Resources

These are all of our resources. You may find it helpful to view by selected Community and Health Services using the main navigation. Or, you can search by location and keyword!

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C.I.A.C.C. Resource Guide

The ultimate goal of the C.I.A.C.C.’s activities is to oversee mental and behavioral health services available to children and families to ensure that the appropriate and least restrictive level of care is obtained and a comprehensive system of needed services within the County is maintained.

Rodriguez, Taina

(609) 501-6191
5 S. 3rd Street
Hammonton

K4K, LLC has wraparound services, Approved provider by the New Jersey Department of Children and Families to provide Intensive-In-home (IIH) Support Services such as Intensive-In-Home-Clinical, Intensive-In-Home-Behavioral, and Individual Support Services (ISS) throughout 21 Counties In New Jersey. delivery system for children and youth up to age 21, integrated approach, community based family support services.

Anchors to Stay Prevention Program

Family Promise of Southern Ocean County is introducing the Anchors to Stay Prevention Program. This new program is available across Ocean County, allowing eligible families to receive financial aid on rent, mortgage, or security deposit payments. Families also have access to a curriculum focused on stability and further prevention of homelessness.

Mary Lou Killian Searles, PhD, LCSW and Linda Searles Stone, LCSW

(609) 610-2596
721 Auth Avenue
Oakhurst

Individual, couples, and family therapy for members of LGBTQ communities and their allies. We specialize in gender identity and expression, sexual orientation and support related to Intersex conditions. We offer teletherapy sessions and are accepting new clients.

Family Crisis Intervention Unit (FCIU)

(732) 240-3638
2445 Windsor Avenue
Toms River

A county funded program within Harbor House, offering free counseling and case management services to Ocean County residents. Our counselors are trained and qualified to intervene in family crises, working with juveniles ages 10 to 18 years old and their families.

Harbor House

(732) 281-0822
808 Conifer Street
Toms River
2445 Windsor Avenue
Toms River
808 Conifer St
Toms River

A non-profit youth service organization providing emergency shelter, transitional housing, family crisis intervention, counseling, prevention, and outreach services to runaway, homeless, abused, and other high risk youth and their families.

PFLAG Jersey Shore

(908) 814-2155
36 Washington Street
Toms River
352 Sycamore Avenue
Shrewsbury

PFLAG Jersey Shore provides support, education, and advocacy on behalf of the LGBTQ community, their families, and friends. Support groups are held in Monmouth & Ocean Counties where peer-to-peer support is held covering LGBTQ topics, gender identity and gender expression topics, and family acceptance topics. 

Down Syndrome Fact Sheet

The mission of the National Down Syndrome Society is to be the national advocate for the value, acceptance and inclusion of people with Down syndrome.

RESOURCES FOR CAREGIVERS OF INDIVIDUALS WITH AUTISM

The coronavirus has had drastic effects upon people with autism and their caregivers. The disruption in routines, as well as the introduction of new societal norms such as wearing masks and practicing social distancing, is extremely difficult for individuals with ASD.

VIPA We Got Your Back (To School)

With Virtual Instruction Program Assistance from Sunny Days Sunshine Center one of our therapists will assist your child with their daily virtual schooling.

Beautiful Minds

(609) 350-5007

Beautiful Minds, a mental health agency founded in 2016, provides in-home therapeutic interventions and outpatient services to youth and families in New Jersey. Our mission is to heal and strengthen the mind, body, and spirit.

Harbor MAT

(732) 344-0596
495 Jack Martin Blvd
Brick

Opioid Trement Provider Medication Assisted Treatment Brick NJ 08724

Alyssa Paul

(732) 723-7130
252 Washington st suite C3
Toms River

Offering Psychotherapy for adults and adolescents struggling with Social Skills, Emotional Dysregulation, Depression,ADHD, Anxiety, PTSD and Self Esteem.

AMP Sports and Fitness

(609) 508-3595
119 Virginia Ave
Manasquan

Two programs. One goal. 
- Sports Performance Training
- Autism Movement Project: Sports and Fitness for Developmentally Disabled Youth and Adults

ABC Therapy Services

(609) 569-3919
1170 S. White Horse Pike
Hammonton

ABC Therapy Services is a non-profit organization that provides statewide in-home solutions for children and adolescents dealing with depression, grief or loss, anxiety, trauma, oppositional and defiant behavior, ADHD, intellectual and developmental disabilities, or substance abuse.

Caring Family Community Services

(732) 780-2799
1021 West Commodore Blvd
Jackson

Caring Family Community Services provides a wide array of services for individuals with emotional, behavioral and developmental challenges. Our main office is in Jackson, New Jersey; however, since most of our services are provided within the comfort and convenience of the family home we are able to provide care throughout the state of New Jersey.

Pandemic Support Group

4700 Long Beach Blvd
Long Beach Twp

A FREE, 8-week confidential support group providing a safe space to discuss the experiences of COVID-19

GRANDPARENTING SUPPORT GROUP

(609) 494-1554
VIRTUAL SUPPORT GROUP
Long Beach Township

Have you found yourself in a parenting role, raising your grandchild?
This FREE, 8-week confidential group provides a safe space for individuals to share their stories, receive support and develop coping skills.

Sunny Days Sunshine Center

(866) 557-8669
300 Corporate Center Dr
Manalapan

Sunny Days Sunshine Center is dedicated to children birth-18 who may be experiencing challenges with learning, speech-language, feeding, behavioral, social skills, sensory processing, and/or motor development. We provide individual and group therapy sessions that are Center based, Community based, Home based & During Covid-19 we offer Virtual Therapy Sessions. The Sunshine Center believes in a hands on approach, collaboration, family training, and most importantly generalization in multiple settings.

Transitions School Refusal Program, First Children Services

(856) 888-1097
1256 Marlkress Rd
Cherry Hill
250 S Franklin Ave
Berlin

The Transitions Program is a full day, small group, center-based home instruction educational program for students grades 5-12 with school refusal due to anxiety and/or depression.