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1 Resources for Southern New Jersey

2 This Resource Book was created by Rutgers University School of Social Work Graduate Students: Alicia Ott and Ashley Neilson Acknowledgements Special thanks to Kristin Tallant for contributing resource information for this book. Special thanks to Amy Collins for giving us leadership, guidance, and direction to help create this book.

3 Table of Contents I. Emergency Numbers. 1 II. Hotlines.. 2 III. Addictions. 5 IV. Child Care. 8 V. Disability Related Services. 11 VI. Education Services VII. Food, Clothing, Furniture Assistance 16 VIII. Housing Assistance and Shelters.. 20 IX. Medical/ Dental/ Vision/Insurance Services. 25 X. Mental Health and Counseling. 35 XI. Parenting/Pregnancy/ Sexual Health Services. 44 XII. Referral/ Resource Services. 50 XIII. Senior Citizens Services.. 51 XIV. Summer Camps 63 XV. Support Groups.. 64 XVI. Transportation. 66 XVII. Utility Assistance XVIII. Veterans Resources.. 70 XIX. Vocational Training.. 73 XX. Youth Services. 75

4 Emergency Numbers Police and Fire Department: 911 Animal Control: Cherry Hill: (856) ; Voorhees: (856) Camden County Homeless Services: 211 Gas Leak: 800-GAS-LEAK ( ); 24 Hour Hotline NJ State Police: Poison Control: 800-POISON-1 ( ) For information about State Activities in New Jersey during an emergency, call

5 Hotlines Addictions Hotline of NJ Adoption Information ADOPT (2-3678) Camden County Homeless Services or 211 Camden County Women s Center (24 Hours) Catastrophic Illness in Children Relief Fund FUND (3863) CBVI Hotline (Commission for the Blind & Visually Impaired) Child Abuse/Neglect Hotline NJ ABUSE ( ) Child Behavioral Health Services Child Care Hotline Child Support Hotline NJ KIDS1 ( ) Division of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (DDHH) (V/TTY) Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD) Division of Disability Services (DDS) / TTY Division of Family Development (DFD) Division of Mental Health Services (DMHS) Division of Child Protection and Permanency Domestic Violence Family Help Line (for stressed parents) THE KIDS (voice callers use NJ Relay) Food Stamps For Deaf & Hard of Hearing to access any hotline ADOPT (2-3678) Foster Care Information NJ FOSTER ( ) 2

6 Gambling Addiction GAMBLER ( ) Good Neighbors Community Living for People with Disabilities DHS-LINE ( ) Kinship Navigator Program (raising relatives children) Low Income Home Energy Assistance (LIHEAP) Medicaid Fraud and Abuse Hotline / Medicaid Medical Assistance NJ Disaster Mental Health Helpline HELP (4357) (TTY) Voice callers use NJ Relay NJ EASE (Area Agencies on Aging) NJ FamilyCare Health Insurance (Medicaid Managed Care) NJ Housing Resource Center (HRC for accessible, affordable housing) NJ SHARE- provides relief to people not eligible for assistance NJSHARE ( ) Office of the Long Term Care Ombudsman PAAD (Pharmaceutical Assistance to the Aged & Disabled) PMD (Postpartum Mood Disorders) Hotline Project Phoenix (9-11 Disaster Mental Health Assistance) HELP (4357) (TTY) Voice callers use NJ Relay Safe Haven for Infants Safe Horizons HOPE(4613) Second Floor Youth Helpline SERV Sexual Violence Services: 3

7 Camden & Gloucester Co Cumberland Co Support for Working Families (Transitional Supports Hotline) Teen Pregnancy Hotline THE KIDS ( ) Veterans Counseling Hotline VETS-NJ4 Women Against Abuse Safe Haven Hotline Work First NJ (Welfare for Families and Individuals Women s Freedom Center (24 Hour) Family Health Line provides statewide referrals to family health services including WIC (Women, Infants, Children), family planning, Healthstart Maternity and Healthstart Pediatrics, FAS and Prenatal Addiction services, Rape Crisis, nutrition programs, SAILS, Cystic Fibrosis prescriptions, pediatric case management, immunizations, child health conferences, and cancer screening programs. First Call For Help provides homeless intervention and case management, emergency shelter placements, and emergency food assistance to Gloucester County Residents. Victim of Sexual or Domestic Violence, contact 24/7 crisis hotlines: NJ State Certified Sexual Violence and Domestic Violence Response Advocates can be reached through the 24/7 toll-free SERV hotlines: Women s Referral Central provides statewide information and referral for women. Referrals are based on issues of concern to women in NJ including, but not limited to, abuse, legal or medical issues, and homelessness. 4

8 Addictions Adolescent Substance Abuse Treatment Program Center for Family Services Location: 584 Benson Street, Camden, NJ Phone: x111 Services: 12 week outpatient substance abuse treatment program for youth. Open referral. Eligibility: Camden and Gloucester county youth abusing drugs or alcohol. Amity House Inc. Location: 211 Garden Street Mt. Holly, NJ Phone: Services: This is a halfway house that offers shelter, food, counseling, life skills, social services, and medical services. The average stay is 2-6 months. Pregnant women accepted. Child Protection Substance Abuse Initiative (CPSAI) Center for Family Services Location: 584 & 560 Benson Street Camden, NJ Phone: x120 Services: Substance abuse treatment for parents and caregivers. They offer transportation and case management. DCPP referral. Eligibility: Parents abusing drugs or alcohol from Atlantic, Burlington, Cape May, Camden, Salem, Cumberland, and Gloucester County. Family First Center for Family Services Location: 594 Benson Street Camden, NJ (Lynn s House) Phone: x116 Services: Outpatient program that offers counseling, parenting groups, case management, and child care. Eligibility: Women with substance abuse addiction with children living in Camden or Gloucester County. Genesis Counseling Center Location: 566 Haddon Avenue Collingswood NJ Phone: Services: Outpatient and Inpatient services. Program offers individual counseling, group counseling, family counseling and marriage counseling. They also offer the sunrise program which is counseling services for students in Collingswood schools. Payment method: self-pay, private insurance, military insurance, and sliding scale. Hampton Hospital Location: P.O. Box Beverly-Rancocas Road Rancocas, NJ Phone: Services: Psychiatric hospitalization for adults and adolescents; dual-diagnosis unit; individual, family, and group counseling; referral service; self-help and support groups. Hispanic Family Center of Southern NJ Location: 35 Church Street Camden, NJ 5

9 Phone: Services: Outpatient and counseling programs. Kennedy MICA Program Location: Cooper Landing Road & Chapel Avenue Cherry Hill, NJ Phone: Services: Group therapy for adolescent population (ages 13-18) substance abusers is held twice a week in Cherry Hill, three times a week in Washington Township; emergency crisis center; adolescent psychiatric outpatient and inpatient facility; adult psychiatric unit; adult detox and inpatient and outpatient drug/alcohol rehabilitation center; MICA club for mentally ill, chemically addicted; outpatient detoxification; day treatment; intensive outpatient. La Esperanza Outpatient Treatment Program Location: 2700 Westfield Avenue Camden, NJ Phone: Services: La Esperanza is an outpatient drug treatment program for individuals with substance abuse problems, including an innovative program specifically for women. Individual and group counseling is enhanced by family sessions, case management and collaboration with collateral contacts as appropriate. Additional support and assistance are provided to job seeking clients. Services are provided in both English and Spanish. Maryville, Inc. Location: 156 Broadway Westville, NJ Phone: Services: This program offers residential inpatient programs, outpatient programs, detox programs, and urine drug screens. They take private health insurance and self-pay. Eligibility: Residential 18+ Outpatient 13+. MICA Club UMDNJ Location: 498 Marlboro Avenue Cherry Hill, NJ Phone: Services: Inpatient/Outpatient services for substance abuse addictions. My Father s House Location: 104 N. King St. Gloucester City, NJ Phone: Services: They offer Assessment / Evaluation, Intensive Outpatient, Outpatient Treatment, Individual Counseling, Family Counseling, Aftercare Groups, and a food pantry. Eligibility: All clients 13 years and older are welcomed into the program. All must be substance abusing or chemically addicted to enter treatment. Everyone is accepted regardless of sexual orientation, race, creed, or handicap. Individuals under the age of 18 must have written consent of their parent or legal guardian in order for My Father s House to administer any assessment or treatment services. 6

10 Princeton House Location: 351 New Albany Road Moorestown, NJ Phone: Services: Partial Hospital Programs: adolescent dual diagnosis, adult dual diagnosis, and women s trauma and addiction. Intensive Outpatient Programs: adolescent dual diagnosis, adolescent addiction recovery, adult dual diagnosis, adult addiction recovery, and women s trauma and addiction. Princeton House Location: 905 Herrontown Road Princeton, NJ Phone: Services: Outpatient programs, hospital inpatient programs, detox programs, methadone detox programs, and partial hospitalization/day treatment programs. They accept Medicaid, Medicare, self-pay, and private and military insurance. SODAT Location: 124 North Broad Street Woodbury, NJ Phone: Services: Teen center, Outpatient groups for mothers with addictions, drug c0ourt, support groups, anger management, parents anonymous, strengthening families program (workshops for parents of children age 6-11). Free services. Eligibility: Open to all residents of Camden, Burlington, Cumberland, Gloucester, and Salem counties. Substance Abuse Recovery Support Group for Adolescents Location: 523 Egg Harbor Road Turnersville, NJ Phone: Services: Support group for adolescents with addiction. 7

11 Childcare Acelero Learning Camden Early Head Start Location: 250 Federal Street Camden, NJ Phone: Eligibility: Ages 0-6 years old. Acelero Learning Camden/Philadelphia Location: 331 Grand Avenue Camden, NJ Phone: Eligibility: Ages 0-6 years old. Broadway Family Center Location: 250 Line Street Camden, NJ Phone: Eligibility: Ages 0-6 years old. Camden Kids Academy Location: 1459 Haddon Avenue Camden, NJ Phone: (856) Eligibility: Ages 0-13 years old. CARE For Me Children s Learning Center Location: 6002 Westfield Avenue Pennsauken, NJ Phone: Eligibility: Ages 0-6 years old. Carousel of Learning, Inc. Location: 189 Watsontown New Freedom Road Berlin, NJ Phone: Eligibility: Ages 0-6 years old. Chesterbrook Academy Location: 9000 Centennial Boulevard Voorhees, NJ Phone: Eligibility: Ages 0-13 years old. Christ Care Unit Day Care Center Location: 242 Sicklerville Road Sicklerville, NJ Phone: Eligibility: Ages 2 1/2-13 years old. Clementon KinderCare Location: 35 Broadacres Drive Clementon, NJ Phone: Eligibility: Ages 0-13 years. Department of Children Services 8

12 DiPiero Center: Child Care Resource and Referral agency for Camden County Location:512 Lakeland Rd Suite 200 Blackwood, NJ Phone: Fax: Child Care Centers Registered Family Child Care Homes Head Start Programs School Age Child Care Programs Nursery and Pre-K Programs Summer Camps Services: Free resource and referral for families seeking child care in Camden County, Administration of child care subsidy programs for income eligible families, Family Child Care Registration, Technical Assistance to licensed and registered providers and prospective providers, Training and professional development programs for child care providers, Community outreach and education regarding child care issues and parenting, and Resource development for child care. Children s Services exists to promote and support quality, accessible and affordable child care services for all families in Camden County. Discovery Corner Child Care and Enrichment Center Location: 53 Haddonfield Road Suite 322 Cherry Hill, NJ Phone: Eligibility: Ages 0-13 years old. Forever Young Child Care Learning Center Location: 610 Chews Landing Road Lindenwold, NJ Phone: Eligibility: Ages 0-13 years old. Goddard School Location: 1601 Sicklerville Road Sicklerville, NJ Phone: Eligibility: Ages 0-13 years old. Haddonfield Child Care Central School Program Location: Lincoln Avenue & Chestnut Street Haddonfield, NJ Phone: Eligibility: Ages 6-13 years old. Haddonfield Child Care Elizabeth Haddon Program Location: Elizabeth Haddon School Haddonfield, NJ Phone: Eligibility: Ages 6-13 years old. Haddonfield Child Care Tatem School Program Location: Glover Avenue Haddonfield, NJ Phone: Eligibility: Ages 6-13 years old. Hispanic Counseling and Family Services Day Care Location:3908 Westfield Ave Camden NJ Phone:

13 Eligibility: 3 weeks - 13 years Junior Woman s Club of Barrington Location: 229 Trenton Avenue Barrington, NJ Phone: Eligibility: Ages 2 ½ -6 years old. Pennsauken KinderCare Location: 4430 River Road Pennsauken, NJ Phone: Eligibility: Ages 0-13 years old. Route 70 East KinderCare Location: 1945 Route 70 East Cherry Hill, NJ Phone: Eligibility: Ages 0-13 years old. Springdale Road KinderCare Location: 1815 Springdale Road Cherry Hill, NJ Phone: Eligibility: Ages 0-13 years old. Voorhees KinderCare Location: 3 Britton Place Voorhees, NJ Phone: Eligibility: Ages 0-13 years old. Work First New Jersey Child Care Location: 2600 Mt. Ephraim Avenue, Suite 105 Camden, NJ Phone: Fax: Eligibility: Children whose families receive cash assistance under the state welfare program, WorkFirst NJ, are entitled to free child care. 10

14 Disability Services Location: 3101 Westfield Ave Camden, NJ Phone: Location: 133 Main St Franklin, NJ Phone: Adult Training Services Autism Services Children and Adults Camping & Recreational Services.Easter Seals Camping & Recreational Services include: Camp Merry Heart, Camp Marcella, Hotel & Travel Respites, Summer Day Camp and more. Community Support Services Employment Services Easter Seals New Jersey s three sheltered workshops employ individuals with disabilities, and train participants for jobs within their community. Three community rehabilitation programs are located in Northern, Central and Southern New Jersey. Fiscal Intermediary Services Health & Wellness Programs - Be Well! & Thrive Nutrition, health, fitness and wellness education, personal and oral hygiene, field trips, and, exercise classes Outreach Services Easter Seals' New Jersey Outreach Services provides community outreach and case management, supported housing, psycho-education, and assistance to adult individuals and their families experiencing severe and persistent mental illness, and who are at risk of hospitalization or deterioration in functioning, through programs and services in Essex, Hunterdon, Somerset, Warren and Monmouth County communities. Real Life Choices Programs Through Real Life Choices, individuals with developmental disabilities and their families, can through care service providers like Easter Seals New Jersey -- access personalized and self-directed services that are funded through the New Jersey State Department of Human Services Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD.) Residential Services 60 sites throughout New Jersey Senior Community Services Employment Program (SCSEP) 11

15 Training and employment for people 55+ throughout New Jersey. Assistance includes work experience, income, education, transportation, housing, self-esteem, language, health, and stereotypes related to age. ARC Location: 801 Cooper Landing Rd Cherry Hill, NJ Phone: Location: 215 W White Horse Pike Berlin, NJ Phone: Services: Technology support, workforce development, children s learning center, counseling support, parent education, housing and financial counseling, and fatherhood support. Helps families who have children in outof-home placements Bancroft Neurothealth Center for Developmental Excellence Location:113 West White Horse Road Kirkwood Plaza Voorhees, NJ Phone: Services: Brain injury rehabilitation, special education, Autism services for children and adults. Cerebral Palsy Center Location: 610 Hollydale Drive Sewell, NJ Phone: Cerebral Palsy of New Jersey Location: 1040 North Kings Highway Suite 408 Cherry Hill, NJ Phone: Services: Assistive technology, augmentative and alternative communication, developmental intervention, early intervention, individual student services, peer group community activities, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, and psychology department (psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, behaviorists) Children s Hospital Specialty Care/Ambulatory Surgery Center Location: 1012 Laurel Oak Road Voorhees, NJ Phone: Children s Regional Hospital of Cooper Location: 3 Cooper Plaza Suite 200 Camden, NJ Phone: Cooper Child Neurology Location: 6400 Main Street Complex Voorhees, NJ Phone: Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD) Location: 221 Laurel Road Suite 210 Voorhees, NJ Phone: Epilepsy Foundation of New Jersey Out and About Program Location: 216 Haddon Ave Suite 239 Westmont, NJ Phone:

16 Horseback Riding for the Handicapped of New Jersey Location: 59 Mendham Road Gladstone, NJ The Seeing Eye Inc. Location: PO BOX 375 Washington Valley Road Moorestown, NJ Phone: Services: See eye dog training school Voorhees Pediatrics Medical Day Care Location: 1304 Laurel Oak Road Voorhees, NJ Phone: Services: Skilled Nursing Care Recreation Therapy Social Work Services Respiratory Care Nutritional Support Feeding/Swallowing Therapy Supportive Therapy Services: Speech/Language Therapy Physical Therapy Occupational Therapy Additional On-Site Offerings: Developmental Pediatrician Developmental Behavioral Psychologist Special Educational Programming and Activities 13

17 Education Services Bancroft Location: 425 Kings Highway East PO BOX 20 Haddonfield, NJ Phone: Bankbridge Development Center Location: 550 Salina Road Sewell, NJ Phone: Bankbridge Schools Location: 1340 Tanyard Road Sewell, NJ Phone: Camden County Educational Services Commission Location: 225 White Horse Ave Clementon, NJ Phone: Camden County Technical Schools Location: 343 Berlin Cross Keys road Sicklerville, NJ Phone: Location: 6008 Browning Road Pennsauken, NJ Phone: Devereux NJ Center for Austism School Location: 198 Roadstown Road Bridgeton NJ Phone: The Durand Academy Location: 230 North Evergreen Ave Woodbury, NJ Phone: Gloucester County College- SAT PREP Summer Camps Youth 1 stop career centers, GED, etc Location: 1400 Tanyard Road Sewell, NJ Phone: Gloucester County Institute of Technology GED Test Preps Location: 1360 Tanyard Road Sewell, NJ Phone: IDEA Performing Arts Center Location: 1 Harbour Blvd Camden, NJ Phone: Kingsway Learning Center Special Needs Location: 144 Kings Highway West Haddonfield, NJ Phone: Lark School Special Needs Location: 1089 Creek Road Bellmawr, NJ 14

18 Phone: NJ Stars Program REAL Center Anxiety School Location: 1371 Chews Landing Road Laurel Springs, NJ Phone: Ranch Hope- Private School Location: PO BOX 325 Alloway, NJ Phone: YALE Schools Location: 1104 Laurel Oak Drive Voorhees, NJ Phone: YCS Sawtelle Learning Centers Location: 550 Magill Ave West Collingwood, NJ Phone: Apple Counseling Services Location: 259 Delsea Drive Sewell, NJ Phone: Archway Location: 280 Jackson Rd Atco, NJ Phone: Location: 1 Neptune Drive North Sewell, NJ Phone: **The Scholarship and Financial Aid Information*** 15

19 Food, Clothing, Furniture Assistance Camden Area Health Education Center Neighborhood Health Van Phone: (856) Cathedral Kitchen Soup Kitchen Location: 1514 Federal Street Camden, NJ Phone: Chapel of Annunciation Food Pantry Location: 12 Warwick Road Lawnside, NJ Phone: Church of The Living God Location: 3706 Westfield Avenue Camden, NJ Phone: Crestbury Apartments Social Services Location: 836 Olive Street Camden, NJ Phone: Evangelism Today Christian Church Location: 1658 Mount Ephraim Avenue Camden, NJ Phone: Faith Tabernacle Church Location: 553 Spruce Street Camden, NJ Phone: First Fruits Food Pantry Location: 2303 Evesham Road Voorhees, NJ Location: W State Street Voorhees, NJ Phone: First United Methodist Church Location: 201 New Jersey Avenue Mount Ephraim, NJ Phone: Food Bank of South Jersey Location: 1501 John Tipton Boulevard Pennsauken, NJ Phone: (856) Food Bank of Southern NJ Location: 1361 Walnut Street Camden, NJ Phone: Services: Kids Cafe - Camden, Burlington, Gloucester, Salem; Kidz Pack - Every Friday, packed foods to help sustain families over the weekend (if 50% of school is eligible for free/ reduced lunch), SNAP - temporary food assistance food stamps 16

20 Gatekeeper Ministries International Location: 3600 Earl Avenue Pennsauken NJ Phone: Gods Interfaith Food Table (GIFT) Location: 442 South Route 73 Berlin, NJ Phone: Services: Food pantry and Baby Pantry (strollers, cribs, car seats, baby care items, diapers, clothes, and toys) Good Will of Camden County Bellmawr: Location:125 Black Horse Pike Phone: Hours: Mon.-Sat. 9 a.m.- 9 p.m. Sun. 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Bellmawr, "Buy the Pound" Outlet Store Location: 330 Benigno Boulevard Phone: Hours: Mon.-Sat. 9 a.m.- 9 p.m. Sun. 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Pennsauken: Location: 5461 Rte. 70, Phone: Hours: Mon.-Sat. 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Sun. 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Stratford Location: 222 South White Horse Pike Phone: 856/ Hours: Mon.-Sat. 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Sun. 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Hispanic Counseling and Family Services Day Care Food Pantry Location: 3901 Westfield Avenue Camden, NJ Phone: Hope Memorial Food Pantry Location: 950 North 34 th Street Camden, NJ Phone: Jewish Community Relation Council Location: 1301 Springdale Road Cherry Hill, NJ Phone: Light House Baptist Church Food Pantry Location: 811 Market Street Gloucester City, NJ Phone: My Brother s Keeper Location: 40 York Street Camden, NJ Phone: Services: Food and furniture to local families in need 17

21 Neighborhood Center, Inc. Location: 278 Kaighn Avenue Camden, NJ Phone: New Hope Temple Church Location: 448 Jackson Street Camden, NJ Phone: Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Location: 157 West White Horse Pike Berlin, NJ Phone: Regional Food Bank Inc. Location: P.O. Box 835 Clementon, NJ Rutgers Cooperative Expanded Food and Nutrition Location: 101 Cooper Street Camden, NJ Phone: Sacred Heart Food Sharing Program Location: 1739 Broadway Avenue Camden, NJ Phone: Salvation Army Location: 915 Haddon Avenue Camden, NJ Phone: St. Luke s U.A.M.E. Church Location: Warwick Road and Center Oak Avenue Lawnside, NJ Phone: Twin Oaks Food Pantry: Mt. Holly Food Pantry Location: 770 Woodlane Road, Suite 16 Mt. Holly, NJ Berlin Food Pantry Location: 128 Berlin-Cross Keys Road Berlin, NJ Walk In The Light Christian Center Location: 1251 Liberty Street Camden, NJ Phone: *Food Stamps* Phone: The Food Stamp program is a nutritional supplement program that increases the food purchasing power of low income households. The Food Stamp Program provides a food benefit allotment that is accessed through a Families First Electronic Benefit (EBT) Card. 18

22 Residents (age 18 or older) of Camden County may apply for the Food Stamp Program at the Camden County Board of Social Services and online: Application FAQs Note: Food Stamp regulations require a face-to-face interview. Applicants who apply online will be contacted for an appointment. You can use the Check List for what information you will need to bring with you when you come in to apply 19

23 AIDS Coalition of Southern NJ Location: 100 Essex Avenue Suite 300 Bellmawr, NJ Phone: Services: Shelter/Emergency Housing Housing and Shelter Assistance Althea Wright Center for Men Location: 271 Atlantic Avenue Camden, NJ Phone: Services: The Transitional Living Program offers services to 99 single adult homeless men. It is designed to move each individual through three phases which concentrate on addressing basic needs, life skills, employment and housing. Eligibility: Clients must be over the age of 18, single adult male with no arson or sexual offenses. If diagnosed with mental or behavioral issues must be accompanied with medication and will then be referred to Safe Haven for services. Anna M. Sample House Location: Line Street Camden, NJ Phone: Services: This 25-bed residence for homeless families and single adult females is supervised 24 hours/day. The average length of stay varies for each individual. Services also include: case management, assessment, crisis intervention, counseling, child-enrichment activities, clothes, life skills training, household items, mental health, emergency shelter and educational/vocational referrals, 3 nutritious meals/day. Transportation is provided. Appointment preferred, referral required, walk in for service and to apply. Camden County OEO Location: 538 Broadway Street Camden, NJ Phone: Services: Homeless prevention programs, housing construction rehabilitation program, and Emergency Services: Depending upon the availability of funds, Camden County OEO provides emergency food, rent payment or relocation assistance, referral services or someone to talk with to discuss your situation. Camden County Women s Center Phone: The Camden County Women's Center is a private 501 (c) 3 dedicated to assisting survivors of domestic violence build violence-free lives, and to reduce domestic violence through community education initiatives. Services are provided to residents of Camden County without regard to race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, age, gender, color, creed, or disability. All services are free and confidential. Call our hotline and begin the healing process. Camden Peace Mission Location: 1634 Broadway Camden, NJ Phone: Services: Emergency food, clothing, and furniture to help people and families who have been victims of fires, the homeless, abused or mistreated persons, as well as entire families which circumstances do not allow to make ends meet. 20

24 Covenant House Location: 929 Atlantic Avenue Atlantic City, NJ Phone: / Services: Covenant House has houses in 22 cities throughout the United States, Canada, and Latin America. And inside each of these facilities are all the love, care, and vital resources needed to help a young person break away forever from a life on the streets. They provide shelters, emergency housing, clothing, food, and counseling. Eligibility: Males and Females Ages Participants can be pregnant or have children. Faith Tabernacle Church Location: 553 Spruce Street Camden, NJ Phone: Services: Shelter/Housing Frank's Place at Trinity Lutheran Church Location: 523 Stevens Street Camden, NJ Phone: Good Samaritan Center Location: 325 Market Street Camden, NJ Phone: Services: Shelter/Emergency Housing Grand Slam Center for Family Services Phone: x226 Services: This program offers a transitional living program with counseling, social skills groups, education assistance, and long term housing assistance. The average stay is 6-18 months based on self-referral. Eligibility: Homeless females age Group Homes of Camden County Inc. Location: 35 South 29 th Street Camden, NJ Phone: Hogan House Location: Cooper Street Camden, NJ Phone: Services: Residential Program Eligibility: Homeless adults with HIV/AIDS. Housing Authority of Gloucester County Location: 100 Pop Moylan Blvd Deptford, NJ Phone: Services: Affordable housing programs: Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program (pays part of rent), Section 9 Moderate Housing Rehabilitation Program (pays part of rent), Section 8 New Constructions for Elderly and Disabled (low rent), and affordable housing for families, elderly, and the disabled. Eligibility: Elderly, disabled, or low income families. Housing First- Center for Family Services Location: 580 Benson Street Camden, NJ Phone: / x

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