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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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. Share & Subscribe

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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Become a Trauma Response Team Member

You Can Help in a Moment of Crisis.

The Mercer County Traumatic Loss Coalition's Trauma Response Team is composed of highly trained and dedicated members who meet with youth, caregivers and others affected by critical incidents with community-wide impact. Help us grow our team so we may continue to serve Mercer County Community. 

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Pride Month Podcast Series

In celebration of Pride Month 2024, Center of Excellence and MId-America Prevention Technology Transfer Center have partnered on a Pride Month Podcast series. There will be 4 unique episodes on their Prevention Perk Podcast on Health Disparities and gender affirming care. New Episodes released each Thursday in June. 

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.

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