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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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

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

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

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

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.

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

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/

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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 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.

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

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

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

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

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

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 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

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

Unemployment Services of NJ website

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

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

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