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WARREN COUNTY HUMAN SERVICES DIRECTORY

2011

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Abilities of Northwest Jersey Advancing Opportunities/Cerebral Palsy of New Jersey Al-Anon/Alateen, North Jersey Information Services, Inc. Alcoholics Anonymous Intergroup Alternatives, Inc. American Cancer Society, Northwest NJ Region American Diabetes Association of New Jersey American Red Cross of Northwest NJ, Warren Office The ARC, Warren County Chapter, Inc. The ARC, Project First Step Infant Development Program Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Hunterdon, Somerset, and Warren Counties Boy Scouts of America, Central NJ Council Boy Scouts of America, Minsi Trails Council Bridgeway Rehabilitation Services, Program for Assertive Community Treatment (PACT) Camp Bernie, Ridgewood YMCA Care Net Pregnancy Resources of Warren County (CNPR) Catastrophic Illness in Children Relief Fund Catholic Charities, Alternatives Catholic Charities, Alternatives for Youth Catholic Charities, Comprehensive Assessment & Treatment Services (CATS) Catholic Charities, Child Assault Prevention (CAP) Catholic Charities, Child Care Services Division Catholic Charities, Crossroads Catholic Charities, Families First (DYFS) Catholic Charities, Family Preservation Services Catholic Charities, Independent Living Catholic Charities, Mobile Response & Stabilization Service Catholic Charities, Pediatric Counseling Services Catholic Charities, Social Service Center Catholic Charities, Specialized Children's Outreach Catholic Charities, St. Bakhita House Catholic Charities, Supervised Visitation Program Catholic Charities, Youth Case Management Center for Assessment & Treatment Community Action Committee of the Lehigh Valley, Safe Harbor Easton Community Prevention Resources of Warren County Contextual Family Services Coventry Family Practice Associates 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38

DAWN Center for Independent Living (CIL) Dental Health Associates, P.A. Domestic Abuse and Sexual Assault Crisis Center (DASACC) Easter Seals, Residential Services Easter Seals, Camp Merry Heart Family Guidance Center, Better Future Self-Help Center Family Guidance Center, Communities Against Substance Abuse (CASA) Connections Family Guidance Center, Gateway Partial Care Program Family Guidance Center, Intensive Family Support Services Family Guidance Center, Outpatient Mental Health Program Family Guidance Center, Psychiatric Emergency Services, Family Crisis Intervention Unit Family Guidance Center, Sexual Abuse Treatment Program Family Guidance Center, Substance Abuse & Intensive MICA Programs Family Guidance Center, Supported Employment Program Family Guidance Center, Warren Hills School Based Youth Services Program Family Promise of Warren County, Inc., Interfaith Hospitality Network Freedom House, Inc. Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania Girl Scouts of Northern New Jersey Hackettstown Regional Medical Center Hackettstown Regional Medical Center, Counseling and Addiction Center Hackettstown Regional Medical Center, Prenatal Care/Healthstart Clinic/OB Clinic The Highlands Project, Inc., Community Service Hope House Hope House, Behavioral Health Center Hunterdon County Health Department, HIV Counseling & Testing Hunterdon County YMCA Joseph H. Firth Youth Center Karen Ann Quinlan Hospice and Home Health Care Legal Services of Northwest Jersey - Warren County Division Medicaid Money Management International New Jersey Department of Community Affairs New Jersey Department of Labor, One-Stop Career Center New Jersey Department of Military and Veteran's Affairs New Jersey Division of Developmental Disabilities New Jersey Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Services New Jersey Division of Youth and Family Services, Warren District Office New Jersey Self-Help Clearinghouse

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New Jersey Youth Corps NORWESCAP, Cancer Education and Early Detection (CEED) NORWESCAP, Child and Family Resource Services NORWESCAP, Early Head Start NORWESCAP, Family Success Center of Phillipsburg NORWESCAP, Head Start/Early Head Start NORWESCAP, Homelessness Prevention Program NORWESCAP, Housing and Energy Services NORWESCAP, Transitions Center for Women NORWESCAP, WIC Northwest NJ Regional Women's Center Phillipsburg Housing Authority Phillipsburg School-Based Youth Services Program Planned Parenthood of Greater Northern New Jersey Project Self-Sufficiency Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Warren County Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Warren County, 4-H Youth Development Skylands RSVP & Volunteer Resource Center Social Security Administration St. Clare's Hospital, Children's Crisis Intervention Service St. Clare's Hospital, Inpatient Detoxification St. Clare's Hospital, Inpatient Rehabilitation St. Clare's Hospital, Intensive Outpatient Services St. Clare's Hospital, Outpatient Services Sunrise House Foundation, Inc. Third Street Alliance for Women & Children Touchstone Hall, Vantage Health System Visiting Homemaker Service of Warren County, Inc. Visiting Homemaker Service of Warren County, Inc., Meals at Home Program (MAHP) Warren County Community College Warren County Community College, Continuing Education Warren County Department of Human Services, Division of Administration Warren County Department of Human Services, Division of Aging and Disability Services Warren County Department of Human Services, Division of Temporary Assistance & Social Svcs. (TASS) Warren County Family Division Warren County Probation Division Warren County Prosecutor's Office, Office of Victim Witness Advocacy Warren County Public Health Nursing

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Warren County Public Health Nursing, Special Child Health Services Warren County Public Health Nursing, Well Baby Clinic Warren County Rent Assistance Program Warren County Transportation, Easton Coach Company Warren Hills Family Health Center Warren Medical Services, d/b/a Stateline Medical Warren Hospital, Behavioral Health Services Warren Hospital, Cancer Education & Early Detection Weller Center for Health Education West Morris Area YMCA YMCA Camp Bernie YMCA Camp Ralph S. Mason, Inc. YMCA of Easton, Phillipsburg & Vicinity Zufall Health Center, Highlands Health Van

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ABILITIES OF NORTHWEST JERSEY

ADDRESS:

264 Rt. 31 North PO Box 251 Washington, NJ 07882 (908) 689-1118 (908) 689-6363 [email protected] www.abilitiesnw.com Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Call for information

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Community Rehabilitation Program (CPR) which provides vocational rehabilitation services to persons who are physically, emotionally and/or developmentally disabled. Pre-vocational evaluation, work adjustment training, center-based employment, supported employment and job placement services. Transportation is provided. Population served has been expanded to include welfare recipients and transitioning (school-to-work) high school students. Other center-based services include adult day training services for eligible developmentally disabled adults. Included in this are programs serving medically frail and behaviorally-involved consumers. Program services are person-centered, consumer driven. CARF accredited.

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ADVANCING OPPORTUNITIES/CEREBRAL PALSY OF NEW JERSEY SUPPORTIVE LIVING, RESIDENTIAL, PASP, RESPITE

ADDRESS:

98 US Highway Route 46, Suite 2 Budd Lake, NJ 07828 (973) 426-1522 (609) 882-4182 (973) 426-1599 www.advopps.org Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Evenings by appointment None, but donations are welcome

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Cerebral Palsy of NJ, Inc. has changed its name to Advancing Opportunities, as the agency works with all disabilities. Services provided include: respite, personal assistants, supportive living, real life choices, residential living, and parent's night out. Assistance with assistive technology and consumer advocacy are also available.

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AL-ANON/ALATEEN NORTH JERSEY INFORMATION SERVICES, INC.

ADDRESS:

73 South Fullerton Avenue, 2nd Floor Montclair, NJ 07042-2627 (973) 744-8686 None [email protected] www.northjerseyal-anon.org Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. None

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES To help the family of the alcoholic or anyone living with an alcoholic. Local Meetings. Fellowship of families and friends of alcoholics. Following the 12-step program. Offers comfort, hope and friendship through shared experience. Includes groups for children and adult children.

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ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS INTERGROUP

ADDRESS:

2400 Morris Avenue, Suite 106 Union, NJ 07083-5706 (800) 245-1377 (908) 687-8566 (973) 824-0555 (Spanish Line) (908) 964-8146 [email protected] [email protected] www.nnjaa.org Office: 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. 24-Hour Hotline Self-supporting via contributions

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other to solve their common problem and to help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is the desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for AA membership; they are self-supporting through their own contributions. AA is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization or institution; does not wish to engage in any controversy, neither endorses nor opposes any causes. The primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety.

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ALTERNATIVES, INC.

ADDRESS:

600 First Ave. (Main Office) Raritan, NJ 08869 405 Thomas St. (Regional Office) Phillipsburg, NJ 08865

PHONE:

(908) 685-1444 (Main Office) (908) 454-9806 (Regional Office) (908) 685-2660 (Main Office) (908) 454-7744 (Regional Office) [email protected] www.alternativesinc.org Fees for housing programs - 30% of income

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Alternatives, Inc. provides housing, support services and case management to individuals with developmental disabilities, mental illness, individuals and families who are homeless and at-risk youth. Services include daily living skill training, employment, recreation, transportation, etc. The agency provides a wide range of housing options including housing that is supervised 24/7, as well as independent and supportive housing. To provide comprehensive support services to individuals with special needs to enable them to reach their highest level of independence and integration in the community. Alternatives' philosophy is based on a person-centered approach. This means developing a program around the specific needs of an individual rather than offering a generic group of services to a large number of people.

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AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY NORTHWEST NEW JERSEY REGION

ADDRESS:

Northwest NJ Region - Cedar Knolls 7 Ridgedale Ave, Suite 103 Cedar Knolls, NJ 07927 (973) 285-8010 (800) ACS-2345 (973) 285-8037 (Asian Initiatives) (888) 227-5500 (Cars for a Cure®) (973) 285-8140 (973) 285-8155 (Asian Initiatives) www.cancer.org Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. None

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES National 24-hour (800) number provides the general public with consistent, accurate and up-to-date information on cancer related topics and the American Cancer Society, services, program and events. Donate your used car or truck for a tax-deductible donation. Call local number for information and guidance, financial support, support group, videos, pamphlets, and information on special events.

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AMERICAN DIABETES ASSOCIATION OF NEW JERSEY

ADDRESS:

American Diabetes Association CenterPointe II, Suite 103 1160 Route 22 East Bridgewater, NJ, 08807 (732) 469-7979 (800) 342-2383 (908) 722-4887 www.diabetes.org Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. None

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES A volunteer based organization providing fundraising events and programs to promote public awareness, advocacy, professional and patient education, diabetes research and general information. A variety of materials and publications are available through both the local and national offices. Please note that local offices are limited to 20 pieces of any material in stock. Larger quantities should be requested from the national office at: (800) 676-4065.

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AMERICAN RED CROSS OF NORTHWEST NJ WARREN OFFICE

ADDRESS:

115 Greenwich Street Belvidere, NJ 07823 or 29 Elm St. Morristown, NJ 07960 (908) 475-2770 (973) 538-2160 x202 (877) 332-7677 (187-REDCROSS) - Car Donation (866) 538-2160 (908) 475-1506 [email protected] www.northwestnjredcross.org Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Program specific

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Disaster preparedness and relief, services to active military personnel and their families; varied community volunteer programs for adult and youth; first aid, water safety, and CPR courses, HIV/AIDS prevention and education programs; blood donor recruitment and blood drives. Donate your car, truck, van, cycle, RV or boat - tax deductible.

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THE ARC WARREN COUNTY CHAPTER, INC. 319 W. Washington Avenue, 3rd Floor PO Box 389 Washington, NJ 07882 (908) 689-7525 (908) 689-4898 [email protected] www.arcwarren.org Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Call for information

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES To promote the general welfare of people who have intellectual and developmental disabilities, enabling them to have a good life and to assist families to address the challenges associated with the care of their family members with such disabilities. This agency provides community living arrangements, early intervention services, case management, family support services, information and referral, self-advocacy, parent education and support, therapeutic and generic recreational activities, weekend respite programs and a summer camp program, offering both day and residential camp.

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THE ARC PROJECT FIRST STEP INFANT DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM 319 W. Washington Avenue, 2nd Floor PO Box 389 Washington, NJ 07882 (908) 689-4542 (908) 689-4898 [email protected] www.arcwarren.org Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. None

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Non-profit, family focused, early intervention program serving infants and toddlers with developmental delay in one or more areas: motor, social, self-help, language, cognitive, sensory, feeding or medical problems affecting development. Home-based training program for parents, occupational therapy, physical therapy, speech and language therapy, special education, parent education, social work services and nursing consultation.

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BIG BROTHERS/BIG SISTERS OF HUNTERDON, SOMERSET & WARREN COUNTIES

ADDRESS:

2 West Washington Avenue, Suite 210-212 PO Box 123 Washington, NJ 07882 (908) 689-0436 (908) 689-6843 [email protected] www.bbbshsw.org Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. By appointment after-hours None

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Community-Based Program ­ Matches children from single parent families, as well as children being raised by grandparents or other family members to professionally screened adult volunteers. The volunteers serve as friends and role models, helping children gain greater self-confidence. Volunteers are matched one-to-one with these children, based on interests and location. The volunteers and children do simple things together such as playing catch or baking cookies becoming friends. Volunteer screening includes an interview, a reference check, training, and a home visit. The child intake includes a parent and child interview and a school inquiry. The case management staff supports and supervises matches. School-Based Program ­ Matches elementary school students to professionally volunteers. The volunteers serve as friends and role models, helping the students gain greater self­confidence. Volunteers are matched one-to-one with children, based on interests and schedules. The volunteer and child meet weekly for one hour while school was in session. All meetings are held at the child's school. Activities include playing board games, using school facilities, including the library and gym - becoming friends. Volunteer screening includes an interview, a reference check, and training. The child intake includes parent permission, a teacher referral, and a student interview. The case management staff supports and supervises matches. School-based mentoring programs are currently established in the Belvidere, Great Meadows, Hackettstown, Phillipsburg, Washington Twp., and White Twp. schools.

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BIG BROTHERS/BIG SISTERS OF HUNTERDON, SOMERSET & WARREN COUNTIES (continued)

High School Bigs Program - Matches elementary and middle school students to professionally screened high school students. Potential Bigs are carefully screened to ensure their ability to commit to the program. The volunteers serve as friends and role models, helping children gain greater self-confidence. Volunteers are matched one-to-one with children, based on interests and schedules. The volunteer and child meet weekly for one hour while school is in session. The matches meet during a supervised after-school program. Activities include playing board games, using school facilities, including the library and gym - becoming friends. Volunteer screening includes an interview, a reference check, and training. The child intake includes parent permission, a teacher referral, and a student interview. The case management staff supports and supervises matches. The High School Bigs programs are currently established in the Phillipsburg School District, Warren Hills School District, Firth Youth Center, and Washington Borough School District.

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BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA CENTRAL NJ COUNCIL

ADDRESS:

Central New Jersey Council 2245 US Highway 130 Suite 106 Dayton, NJ 08810 (609) 419-1600 (609) 465-4500 www.cnjcscouting.org Monday - Wednesday, Friday - 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Saturday 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. (September-June; closed July & August) Call above number for information

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Provides an organized program of character development, citizenship training and physical and mental fitness for youth members in locally sponsored units with adult leaders. Council: Organization of scouting units, leadership recruitment, training and counseling, camping, career education in schools, clearinghouse for materials, store. Local Units: Tiger, Cub and Boy Scouts, recreation (camping and outing); information, education and physical fitness programs.

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BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA MINSI TRAILS COUNCIL

ADDRESS:

P.O. Box 20624 Lehigh Valley, PA 18002-0624 (610) 264-8551 (610) 266-7770 (Scout Shop Store) (610) 264-2599 www.minsitrails.com Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Call for information

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Provides programs for males, first grade to 21 years of age and females from 14-21 years of age in outdoor experience, skills training and career awareness for high school age students. Offers character development, citizenship training and leadership skills developed through information programs and experiences. Drug abuse information and prevention programs and child abuse information and prevention programs for members and non-members.

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BRIDGEWAY REHABILITATION SERVICES PROGRAM FOR ASSERTIVE COMMUNITY TREATMENT (PACT)

ADDRESS:

Star Plaza, Suite 11 Washington, NJ 07882 (908) 835-8660 (908) 835-8650 www.bridgewayrehab.com Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. On-call for emergencies 24/7 None

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Bridgeway provides psychiatric rehabilitation services to adults who have serious mental illness to help them live as independently as possible in the community. Bridgeway is on the cutting edge of improving service interventions and expanding resources that have helped individuals receiving mental health services and their journey toward recovery.

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CARE NET PREGNANCY RESOURCES OF WARREN COUNTY (CNPR)

ADDRESS:

202 Church Street (Mailing Address) Hackettstown, NJ 07840 326 Washington Street Hackettstown, NJ 07840

PHONE:

(908) 684-3099 (800) 652-2273 (908) 684-4101 [email protected] www.options4women.com Monday 3:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Wednesday, Friday 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. None

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES CNPR offers support to women and families who are involved in unplanned pregnancies by providing peer support and consultation on various options. Our services include: pregnancy testing, limited obstetrical ultrasound, accurate abortion information, information on STDs, and referrals for community support services, health care, and housing. CNPR also provides parenting education classes for mothers and fathers. Participants ear maternity/baby clothing and baby supplies. An abortion recovery program is also available at CNPR. All services are free and confidential.

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CATASTROPHIC ILLNESS IN CHILDREN RELIEF FUND

ADDRESS:

New Jersey Department of Human Services P.O. Box 728 Trenton, NJ 08625-0728 (800) 335-FUND (3863) (609) 292-0600 (609) 633-2947 www.njcatastrophicfund.org Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. None

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES The Catastrophic Illness in Children Relief Fund was established by legislation to provide financial assistance for families whose children have experienced an illness or condition which is not otherwise covered by insurance, state or federal programs, or other sources. The Fund is intended to assist in preventing a family's ability to cope with the responsibilities which accompany a child's significant health problems. Call for eligibility requirements and to apply.

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CATHOLIC CHARITIES ALTERNATIVES

ADDRESS:

700 Sayre Avenue Phillipsburg, NJ 08865 (908) 454-2074 (908) 454-9871 [email protected] www.ccdom.org Monday - Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Friday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. None

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Intensive in-home therapy and case management program working with multi-problem families at risk of out-of-home placement of one or more children. Psychiatric evaluation and medication management for program participants. Program duration is maximum of 6 months. Referrals accepted from parents, schools, DYFS, or other social/behavioral health agencies.

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CATHOLIC CHARITIES ALTERNATIVES FOR YOUTH

ADDRESS:

700 Sayre Avenue Phillipsburg, NJ 08865 (908) 454-2074 (908) 454-9871 [email protected] www.ccdom.org Monday - Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Friday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Medicaid, Sliding Scale, Some third party insurance

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Outpatient therapy and psychiatric services for youth experiencing mental health and behavioral issues.

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CATHOLIC CHARITIES COMPREHENSIVE ASSESSMENT & TREATMENT SERVICES (CATS)

ADDRESS:

700 Sayre Avenue Phillipsburg, NJ 08865 (908) 454-2074 (908) 454-9871 [email protected] www.ccdom.org Monday - Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Friday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. None

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Provide risk assessments, psychological and psychiatric evaluations; out-patient treatment and medication monitoring for DYFS involved families. Risk assessments are available as fee for service with court order.

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CATHOLIC CHARITIES CHILD ASSAULT PREVENTION (CAP)

ADDRESS:

700 Sayre Avenue Phillipsburg, NJ 08865 (908) 454-2074 (908) 454-9871 [email protected] www.ccdom.org Call for information

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Community prevention program which seeks to prevent the physical, verbal and sexual victimization of children by educating preschool through high school-aged children and the adults in their community. Children's workshops, teacher in-service training and parent workshops are conducted by trained CAP facilitators. CAP personnel are also available for speaking regarding child abuse and child abuse prevention for service clubs, churches, PTAs, etc. Children's and staff workshops during school hours. Parent workshops scheduled in afternoon and evening to accommodate parents.

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CATHOLIC CHARITIES CHILD CARE SERVICES DIVISION

ADDRESS:

700 Sayre Avenue Phillipsburg, NJ 08865 (908) 454-2074 (908) 454-8151 (908) 454-9871 www.ccdom.org Weekly and/or monthly fees charged for services. Sliding scale and financial assistance provided to those who qualify.

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Provide child care services to Warren County area families, including before-and-after school programs, summer programs and early learning centers. Full-time, part-time, and drop-in service available for school age programs. School age programs are located in the Phillipsburg School District Early Childhood Center and Hackettstown School District Early Learning Center. The summer program is located in the Hackettstown School District: 8 week program with weekly swimming and field trips.

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CATHOLIC CHARITIES CROSSROADS

ADDRESS:

700 Sayre Avenue Phillipsburg, NJ 08865 (908) 454-2074 (908) 454-9871 [email protected] www.ccdom.org Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. 24 Hour Emergency Telephone Response None

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Crossroads provides independent-living-skills instruction, intensive in-home services, and counseling and case management services to adolescents 16 ­ 21 years, for residents of Warren, Morris, and Sussex Counties. The adolescents served are aging out of substitute care placement and require temporary case management and support services to effectively negotiate living on their own. Services are available for up to 18 months.

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CATHOLIC CHARITIES FAMILIES FIRST (DYFS)

ADDRESS:

700 Sayre Avenue Phillipsburg, NJ 08865 (908) 454-2074 (908) 454-9871 [email protected] www.ccdom.org Services are available 24/7 None

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES The program is designed for families with at least one child at imminent risk of placement. All clients must be referred by the NJ Division of Youth & Family Services (DYFS), schools, other behavioral health or social service agencies. Counseling and therapeutic coaching based on the family preservation model. Services are provided in the client's home and include therapeutic intervention, case management psychiatric services and linkage to community resources.

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CATHOLIC CHARITIES FAMILY PRESERVATION SERVICES

ADDRESS:

700 Sayre Avenue Phillipsburg, NJ 08865 (908) 454-2074 (908) 454-9871 [email protected] www.ccdom.org Monday - Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Friday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. None

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Intensive in-home counseling and case management program for families with children at imminent risk of out-of-home placement due to neglect/abuse, or children being reunited with parents after removal. Services may last up to 8 weeks. Referrals are restricted to the Warren Local Office of the New Jersey Division of Youth and Family Services.

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CATHOLIC CHARITIES INDEPENDENT LIVING

ADDRESS:

472 ­ 474 Thomas Street Phillipsburg, NJ 08865 (908) 454-0414 (908) 859-2467 www.ccdom.org 24-hour supervision Clients pay a portion of rent on percentage basis of income.

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Independent Living Program is a fully supervised independent living situation which allows the client to experience reintegration into the community at an individualized pace. Clients reside in apartments and are responsible for sharing all aspects of maintaining their home. Services include independent life skills instruction; employment procurement, time management; counseling services; information and referral; crisis intervention; case management and coordination and aftercare. The length of stay is 12 ­ 18 months.

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CATHOLIC CHARITIES MOBILE RESPONSE & STABILIZATION SERVICE

ADDRESS:

700 Sayre Ave. Phillipsburg, NJ 08865 or 6 Park Ave. Flemington, NJ 08822 540 Route 22 East Bridgewater, NJ 08807 (908) 454-2074 (Phillipsburg Office) (908) 782-7905 (Flemington Office) (877) 652-7624 (For Referral - PerformCare) (908) 722-1881 (Bridgewater Office) (908) 454-9871 (908) 782-5934 (Flemington Office) [email protected] www.ccdom.org Services available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week No fee.

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Calls are made directly to the Contracted Systems Administrator at (877) 652-7624. Youth ages 518 years old demonstrating severe loss-of-control behaviors at school, home or group home and needing Crisis Intervention Services. Crisis worker dispatched by Contracted Service Administrator will arrive within one hour to home/school, with parent's/guardian's permission.

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CATHOLIC CHARITIES PEDIATRIC COUNSELING SERVICES

ADDRESS:

700 Sayre Avenue Phillipsburg, NJ 08865 (908) 454-2074 (908) 454-9871 [email protected] www.ccdom.org Monday - Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Friday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Medicaid, Sliding Scale, Some third party insurance

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Outpatient counseling and psychiatric services for youth ages 5-18.

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CATHOLIC CHARITIES SOCIAL SERVICE CENTER

ADDRESS:

372 South Main Street Phillipsburg, NJ 08865 387 South Main Street (Thrift Store) Phillipsburg, NJ 08865

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(908) 859-5447 (908) 859-6375 [email protected] www.ccdom.org None

DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES The Social Service Center provides emergency food and clothing to the economically disadvantaged in Warren County. The center also offers information, referral, and advocacy services. Food Pantry Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 10:00 a.m. ­ 3:30 p.m. Thursday 1:30 p.m. ­ 3:15 p.m. Monday ­ Friday 10:00 a.m. ­ 4:00 p.m.

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If possible, please arrive a half-hour before closing, to be processed.

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CATHOLIC CHARITIES SPECIALIZED CHILDREN'S OUTREACH

ADDRESS:

700 Sayre Avenue Phillipsburg, NJ 08865 (908) 454-2074 (908) 454-9871 [email protected] www.ccdom.org Monday - Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Friday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. None

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES In-home therapy and case management program for youth recently discharged or at risk of psychiatric hospitalization. Program direction is 3 months and referrals are accepted from self/family, other behavioral health/social service agencies, and hospitals.

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CATHOLIC CHARITIES ST. BAKHITA HOUSE

ADDRESS:

702 Sayre Avenue Phillipsburg, NJ 08865 (908) 454-0912 (908) 454-3085 www.ccdom.org 24-hour supervision Funded through Medicaid.

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES St. Bakhita House Program is an intensive program designed to provide a safe and supervised living environment to adolescent females who have a history of out-of-home placements, behavioral and emotional issues, and will lack the life experience, education, and social skills to find and maintain employment and housing in the community without intensive support. The program focuses on intensive education to prepare the young adult for living on her own in the community. Services provided include: individual, group, and family therapy, education and training in independent living skills areas (including job readiness, grocery shopping, money management, and personal hygiene), behavior management and psychiatric services, as well as case management. The targeted length of stay is twelve months.

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CATHOLIC CHARITIES SUPERVISED VISITATION PROGRAM

ADDRESS:

700 Sayre Avenue Phillipsburg, NJ 08865 (908) 454-2074 (908) 454-9871 [email protected] www.ccdom.org Monday - Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Friday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. None

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Services are designed to promote positive relationships between parents/grandparents with children who are not in their custody. Depending upon court orders, parents may visit children in the office, or in the community.

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CATHOLIC CHARITIES YOUTH CASE MANAGEMENT

ADDRESS:

700 Sayre Avenue Phillipsburg, NJ 08865 (908) 454-2074 (908) 454-9871 [email protected] www.ccdom.org Monday - Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Friday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. None

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Intensive case management services for youth aged 5-18 involved with the behavioral health system. Self/family referrals can be made by calling the Contracted Systems Administrator at (877) 652-7624. Case management may include contracting for psychotherapy or psychiatric services, advocacy with mental health systems or assisting on residential or group home placement. All services must be authorized by the Contracted Service Administrator.

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CENTER FOR ASSESSMENT AND TREATMENT A NEW JERSEY NON-PROFIT CORP.

ADDRESS:

254b Mountain Avenue Hackettstown, NJ 07840 (908) 852-5858 (908) 852-2838 [email protected] www.assessmentandtreatment.org Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. Saturday 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Sliding Scale, Medicaid/NJ Family Care, most private insurance accepted

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES We provide outpatient counseling services to children, families, and adult individuals. Most of their therapists have specialized training in marriage and family therapy and are of a solution focused on cognitive behavioral orientation. They also provide specialized psychological evaluations. In addition, they work collaboratively with system partners such as DYFS, probation, schools, and Mobile Response, as needed.

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COMMUNITY ACTION COMMITTEE OF THE LEHIGH VALLEY (CACLV) SAFE HARBOR EASTON

ADDRESS:

536 N. Bushkill Drive Easton, PA 18042 (610) 258-5540 (610) 258-8144 [email protected] www.caclv.org Daytime Program - 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Shelter Program - 24 hours/day Varies depending on source of referral

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Daytime Program: free breakfast and lunch; referrals for medical, dental, drug, and alcohol services; HIV testing and counseling; Social Security representative payee program; case management services for homelessness prevention, employment, and housing Shelter Program: provide shelter and meals for up to 26 residents (16 male, 10 female); case management services for individual support plans in order to regain self-sufficiency.

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COMMUNITY PREVENTION RESOURCES OF WARREN COUNTY (CPRWC), INC.

ADDRESS:

20 W. Washington Avenue Washington, NJ 07882 (908) 835-1800 (908) 835-9021 [email protected] www.communitypreventionresources.org Monday - Thursday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Friday 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Donations and minimal charge for some programs.

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES CPRWC provides referrals for alcoholism, tobacco, substance addiction and related issues and behavioral problems. Programs include: BABES, Forest Friends, Life Skills, Keys to InnerVision, Footprints, Positive Parenting and the Strengthening Families Program. Prevention Presentations include: Drug-specific presentations (i.e. alcohol, club drugs, prescription drugs, heroin), signs and symptoms of drug abuse, drug trends, tobacco education, Fatal Vision Goggles, Consequences of Underage Drinking, behavior modification, classroom management, Asset Building and CPS/CADC course work. CPRWC is designated as the County Resource Center and library supplying material on topics such as substance abuse and related issues, health and wellness, and community services. CPRWC participates in three coalitions: Community Action Partnership (CAP), Childhood Drinking Prevention Coalition, and Prevention Task Force (PTF).

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CONTEXTUAL FAMILY SERVICES

ADDRESS:

9 Cardinal Way Flemington, NJ 08822 (908) 237-9193 (908) 237-5195 [email protected] www.contextualfamilyservices.org By appointment None

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Contextual Family Services provides intensive in-home family therapy programming. Therapeutic services are provided in the home, school and community to decrease child/youth conflict and treatment effectiveness. Family must have other agency involvement.

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COVENTRY FAMILY PRACTICE ASSOCIATES

ADDRESS:

755 Memorial Parkway, Suite 300 Phillipsburg, NJ 08865 (908) 454-6303 (908) 454-7096 [email protected] None Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Wednesday Night 6:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Accepts most insurance

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Coventry Family Practice provides care for all ages of individuals and their families. This care includes, but is not limited to pediatrics, obstetrics, adult and geriatrics, well exams and health promotion, as well as sick visits.

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DAWN CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING (CIL)

ADDRESS:

30 Broad Street, Suite 5 Denville, NJ 07834 (973) 625-1940 (888) 383-DAWN (3296) (973) 625-1932 (TDD) (877) 589-2253 (ADRC - Warren County only) (973) 625-1942 [email protected] www.dawncil.org or www.adrcnj.gov Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. N/A

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES DAWN CIL is a non-profit, consumer controlled, non-residential Center for Independent Living. DAWN CIL provides a variety of services to people with disabilities and their families to help them secure an independent lifestyle. Services include information and referral, peer support groups, independent living skills training, advocacy, recreation for adults and youth ages 16 and up. Disability Etiquette Training, transition from school to work.

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DENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATES, P.A.

ADDRESS:

320 South Main Street Phillipsburg, NJ 08865 (908) 454-9800 (908) 454-1351 [email protected] www.njdha.com Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Saturday 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Dependent on dental plan coverage

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Dental Health Associates, P.A. is a fee-for-service group dental practice, accepting a majority of all dental insurances, including Medicaid. DHA offers all phases of dental care, including General Dentistry, Pediatric Dentistry, Periodontics, Orthodontics, and Oral Surgery, as well as Hygienists for routine cleanings.

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DOMESTIC ABUSE AND SEXUAL ASSAULT CRISIS CENTER (DASACC)

ADDRESS:

P. O. Box 88 Washington, NJ 07882 (866) 6BE-SAFE (866-623-7233) Hotline (908) 453-4121 Office (908) 453-4181 Hotline (908) 453-2553 (TTY) (908) 453-3706 www.besafewc.org Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. 24-hour hotline None ­ contributions accepted

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Private, non-profit agency designed to support and empower those affected by domestic violence and sexual assault. Provides 24 hour hotline and emergency services, individual counseling and support groups, temporary emergency shelter, transitional housing, youth programs for children and teens, case management, outreach program, legal advocacy, court and hospital accompaniment, community education, information and referral services, and professional training.

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EASTER SEALS RESIDENTIAL SERVICES

ADDRESS:

2083 Rt. 57 West Washington, NJ 07882 (908) 689-6600 (908) 689-8241 www.nj.easterseals.com Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Call for information

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Program includes 24-hour and semi-supervised mental health consumer residencies, along with two respite beds. Services include training in daily living skills (i.e. budgeting, cooking, etc.), assistance in obtaining entitlements, service coordination, as well as supportive and crisis counseling.

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EASTER SEALS CAMP MERRY HEART

ADDRESS:

21 O'Brien Road Hackettstown, NJ 07840 (908) 852-3896 (908) 852-9263 [email protected] www.nj.easterseals.com Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Call above number for information

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Easter Seals Camp Merry Heart offers an inclusive day camp for children ages 5 ­ 13. Also offers a residential camp for people with disabilities ages 5 - 70 years and a year round travel and respite program for people with disabilities ages 18 years and over.

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FAMILY GUIDANCE CENTER BETTER FUTURE SELF-HELP CENTER

ADDRESS:

21 West Washington Avenue Washington, NJ 07882 (908) 835-1180 (908) 835-1180 [email protected] Monday ­ Friday 3:00 p.m. ­ 9:00 p.m. Saturday and Sunday 1:00 p.m. ­ 5:00 p.m. None

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES The Better Future Self Help Center is a consumer-operated self-help center for adult mental health consumers living in Warren County. The Center offers social, recreational, educational and advocacy activities to its members. There is a focus on Health and Wellness with specialized services and activities offered such as a fitness center, nutritious meals, seminars on health topics, smoking cessation services and exercise classes. Transportation is available.

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FAMILY GUIDANCE CENTER COMMUNITIES AGAINST SUBSTANCE ABUSE (CASA) CONNECTIONS

ADDRESS:

492 Route 57 West Washington, NJ 07882 (908) 689-1000 (908) 689-4529 www.familyguidancecenterofwc.org Monday ­ Friday 8:30 ­ 5:00 p.m. None

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES The Communities Against Substance Abuse (CASA) Prevention Program works with youth and their parents who live in Warren County, local PTA's, school substance abuse counselors, guidance counselors, and municipal alliance groups to identify youth at risk for substance abuse. The parents who participate in the program receive Family Enrichment training, Parent and Youth Communication training, and Alcohol and Drug Issues training. The program provides education to the families and the youth in a comfortable and safe setting, facilitates support groups for youth and for parents, provides education programs to classrooms and communities, and works with local police departments in their prevention efforts. All programs are free and can be held at school, at home or at the CASA office. This program will be open to youth through the age of 21 and their families.

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FAMILY GUIDANCE CENTER GATEWAY PARTIAL CARE PROGRAM

ADDRESS:

492 Route 57 West Washington, NJ 07882 (908) 689-6212 (908) 689-8844 www.familyguidancecenterofwc.org Monday ­ Friday 9:00 a.m. ­ 3:30 p.m. Sliding fee scale

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Provides a structured, vocationally-oriented therapeutic day program that focuses on development of life skills, illness management and health and wellness practices. Services are designed to engage and empower individuals recovering from a serious mental illness to master independent community living skills. Psychiatric assessment and medication management services, as well as individual counseling and case management services are offered.

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FAMILY GUIDANCE CENTER INTENSIVE FAMILY SUPPORT SERVICES

ADDRESS:

492 Route 57 West Washington, NJ 07882 (908) 689-1000 (908) 689-4529 www.familyguidancecenterofwc.org Monday ­ Friday 8:30 ­ 4:30 p.m. Evening and weekend hours also available None

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES The program works with family members of the seriously mentally ill and provides them with a variety of psycho-education and support services designed to help them improve family functioning and coping. Services are delivered both off-site in the community at families' homes, and in the Center's three locations within the County. Services include group and individual psycho-education, family support groups for families, individual consultation, opportunities for families to meet with a psychiatrist, a psychiatric nurse and other professionals to discuss medication and related mental health issues, respite services for ill family members, referral and linkage, and advocacy.

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FAMILY GUIDANCE CENTER OUTPATIENT MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAM

ADDRESS:

492 Route 57 West Washington, NJ 07882 128 Maple Avenue Hackettstown, NJ 07840 370 Memorial Parkway Phillipsburg, NJ 08865

PHONE:

(908) 689-1000 (Washington) (908) 852-0333 (Hackettstown) (908) 454-4470 (Phillipsburg) (908) 689-4529 (Washington) (908) 852-8732 (Hackettstown) (908) 454-5317 (Phillipsburg) www.familyguidancecenterofwc.org Monday ­ Friday 8:30 a.m. ­ 5:00 p.m. Monday ­ Thursday until 8:00 p.m. at various locations Sliding fee scale

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES The program provides individual, group and family counseling to children and adults, many of whom are referrals from state and local psychiatric units, and/or clients who make frequent use of Crisis services. The array of services provided includes psychiatric assessment, medication evaluation and monitoring, psycho-social assessment, counseling for support and symptom management, psycho-education, case coordination and advocacy.

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FAMILY GUIDANCE CENTER PSYCHIATRIC EMERGENCY SERVICES FAMILY CRISIS INTERVENTION UNIT

ADDRESS:

370 Memorial Parkway Phillipsburg, NJ 08865 (908) 454-5141 (Crisis Telephone Hotline) (908) 454-4470 (Office) (908) 454-5317 www.familyguidancecenterofwc.org 24-Hour Crisis Telephone Hotline Sliding fee scale

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES The program operates 24 hours/day with both on-site and mobile capability for those clients in the community experiencing a mental health crisis, many of whom also have a substance abuse problem. The team provides screening services to clients both in the Family Guidance Center office sites and in the community as needed. The team also works with families and systems to stabilize situations, to facilitate voluntary hospitalization and utilization of other communitybased services, to provide psycho-education to families and clients about mental illness and how to cope with an ill family member, and to provide referral and systems advocacy services. The Family Court component works with youth and families to provide immediate services so that family problems (e.g., truancy, runaway behavior) can be worked on in such a manner so as to avoid court involvement.

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FAMILY GUIDANCE CENTER SEXUAL ABUSE TREATMENT PROGRAM

ADDRESS:

492 Route 57 West Washington, NJ 07882 128 Maple Avenue Hackettstown, NJ 07840 370 Memorial Parkway Phillipsburg, NJ 08865

PHONE:

(908) 689-1000 (Washington) (908) 852-0333 (Hackettstown) (908) 454-4470 (Phillipsburg) (908) 689-4529 (Washington) (908) 852-8732 (Hackettstown) (908) 454-5317 (Phillipsburg) www.familyguidancecenterofwc.org Monday ­ Friday 8:30 a.m. ­ 5:00 p.m. Monday ­ Thursday until 8:00 p.m. at various locations Sliding fee scale

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES The program provides specialized counseling for child victims and perpetrators of sexual abuse and their families. Staff coordinates treatment services with DYFS staff and with the county's Multi-Disciplinary Team (MDT) headed by the Prosecutor's Office.

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FAMILY GUIDANCE CENTER SUBSTANCE ABUSE PROGRAM INTENSIVE MICA PROGRAM

ADDRESS:

492 Route 57 West Washington, NJ 07882 128 Maple Avenue Hackettstown, NJ 07840 370 Memorial Parkway Phillipsburg, NJ 08865

PHONE:

(908) 689-1000 (Washington) (908) 852-0333 (Hackettstown) (908) 454-4470 (Phillipsburg) (908) 689-4529 (Washington) (908) 852-8732 (Hackettstown) (908) 454-5317 (Phillipsburg) www.familyguidancecenterofwc.org Monday ­ Friday, 8:30 a.m. ­ 5:00 p.m. Monday ­ Thursday until 8:00 p.m. at various locations Sliding fee scale

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES The program is specifically designed to deal with clients who struggle with both mental illness and substance abuse. Most of the clients in the MICA (mentally ill chemical abuse) program are seriously mentally ill and many are involved with the justice system. Services provided include psycho-social assessment, psychiatric assessment, medication evaluation and monitoring, drug screening, counseling to support a drug-free lifestyle and for relapse prevention, education about substance abuse, case coordination, advocacy and referral to self-help groups in the community (including two Double Trouble and Relapse meetings held at the Better Future Self-Help Center each week). Emphasis is placed on involving families in treatment in order to support clients' efforts to maintain a drug-free life. The program also provides assessment and counseling (individual and group) services to MICA inmates at the county Jail where most inmates are successfully linked with treatment and self-help services upon release.

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FAMILY GUIDANCE CENTER SUPPORTED EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM

ADDRESS:

492 Route 57 West Washington, NJ 07882 (908) 689-6212 (908) 689-8844 www.familyguidancecenterofwc.org Monday ­ Friday 9:00 a.m. ­ 3:30 p.m. Sliding fee scale

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES The program offers a range of vocational services to adults with a history of serious mental illness. Self referrals are accepted as well as referrals from other community agencies. Available services include career exploration career exploration, job skills development, internship placements, situational assessments, integrated employment opportunities and group placement services. Various levels of support are available to program participants, both on and off the job site. The program also provides benefits management and service coordination for the individual.

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FAMILY GUIDANCE CENTER WARREN HILLS SCHOOL BASED YOUTH SERVICES PROGRAM

ADDRESS:

Warren Hills Regional High School 41 Jackson Valley Road Washington, NJ 07882 and Warren Hills Regional Middle School 64-66 Carlton Avenue Washington, NJ 07882 (908) 835-3350 x3617 (908) 689-9640 www.familyguidancecenterofwc.org Monday & Friday 7:15 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 7:15 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. None

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES This program, which was established in 2000 at Warren Hills Regional High School, was expanded to the Middle School in 2004. It provides a comprehensive array of services for students including employment counseling; late night as well as before- and after-school recreation programs; mental health development and intervention; referrals to health and social services; substance abuse prevention; family life education, counseling and services; support services for truancy reduction and dropout prevention; vocational development workshops; and workshops for parents, teachers and staff. Services were expanded In September 2005 under a grant from New Jersey After 3 to include an after school program in the Taylor and Memorial Elementary Schools in Washington Borough. This free program runs each school day from 3 to 6 PM and provides structured programming including recreational activities, homework assistance, and personal growth activities.

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FAMILY PROMISE OF WARREN COUNTY, INC. INTERFAITH HOSPITALITY NETWORK

ADDRESS:

65-A Washington Avenue P.O. Box 267 Oxford, NJ 07863 -0267 (908) 453-2194 (908) 453-2378 [email protected] www.wcfamilypromise.org Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (Office) N/A

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Family Promise of Warren County (FPWC) and the Interfaith Hospitality Network (IHN) addresses the immediate needs of homeless families in our communities. Through the FPWC/IHN we extend compassion, care, and hope to families with a network of host and support congregations, social and business organizations, and individual volunteers. We provide safe, home-like, overnight accommodations, meals, and other support for helping families regain their independence. We also provide essential services and programs for locating and securing housing, employment, and job training as well as helping families rebuild their savings and credit, restore their unity, and renew their hope. The FPWC/IHN achieves this in a way that keeps parents and kids together in their communities and schools while preserving the family's safety, dignity, and well-being.

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FREEDOM HOUSE, INC.

ADDRESS:

PO Box 367 Glen Gardner, NJ 08826 (908) 537-6043 (908) 537-4190 [email protected] www.freedomhousenj.org Residential programs are staffed twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week Administrative Office Hours: 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM Varies by program, please call for more information

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Freedom House: Long-term residential substance abuse treatment in a halfway house setting for adult males. Transitional housing for adult men.

The Family Afterward: Residential services with case management for women in recovery from alcoholism and/or drug addiction and their children with a focus on reunification of families.

Family Services: Delivered to the families, loved ones, and interested parties of our clients in treatment at the halfway house program.

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GIRL SCOUTS OF EASTERN PENNSYLVANIA

ADDRESS:

2633 Moravian Avenue Allentown, PA 18103 (610) 791-2411 (888) 664-9770 (610) 791-4401 [email protected] www.gsep.org Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Call for information.

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES An informal education program based on ethical values and designed to give girls the opportunity to develop their potential with the support and guidance of trained, caring adults. Program opportunities are available to all girls ages 4-17 years or grades K through 12. Programs help girls to develop leadership and life skills, increase self-esteem, give service to others and more, while making new friends and having fun. Camping, field trips and council-sponsored events compliment troop/group activities to provide a comprehensive program designed to meet the special needs of girls.

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GIRL SCOUTS OF NORTHERN NEW JERSEY

ADDRESS:

95 Newark Pompton Turnpike Riverdale, NJ 07457 (973) 248-8200 (973) 248-8050 [email protected] www.girlscoutsnnj.org $10 Annual membership fee

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Girls meet locally in a small group setting led by two or more trained volunteer adults.

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HACKETTSTOWN REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER

ADDRESS:

651 Willow Grove Street Hackettstown, NJ 07840 (908) 852-5100 (908) 850-6800 (Emergency Room) (908) 852-6822 www.hch.org Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Call for information

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Inpatient Services: Medical and Surgical Units, Childbirth Family Center, General Surgical Services, Laparoscopic Surgery, Orthopedic Surgery, Oral Surgery, etc. Outpatient Services: Emergency Medicine Physician in ER, 24 hours a day, Same Day Surgery, Minor Procedures, Diagnostic Testing, Laboratory Testing, Respiratory Therapy, Women's Imaging Center, etc. Joan Knechel Cancer Center and Outpatient Dialysis, Wound Healing Center.

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HACKETTSTOWN REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER COUNSELING & ADDICTION CENTER

ADDRESS:

112 East Ave, Unit 9 Hackettstown, NJ 07840 (908) 850-6810 (908) 850-6864 www.hch.org Monday - Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. Friday 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Counselors on-call 24-hours Call for information

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Outpatient services for all adults and adolescents who have a problem with alcohol or other substance abuse or addiction. Behavioral Health program includes individual and group therapy for anxiety and depression. Detoxification services on an outpatient basis. Fees vary upon service received. All major insurances accepted; sliding fee scale and charity care depending on the outcome of a financial screening. Services begin with a two-hour biopsychosocial evaluation. Clients are triage to individual or group counseling, including adolescent day program with a school component or adult intensive outpatient day or evening program. Family education program and early intervention/prevention programs. All clients have an individualized treatment plan, focusing on short-term treatment. Detoxification on a medical need basis in a ambulatory setting.

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HACKETTSTOWN REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER PRENATAL CARE/HEALTHSTART CLINIC/OB CLINIC

ADDRESS:

653 Willow Grove Street Hackettstown, NJ 07840 (908) 850-6724 (908) 852-5100 (Financial Counselor) (908) 850-6863 www.hch.org Monday, Thursday 7:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. by appointment None

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Prenatal care available for all financial groups. No fee for services if Medicaid eligible, or screened by a financial consultant. Sliding fee scale for clinic and referral to obstetricians for clients with insurance. No-cost pregnancy testing and counseling is also provided.

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THE HIGHLANDS PROJECT, INC. COMMUNITY SERVICE

ADDRESS:

P.O. Box 231 Broadway, NJ 08808 (908) 689-6350 (908) 689-2032 (upon request) [email protected] www.highlandsproject.org Community Service: Saturday 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Museum: First Sunday of the Month 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Bread Lock Park: Open daily, dawn to dusk None

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Bread Lock Park and the Museum at Bread Lock Park are projects developed under an agreement between The Highlands Project and the Warren County Board of Chosen Freeholders. Highlands works with Warren County youth in directed and educational community service projects on Saturday mornings from 8:00 a.m. until noon. The results of these projects can be seen daily at Bread Lock Park and include a full-sized Morris Canal boat replica and a section of restored canal. The museum includes models and displays of Warren County history. The park and museum are located on Route 57, west of New Village at mile marker 4.

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HOPE HOUSE

ADDRESS:

19-21 Belmont Avenue P. O. Box 851 Dover, NJ 07801-0851 (973) 361-5555 (973) 361-5555 x129 (Mobile Van Unit) (800) 213-4967 (973) 361-5290 [email protected] www.hopehousenj.org Monday - Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. Friday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Accepts most insurance plans and sliding fee scale

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Hope House is a non-residential facility, which provides a wide range of social services in a friendly, home-like setting. The agency is located near the center of Dover and is accessible to Morris County residents. The staff is available for professional consultations, presentations and networking. Services available are: substance abuse counseling, counseling, parenting skills, AIDS Center, Fix-It Program, Chore Program, Home Sharing Program and the Hope Connection.

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HOPE HOUSE BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CENTER

ADDRESS:

19-21 Belmont Avenue P. O. Box 851 Dover, NJ 07801-0851 (973) 361-5555 x134 (800) 213-4967 (973) 361-7354 [email protected] www.hopehousenj.org Monday - Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. Friday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Sliding fee scale

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Services include adolescent and adult counseling; individual, family and co-dependent group counseling, substance abuse evaluations; on-site 12-step group meetings; on-site Spanish speaking 12-step AA group meetings. Bilingual Substance Abuse Counseling, Adolescent/Adult Substance Abuse Education Groups, Anger/Conflict Resolution Groups, Women's Anger Management Group - English, Men's Anger Management Group - Spanish. Mental Health Counseling service provided for families, individuals and children with emotional problems.

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HUNTERDON COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT HIV COUNSELING AND TESTING

ADDRESS:

PO Box 2900 (mailing address) Flemington, NJ 08822 1030 Route 31 North Lebanon, NJ 08833 (Clinton Twp.)

PHONE: FAX: EMAIL: WEBSITE: HOURS: FEES:

(908) 806-4893 (908) 806-5503 [email protected] www.co.hunterdon.nj.us/health/publichealth/hiv.htm Flexible - call to schedule an appointment None

DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Free and confidential HIV antibody testing Pre-test and post-test counseling Results in 15 minutes using a Stat-Pak finger stick rapid test HIV/AIDS information referrals to medical and social services Confidential partner referral services A safe, confidential, supportive environment where HIV and other personal information can be exchanged.

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HUNTERDON COUNTY YMCA

ADDRESS:

Deer Path Branch 144 W. Woods Church Road Flemington, NJ 08822 Round Valley Branch 1410 Rt. 22 West, Building B Annandale, NJ 08801

PHONE:

(908) 782-1030 (Deer Path) (908) 236-0055 (Round Valley) (908) 782-0871 (Deer Path) (908) 236-7187 (Round Valley) [email protected] www.hcymca.com Monday - Friday 5:15 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. Saturday 6:30 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. Sunday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Depends on program, confidential financial assistance available

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Human service organization that instills the values of caring, honesty, respect and responsibility in children, families and communities. Offers fitness, swimming, child care, pre-school and after school program, gymnastics, Senior Center, aerobic classes, summer camps, sports and dance classes and teen programs.

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JOSEPH H. FIRTH YOUTH CENTER

ADDRESS:

108 Anderson Street Phillipsburg, NJ 08865 (908) 454-7281 (908) 454-8814 [email protected] None Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. (Office) Monday - Friday After School - 8:00 p.m. (Program Hours) Saturday 10:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. Call for information

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Private, non-profit agency providing recreational and educational activities for Phillipsburg area youth and adults. Arts and crafts, after school program, summer day camp, sports, and drop-in program. Contact Firth Youth Center for program times, specific information and fees.

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KAREN ANN QUINLAN MEMORIAL FOUNDATION KAREN ANN QUINLAN HOSPICE & HOME HEALTH CARE

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99 Sparta Ave. Newton, NJ 07860 (973) 383-0115 (800) 882-1117 (973) 383-6889 www.karenannquinlanhospice.org Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. (Office hours) Monday - Sunday 24-hour on-call availability Works with all insurances. No one turned down due to inability to pay.

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Karen Ann Quinlan Memorial Foundation offers high quality, professional hospice, homecare, and bereavement services to seriously and terminally ill patients and their families.

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LEGAL SERVICES OF NORTHWEST JERSEY WARREN COUNTY DIVISION

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91 Front Street Belvidere, NJ 07823 (908) 475-2010 (866) 201-3672 (T.D.D) (908) 475-1719 [email protected] www.lsnj.org/lsnwj Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. None

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES LSNWJ is a non-profit corporation providing quality legal advice and representation to low-income individuals and vulnerable seniors of Warren County in matters involving basic essential needs in the following areas; consumer, family, housing, public benefits and income maintenance, health care access, personal safety, and autonomy.

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MEDICAID

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10 Park Place, Suite 340 Morristown, NJ 07960 or Division of Medical Assistance and Health Services Quakerbridge Plaza PO Box 712 Trenton, NJ 08625-0712 (973) 631-6440 (800) 356-1561 (908) 475-6219 (Adult Medicaid - Belvidere) (973) 631-6448 None Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. None

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Provides coverage for Health Care Services for recipients determined eligible under County Welfare or Supplemental Security, Income Assistance Programs.

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MONEY MANAGEMENT INTERNATIONAL

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3671 Crescent Court East Whitehall, PA 18052 or Easton Branch 306 Spring Garden Street Easton, PA 18042 (866) 889-9347 (888) 845-5669 (610) 821-8932 www.moneymanagement.org Monday - Thursday 8:30 a.m. - 7:30 p.m. Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Sliding Scale

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Non-profit community service providing professional counseling to financially distressed persons; both in person and by phone; community education in money and credit management. Education, budget counseling, debt management and housing counseling.

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NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY AFFAIRS

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101 South Broad Street PO Box 800 Trenton, NJ 08625-0800 (609) 292-6420 (609) 984-6696 [email protected] www.state.nj.us/dca Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. None

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Program funded by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development providing rent subsidies to tenants in privately owned rental units. Households with a disabled family member are given priority. Three out of four households leased must be below the 30% medium income guidelines. Tenant pays approximate monthly amount of 30% of their monthly income for rent and utilities; difference is paid by HUD directly to property owner.

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NJ DEPARTMENT OF LABOR ONE-STOP CAREER CENTER

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75 Main Street Phillipsburg, NJ 08865 (908) 859-0400 (Employment) (908) 859-3221 (Unemployment) (800) 870-3478 (908) 859-4193 www.wnjpin.com Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Non-profit, state and federal funded program providing assessment, job placement, career counseling, testing, job search assistance and on-the-job training, leading to permanent employment. Employment counseling, older workers employment program.

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NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF MILITARY AND VETERAN'S AFFAIRS

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Dover Armory 479 West Clinton Street Dover, NJ 07801 (908) 689-5840 (908) 689-5845 (908) 689-5879 www.state.nj.us/military Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. None

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Supply information and help to veterans and spouse. Counseling and referral to veterans and/or their survivors informing them of any benefits due to them from the State of New Jersey or the Veteran's Administration.

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NEW JERSEY DIVISION OF DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES

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1-B Laurel Drive Flanders, NJ 07836 or 100 Hamilton Plaza, 7th Floor Paterson, NJ 07505 (973) 927-2600 (Flanders) (973) 977-4004 (Hamilton) (800) 832-9173 (800) 973-7899 TDD (973) 927-2689 www.state.nj.us/humanservices/ddd call for more information

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES The Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD) serves people with developmental disabilities such as mental retardation, cerebral palsy, autism, epilepsy, spina bifida, traumatic brain injuries and certain neurological impairments. The Division coordinates and/or provides a wide variety of services to help people with developmental disabilities live as independently as possible. DDD offers case management, residential services, and various family support services that help both people with developmental disabilities and their families. DDD services also include the provision of day programs, which help the consumer develop vocational skills and learn how to use community resources; supported employment services, which help the consumer develop job skills, such as group interaction, teach the consumer about volunteerism, and offer job coaching to help consumers remain employed. DDD also helps with guardianship procedures and offers opportunities for active senior citizens to care for people with special needs. The Division's program, Real Life Choices, provides services and support to better assist families caring for members with developmental disabilities at home. The Division also provides personal and medical care, training, therapy and supervision to individuals with the most severe disabilities in seven developmental centers statewide.

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NEW JERSEY DIVISION OF VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION SERVICES

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223-A Stiger Street Hackettstown, NJ 07840 (908) 852-4110 (908) 813-9745 http://lwd.dol.state.nj.us/labor/dvrs/DVRIndex.html None

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Consumers are given a vocational rehabilitation evaluation, vocational guidance and counseling, physical restoration, vocational training, rehabilitation technology, work adjustment training, supported employment, on-the-job training, job preparation and job placement.

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NEW JERSEY DIVISION OF YOUTH AND FAMILY SERVICES (DYFS) WARREN DISTRICT OFFICE

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415 E. Washington Ave. Washington, NJ 07882 or NJ Department of Children and Families Division of Youth and Family Services PO Box 717 Trenton, NJ 08625-0717 (908) 689-7000 (800) 531-1229 (toll-free) (800) 331-3937 (Trenton Office) (877) NJABUSE (877-652-2873) 24-Hour hotline to report abuse/neglect (908) 835-1225 www.state.nj.us/dcf/divisions/dyfs Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. None

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES The Division of Youth and Family Services (DYFS) is New Jersey's child protection and child welfare agency within the Department of Children and Families. Its mission is to ensure the safety, permanency and well-being of children and to support families. DYFS is responsible for investigating allegations of child abuse and neglect and, if necessary, arranging for the child's protection and the family's treatment. The Child Abuse Hotline (State Central Registry) receives all reports of child abuse and neglect 24-hours a day, 7-days a week. Reports requiring a field response are forwarded to the DYFS Local Office who investigates. After normal business hours, the hotline is linked with a statewide network of Special Response Units charged with the responsibility of responding to reports. DYFS contracts with many community-based agencies throughout the state to provide services to children and families. Such services include counseling, parenting skills classes, substance abuse treatment, in-home services, foster care and residential placement. If a child has been harmed or is at risk of harm, DYFS may ask the county family court to place the child in foster care. Foster homes are provided by caring individuals who have completed an extensive licensing program. If the family court determines a child cannot be safely returned home from foster care, DYFS will begin adoption planning.

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NEW JERSEY SELF-HELP CLEARINGHOUSE

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375 East McFarlan Street Dover, NJ 07801 (800) 367-6274 (973) 989-1122 (973) 989-1159 [email protected] www.njgroups.org Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. None

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Provides information on over 6,700 mutual aid self-help groups in NJ, over 1,100 national and online groups, and over 100 individuals who are seeking other to help them start needed new groups in NJ. Groups are run by and for people who share a particular problem, disability, illness, addiction, loss or common life situation, e.g., parenting, divorce, etc. Assists anyone interested in developing a new group. Provides training, speakers, literature and listing on the computer for those staring new groups.

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NEW JERSEY YOUTH CORPS

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1 Meyner Road Walters Park Phillipsburg, NJ 08865 (908) 859-2969 (877) 270-7266 (908) 859-3258 [email protected] www.njycphillipsburg.com Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 7:30 p.m. N/A

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES New Jersey Youth Corps is one of the largest youth service and conservation corps in the US. Youth Corps is a year-round, voluntary program which engages young adults (ages 16-25) in full-time community service, training, and educational activities. Guided by staff who serve as mentors and role models, teams of youth called "crews" carry out a wide range of service projects. In return for their efforts to restore and strengthen communities, Corps members receive: education development in basic skills and preparation to obtain a GED; life skills and employability skills instruction; personal and career counseling to build self-esteem, clarify values, and develop leadership skills while they are developing their career portfolio; transition services and continuing support services as they transition to college, training, employment or other national and domestic service opportunities; community service opportunities which develop positive employability skills while addressing unmet community needs. Corps members receive a stipend while enrolled in Youth Corps.

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NORWESCAP CANCER EDUCATION & EARLY DETECTION (CEED)

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350 Marshall Street Phillipsburg, NJ 08865 (908) 387-9888 (908) 387-9882 [email protected] www.norwescap.org Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. None

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES This program provides comprehensive outreach, education and screening services for breast, cervical, colorectal and prostate cancers. The key components to the program are: education, outreach, screening, case management, tracking, follow-up and facilitation into treatment. Individuals targeted for this program are at or below 250% of Federal Poverty level-uninsured. Warren Hospital has previously sponsored this program and will support our future efforts. The success of the program is reliant on strong community partnerships with health care providers and local community organizations.

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NORWESCAP CHILD AND FAMILY RESOURCE SERVICES

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350 Marshall Street Phillipsburg, NJ 08865 (908) 454-1078 (800) 332-9227 (Childcare Hotline) (973) 383-3461 (Sussex) (908) 782-8183 (908) 454-3117 [email protected] www.norwescap.org Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. None

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES An information and referral service for community and corporate childcare resources in Warren County. Services include parent counseling, training, resource development and technical assistance. The program is part of the NJ State and National Corporate Childcare Resource and Referral System. Welfare Reform: Work First New Jersey, to be eligible for this program, families must be currently receiving a welfare grant or have within the past two years. Lead Childcare Food Program, New Jersey Cares for Kids subsidy program. This program is open to low to moderate-income families. Family Childcare Registration, First Book Program Sponsor, Child Health Consultation.

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NORWESCAP EARLY HEAD START

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604 Roseberry Street Phillipsburg, NJ 08865 (908) 213-6873 (973) 300-4091 (Sussex) (908) 989-0440 (Morris) (908) 454-0362 (973) 209-6398 (Sussex) (908) 989-0647 (Morris) [email protected] www.norwescap.org Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. None

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Early Head Start is a home-based program for pregnant women and families with infants and toddlers from birth to three years old. Weekly home visits and regular group socializations are offered. Provides health, child development and social service guidance and support and parenting.

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NORWESCAP FAMILY SUCCESS CENTER OF PHILLIPSBURG

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459 Center Street Phillipsburg, NJ 08865 (908) 213-2679 (908) 213-2821 [email protected]; [email protected] (bilingual) www.norwescap.org Monday, Thursday, Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Tuesday 8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Wednesday 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. None

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Family Success Center - Free services for all families (including individuals); Home and community visits are made, as requested and the Family Partner works with the family to assess the strengths and needs of the family and make a plan to address any issues, e.g. parenting, medical needs, domestic violence, money management, employment, inadequate shelter, food or clothing, substance abuse, inadequate/no medical insurance, lack of phone or transportation, and any dream or goal of the family. A multi-service team approach is used, with many services to be provided onsite, including the core services of information/referrals, advocacy, parent-child activities, parent education, life skills, economic self-sufficiency, home visitation, housing, access to health care, and family success planning. In addition, in-home parenting in English and Spanish is provided through a grant from Tri-County CMO. Healthy Families TANF Incentive for Parents (TIP) - Healthy Families-TIP works to relieve some of the stress of having a new baby and coping with other situations at the same time. A Family Support Worker works with families to help them achieve their goals and provides information on healthy child development and positive parenting techniques. The Home Visitation Program is open to expectant mothers or to parents with infants 0-3 months (0-12 months if the family is receiving TANF benefits). Program provides home visitation with incentives, support, resources and parent activities. Services can be provided up to the child's third birthday and the program can be counted toward state-required hours for work for TANF mothers. Family Outreach Program - Support and training of the Family Workers in the Abbott-contracted preschools in Phillipsburg.

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NORWESCAP HEAD START/EARLY HEAD START PROGRAM

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604 Roseberry Street Phillipsburg, NJ 08865 or 535 Fisher Ave. Phillipsburg, NJ 08865 Washington Head Start 2 Pohatcong Ave. Washington, NJ 07882 (908) 454-8830 (Roseberry St.) (908) 213-3422 (Roseberry St.) (908) 454-5936 (Fisher Ave.) (908) 689-4668 (Washington) (908) 689-4670 (Washington) (908) 454-0362 (Roseberry St.) (908) 454-5954 (Fisher Ave.) (908) 835-0233 (Washington) www.norwescap.org Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. (Office hours) None

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES The Head Start/Early Head Start program provides an early childhood education curriculum that promotes Language Arts, reading Readiness, Math, Social/Emotional, Fine and Gross motor skills and enhancement of the child's overall development growth in a positive, nurturing, and caring environment. Home-based services are also available for pregnant women and children from birth to age 5. The Head Start/Early Head Start serves residents of Phillipsburg and Warren County. Nutritious meals, opportunities for parent involvement, screenings for vision and hearing and height/weight measures twice per year are provided. Parent/teacher conferences keep parents updated on their child's progress. Education/recreational field trips are provided for all preschool classes. Referrals for additional services are provided, as needed.

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NORWESCAP HOMELESSNESS PREVENTION PROGRAM

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350 Marshall Street Phillipsburg, NJ 08865 (908) 454-4850 (877) 661-4357 (908) 454-2968 www.norwescap.org Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. None

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES To be eligible, one must be in imminent danger of homelessness, in possession of a summons or imminent danger of mortgage foreclosure notice for homeowners. Loss of income due to: loss of employment, disability, delay in benefits, court documents, crime. The purpose of the homelessness program is to provide temporary assistance to people with arrears due to reasons beyond their control. Specified and detailed verification will be required.

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NORWESCAP HOUSING & ENERGY SERVICES

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350 Marshall Street Phillipsburg, NJ 08865 (908) 454-4778 (908) 454-7000 x160 (800) 510-3102 (908) 454-3768 www.norwescap.org Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. None

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES The program addresses the dual housing and energy conservation needs of low income and the elderly. Services include repairing broken windows, patching exterior walls, caulking cracks and joints, insulating attic, floors and walls, weather stripping doors and windows, furnace replacement/retrofit, etc. Additional cost effective measures as needed. Client may be done every time they move if they still qualify income-wise, but a residence can only be done one time. Also provided under the Energy Services are the low-income home energy assistance program (LIHEAP). Program also administers the following Housing Program: Sussex Seniors Apartments, ECHO Housing, Robin Hill Apartments, First Time Home Buyers (HOPE 3), Housing Rehabilitation, New Housing Initiatives and Housing Preservation.

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NORWESCAP TRANSITIONS CENTER FOR WOMEN

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108 E. Washington Avenue Route 57 Washington, NJ 07882 (908) 835-2624 (908) 835-8104 [email protected] www.norwescap.org Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. None.

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES NORWESCAP's Career & Life Transitions Center for Women serves displaced homemakers, women who have lost their primary means of financial support after the death or disability of a spouse, or due to a divorce or separation and must return to the workforce. Displaced Homemakers have traditionally been out of the job market for a significant period of time, lack marketable skills and are now faced with supporting both themselves and their family. Services the Transitions Center offers include computer training, career interest inventories, vocational counseling, job search skills, support groups, life skills workshops, and referrals to community resources.

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NORWESCAP WIC PROGRAM

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350 Marshall Street Phillipsburg, NJ 08865 (908) 454-1210 (800) 527-0125 (973) 579-5155 (Sussex) (908) 685-8282 (Somerset) (908) 454-5731 (973) 579-5655 (Sussex) (908) 704-9382 (Somerset) [email protected] www.norwescap.org Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. None

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES The WIC (Women, Infants and Children) Program provides free nutritious foods to pregnant, postpartum and breastfeeding women, infants and children up to age 5 who are determined to be at a "nutritional risk" because of inadequate nutrition and income. Participants receive monthly allotment checks for specific foods such as milk, cheese, eggs, fruit and vegetables, cereal, peanut butter and infant formula which they redeem at local authorized supermarkets. In addition, WIC provides nutrition education and encourages client participation in health care services.

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NORTHWEST NEW JERSEY REGIONAL WOMEN'S CENTER

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Centenary College 400 Jefferson Street Hackettstown, NJ 07840 (908) 852-9365 (908) 852-1400 x2374 (908) 979-4296 www.centenarycollege.edu/womens_center Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. $20 fee per appointment for clinics

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES The Northwest New Jersey Regional Women's Center at Centenary College was established by the NJ State Legislature in 1987 to provide educational and counseling services to women, men and their families in Northwest NJ, which includes Hunterdon, Morris, Sussex and Warren Counties. The Center is a private, non-profit organization. The main location is Centenary College in Hackettstown, NJ with service locations throughout the four-county area. The Women's Center offers Legal, Counseling, Career, Medication Clinic and Financial Clinics. These clinics offer information, advice or a second opinion from a professional volunteer in these fields. There is a $20 pre-registration fee that is a donation to the Center to help defray costs.

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PHILLIPSBURG HOUSING AUTHORITY

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530 Heckman Street Phillipsburg, NJ 08865 (908) 859-0122 (908) 859-1574 [email protected] None Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. None

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Rental units for families and elderly: priority given to 55 years or older, permanent Social Security, or SS Disability; family residents of Phillipsburg and surrounding areas given preference. Rental units for families and elderly who are low-income residents of the Town of Phillipsburg. Waiting list has been reduced. Non-resident elderly are given consideration. Provide Equal Opportunity Housing. Handicapped accessible. Rent is calculated at approximately 30% of income - minimum rent is $50; maximum rent is $640, including utilities.

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PHILLIPSBURG SCHOOL-BASED YOUTH SERVICES PROGRAM

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445 Marshall Street Phillipsburg, NJ 08865 (908) 213-2596 (908) 213-2062 [email protected] None Monday - Friday 7:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Evening hours by appointment None

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Individual and group counseling, health education, assessment and case management. Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Initiative provides education to teens at-risk of pregnancy. "Jobs and More" program provides services to out-of-school youth ages 16-21 with life skills and GED training. REACH Program provides after-school education and recreational activities for middle school students. After-school High School Drop-In Program offers arts and crafts, sports and other activities. Tutoring provided. NJ Family Care enrollment site.

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PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF GREATER NORTHERN NEW JERSEY

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402 Coventry Drive Phillipsburg, NJ 08865 (908) 454-3000 (973) 539-9580 (Morristown) (908) 454-5947 (973) 539-3828 (Morristown) [email protected] www.ppgnnj.org Call for information Call for information

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Comprehensive reproductive health care services. Basic medical services provided at the Phillipsburg center include: complete gynecological exam and medical history; birth control instruction and counseling; testing and treatment for sexually transmitted diseases; pregnancy testing, counseling and referrals; HIV risk assessment and counseling and testing. Colposcopy and cryotherapy (testing and treatment for pre-cancerous cervical conditions, Morristown and Flemington Offices. Patient referral service for medical, surgical, gynecological and social/emotional problems. Family life educators available to conduct classes and workshops in schools or other settings.

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PROJECT SELF-SUFFICIENCY

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127 Mill Street Newton, NJ 07860 (973) 940-3500 (973) 940-3501 [email protected] www.projectselfsufficiency.org Monday - Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. Friday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Saturday 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. None

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Single Parent/Displaced Homemakers Program Family Success Center Young Family Services (YSF) Little Sprouts Early Childhood Education Center Even Start Parents as Partners Family Literacy Program Family Self Sufficiency Housing Program Career Directions and Employability Initiative IOLTA Legal Education Program Community Health Education Project The Parenting Center Fresh Start for Families in Substance Abuse Treatment & Recovery Home Visitation Programs Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Initiative and Girls Unlimited

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RUTGERS COOPERATIVE EXTENSION OF WARREN COUNTY

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165 County Route 519 South Belvidere, NJ 07823-1949 (908) 475-6505 (908) 475-6514 [email protected] http://warren.njaes.rutgers.edu Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. None

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Program to improve the efficiency and management of field crops, dairy, fruit, livestock, vegetables and poultry production. The most current research, cultural techniques, agronomic facts, and marketing skills are used to implement educational meetings, field demonstrations, newsletters and seminars. Homeowners and the agriculture-business community can obtain a wide variety of information and educational literature to help them solve their day-to-day agricultural problems. Agricultural agents work with commodity groups, government agencies and agricultural business to conserve and manage natural resources, promote agriculture and maintain a healthy environment for county residents. Provides information and education services to all people without regard to sex, race, national origin, handicap, disability, color or age.

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RUTGERS COOPERATIVE EXTENSION OF WARREN COUNTY 4-H YOUTH DEVELOPMENT

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165 County Route 519 South Belvidere, NJ 07823-1949 (908) 475-6502 (908) 475-6514 [email protected] www.warren4-H.org Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. None

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES 4-H youth development programs help young people from first grade through one year out of high school develop social and life skills. Educational curriculum is available in a wide variety of areas from Aerospace to Veterinary Science. Volunteer adults are trained to work directly with young people. Many programs are also offered to all youth regardless of their status in the 4-H Club program. These include school enrichment, summer camp and environmental programs. Provides information and education services to all people without regard to sex, race, national origin, or handicap.

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SKYLANDS RSVP & VOLUNTEER RESOURCE CENTER Sponsored by NORWESCAP

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540 Marshall Street (Administrative Office) Phillipsburg, NJ 08865 (888) 387-9830 x201 (Warren) (888) 387-9830 x204 (Hunterdon) (973) 784-4900 (Morris & Sussex) (973) 345-6900 (Passaic) (908) 387-9833 [email protected] [email protected] www.norwescap.org Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. None.

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Skylands RSVP & Volunteer Resource Center fills community needs through recruiting and placing volunteers age 55+, who are pursuing meaningful activity, in a non-profit organizations, public agencies, and proprietary healthcare organizations. SRVRC also provides some information and referral, as well as recruit volunteers for the following programs that are volunteer run. VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance) FREE Health Bones - Exercise program using weights for those who suffer from Osteoporosis or for the prevention of Osteoporosis. Move Today - Exercise program using resistance bands Take Control of Your Health - Self-Management Program on how to manage your chronic condition. Diabetes Self-Management Program - For those who suffer from Type 2 diabetes. Matter of Balance - Teachers older adults how to manage their fears of falling.

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SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION 134 South 4th Street Easton, PA 18042 (800) 772-1213 (610) 258-9033 (610) 258-4843 www.ssa.gov Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. None

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Accepts applications for Social Security Retirement, Survivors and Disability Benefits, Supplemental Security Income and Medicare benefits. Specialists help with problems with benefits, take applications for Social Security cards, speakers will make presentations to groups.

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ST. CLARE'S HOSPITAL CHILDREN'S CRISIS INTERVENTION SERVICE

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130 Powerville Rd. Boonton, NJ 07005 (973) 626-2111 (Evaluation & Referral) (973) 316-1982 (973) 299-7212 None 24/7 Private insurance, Medicaid, Medicare and self-pay

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES This 28-bed unit provides intensive, short-term crisis intervention, evaluation and treatment for children and adolescents requiring inpatient hospitalization. Upon discharge, patients are referred for continued treatment, either outpatient or inpatient. Initial assessment determined by designated emergency services providers and appropriate counties. Involuntary and voluntary clients.

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ST. CLARE'S HOSPITAL INPATIENT DETOXIFICATION

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130 Powerville Road Boonton, NJ 07005 (888) 626-2111 (973) 316-1882 [email protected] www.saintclares.org 24 hours Accept most insurance, availability of grant funding.

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Inpatient Detox: ASAM III.7D Medically Monitored Intensive Inpatient provides a planned regiment of 24 hour medically directed evaluation, care and treatment for substance and mental health related disorders. These patients are at a high risk of withdrawal and require medical management to avoid the potentially hazardous consequences of discontinued use of alcohol and other drugs. Patients at this level of care are assessed to require primary biomedical psychiatric and nursing care (Average length of time in the program 3-5 days).

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ST. CLARE'S HOSPITAL INPATIENT REHABILITATION

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130 Powerville Road Boonton, NJ 07005 (888) 626-2111 (973) 316-1882 [email protected] www.saintclares.org 24 hours Accept most insurance, availability of grant funding.

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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Inpatient Rehab: ASAM III.7 Short Term Residential Treatment (variable length of stay) provides a planned regimen of 24 hour professionally directed evaluation, observation, medical monitoring and addiction treatment in an inpatient setting. The services of Level III.7 are designed to meet the needs of clients who have functional deficits in the area of acute intoxication and withdrawal, biomedical conditions and complications and emotional, behavioral and cognitive complications. Clients may also have had past failed attempts at outpatient or detoxification only services (Average length of time in the program 10-14 days).

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ST. CLARE'S HOSPITAL INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT PROGRAM (IOP)

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130 Powerville Road Boonton, NJ 07005 (888) 626-2111 (973) 316-1882 [email protected] www.saintclares.org 24 hours Accept most insurance, availability of grant funding.

PHONE: FAX: EMAIL: WEBSITE: HOURS: FEES:

DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Intensive Outpatient Program ASAM II.1 The program provides intensive services (3 day a week for 3 hours a day). The essential program elements are assessment, group therapy, psychoeducational groups, treatment planning, individual counseling and urine toxicological screening. Generally, people require more intense treatment initially, followed by progressively less intense treatment.

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ST. CLARE'S HOSPITAL OUTPATIENT PROGRAM

ADDRESS:

130 Powerville Road Boonton, NJ 07005 (888) 626-2111 (973) 316-1882 [email protected] www.saintclares.org 24 hours Accept most insurance, availability of grant funding.

PHONE: FAX: EMAIL: WEBSITE: HOURS: FEES:

DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Outpatient Program ASAM I Care includes individual counseling, Codependency group and Relapse Prevention/Aftercare Group. Clients in this level of care have demonstrated significant positive change in their behavior, including the ability to begin and maintain the newly acquired skills they learned at a higher level of care (ASAMII.1 or III.7).

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SUNRISE HOUSE FOUNDATION, INC.

ADDRESS:

37 Sunset Inn Road P.O. Box 600 Lafayette, NJ 07848 (973) 383-6300 (973) 383-3940 [email protected] www.sunrisehouse.com residential services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week Various public funding, most insurances accepted, call Access Department for details.

PHONE: FAX: EMAIL: WEBSITE: HOURS: FEES:

DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES 1. 2. 3. 4. Adult Residential Substance Abuse Detoxification Services Adult Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Services Intensive Outpatient Services Six Month Program for Mothers & Children

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THIRD STREET ALLIANCE FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN

ADDRESS:

41 North Third Street Easton, PA 18042 (610) 258-6271 (610) 258-2112 [email protected] www.thirdstreetalliance.org Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Call for information

PHONE: FAX: EMAIL: WEBSITE: HOURS: FEES:

DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Third Street Alliance, located in historic downtown Easton, offers a variety of programs and services to all members of the community. Sharing the Caring adult care services provides an enjoyable and therapeutic day program for adults facing the challenges of aging. Alzheimer's Disease, stroke, and dementia affect many older adults, hindering their ability to care for themselves. Sharing the Caring offers a safe place for them to spend their days while their family members continue to work, attend school, and tend to other obligations. The Learning Center is a state licensed, nationally accredited child care center serving children ages 12 months to 12 years. Classrooms are well stocked with developmentally appropriate toys, games, and learning materials. Nutritious meals are prepared daily on site. Children enrolled in the Learning Center also have access to the on-site gymnasium. Wellness & Education programs at Third Street Alliance offer a wide variety of activities for men, women, and children of all ages. Wellness & Education also offers instruction in Tai Chi, Tae Kwon Do, self-defense, and belly dance. Dog training classes are also available. The Resident Housing program offers shelter to homeless women and children. Through education, encouragement, and training, these women are given the skills they need to stabilize their lives. Self-sufficiency is key, and 24-hour Support Staff is on hand to help them in the learning process.

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TOUCHSTONE HALL VANTAGE HEALTH SYSTEM

ADDRESS:

35 D Piermont Road Rockleigh Borough, NJ 07647 (201) 784-6490 (973) 784-6495 www.vantagenj.org Call for information Call for information

PHONE: FAX: WEBSITE: HOURS: FEES:

DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Vantage Health System provides a comprehensive range of community based mental health, addiction, developmental disabilities, and elder care services to individuals and families. These include children with emotional problems, adolescents with addictions challenges, adults with serious mental illness, and elderly individuals with Alzheimer's disease.

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VISITING HOMEMAKER SERVICE OF WARREN COUNTY, INC.

ADDRESS:

18 Broad Street PO Box 306 Washington, NJ 07882 (908) 689-4140 (908) 689-8908 [email protected] www.visitinghomemakerservice.org Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Call for information

PHONE: FAX: EMAIL: WEBSITE: HOURS: FEES:

DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Programs include Certified Home Health Aides, supervised by Registered Nurses, assisting with activities of daily living, teaching self-sufficiency whenever possible, and performing duties such as personal care, shopping laundry, light housekeeping and meal preparation; New Jersey Statewide Respite Care Program providing respite to primary caregivers; Meals at Home program coordinating delivery of meals by volunteers to elderly/disabled home-bound individuals; and the Volunteer Connection coordinating volunteers to assist the elderly and disabled through programs such as Chore Core, Friendly Visitor, Volunteer Shopper, Volunteer Transportation, Money Manager, and Telephone Reassurance to remain in their homes and in their community and to preserve their highest level of self-sufficiency. VHS is an approved site for the NJ Board of Nursing Certified Home Health Aide Training Program; licensed by the State of NJ, as a Health Care Service Firm and Accredited with "distinction" by the New Jersey Commission on Accreditation for Home Care.

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VISITING HOMEMAKER SERVICE MEALS AT HOME PROGRAM

ADDRESS:

18 Broad Street PO Box 306 Washington, NJ 07882 (908) 689-4140 (908) 689-8908 [email protected] None Suggested donation; $4.00 per meal.

PHONE: FAX: EMAIL: WEBSITE: FEES:

DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Meals at Home Program (MAHP) operates through each of the five Senior Nutrition Project sites located throughout the county. With the exception of Phillipsburg MAHP, the objective of the program is to provide a hot, nutritious, well-balanced, home-delivered, NON-prescription meal to residents of Warren County who are homebound, unable to shop or prepare meals, under a doctor's order, or have no at-home support and are at least 60 years of age or disabled. Division of Senior Services professional staff will assess each applicant to the project for appropriateness and for eligibility for subsidies for the MAHP and for other in-home services. Meals are delivered around the noontime Monday through Friday. Site Locations: Belvidere: St. Mary's Church, 408 Third Street (908-475-5610) Blairstown: First United Methodist Church, 10 Stillwater Rd. (908-362-5229) Hackettstown: Senior Center, 293 Main St. (908-850-5438) Phillipsburg: American Legion, 312 Marshall St. (908-454-9503) Washington: Assembly of God Community Center, 33 Brass Castle Rd. (908-689-0650)

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WARREN COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE (WCCC)

ADDRESS:

475 Route 57 West Washington, NJ 07882 (908) 835-9222 (Main Number) (908) 835-2305 (Student Services - Admissions) (908) 689-7618 (President) (908) 835-2432 (Continuing Education) (908) 835-2330 (Campus Operations) (908) 689-7488 www.warren.edu Call above number for information

PHONE:

FAX: WEBSITE: FEES:

DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Provides quality, low cost, higher education to residents of Warren County. Academic Programs credit, day and evening, Monday through Sunday, 7 days a week: Associate in Arts Degree Programs: Liberal Arts, Business Administration, Communications, Computer Information, Science, Elementary & Secondary Education, English, Fine Arts, Pre-Law, Social Sciences and Creative Writing. Associates in Science Degree Programs: Biology, Chemistry, Criminal Justice, Environmental Studies, and General Science. Associates in Applied Science Degree Programs: Accounting Management, Allied Health, Business Management, Computer Information Services, Early Childhood Education, Graphic & Web Design, Legal Assistant (Paralegal Studies), Nurse Education in cooperation with Passaic County Community College, Small Business Management, and Web Development. Certificate Programs: Business Management, Computer Information Systems, Corrections, Early Childhood Education, Graphic and Web Design, Legal Assistant (Paralegal Studies), Legal Nurse Consultant (RN required), Small Business Management and Web Master. The Center for Career and Personal Development, in partnership with Warren County Technical School, day and evening continuing education non-credit programs, Monday through Saturday. Career Development Non-Credit Programs. Allied Health, Medical and Dental, Business and Computers. Fire Fighting, Hazmat Training, Industrial, Plumbing Apprenticeship, Uniform Construction Codes, On-line training. Personal Development, Senior Citizens 55+, youth and Summer Camp. Non-credit Certificate courses: Administrative and Clinical Medical Assisting, Pharmacology, Phlebotomy, Medical Billing/Coding, Dental Assisting, Dental Radiology, Certified Nurse's Aide, Dietary Manager, Therapeutic Massage, Computerized Accounting, Office Systems Technology. Workforce Development: employee training, grant writing, foster economic development, one stop computer. Small business counseling and services through Skylands Small Business Development Center. Library open to all Warren County residents.

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WARREN COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE CONTINUING EDUCATION

ADDRESS:

475 Route 57 Washington, NJ 07882 (908) 689-7613 (908) 689-8032 [email protected] www.warren.edu 9:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. (Classes) 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (Office) Call for information

PHONE: FAX: EMAIL: WEBSITE: HOURS:

FEES:

DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES The Department of Continuing Education provides career training for many health and business professions. They also offer continuing education for government protective services and public safety. A variety of professional development workshops, Active Adults 55+ classes, personal enrichment and online courses, plus an extensive summer youth program compliment a full service institution of higher learning. They play a significant role in post-secondary education where their commitment is to the adult learner, providing the non-traditional student with opportunities to continue their education through courses and programs.

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WARREN COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES DIVISION OF ADMINISTRATION

ADDRESS:

202 Mansfield Street Belvidere, NJ 07823 (908) 475-6080 (908) 475-6081 (908) 475-6085 [email protected] www.co.warren.nj.us/humanservices/admin.html Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. None

PHONE:

FAX: EMAIL: WEBSITE: HOURS: FEES:

DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES The Division of Administration is responsible for centralizing programmatic, fiscal, personnel and administrative functions for the entire Department. The Division strives to coordinate and enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of the Department's operating structure. This is accomplished by improving internal operations, enhancing service coordination, strengthening administrative processes, and maximizing resources. This Division is charged with awarding contracts for county, state or federal funds to human and social service providers through a competitive bidding process. Each year, over $4 million is allocated to a variety of community-based programs serving the most needy and vulnerable Warren County residents. Examples of programs include substance abuse treatment, education and prevention programs, mental health treatment programs, human service programs, transportation, and youth service programs. Residents of all ages are served. Volunteer advisory boards, councils and committees provide a way for the public to participate in the county's decision making process on important human and social service programs. Advisory group members are comprised of community residents, family members, consumer advocates, public and private organizations. Within the Division of Administration, the following advisory groups are represented: the Warren County Human Services Advisory Council (HSAC), Mental Health Board (MHB), Local Advisory Committee on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse (LACA/DA), Youth Services Coordinating Council (YSCC) and the Transportation Advisory Council (TAC).

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WARREN COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES DIVISION OF AGING & DISABILITY SERVICES

ADDRESS:

165 County Rt. 519 South Belvidere, NJ 07823 (908) 475-6591 (877) 222-3737 (908) 475-6588 [email protected] www.co.warren.nj.us/humanservices/dosshome.html Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Call for information

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FAX: EMAIL: WEBSITE: HOURS: FEES:

DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES The Division of Senior Services plans and coordinates services for older residents of Warren County. The Division administers county, state and federal funds to facilitate a locally coordinated and responsive service system for older adults and physically disabled adults. The Senior Voice newsletter is published quarterly. Many services are provided free to residents age 60 and older, however, some services have a cost share. The Division also administers the Adult Protective Services for Warren County. Care Coordination; information and assistance; assist with PAAD, Lifeline, homestead rebates, Medicare/medical insurance claims, tax counseling, money management, heating/cooling applications and referral and coordination of services. Outreach, presentations and speaking engagements are regularly available. Comprehensive in-home assessments are available to all seniors to determine needs and care options available. The Chore Corps is a program where volunteers from Warren County help homeowners age 60 years + with major repairs and maintenance. The cost of supplies is the responsibility of the homeowners; donations, while not required, are accepted by the Division, not the volunteers. Types of problems addressed are: repair/installation of door locks, install/remove window screens and storms, fix leaky faucets and more. Personal Assistance Services Program (PASP) gives adults with physical disabilities opportunities to work, attend school or vocational training and live independently in the community. Personal assistants help individuals with tasks such as light housekeeping, bathing, dressing, meal preparation, shopping, correspondence, mobility, driving and/or use public transportation.

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WARREN COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES DIVISION OF TEMPORARY ASSISTANCE AND SOCIAL SERVICES (TASS)

ADDRESS:

Court House Annex 501 Second Street Belvidere, NJ 07823 (908) 475-6301 (Main) (877) 661-4357 (Homeless Hotline) (800) 525-8761 (toll-free) (908) 475-6218 (Social Services) (908) 475-6217 (Food Stamps/GA) (908) 475-6324 (TANF) (908) 475-6016 (NJ Family Care) (908) 475-6219 (Adult Medicaid) (908) 475-6307 (Child Support) (908) 475-1533 (Main) (908) 475-6019 (Social Services) (908) 475-6660 (Food Stamps/GA) (908) 475-6357 (TANF) (908) 475-6014 (NJ Family Care) (908) 475-6014 (Adult Medicaid) (908) 475-6357 (Child Support) [email protected] www.co.warren.nj.us/humanservices/tasshome.html Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. None.

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FAX:

EMAIL: WEBSITE: HOURS: FEES:

DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES The Division of Temporary Assistance & Social Services (TASS) administers a variety of assistance programs funded through the New Jersey Department of Human Services, Division of Family Development. Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF/WFNJ - WorkFirst New Jersey), Food Stamp Program, General Assistance (GA), Medicaid, Refugee Resettlement program, Child Support and Paternity and Social Services. Applicants must fully cooperate with child support and several employment initiatives to receive a TANF/WFNJ cash payment.

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WARREN COUNTY FAMILY DIVISION

ADDRESS:

Courthouse PO Box 900 Belvidere, NJ 07823 (908) 475-6167 (908) 475-6175 www.judiciary.state.nj.us Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Call for information

PHONE: FAX: WEBSITE: HOURS: FEES:

DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES The Family Division is responsible for the following filings: Dissolution (matrimonial) Non-Dissolution (child support, custody/visitation) Juvenile Delinquency (complaints taken at local police department) Domestic Violence (intake hours 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Evening, weekend and holiday intake at local police department). Child Placement Review Board and Juvenile Conference Committee.

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WARREN COUNTY PROBATION DIVISION

ADDRESS:

Courthouse 413 Second Street P.O. Box 900 Belvidere, NJ 07823 (908) 475-6920 (908) 475-6948 (Adult Supervision) (908) 475-6935 (Child Support) (908) 475-6945 (Community Service) (908) 475-6951 (Adult Supervision) (908) 475-6933 (Child Support) None Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. N/A

PHONE:

FAX:

WEBSITE: HOURS: FEES:

DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Adult and juvenile supervision for persons placed under the authority of Probation by the Superior or Municipal Courts. Community service management for adults and juveniles ordered to perform community service by Superior or Municipal Courts. Child support enforcement unit to monitor and collect on the orders of the Superior Court for payment of money to the custodial parent of a child or children by the non-custodial parent. Comprehensive enforcement program monitors and collects all delinquent accounts in probation matters (fines, penalties, fees, and restitution).

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WARREN COUNTY PROSECUTOR'S OFFICE OFFICE OF VICTIM WITNESS ADVOCACY

ADDRESS:

Courthouse (Mailing Address) 413 Second Street Belvidere, NJ 07823 107 Mansfield Street (Physical Address) Belvidere, NJ 07823

PHONE: FAX: HOURS: FEES:

(908) 475-6284 (908) 475-6205 Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. None

DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES In 1986, the New Jersey Division of Criminal Justice established the 21 county offices of victimwitness advocacy. The goal of victim-witness advocacy is to provide victims and witnesses with support and services that will help with the aftermath of a crime. Victim-witness advocates respond to a diversity of needs that begin immediately following the crime and continue through the court process. These services include: Crisis intervention and emergency services Transportation Referral to social service agencies Criminal justice orientation Court accompaniment Case status information Childcare Private waiting areas Information about Victims of Crime Compensation Restitution Return of Property There are specialized victim advocates within the prosecutor's office committed to seeing that victims and witnesses are treated with dignity and respect.

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WARREN COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING

ADDRESS:

162 E. Washington Ave. Washington, NJ 07882 (908) 689-6000 (908) 689-8330 www.co.warren.nj.us/healthdept/phn Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Medicaid, Medicare, private insurance, sliding fee scale. Call for information. No one is denied services due to inability to pay.

PHONE: FAX: WEBSITE: HOURS: FEES:

DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Home Health Care Services: skilled nursing, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, postpartum and newborn assessment, medical social work, licensed clinical social work, home health aides, and nutrition counseling. Community health programs offered: Well Baby Immunization Clinic, acute communicable disease control including venereal disease, tuberculosis, flu shots, adult health screening and supervision; community health and safety education; high risk maternal and child health counseling; lead poisoning screening; non-public school health, immunization program for school-age children; sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) counseling. Case management: Special Child Health Service Program; Aids Community Care Alternatives program and HIV Home Care program.

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WARREN COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING SPECIAL CHILD HEALTH SERVICES

ADDRESS:

162 East Washington Avenue Washington, NJ 07882 (908) 689-6000 x258 (908) 835-1172 [email protected] www.co.warren.nj.us/healthdept/phn Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. None

PHONE: FAX: EMAIL: WEBSITE: HOURS: FEES:

DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Assists families as a single entry point into the healthcare system for Warren County families of children with special needs. Provides information and assistance with birth defects, serious medical illness, or one born "at risk" for a development delay. A toddler having difficulty walking, talking, playing and/or understanding. A child diagnosed with a serious or life threatening illness or who has been seriously injured in an accident before age 21.

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WARREN COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING WELL BABY CLINIC

ADDRESS:

162 E. Washington Avenue Washington, NJ 07882 (908) 689-6000 (908) 835-9624 [email protected] www.co.warren.nj.us/healthdept/phn Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Call for information

PHONE: FAX: EMAIL: WEBSITE: HOURS: FEES:

DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Well child services for newborn, infant and preschool children by scheduled appointment. Child receives immunizations, physical examination, screening for height/weight, hemoglobin, blood lead, urinalysis, blood pressure, vision and hearing. Available to uninsured Warren County residents at 3 locations in the county.

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WARREN COUNTY HOUSING AUTHORITY RENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

ADDRESS:

415 B Front Street Belvidere, NJ 07823 (908) 475-3989 (908) 475-8637 None Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. None

PHONE: FAX: WEBSITE: HOURS: FEES:

DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Assists low to moderate-income families in paying their rent.

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WARREN COUNTY TRANSPORTATION EASTON COACH COMPANY

ADDRESS:

204 Cameron Drive Phillipsburg, NJ 08865 (908) 454-4044 (866) 594-4044 (toll-free) (908) 454-1050 www.eastoncoach.com See Description Demand Response donations are accepted Shuttle Services suggested fare: $1.00

PHONE:

FAX: WEBSITE: HOURS: FEES:

DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES DEMAND RESPONSE: Provides a wide range of paratransit and special transportation services to eligible Warren County residents (call Easton Coach for eligibility guidelines). Demand response trips are provided Monday through Friday between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. All services are curb-to-curb; passengers who need door-to door assistance are encouraged to bring an aide with them. Arm assistance is offered by the driver to individuals when entering and exiting the vehicles. ROUTE 57 SHUTTLE SERVICE: The Route 57 Shuttle Service consists of two routes (Phillipsburg/Washington and Hackettstown/Washington routes) that meet at a designated transfer point in Washington Township. The Phillipsburg/Washington Shuttle runs Monday through Friday. The first run starts at 6:00 a.m. and the last run starts at 6:00 p.m. On Saturdays, the first run starts at 9:00 a.m. and the last run starts at 4:00 p.m. The Hackettstown/Washington Shuttle runs Monday through Friday. The first run starts at 8:00 a.m. and the last run starts at 4:30 p.m. Customers may access the bus anywhere along the route by signaling the driver. The driver will pull over where they can safely maneuver the bus. Bus times are approximate and the bus will make pick-ups and drop-offs within two blocks of the desired route, upon prior authorization. Off-route pickups and drop-offs need to be requested by 3:00 p.m. on the day prior to service.

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WARREN HILLS FAMILY HEALTH CENTER

ADDRESS:

315 Rt. 31 South Washington, NJ 07882 (908) 689-0777 (908) 835-3036 www.warren-healthcare.com Monday - Thursday 8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Saturday 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Call for information

PHONE: FAX: WEBSITE: HOURS:

FEES:

DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Primary healthcare needs are available for infants, children, adolescents and adults. Urgent care needs are met for our registered patients. Provides minor surgery, vaccines, lab, and radiology services.

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WARREN MEDICAL SERVICES d/b/a STATELINE MEDICAL

ADDRESS:

590 Marshall Street Phillipsburg, NJ 08865 (908) 387-0003 (908) 387-0005 [email protected] www.statelinemedical.com Monday - Saturday 6:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. (Methadone) Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 11 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. (Day IOP/OP) Monday, Wednesday, Thursday 5:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. (Evening IOP/OP) $85 weekly fee for methadone $220 weekly IOP $93 OP weekly (non-methadone)

PHONE: FAX: EMAIL: WEBSITE: HOURS:

FEES:

DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES IOP/OP services are for individuals who need substance abuse treatment; serving Warren County. Methadone Treatment - For adults with opiate addiction issues. No pain management.

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WARREN HOSPITAL BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES

ADDRESS:

Warren Hospital 185 Roseberry Street Phillipsburg, NJ 08865 (908) 859-6700 (908) 859-6782 (908) 859-6784 (Emergency Department) (908) 859-6821 www.warrenhospital.org 24 hours a day/7 days a week Call for information

PHONE:

FAX: WEBSITE: HOURS: FEES:

DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES We offer a comprehensive behavioral health program for adults age 18 older. Designed to meet the needs of people struggling with all types of behavioral and mental health disorders, anxiety, and psychotic disorders. Psychiatric Emergency Services: Common behavior associated with psychiatric conditions may include agitation; hostility; self-harm; pacing or resting care.

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WARREN HOSPITAL CANCER EDUCATION AND EARLY DETECTION PROGRAM

ADDRESS:

185 Roseberry Street Phillipsburg, NJ 08865 (908) 859-6757 None None Call for information

PHONE: FAX: WEBSITE: FEES:

DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Education and screening for eligible residents of Warren County. Screening includes breast, cervical, colorectal, and prostate cancer.

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WELLER HEALTH EDUCATION CENTER

ADDRESS:

325 Northampton Street Easton, PA 18042 (610) 258-8500 (610) 258-9914 www.wellercenter.org Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Call for information

PHONE: FAX: WEBSITE: HOURS: FEES:

DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES The Weller Center supplements the teaching of health, character education and life science for students in grades Pre-K through 12, by providing 40 outreach and online programs for children in a 39-county area of Pennsylvania and New Jersey. For nearly 30 years, the mission of the Weller Health Education Center has been to measurably improve children's lives by giving students the tools they need to make informed and healthy life choices.

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WEST MORRIS AREA YMCA

ADDRESS:

14 Dover Chester Road Randolph, NJ 07869 (973) 366-1120 (973) 366-4001 [email protected] www.wmaymca.com Monday - Friday 5:30 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. Saturday 7:00 a.m. - 8:30 p.m. Sunday 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Call for information

PHONE: FAX: EMAIL: WEBSITE: HOURS:

FEES:

DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Recreational programs including pool, aerobic classes, track, swimming lessons, gymnasium, day care center, showers and after school programs.

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YMCA CAMP BERNIE

ADDRESS:

327 Turkey Top Road Port Murray, NJ 07865 (908) 832-5315 (908) 832-9078 [email protected] www.campbernieymca.org Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Call for information

PHONE: FAX: EMAIL: WEBSITE: HOURS: FEES:

DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Year round camp facility, 275 scenic and wooded acres. Modern, comfortable cabins and lodges, delicious meals prepared on-site. All programs mission driven, values based and led by caring and highly trained professional staff. Environmental Education for schools on weekdays, retreat & recreation weekends. Co-ed Summer Camp ages 7-17.

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YMCA CAMP RALPH S. MASON, INC.

ADDRESS:

23 Birch Ridge Road Hardwick, NJ 07825 (908) 362-8217 (908) 362-5767 [email protected] www.campmason.org Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Call for information

PHONE: FAX: EMAIL: WEBSITE: HOURS: FEES:

DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Private, non-profit association whose purpose is in accord with the National Constitution YMCA of the USA. Recreation activities, environmental education, residential meeting and camping space for school and youth organizations. Co-ed summer resident camp, North Warren County Day Camp and summer childcare. No geographic limit. Group Camping.

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YMCA OF EASTON, PHILLIPSBURG & VICINITY

ADDRESS:

1225 West Lafayette Street Easton, PA 18042 (610) 258-6158 (610) 258-8903 [email protected] www.familyymca.org Monday - Friday 5:30 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. Saturday, Sunday - hours vary by season Call above number for information

PHONE: FAX: EMAIL: WEBSITE: HOURS:

FEES:

DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES The YMCA is a member organization committed to building healthy spirit, mind & body through a variety of programs such as Summer day and resident camp programs; Fitness center; Swim teams, Volleyball & Racquetball leagues; Pre-school development program; Youth sports; School-age childcare for grades K-8; Nursery School ages 3 & 4; Wellness activities such as aerobics, aqua aerobics and yoga; Active older adults; Community teen nights; CPR & First Aid.

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ZUFALL HEALTH CENTER HIGHLAND HEALTH VAN

ADDRESS:

18 West Blackwell Street Dover, NJ 07801 (973) 328-3344 (973) 328-6817 [email protected] www.zufallhealth.org Call for appointment Based on income DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES

PHONE: FAX: EMAIL: WEBSITE: HOURS: FEES:

Zufall Health Center is the medical and dental home for northwestern New Jersey's underserved. As a fully licensed Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC), they provide high-quality, affordable medical and dental care to residents of Morris, Sussex, Hunterdon, and Warren counties regardless of income or insurance status. Their bilingual staff of board-certified physicians, dentists, and nurse practitioners are committed to a patient-centered philosophy. Responding to the needs of their diverse population, they deliver caring, compassionate medical treatment with sensitivity to the cultures of the communities they serve. Zufall Health Center is dedicated to helping patients, from newborns to seniors achieve and maintain good physical, mental, and dental health. Primary and preventive services include: Treatment of illness and injury Preventive care to promote healthy living Pediatric care for infants and children Women's health Dental prevention and restoration Behavioral health Podiatry Routine lab tests Health education and counseling Clinical pharmacy services Referrals to specialty and diagnostic services

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