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1 WARREN COUNTY HUMAN SERVICES DIRECTORY 2008

2 TABLE OF CONTENTS Abilities of Northwest Jersey 1 Al-Anon/Alateen North Jersey Information Services, Inc. 2 Alcoholics Anonymous Intergroup 3 Alternatives, Inc. 4 American Cancer Society, Northwest NJ Region 5 American Diabetes Association of New Jersey 6 American Red Cross of Morris Area, Warren Unit 7 The ARC, Warren County Chapter, Inc. 8 The ARC, Project First Step Infant Development Program 9 Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Warren County 10 Boy Scouts of America, Central NJ Council 11 Boy Scouts of America, Minsi Trails Council 12 Bridgeway PACT 13 Camp Bernie, Ridgewood YMCA 14 Catastrophic Illness in Children Relief Fund 15 Catholic Charities, Alternatives Program 16 Catholic Charities, Comprehensive Assessment & Treatment Services (CATS) 17 Catholic Charities, Child Assault Prevention (CAP) 18 Catholic Charities, Child Care Services Division 19 Catholic Charities, Crossroads 20 Catholic Charities, Families First 21 Catholic Charities, Independent Living 22 Catholic Charities, Mobile Response & Stabilization Service 23 Catholic Charities, Social Service Center 24 Cerebral Palsy of New Jersey, Consumer Advocacy Program 25 Community Action Committee of the Lehigh Valley 26 Community Prevention Resources of Warren County 27 Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Lehigh Valley 28 Contextual Family Services 29 Coventry Family Practice Associates 30 DAWN Center for Independent Living (CIL) 31 Dental Health Associates of Phillipsburg, NJ 32 Domestic Abuse and Sexual Assault Crisis Center (DASACC) 33 Easter Seals, Residential Services 34 Easter Seals, Camp Merry Heart 35 Family Guidance Center, Better Future Self-Help Center 36 Family Guidance Center, Communities Against Substance Abuse (CASA) Connections 37 Family Guidance Center, Gateway Partial Care Program 38 ii

3 Family Guidance Center, Intensive Family Support Services 39 Family Guidance Center, Outpatient Mental Health Program 40 Family Guidance Center, Psychiatric Emergency Services, Family Crisis Intervention Unit 41 Family Guidance Center, Sexual Abuse Treatment Program 42 Family Guidance Center, Substance Abuse & Intensive MICA Programs 43 Family Guidance Center, Supported Employment Program 44 Family Guidance Center, Warren Hills School Based Youth Services Program 45 Freedom House 46 Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania 47 Girl Scouts of Northern New Jersey 48 Hackettstown Regional Medical Center 49 Hackettstown Regional Medical Center, Counseling and Addiction Center 50 Hackettstown Regional Medical Center, Prenatal Care/Healthstart Clinic/OB Clinic 51 The Highlands Project, Inc., Community Service 52 HIV Counseling & Testing 53 Hope House 54 Hope House, Behavioral Health Center 55 Hunterdon County YMCA 56 Interfaith Hospitality Network, Family Promise of Warren County, Inc. 57 Inverse, Inc. 58 Joseph H. Firth Youth Center 59 Legal Services of Northwest Jersey - Warren County Division 60 Medicaid 61 New Jersey Department of Community Affairs 62 New Jersey Department of Labor, One-Stop Career Center 63 New Jersey Department of Military and Veteran s Affairs 64 New Jersey Division of Developmental Disabilities 65 New Jersey Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Services 66 New Jersey Division of Youth and Family Services, Warren District Office 67 New Jersey Self-Help Clearinghouse 68 New Jersey Youth Corps 69 NORWESCAP, Cancer Education and Early Detection (CEED) 70 NORWESCAP, Child and Family Resource Services 71 NORWESCAP, Early Head Start 72 NORWESCAP, Family Success Center of Phillipsburg 73 NORWESCAP First Call for Help/ NORWESCAP, Head Start 75 NORWESCAP, Homelessness Prevention Program 76 NORWESCAP, Housing and Energy Services 77 iii

4 NORWESCAP, Preschool Children s Center 78 NORWESCAP, RSVP Volunteer Resource Center 79 NORWESCAP, Transitions Center for Women 80 NORWESCAP, WIC 81 Northwest NJ Regional Women s Center 82 Phillipsburg Housing Authority 83 Phillipsburg School-Based Youth Services Program 84 Planned Parenthood of Greater Northern New Jersey 85 Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Warren County 86 Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Warren County, 4-H Youth Development 87 Social Security Administration 88 St. Clare s Hospital, Children s Crisis Intervention Service 89 St. Clare s Hospital, Inpatient Detoxification 90 St. Clare s Hospital, Inpatient Rehabilitation 91 St. Clare s Hospital, Intensive Outpatient Services 92 St. Clare s Hospital, Outpatient Services 93 Sunrise House Foundation, Inc. 94 Third Street Alliance for Women & Children 95 Touchstone Hall, Vantage Health System 96 Visiting Homemakers of Warren County, Inc. 97 Visiting Homemakers of Warren County, Inc., Meals at Home Program (MAHP) 98 Warren Acres, Warren County Juvenile Detention Center 99 Warren County Community College 100 Warren County Community College, Continuing Education 101 Warren County Department of Human Services, Division of Administration 102 Warren County Department of Human Services, Division of Aging and Disability Services 103 Warren County Department of Human Services, Division of Temporary Assistance & Social Svcs. (TASS) 104 Warren County Family Division 105 Warren County Probation Division 106 Warren County Prosecutor s Office, Office of Victim Witness Advocacy 107 Warren County Public Health Nursing 108 Warren County Public Health Nursing, Special Child Health Services 109 Warren County Public Health Nursing, Well Baby Clinic 110 Warren County Rent Assistance Program 111 Warren County Transportation, First Transit, Inc. 112 Warren Hills Family Health Center 113 Warren Hospital, Behavioral Health Services 114 Warren Hospital, Cancer Education & Early Detection 115 Warren Hospital, Counseling & Addiction Services 116 iv

5 Weller Center for Health Education 117 West Morris Area YMCA 118 Women s Health Resources 119 YMCA Camp Ralph S. Mason, Inc. 120 YMCA of Easton, Phillipsburg & Vicinity 121 v

6 ABILITIES OF NORTHWEST JERSEY 264 Rt. 31 North PO Box 251 Washington, NJ PHONE: (908) FAX: (908) Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Call for information Community Rehabilitation Program (CPR) which provides vocational rehabilitation services to persons who are physically, emotionally and/or mentally 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. 1

7 AL-ANON/ALATEEN NORTH JERSEY INFORMATION SERVICES, INC. 73 South Fullerton Avenue, 2nd Floor Montclair, NJ PHONE: (973) (800) FAX: (973) Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. None 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. 2

8 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS INTERGROUP 2400 Morris Avenue Union, NJ PHONE: (800) (908) (973) (908) (Warren County Alcohol & Drug Recovery Center) (973) Spanish Line FAX: (908) Hour Hotline Self-supporting via contributions 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. 3

9 ALTERNATIVES, INC. 600 First Ave. (Main Office) Raritan, NJ Thomas St. (Regional Office) Phillipsburg, NJ PHONE: FAX: (908) (Main Office) (908) (Regional Office) (908) (Main Office) (908) (Regional Office) Fees for housing programs - 30% of income 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. 4

10 AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY NORTHWEST NEW JERSEY REGION 669 Littleton Road Parsippany, NJ PHONE: (973) (973) (800) ACS-2345 (888) (to donate a car) FAX: (973) Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. None 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. 5

11 AMERICAN DIABETES ASSOCIATION OF NEW JERSEY 19 School House Road Somerset, NJ PHONE: (732) (800) FAX: (732) Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. None A volunteer agency which provides programs of public awareness, advocacy, professional and patient education and information. A variety educational materials and publication catalog, available on request; notification of local diabetes meeting/support group activities; fundraising for diabetes research, education, service. 6

12 AMERICAN RED CROSS OF NORTHWEST NJ WARREN OFFICE 115 Greenwich Street Belvidere, NJ or 29 Elm St. Morristown, NJ PHONE: (908) (973) ext. 202 (877) (187-REDCROSS) - Car Donation (866) FAX: Fax: (908) Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Program specific 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. 7

13 THE ARC WARREN COUNTY CHAPTER, INC. PO Box W. Washington Avenue, 3 rd Floor Washington, NJ PHONE: (908) FAX: (908) Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Call for information To promote the general welfare of all developmentally disabled individuals of all ages. Provides recreational activities with transportation, residential, summer camp for disabled/non-disabled children and disabled adults. Camp Warren is a 7 week day camp for ages Recreational activities: dances, bowling, swimming, basketball. Transportation to programs and Special Olympics. Advocacy and referral. Education in prevention and public awareness. In-home family support program. Community living arrangements operated under the Residential Program. Case management, early intervention service, supported employment, information and referral, selfadvocacy, parent education and support. 8

14 THE ARC PROJECT FIRST STEP INFANT DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM PO Box W. Washington Avenue, 2 nd Floor Washington, NJ PHONE: (908) FAX: (908) Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. None 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. 9

15 BIG BROTHERS/BIG SISTERS OF WARREN COUNTY P.O. Box Broad Street Washington, NJ PHONE: (908) FAX: (908) Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. By appointment after-hours None Community-Based Program Matches children between the ages of six and sixteen from primarily single parent families to professionally screened adult volunteers. The volunteers serve as friends and role models, helping children gain greater self-confidence. 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 self confidence. A partnership is developed with a local business. The employees spend one lunch hour per week with a student at school helping with class work, playing a board game and getting to know each other. Volunteer screening includes an interview, a reference check and training. The student intake includes parent permission, a teacher referral and a student interview. The case management staff supports and supervises matches. Currently there are school-based programs in Green Street, Andover-Morris and White Township Schools. 10

16 BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA CENTRAL NJ COUNCIL 4315 Rt. 1 South Monmouth Junction, NJ PHONE: (609) (609) FAX: (609) 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. Call above number for information 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. 11

17 BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA MINSI TRAILS COUNCIL P.O. Box Lehigh Valley, PA PHONE: (610) (610) (Scout Shop Store) FAX: (610) Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Call for information Provides programs for males, first grade to 21 years of age and females from 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. 12

18 BRIDGEWAY PACT Star Plaza, Suite 11 Washington, NJ PHONE: (908) FAX: (908) Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. On-call for emergencies 24/7 None 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. 13

19 CAMP BERNIE RIDGEWOOD YMCA 327 Turkey Top Road Port Murray, NJ PHONE: (908) FAX: (908) Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Call for information Year round residential camp, 248 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

20 CATASTROPHIC ILLNESS IN CHILDREN RELIEF FUND New Jersey Department of Human Services P.O. Box 728 Trenton, NJ PHONE: (800) 335-FUND (3863) (609) FAX: (609) Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. None 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. 15

21 CATHOLIC CHARITIES ALTERNATIVES PROGRAM 700 Sayre Avenue Phillipsburg, NJ PHONE: (908) FAX: (908) Monday - Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. Friday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. None Intensive in-home therapy and case management program working with multi-problem families atrisk of out-of-home placement of one or more children. Psychiatric evaluation and medication management for program participants. Family therapy, intensive outreach and case management services are the cornerstones of change in this program. 16

22 CATHOLIC CHARITIES COMPREHENSIVE ASSESSMENT & TREATMENT SERVICES (CATS) 700 Sayre Avenue Phillipsburg, NJ PHONE: (908) FAX: (908) Monday - Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. Friday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. None. 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. 17

23 CATHOLIC CHARITIES CHILD ASSAULT PREVENTION (CAP) 700 Sayre Avenue Phillipsburg, NJ PHONE: (908) FAX: (908) Call for information 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. 18

24 CATHOLIC CHARITIES CHILD CARE SERVICES DIVISION 700 Sayre Avenue Phillipsburg, NJ PHONE: (908) FAX: (908) (908) Weekly and/or monthly fees charged for services. Sliding scale and financial assistance provided to those who qualify. Provide child care services to Warren County area families including before-and-after school 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 following schools: Phillipsburg School District, Greenwich Township, Hackettstown School District, Early Learning Centers includes: Greenwich Preschool in Stewartsville and Phillipsburg Early Childhood Center in Phillipsburg School. 19

25 CATHOLIC CHARITIES CROSSROADS 700 Sayre Avenue Phillipsburg, NJ PHONE: (908) FAX: (908) Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. 24 Hour Emergency Telephone Response None Crossroads provides independent-living-skills instruction, intensive in-home services, counseling and case management services to adolescents years, in the DYFS Northern Region. 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. 20

26 CATHOLIC CHARITIES FAMILIES FIRST (DYFS) 700 Sayre Avenue Phillipsburg, NJ PHONE: (908) FAX: (908) Services are available 24/7 None 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) or Warren County Department of Human Services. Counseling and therapeutic teaching based on the family preservation model. Services are provided in the client s home and include therapeutic intervention, case management and linkage to community resources. 21

27 CATHOLIC CHARITIES INDEPENDENT LIVING Thomas Street Phillipsburg, NJ PHONE: (908) FAX: (908) hour supervision Clients pay a portion of rent on percentage basis of income. 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 months. 22

28 CATHOLIC CHARITIES MOBILE RESPONSE & STABILIZATION SERVICE 700 Sayre Ave. Phillipsburg, NJ or or 6 Park Ave. Flemington, NJ Route 22 East Bridgewater, NJ PHONE: (908) (908) (Flemington Office) (877) (For Referral - Value Options) (908) (Bridgewater Office) FAX: (908) (908) (Flemington Office) Services available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week No fee. Youth ages 5-18 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. 23

29 CATHOLIC CHARITIES SOCIAL SERVICE CENTER 372 South Main Street Phillipsburg, NJ PHONE: (908) FAX: (908) South Main Street (Thrift Store) Phillipsburg, NJ None 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: Thrift Store 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. If possible, please arrive a half-hour before closing, to be processed. 24

30 CEREBRAL PALSY OF NEW JERSEY CONSUMER ADVOCACY PROGRAM 40 Newburgh Road, Suite 200 Hackettstown, NJ PHONE: (908) (908) (609) FAX: (908) (908) Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Evenings by appointment None, but donations are welcome The program assists individuals with disabilities in advocating on their own behalf. The Consumer Advocacy Program includes individual advocacy services, self-advocacy groups, and statewide and local legislative advocacy and professional outreach services. This program also seeks to raise the awareness and knowledge of the general public about available options to facilitate the independence of people with physical and developmental disabilities. 25

31 COMMUNITY ACTION COMMITTEE OF THE LEHIGH VALLEY (CACLV) SAFE HARBOR EASTON 536 Bushkill Drive Easton, PA PHONE: (610) FAX: (610) Daytime Program - 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Shelter Program - 24 hours/day Varies depending on source of referral 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 26

32 COMMUNITY PREVENTION RESOURCES OF WARREN COUNTY (CPR) 20 W. Washington Avenue Washington, NJ PHONE: (908) FAX: (908) Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Donations and minimal charge for some programs. CPR provides referrals for alcoholism, tobacco, substance addiction and related issues and behavioral problems. Programs include: BABES, Forest Friends, Life Skills, Keys to Intervention, Footprints, Positive Parenting and Strengthening Families Program. Prevention Presentations include: Drug-specific presentations (i.e. 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. CPR 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. CPR participates in two coalitions: Community Action Partnership and Childhood Drinking Prevention Coalition and are the county representative for the Comprehensive Tobacco Control Program and Coordination of the countywide school-based REBEL (anti-tobacco youth campaign). 27

33 CONSUMER CREDIT COUNSELING SERVICE OF LEHIGH VALLEY DIVISION OF MONEY MANAGEMENT INTERNATIONAL 3671 Crescent Court East Whitehall, PA or Easton Branch 306 Spring Garden Street Easton, PA PHONE: (866) FAX: (610) Monday - Thursday 8:30 a.m. - 7:30 p.m. Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Sliding Scale Non-profit community service providing professional counseling to financially distressed persons; both in-house and by phone; community education in money and credit management. Education, budget counseling, debt management and housing counseling. 28

34 CONTEXTUAL FAMILY SERVICES 9 Cardinal Way Flemington, NJ PHONE: (908) FAX: (908) By appointment None 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. 29

35 COVENTRY FAMILY PRACTICE ASSOCIATES 755 Memorial Parkway, Suite 300 Phillipsburg, NJ PHONE: (908) FAX: (908) None Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday, Thursday 6:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Call for information 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. 30

36 DAWN CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING (CIL) 30 Broad Street, Suite 5 Denville, NJ PHONE: (973) (888) 383-DAWN (3296) (973) (TTY) (877) (ADRC) FAX: (973) or Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. N/A 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. 31

37 DENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATES OF PHILLIPSBURG, NJ 320 South Main Street Phillipsburg, NJ PHONE: (908) (908) (973) FAX: (908) Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Dependent on dental plan coverage Dental Health Associates is a fee-for-service dental provider taking almost all dental plans, except Medicaid. They have general Dentists, Pedontists, Periodontists, Orthodontists and Oral Surgeons available. 32

38 DOMESTIC ABUSE AND SEXUAL ASSAULT CRISIS CENTER (D.A.S.A.C.C.) P. O. Box 423 Belvidere, NJ PHONE: (866) 6BE-SAFE ( ) (908) Abuse Hotline (908) Abuse Hotline (908) Office (908) (TTY) FAX: (908) Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. 24-hour hotline None contributions accepted 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. 33

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