Welcome to Mercer ResourceNet

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

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

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Professional Development

ACTS: Screening & Management in Outpatient Settings

ACTS: Screening & Management in Outpatient Settings is an in-person training to increase the confidence and competence in the evaluation and management of youth and adolescent suicide risk for mental health professionals.

Integrating DBT into Couple & Family Sessions

Join Ashlee Maruca, LPC for a one-hour workshop on ways DBT can be adapted to better support couples and families. In this training, clinicians will learn specific skills and interventions that can be used with their clients to improve their relationships.

Mandatory Legal Standards 3-6-Hour Course

NJ LCADCs & CADCs are required to complete a 3-6 hour course on Legal Standards. This course satisfies this requirement with an approved instructor.

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Summer EBT is coming June 2024

Summer EBT is a new nutrition program providing $120 in benefits per eligible child this summer. Use your benefits at places that accept SNAP/EBT. All eligible lower income families can get Summer EBT regardless of immigration status. 

Check with your school to see if your child is eligible for Summer EBT. Learn more at NJ.GOV/EBT. 

Geetha Arulmohan Scholarship Award

Deadline Friday, May 3
Open to Mercer County Residents and those pursuing higher education, certification, or licensure in fields related to prevention, public health, social work, sociology/psychology, counseling, or substance or behavioral health. Eligible degrees include CADC, CPS, LCADC, CPRS, CHES, or BA/MA degrees.

2024 Mental Health Month Toolkit Now Available

Founded in 1909, Mental Health America is the nation's leading national nonprofit dedicated to the promotion of mental health, well-being, and condition prevention. In the 2024 Mental Health Toolkit you will learn how the modern world affects mental health and find new resources to help navigate difficult times. The aim is to empower you to take action!

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