Scale/payment plans
How to Access: Call

Somerville Freecycle

Free local, online giving community (Somerville)

How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Visit website to sign up

Somerville YMCA

Wide range of services - see tags and website for info. This location has summer camp and school age child care (before and after school, grades K-5). Grades K-10 with private transportation can also attend

908-722-4567
2 Green St.
Somerville, NJ 08876
Hours: M-F 5am-10pm; Sat.-Sun. 7am-5pm
In Person / Virtual: In Person
How to Pay: Monthly fee for individuals and different groups of families. Financial assistance available
How to Access: Call or see website

Somerville YMCA Little Free Pantry

Little free pantry available to all to take or leave something.

(908) 722-4567
2 Green St.
Somerville, NJ 08876
Hours: 24/7
In Person / Virtual: In Person
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Outside YMCA location

South Jersey Legal Services

Wills, Power of Attorneys, Healthcare Directives (Living Wills) for Senior Citizens ages 60 and over and for disabled individuals. Counties Serviced: Atlantic, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester, Monmouth, Ocean, Salem

Atlantic County: (609) 348-4200, Burlington County: (609) 261-1088, Camden County: (856) 964-2010, Cape May County: 609) 465-3001, Cumberland/Salem County: (856) 691-0494, Gloucester County: (856) 848-5360, Monmouth County: (732) 414-6750, Ocean County: (732) 608-7794

SPAN – Statewide Parent Advocacy Network

Workshops and support for parents of youth with and without disabilities. Lots of info on website

800-654-SPAN (7726)
35 Halsey St., 4th Floor
Newark, NJ 07102
Hours: 8am-4pm - warmline open
How to Access: Call or see website for resources

Speak Your Truth Facebook Group

SYTT facilitates one of the largest, gender-inclusive domestic violence support groups on Facebook, where thousands of survivors worldwide receive abuse education, resources, and emotional support.

How to Access: Go to website - need Facebook account to join

Special Needs Alliance for Pride (SNAP)

Arc Mercer group for LGBTQ people with special needs; “SNAP” to support community integration and advocacy.

(609) 406-0181
180 Ewingville Road
Ewing, NJ 08638
How to Access: Call for info

Start Your Recovery – substance use resource

Website with information on substance use disorders and treatment options, including assistance with finding support.

In Person / Virtual: Virtual
How to Access: Go to website

STOPIT App

App used to anonymously report incidents to Somerset County law enforcement. You can have a real-time, two-way, anonymous dialogue with law enforcement.

Hours: 24 hours/7 days
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Access Code: SOMERSETNJ. Download in App store.

Strategic Living, LLC

Counseling center, groups available

1201 Hamilton St.
Somerset, NJ 08873
How to Pay: Out-of-network provider, sliding scale may be avail.
How to Access: Use contact form online

Stress Management Counseling Center, LLC

Counseling center for children, teens, and adults

186 Center St., Suite 200
Clinton, NJ 08809
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Pay: In and out of network benefits, reduced fees may be avail., cash, check, some credit cards, HSAs
How to Access: Use online form to schedule or call

Strides in Psychotherapy, P.C. – Somerset location

732-873-5570
15 Clyde Rd., Suite 102
Somerset, NJ 08873
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Pay: Self pay (cash, check, credit card, HSA); out of network provider
How to Access: Call

StrongHearts Native Helpline

Culturally specific domestic and sexual violence helpline for Native Americans.

Hotline: 1-844-762-8483
Hours: 24/7 confidential, anonymous
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Call hotline

Support Groups at Family Support Organization of Hunterdon, Somerset, and Warren

Workshops and support for parents and families with children who have emotional/behavioral challenges

315 West Washington Ave., Suite 3
Washington, NJ 07882
Hours: Evening times vary; Warmline and office open Mon-Fri 9am-5pm
In Person / Virtual: Both, depends on group
How to Access: Call or view website for support group times

Survivor’s Sanctuary (for healing) – from Me Too

This self guided healing platform was created to aid survivors in their healing journeys.

In Person / Virtual: VIrtual
How to Access: Go to website

Take It Down

This service is one step you can take to help remove online nude, partially nude, or sexually explicit photos and videos taken before you were 18 (minors). You can remain anonymous while using the service and you won’t have to send your images or videos to anyone. Service provided by National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.

In Person / Virtual: Virtual
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Go to website and click "Get started" at the top of the page

The Arc of New Jersey Family Institute

Education and supports for caregivers of children and adults with disabilities

732-246-2525
985 Livingston Ave.
North Brunswick, NJ 08902
Hours: Contact Mon.-Fri. 8:30am-5:00pm
In Person / Virtual: Virtual
How to Access: View website

The Clothes Closet at St. John’s Episcopal Church

Features gently-used, low cost clothing, shoes, and accessories for men, women, and children

158 W High St.
Somerville, NJ 08876
Hours: First Saturday of each month from 9 am-12pm on lower level of Parish Hall
In Person / Virtual: In person
How to Pay: Low cost
How to Access: Free parking in back lot behind church or on street - enter from back parking lot - contact by phone or email for more info

The Counseling Center at Middlesex

Mental health and substance use treatment center - teens and adults, and groups

732-893-2000
127 Union Ave., Suite 1
Middlesex, NJ 08846
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8:30am-10pm; Saturday 9am-1pm
How to Access: Call

The Counseling Corner

Counseling center for teens and adults

15 East Main St., Suite 4
Clinton, NJ 08809
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Pay: Accepts some insurance, self pay, out of network provider
How to Access: Email or submit online form

The Learning Gate

Childcare in Raritan - infant through kindergarten.

816 Old York Rd.
Raritan, NJ 08869
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 7:30am-5:30pm
In Person / Virtual: In person
How to Access: Call or email

The Network/La Red Helpline

Survivor-led organization to end partner abuse. Provides confidential emotional support, information, referrals, safety planning, and crisis intervention for lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer and/or transgender (LGBTQ+) folks, as well as folks in kink and polyamorous communities who are being abused or have been abused by a partner.

Hotline: 800-832-1901 toll free
PO Box 6011
Boston, MA
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Call helpline

The Office of New Americans

Office and website listing services and supports for newly arrived immigrants. See links below for resource packets with additional information: English: https://www.nj.gov/humanservices/njnewamericans/newcomers/docs/Welcome-Booklet_en2.pdf Spanish: https://www.nj.gov/humanservices/njnewamericans/newcomers/docs/Welcome-Booklet_sp2.pdf

P.O. Box 0700, 222 South Warren St.
Trenton, NJ 08625
How to Access: Go to website

The OutList – LGBTQ+ Affirming Healthcare Providers

List of affirming providers - national

In Person / Virtual: Virtual
How to Access: Go to website and search for New Jersey

The Peer Recovery WarmLine – Mental Health Association of NJ

Peer-run hotline for individuals experiencing mental health issues. Answered by caring, trained people with lived experience with mental illness who are in recovery.

877-292-5588
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-10pm; Sat.-Sun. 5-10pm; Holidays 3-10pm
How to Pay: Free

The SWEET Network

Counseling center with focus on serving women of color

710 Easton Ave. Suite D
Somerset, NJ 08873
In Person / Virtual: Virtual
How to Pay: Some insurance, out-of-network provider, self pay (debit/credit card), reduced fees avail. on limited basis
How to Access: Call

The Trevor Project for LGBTQ+ Youth – Hotline

Support for LGBTQ youth in crisis, feeling suicidal or in need of supportive listening. Also info on website - answers and support.

TrevorLifeline- 1-866-488-7386; TrevorText - Text 678678
Hours: 24 Hours
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Chat online, call or text

Total Clarity Counseling

Private counselor specializing in holistic therapy

Somerset, NJ 08873
Hours: By appt.
In Person / Virtual: In person
How to Access: Call or email to schedule a 20-minute complimentary phone introduction

Trans Lifeline

Nation's only crisis and peer support helpline staffed by trans people, for trans people

877-565-8860
How to Access: Call

Transcend Counseling and Wellness

Holistic approach - counseling center focused on teens and adults

1075 Easton Ave. Tower 3- Suite 4
Somerset, NJ 08873
Hours: Sun. - limited. Mon.&Thurs. 12-6pm. Tues&Wed. 11am-5pm
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Pay: Many insurances accepted (varies by clinician)
How to Access: Call

Transgender Resource Guide

Document by the Proud Gender Center of NJ (PGCNJ) - this resource guide is intended for use by transgender, gender diverse, and intersex individuals, allies and/or individuals navigating transitioning.

Tri-County Care Management Organization (Somerset, Hunterdon, Warren)

Services for youth and families. By working effectively with schools, the Juvenile Justice System, and mental health and behavioral health providers, as well as advocating for family voice, choice and community support, CMOs help youth succeed at home, in school, and in the community.

Info line: (908) 526-3900, Option 8
How to Access: Call or view website for info

Tri-County ResourceNet

Updated often - Online resource directory for Somerset, Hunterdon, and Warren Counties

908-526-3900
3040 Route 22 West, Suite 210
Branchburg, NJ 08876
How to Access: View website

Unemployment Services of NJ website

Website with various information to file for unemployment and apply for jobs

How to Access: Visit website

Union County Office of LGBTQ+ Affairs

Union County office with activities and resources for the local LGBTQ+ community

Robert Charkowsky, Coordinator
908 527-4897
County of Union Administration Building, Office of LGBTQ Affairs, Economic Development, 10 Elizabethtown Plaza
Elizabeth, NJ 07207
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Access: Visit website

United Way Of Northern Jersey

Resources and services for people impacted by crises - to meet basic needs, including tax prep/filing

973-993-1160
222 Ridgedale Avenue
Cedar Knolls, NJ 07927
How to Access: Call or view website for info

University Behavioral Health Care – Piscataway location (Rutgers Health)

Psychiatric services for youth and adults

For appointment: 855-515-5700
671 Hoes Lane W
Piscataway, NJ 08854
Hours: 24 hours
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Access: Call to make appt. Parking free across street in lot.

Veterans Haven North

Transitional home for houseless veterans

Jennifer Chrucky - for Admissions questions
877-648-0091 (toll free) or 908-537-1999
200 Sanatorium Road, Suite 101
Glen Gardner, NJ 08826
In Person / Virtual: In person
Referal Form :https://www.nj.gov/military/veterans/services/vetshavennorth/documents/VHN-Application-for-Admission-Form.pdf

Vets4Warriors

Peer-to-peer support for military members and veterans

1-855-838-8255
Hours: 24 Hours
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Call, text, chat online, email

Victim Connect Helpline

National helpline where crime victims can learn about their rights and options confidentially and compassionately. Also includes website with information and resources. Operated by National Center for Victims of Crime.

1-855-484-2846 (call or text) - or online chat at link
Hours: 9am-5pm EST
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Call, text, or online chat

Victim Witness

Provides crime victims with information about the criminal justice process, rights, case status info and support services

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Erin Rocchietti, Coordinator
908-575-3359
40 North Bridge St
Somerville, NJ 08876
Hours: Monday - Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm
How to Pay: Free
Expected Wait Time: Immediate
How to Access: Call

Victim’s Crime Compensation

Victims of crimes and their families can apply for compensation through the state. A victim seeking VCCO benefits may receive a maximum award of up to $25,000.

973-648-2107
50 Park Place #5
Newark, NJ 07102
In Person / Virtual: Virtual
How to Pay: Free to apply
Expected Wait Time: To speed up process, submit copies of documents
How to Access: Visit website to see if eligible, apply on website. Or call.

Visions and Pathways

Services for runaway and abused youth, focus on housing, life skills, and crisis intervention

908-526-6605
49 Brahma Avenue, P.O Box 6871
Bridgewater, NJ 08807
Referal Form :Brahma House accepts referrals from NJ DCP&P for teenagers ages 13-17
How to Access: Call for info

Volunteer Lawyers for Justice

Free legal information sessions: https://www.vljnj.org/know-your-rights Counties Serviced: Essex

Wafa House

Culturally Specific Organization ONLY CONSULTATIONS ARE AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME Free legal information sessions: https://www.vljnj.org/know-your-rights Counties Serviced: Statewide

How to Pay: Free

Webchat for Deaf and Hard of Hearing services – domestic and sexual violence

Web chat is 24/7. Can also request to work with a Deaf advocate or someone who speaks ASL - this is from Monday to Friday, 8am-5pm. Website also has ASL videos on top bar about their services. DASACC is a domestic and sexual violence services organization providing free services and based out of Warren County, NJ.

How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Go to website

Wellsprings Counseling Center, LLC

201-956-6363
Multiple locations
NJ
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Pay: In-network with some insurance, also out-of-network provider
How to Access: Call or use online form

Whole Peace, LLC

Private counselor

732-391-4827
390 Amwell Rd., Suite 313
Hillsborough, NJ 08844
How to Pay: Cash check, sliding scale avail., out of network provider
How to Access: Call or use online form

Womanspace – For Mercer County Residents

Domestic and sexual violence services free of charge for Mercer County residents (survivors and witnesses)

24/7 helpline: 609-394-9000
1530 Brunswick Ave.
Lawrenceville, NJ 08648
Hours: 24/7 Hotline
How to Pay: All services are free and confidential
How to Access: Call or use online chat

Women Aware – For Middlesex County Residents

Domestic violence services free of charge for Middlesex County residents (survivors and witnesses)

732-249-4504
250 Livingston Ave.
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
Hours: 24/7 Hotline
How to Pay: All services are free and confidential
How to Access: Call

Womens’ Referral Central Hotline

Provides information and referrals to NJ women in areas including discrimination, housing, displaced homemakers, divorce, and violence.

1-800-322-8092
Hours: 24 hours/7 days
How to Pay: Free
Expected Wait Time: None
How to Access: Call number - translators are available to provide information in any language

WomensLaw.org Email Hotline and Live Chat

Provides legal info, referrals and emotional support - live chat also available with an attorney.

In Person / Virtual: Virtual
Expected Wait Time: 1-5 business days
How to Access: Send message via website

Workforce Learning Link

Provides free assistance to eligible New Jersey residents 16 years of age and older who are not enrolled in school and are legally able to work in the U.S. Program participants can: -Get assistance with high school diploma attainment, including help with studying and testing. -Upgrade their skills to enter an occupational training or post-secondary education program. -Enhance their basic literacy and computer skills to obtain or maintain employment. Must be legally able to work in the United States Must be a resident of New Jersey Must be at least 16 years of age and not enrolled or required to be enrolled in secondary school

Flemington and Somerville, NJ
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Go to website and fill out registration form (Google Form)

Youth Employment Services (YES) – Hunterdon County Youth

Assistance and coaching for jobs, schooling for individuals ages 16-24 experiencing specific challenges

908-635-6456
10 Junction Rd.
Flemington, NJ 08822
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: See website for eligibility; call or text contact for info

Youth Employment Services (YES) – Somerset County

Assistance and coaching for jobs, schooling for individuals ages 16-24 experiencing specific challenges

Kyle Vandenberg
908-725-7223, ext. 21
10 Junction Rd.
Flemington, NJ 08822
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: See website for eligibility; call or text contact for info

Youth Partnership at Family Support Organization of Hunterdon, Somerset, and Warren

Weekly meetings and activities for youth 13-21 years old with emotional, mental health, or behavioral challenges

(908) 223-1191 ext. 212 or 216
315 West Washington Ave., Suite 3
Washington, NJ 07882
Hours: Friday nights, various locations
How to Access: Call for application, see website

YWCA Union County – For Union County Residents

Domestic violence services free of charge for Union County residents (survivors and witnesses)

P.O. Box 462
Kenilworth, NJ 07033
Hours: 24/7 Hotline
How to Pay: All services are free and confidential
How to Access: Call

Zufall Health – Franklin Township School-Based Health Center

Available only to children in the Franklin Township School District* -Preventive Health Screenings -Physicals -Immunizations -Treatment of Minor Illness -Follow-up Medical Care -Health & Nutritional Counseling -COVID vaccines not available Location: Franklin Middle School-Hamilton Street Campus West parking lot near tennis courts

908-526-9040
415 Francis Street
Somerset, NJ 08873
Hours: Tues. 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM; Thurs. 7:30 AM – 3:30 PM
In Person / Virtual: In person
How to Access: Call ahead to make appt.

Zufall Health Center – Bridgewater

Provides quality and affordable primary medical and dental care, as well as cancer screenings, etc. After hours: Patients can call any Zufall office 24/7. For urgent needs, you will be connected with our on-call medical provider. For extreme or life-threatening cases, call 9-1-1. Zufall is available in various towns across north and central NJ.

908-252-4410. Patient Text Line: 844-787-1846
500 N Bridge St
Bridgewater, NJ 08807
Hours: Mon 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM, Fri 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Pay: Insurance and sliding scale (with proof of income). No one denied services because of inability to pay
How to Access: Call, text, or make appt online

Zufall Health Center – Somerville

Provides quality and affordable primary medical and dental care, as well as cancer screenings, etc. After hours: Patients can call any Zufall office 24/7. For urgent needs, you will be connected with our on-call medical provider. For extreme or life-threatening cases, call 9-1-1. Zufall is available in various towns across north and central NJ.

908-526-2335. Patient Text Line: 844-787-1846
71 Fourth Street
Somerville, NJ 08876
Hours: Mon.-Wed.: 7:30 AM-5 PM; Thursday: 7:30 AM-6 PM; Friday: 7:30 AM-4 PM; Open most Saturdays, closed Sunday.
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Pay: Insurance and sliding scale (with proof of income). No one denied services because of inability to pay
How to Access: Call, text, or make appt online

Zufall Health Enrollment Hotline

Assistance with enrollment in NJ Family Care (Medicaid) and qualified health plans through NJ Health Insurance Marketplace

973-891-3425
Hours: By appointment only
How to Pay: Free to call hotline
How to Access: Call and leave a message with full name, date of birth, and phone number. A Certified Application Counselor will call back to schedule appt.

Zufall Healthy Smile Center – Flemington

-Preventive Care Dental for Adults & Children -Exams -Fillings -Crowns -Dentures -Extractions -After Hours: Patients can call any Zufall office 24/7. For urgent needs, you will be connected with our on-call medical provider. For extreme or life-threatening cases, call 9-1-1.

908-968-4440
361 Route 31 Bldg. C, Suite 701
Flemington, NJ 08822
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8am-4pm
In Person / Virtual: In person
How to Access: Call