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Permanent residence for women with AIDS
Individual and group therapy, education about illness management and recover, individual and group counseling for those that also have an addiction to drugs and alcohol, weekly medication monitoring, education and counseling with program psychiatrist and RN, assistance with discharge planning and community referrals.
Vocational programs including free public access to computers, fax, copier, and phone for job search activity; vocational assessment, testing, and evaluation; career counseling and job planning; tuition waiver program; youth services; veteran and other special populations services.
Eva's Village is a uniquely progressive and comprehensive non-profit social service organization dedicated to fighting homelessness and poverty. Our mission is to feed the hungry, shelter the homeless, treat the addicted and provide medical and dental care to the poor with respect for the human dignity of each individual.
Information and support services for families affected by substance abuse, HIV, Domestic Violence, Mental health issues, Sexual Assault, etc.
Community Access Unlimited (CAU) is a multi-faceted, human services agency that provides support services for at–risk youth and people with disabilities.
Culturally sensitive, Arabic-speaking mental health clinician providing individual, family, group and couples therapy; workshops and educational seminars, youth counseling, parenting groups, Information and referral, and trainings for professionals on "How to work with Arab Americans".
Variety of free, quality services to underserved women, exclusively in the area of family law. To date, Partners has helped more than 300 women by offering technical and procedural advice, counsel and legal advice, pro bono legal representation and referrals.
The mission of Parents Anonymous of New Jersey, Inc. is to protect children by strengthening families through mutual support, parent leadership, and advocacy.
Groups for DWI conviction offered in English, Polish, & Spanish. Individual counseling available, specializing in addiction counseling.
We are Licensed Social Workers, Counselors, Drug Counselors and Adolescent specialists experienced in areas of sexual abuse, anger management, anxiety and depression, alcohol/drug abuse, grief/loss, divorce, blended families, marriage conflict, adoption, homestudies, foster care, parent shadowing, and more.
A special program for expectant women includes: Prenatal mailings, Expectant Mom Calls, Pregnant Pause Visits, Mommy & Me Developmental Home Visits.
Dr. Lidia D.Abrams, PhD, is a licensed psychologist in New Jersey and New York, with 20 years of experience providing psychological services including psychotherapy, psychological evaluations, client advocacy and clinical training.
Type of services:
- Domestic Violence Services
- Shelters and Housing Services
Domestic violence shelter and counseling for battered victims and their children; 24-hour domestic violence hotline; support groups; legal advocacy services for Safe House residents and victims in Family Court.
Food for homeless and low income individuals.
Provides comprehensive mental health and rehabilitation services to people with mental illness. As a community-based day program, AFHS emphasis the psychosocial rehabilitative approach in assisting the person with mental illness through the process of recovery. Focusing on the personal strengths and abilities of our members, our program offers individualized service planning. Our goal is to provide a setting where empowerment and choice are the key to self-determination, satisfaction, and a successful recovery.
The Commission coordinates and provides preventive, rehabilitative and assistive services to people who are blind or visually impaired or at risk of becoming so.
Cognitive therapy, hypnosis, breathwork, substance abuse, bipolar, divorce, stress management
Psychoanalysis, psychodynamic psychotherapy, Cognitive therapy, Behavior therapy, Play Therapy, parent counseling, ADHD, Bipolar, Stress management.
Depression, sexual identity, relationships, trauma
Cognitive therapy, Marital therapy, short term psychotherapy, anxiety disorder, stress management, anger management
Divorce, family / child / adolescent therapy
Psychotherapy, NO evaluations, BILINGUAL (SPANISH)
Child and family counseling
Family / individual therapy
Group practice providing comprehensive private psychotherapy services for individuals, couples and families. Treats substance abuse and other addictive behaviors such as bulimia, overspending, gambling, and compulsive sexual behavior. Treats ADD/ADHD, codependency/ACOA, depression and anxiety, compulsive overeating, loss/bereavement, post-traumatic stress, separation/divorce adjustment, smoking cessation.
Evaluations, Medication Monitoring, Therapy, Bilingual (Arabic)
Psychodynamic psychotherapy, short-term therapy, couple/ marital therapy, ADHD, Sexual abuse, Parenting, trauma