Resources

Resources

Below, please find relevant and timely resources in our community and online that can benefit youth & families. You may also contact me for more information or assistance on how to best utilize these resources.

*Under Construction*

Community-Based Resources

  • 180 Turning Lives Around – 1 Bethany Road, Building 3 Suite 42, Hazlet – 732-264-4111

Services: Provides safe house, transitional housing, and hotlines for those experiencing domestic & sexual violence. Also have creative arts therapy program for children called Amanda’s Easel.

  • 211

Services: A free, 24 hour confidential service that assists people in North America locate local services and assistance including housing & utilities, crisis & emergency, disaster, food, health, human trafficking, jobs & support, reentry, and veterans

  • Affordable Housing Alliance – 3535 Route 66, Parkway 100 Building 4, Neptune Township – 732-389-2958

Services: Offer housing & rental help, utility & Sandy assistance, foreclosure & reverse mortgage counseling, and education

  • Catholic Charities – 145 Maple Avenue, Red Bank – 732-747-9660

Services: Individual and family mental health counseling with trauma focus, psychiatric medication management; accepts Medicaid and offers sliding scale fee

  • Coastal Communities Family Success Center – 300 Broadway 2 – 732-571-1670

Services: Offer programs, workshops, information, resources, and referral services to the community

  • Community Affairs & Resource Center (CARF) – 913 Sewall Ave, Asbury Park – 732-774-3282

Services: Assistance and advocacy for domestic violence, free education/classes, health & wellness, homeless prevention, Sandy relief, employment, and more

  • CPC Behavioral Healthcare – 270 Highway #35, Red Bank – 732-842-2000 x4221

Services: Outpatient substance abuse and mental health counseling, intensive substance abuse outpatient groups (3x/week), early intervention groups (6 sessions); accepts Medicaid and offers sliding scale

  • The Community YMCA – Family Services – 166 Main St, Matawan – 732-290-9040

Services: Outpatient substance abuse and mental health services (no longer offers adolescent substance abuse IOP as of 12/2016), early intervention groups; accepts Medicaid & private insurance

  • Crossroads – 730 Newman Springs Road, Lincroft – 732-615-2275

Services: Substance abuse assessments, counseling, relapse prevention, and family support free for Monmouth County residents

  • Extracare Health Services – Rt. 34, Matawan – 732-721-3835

Services: Outpatient substance abuse, individual and family counseling, intensive outpatient treatment (3x/week); believed to only accept private insurance

  • Family Crisis Intervention Unit (FCIU) – 732-542-2444

Services: Free Family Court related services to children ages 10-17 & their families in crisis including interventions, assessments, family counseling & linkages to the community

  • High Focus Centers – 6 Paragon Way, Freehold – 732-303-9900

Services: Outpatient, IOP, & partial care (with school component) for adolescent substance abuse and mental health treatment; accepts private insurance

  • Long Branch Recreation Office 226 Broadway, Long Branch 732-571-6511

Services: Substance abuse evaluations/referrals and instant drug testing by appointment for adolescents & adults; free of charge to Long Branch residents (non-Spanish speaking

  • Mobile Response 10 Industrial Way, Eatontown – 1-877-652-7624

Services: Offers 24/7 emotional, behavioral and stabilization services for children up to 18 at home, in school, or in the community

  • New Hope Foundation – Freehold & Marlboro 732-946-3030

Services: Outpatient and intensive outpatient substance abuse services (3x/week), early intervention groups (4 sessions) in Freehold; inpatient services in Marlboro location; accepts Medicaid and has state funding

  • Ocean Township Human Services – 601 Deal Road, Oakhurst, NJ – 732-531-2600

Services: Outpatient substance abuse and mental health counseling, intensive outpatient substance abuse groups (3x/week MWR 5-7pm), family counseling, early intervention groups, emotional regulation groups on Tuesday nights; accepts Medicaid. Substance abuse services are free to adolescents with state funding. Mental health services are free for Ocean Twp. residents or costs $35/session for outside residents

  • Perform Care – 1-877-652-7624

Services: Operates 24/7 to help children under 21 and their families gain access to supportive services

  • Pollak Clinic – 75 North Bath Avenue, Long Branch – 732-923-5270

Services: Psychiatric medication management & individual mental health and substance abuse counseling; Teen girls group for ages 13-18 runs Thursdays 4:30-6:00pm; accepts Medicaid & private insurance

  • Seek and Find (Bilingual Staff) – Monmouth Rd, Ocean Twp. – 732-923-1627

Services: Individual counseling for mental health and substance abuse concerns; accepts all insurance except Medicaid

  • Stress Care of NJ (Bilingual Staff) – 4122 Route 516, Matawan, NJ 07747 – 732-679-4500

Services: Intensive outpatient & standard outpatient mental health and substance abuse counseling services incorporating individual and family sessions. Accepts ALL insurances including Medicaid (for substance abuse services). Psychiatrist/Nurse Practitioner on staff

Online Resources

  • 211: A free, 24 hour confidential service that assists people in North America locate local services and assistance including housing & utilities, crisis & emergency, disaster, food, health, human trafficking, jobs & support, reentry, and veterans
  • Govenor's Council on Alcoholism & Drug Abuse: Information on public awareness, policies & planning, and local alliances
  • NJ One App: Provides a quick, confidential screening and tool to determine if you & your family qualify for health/social services including food stamps/food assistance (SNAP), cash assistance (WFNJ/TANF or WFNJ/GA), and health insurance (NJ FamilyCare/Medicaid)
  • NJ Parent Link: Provides free positive parenting tips, family support services, health and wellness tools, & assistance for career and family transitions

Updated: August 2017