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Community Resources

Children’s System of Care
  • Serves children and adolescents with emotional and behavioral health care challenges, with developmental and intellectual disabilities, and with substance use challenges. Services can be community-based, in-home, out-of-home residential, and family. CSOS can also provide an array of substance use treatment services, including detoxification, outpatient, intensive outpatient, partial care, short-term residential, and long-term residential.
Mercer County One-Stop Career Center
  • Job preparation workshops, job search assistance, one-site employer recruitments, occupational training, and much more.
    • 26 Yard Ave. Trenton, NJ
    • Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
    • Orientations every Monday at 1:30 p.m.
    • 609-989-6523
Catholic Charities Family Access Center
  • Free therapy and psychiatric services for people with a barrier to receiving mental health treatment.
    Conveniently located in East Windsor - 569 Abbington Dr.
Jewish Family Services
  • Free counseling in Hightstown.
    • 609-987-8100 x102
Traumatic Loss Coalition for Youth
  • It offers a vetted directory of educational websites and hotlines and phone apps for children and their parents dealing with loss.
Suicide Prevention
  • 2nd Floor Youth Helpline - Helping youth deal with any life challenges.
  • Crisis Text Line - Free, 24/7 text support line for people in crisis.
  • NJ Self Help Clearinghouse - Locate support groups in your area.
  • Mom2Mom -Peer support to mothers of children or adults with special needs.
  • 211 - Database for local and state resources regarding basic needs, health, employment, financial, etc.
  • NJ FamilyCare - Insurance for youth under 18 for low-income families