Double Trouble in Recovery (DTR) is a twelve-step fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength, and hope with each other to solve their common problems and help others recover from their particular addiction(s) and mental disorder(s).
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The American Red Cross of Northern New Jersey, located in Fairfield, NJ, serves a population of 3 million people in Bergen, Essex, Hudson, Passaic and Sussex Counties.
WAFA House provides services to victims of Domestic Violence as well as education to the community at large.
Our mission is to help the poor improve their quality of life and to become self-sufficient by addressing the causes as well as the effects of poverty.
Transitional/ Supervised Housing
Develops independent living skills of persons with disabilities. Provides information and referral, peer support, advocacy, community education, recreation, and social activities.
Provides outpatient services to children and adults. We provide individual, family and group counseling. Specialized services for HIV, sexual abuse and depression. We have a multicultural, multidisciplinary team of professionals.
Family friendly on-stop multipurpose agency of resources for Passaic County families.
Programs are academically enriching and fun experiences for Middle and High School students.
West Milford Counseling Center offers a full range of psychological services. Individual, group, couples, and family counseling services are available. Specialized treatment for trauma using EMDR and Clinical Hypnosis is readily available. Psychosocial and personality testing services are also offered.
Turn The Page LLC uses a multifaceted approach to find solutions for individuals, families, organizations and the community. We work with a wide range of emotional and behavioral issues providing services that span from therapy for depression and grief counseling to parenting support and couples counseling.
Food pantry, rent and utility assistance, food vouchers, shelter assistance, mentoring. (Referrals needed)
Strengthen Our Sisters Women’s Shelter is committed to serving battered / homeless women and children.
Outpatient addiction services.
Imagine is a free year-round children’s grief support center that serves NJ children age 3-18 and young adults 18-30 who are grieving the death of a parent or sibling, or who are living with a parent or sibling with a life-altering illness. Imagine also provides grief education and training for thousands of teachers, parents, coaches, youth, and other adults annually.
Summit Oaks Hospital provides psychiatric and substance abuse treatment to children as young as 5, adolescents and adults. Inpatient, partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient programs are offered to individuals with private insurance, Medicaid and Medicare.
LAKEVIEW NEUROREHABILITATION SYSTEM has 2 programs for children. One is a Residential Treatment Facility (RTF) the other a hospital based program serving children with more complex medical & behavioral challenges. The RTF has 24 hour nursing, a nurse practioner, & full time physician. Both programs have accredited schools. Some diagnoses are: Brain Injury, Seizure Disorder, Aspergers, Autism, ADHD, Mild/Moderate MR, Pervasive Developmental Delay, Tourettes, Brain Tumors, Bipolar Disorder, Bariatric services/Obesity, etc. Lakeview is JACHO/CARF & Special Ed. Certified. For more ifmormation please call 609 238-1478
Advocate (mentor) provides weekly intervention services (family interaction, career development, mental health, educational assistance, etc. to child.
After-school program for 5th through 8th grade West Milford students. *Maximum 35 student enrollment* Recreational activities, hands-on learning, and academic enhancement.
Service for senior residents and people with disabilities who need transportation to and from their homes to public facilities including doctor's offices, hospitals, shopping centers and more!
Shelter for homeless families and community food pantry.
Inpatient treatment with primary diagnosis of substance abuse and have some co-occurring disorder. Medically supervised detox and 12-step recovery program.
For mothers and children.
Offers basic adult literacy, ESL, and math literacy programs for individuals or small groups.
Free job search and career navigation assistance.
An integrated approach for counseling and employment services for domestic violence victims. * No fee *
The Home Energy Assistance Program helps very low-income residents with their heating and cooling bills, and makes provisions for emergency heating system services and emergency fuel assistance within the Home Energy Assistance Program.
NJHRC provides an online tool for finding and listing affordable housing, helping people with disabilities find housing options, and obtaining housing information and links.
Homework Help, Reading Club, Chess Club, Tutoring and more
Parent-led, professionally facilitated parent self-help group. *Free and confidential.*
The Youth Services Program was established to serve individuals referred by schools, state, and community agencies. The program’s objective is to help youth cope with family, school and social issues.
The mission of the NJ Coalition for Bullying Awareness and Prevention is to increase community awareness of bullying as a common serious problem of school-age children and to advocate for the implementation of effective bullying prevention approaches in the State of New Jersey.
The agency is an oasis and a pillar of hope for the lonely senior, the jobless, the wayward teenager, the worried and failing student, the abandoned child and abused spouse, the homeless family, those affected by the disease of addiction. It is a voice for those who cannot speak for themselves.
CUMAC is a non-profit organization dedicated to feeding people and changing lives. Our team works to alleviate hunger and its root causes for those in need in Paterson, Passaic County and northern New Jersey.
Provides a comprehensive, pre-school educational service. Program includes health, nutrition, education, special needs, social service, parent involvement, and mental health. Head Start is also for the handicapped pre-schooler. Services include dental and health screenings, speech and development therapy for disabled, counseling and child care food program.
Classes and special events to provide leisure time for families and children.
Provides educational, language, and clinical (play therapy) social services for enrolled children experiencing delays or problems. Also provides other services, including clinical counseling, parenting skills, education and a women's support group.
Head Start preschool, Early Head Start childcare, food pantry, rental and utility assistance, parent education, and family support groups.
Under the Passaic County Division of Mental Health, this program provides case consultation services working with individuals roughly between the ages of 17-24 in need of transition services planning.
A non-profit agency established in 1978 offering many types of financial counseling: Credit Counseling--licensed by the New Jersey Division of Banking to provide credit counseling and debt repayment programs. Pre-Filing Bankruptcy Counseling and Pre-Discharge Bankruptcy Education OnLine--approved to issue certificates in compliance with the Bankruptcy Code
Campers with communication, social, behavioral and learning diff?erences participate in a diverse camp program, including social skills, sports, arts and crafts, ceramics, music, adaptive physical education, both instructional and recreational swim, waterpark, petting zoo, theme days, playground time, carnivals, Shabbat and more.
After-school childcare for school-age children. Also runs state-funded Abbott pre-school for 3- and 4-year old children.
Federally funded, title N-E Independent Living Program designed to prepare adolescent foster children for emancipation from the foster care system. An individual living plan is developed for each child according to their individual strengths and needs. Training in finance, home management, employment skills, and educational advancement are among the life skills training provided. Clients receive individual and group counseling as well.
Our Special Needs Programs are designed and led by an experienced team of trained instructors.
Job readiness, placement for welfare to work clients, transportation, citizenship services, translating, advocacy, food pantry, info and referral.
Cognitive therapy, individual psychotherapy, Psycho-pharmacology, ADHD, Bipolar, eating disorders
Over the next 12 months, the program participants will make 500 home repairs—free of service charges—for Paterson's elderly and disabled residents.
Our mission is to strengthen families and the community through education in order to reduce isolation, build connections within and between families, and throughout the community.