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. S+SS reserves the right to choose which information we will publish.

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4-H Hunterdon County

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

908-788-1341
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

Behavior Therapy Associates

Counseling center and support for youth and those with disabilities; groups available

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

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

Casa Esperanza

Legal services for the immigrant 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.

Center for Educational Advancement – Employment Services

Job training and related services for young people with disabilities

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

Disability Rights New Jersey (DRNJ)

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

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

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

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.

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

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., Second Floor
Somerville, NJ 08876
In Person / Virtual: Virtual
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Call or view website

Greater Somerset County YMCA

Wide range of services across 6 locations beyond health/fitness

908-630-3535 (main number)
142 Mt Airy Road
Basking Ridge, NJ 07920
Hours: Monday-Friday: 5 AM-8PM; Saturday & Sunday: 7 AM- 1 PM
In Person / Virtual: In Person
How to Access: Call or see website for different locations and info

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

Habitat for Humanity – Raritan Valley

Offers homes to low and medium income level families, plus homeownership classes.

100 West Main St. (2nd floor of United Reformed Church)
Somerville, NJ 08876
How to Pay: Free to apply. If you qualify, homes are selected by lottery. Check website for info.

Harvest Family Success Center – For Hunterdon Residents

Family activities, workshops, and individual assistance for Hunterdon County residents

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.

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

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 Access: View website or call - new address as of 11/2021

HOPES Community Action Partnership

Variety of community services for 3 counties including Somerset

David E. Rue Building, 301 Garden St.
Hoboken, NJ 07030
How to Pay: Free for qualifying individuals; low cost
How to Access: Call or submit online form: https://www.hopes.org/contact

Hunterdon Helpline

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

Improved Pregnancy Outcome Program – Hunterdon County

Free services for pregnant Hunterdon County residents - see online brochure for eligibility

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

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

Martin Luther King Youth Center, Inc.

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

908-526-3688
1298 Prince Rodgers Ave.
Bridgewater, NJ 08807
Hours: Mon.-Fri.
In Person / Virtual: Closed during COVID
How to Access: Call or check website for reopening info

Middle Earth

Services for youth in Bound Brook, Franklin, Manville

908-725-7223
P.O. Box 8045
Bridgewater, NJ 08807
Hours: Monday-Friday: 9 AM-5 PM
In Person / Virtual: Both
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: Call. Some services are open for public applications.

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

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 fill out online form: https://norwescap.org/contact-us/

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
How to Pay: Free to qualifying clients
How to Access: Call

Progressive Center for Independent Living – Hunterdon Location

Local services for people with disabilities and their families

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

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

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

Somerset Community Action Program

Services for low to moderate income individuals

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 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

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

35 Halsey St., 4th Floor
Newark, NJ 07102
Hours: 8am-4pm
How to Access: Call or see website for resources

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

The Arc of New Jersey Family Institute

Education and supports for caregivers of children/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

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

Youth Employment Services (YES) – Hunterdon County Youth

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

Susan Rozycki
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
908-772-9908
10 Junction Rd.
Flemington, NJ 08822
How to Pay: Free
How to Access: See website for eligibility; call or text contact for info