Welcome to Mercer ResourceNet

We provide a wide range of information about support, resources, and services for families in Mercer County, New Jersey.

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Families can find specific recreational activities, health providers, support groups, and events in your area. If you are a resident of Mercer County, NJ, please subscribe to our Monthly Events and News.
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Health Providers and Community Organizations are able to list their community and health resources, hotlines, support groups, and events. Do you provide services in Mercer County?

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Community Resource Development Funds Available

Click on the following link to get more information regarding the available funds                         2022-23 Community Resource Development Funds

Mercer ResourceNet is sponsored by Capitol County Children's Collaborative.

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Rebuild Therapy and Treatment Services LLC

Loving, caring, supporting, and experienced therapist that are willing to provide in home, or telehealth services. Our Intensive In Home Therapist have significant experience ranging from crisis screeners, partial care therapist, outpatient therapist and inpatient services.

ChoicePoint

Our medication-assisted addiction treatment is the most sought out program to help recover from substance dependence. Safe and FDA-approved medication can treat addiction, eliminate withdrawal symptoms, and cravings to improve overall well-being.

Sylvan Learning

The Sylvan Learning of Hamilton provides K-12 academic assessments, tutoring and test prep in subjects such as math, reading, writing, study skills, SAT / ACT Prep & homework help. Open year-round. 609-588-9037

One Step Quality Care

We provide intensive in community services, IIC, BA and BPS-needs assessments. Please contact Performcare at 877-652-7624 to set up services.

Open Caregiving

Provides informational resources, caregiver stories, caregiver guides, and support from a community that cares. Open Caregiving stories are written by real caregivers who want to give back and share their experiences with others, and by medical professionals who want to share their advice and insights with caregivers. Learn more at www.opencaregiving.com

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