COVID-19 Information Hub for Families
NJ Parent Link COVID-19 Family Resources
NJ COVID-19: Mental Health Resources for Youth & Young Adults
Coping, Challenges, Crises Intervention & Support
Affordable Care Act information for New Jersey Residents concerning performance enhancing drugs.
NJHELPS: Information for health insurance, child care and food assistance
Hispanic Health Info Line-Línea de Información en Español de el Departamento de Salud en el Condado de Hunterdon- Llame al 908-284-6188
NJ Parent Link. The Early Childhood, Parenting, and Professional Resource Center Official State of NJ Website
Poison Emergency Number
Sports Related Eye Injuries
Stop Bullying. Gov
Stop Medicine Abuse
SuperTracker: Information on making healthy nutrition choices
Voices of Meningitis: Information on the vaccine and why it’s necessary for high school
Project Self Sufficiency: Information/services for low income single parents, teen parents, family stability
Planned Parenthood: Information on reproductive health/ counseling/ STD’s
Open Cupboard Food Pantry: Serves Hunterdon County. Provides food assistance, thrift store and more!
SNAP (NJ Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program)
Hunterdon County Health Department:
NORWESCAP: Services and assistance for displaced homemakers as they return to the work force.
United Way of Hunterdon County: Provides education and services on child care, health, employment, finances, education
New Eyes for the Needy: Provides eye exams and glasses
GenPsych: In Hunterdon County. Programs for eating disorders, teen mental health, crisis intervention
Hunterdon Prevention Resources: provides early intervention, counseling services for substance abuse and addiction, parenting, anger management, tobacco, mental health
Catholic Charities: Provides counseling, shelter services, youth services in Hunterdon County
Allentown Women’s Center: Education and support for STD’s, Pregnancy, transgender support, birth control
New Jersey Coalition Against Sexual Assault: Provides treatment and counseling services
NJ Prevention Network: Information on vaping and tobacco use, how to stop
Hunterdon Behavioral Health: Provides services and counseling for anxiety, depression, addiction, crisis
2nd Floor Youth Helpline: anonymous help finding solutions to problems that youth face at home, at school or at play.
Developmental & Behavioral Health
NJ Parent Link Older Siblings
Education & Youth Activities
NJ Parent Link Child Care & K-12
NJ Parent Link Special Situations
Tri County CMO: serves youth aged 5-21 with mental health, behavioral, developmental disability/intellectual disability or substance use challenges in Hunterdon, Somerset, and Warren Counties.
Princeton House Behavioral Health: inpatient and outpatient care options, Princeton House Behavioral Health offers treatment programs that are customized to meet the needs of children, adolescents, young adults, adults, and older adults, along with specialized programs for men and women
Family Support Organization: When a child has emotional, behavioral or mental health challenges, the family of that child is also affected. Success begins with involving parents and caregivers as full partners in their child’s care. Located in Hunterdon County
Autism Family Services: Advocacy for Individuals & Their Families. Autism Family Services of New Jersey is a state-wide, non-profit charitable agency dedicated to helping improve the quality of life for people affected by autism and their loved ones.
New Jersey Self Help Group Clearinghouse: The mission of the Clearinghouse is to help people find and form all types of self-help support groups in order to provide hope, strength and experience to those in need in order to not feel alone.
SAFE in Hunterdon: Our mission is to cultivate safety, empowerment and healing in an alliance with adults, teens, and children who are affected by domestic and sexual violence.
Daytop NJ: providing exceptional and affordable treatment to adolescents and adults with addiction, substance use and co-occurring mental health disorders
Smart Moves, Smart Choices: tools for elementary, middle and high schools on prescription drug abuse and misuse awareness.
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