Kounseling 4 Kids

(908) 451-2550
179 Davis Ave

Kounseling 4 Kids, Inc. is an approved provider by the New Jersey Department of Children and Families that provides community based intensive, in-home clinical (IIC/IIH) services for youths with mental health, behavioral, learning and/or developmental disabilities.  These services are tailored to meet the unique needs of each child. 

KS Therapy & Consultation

(732) 659-0496
65 S. Main Street

KS Therapy and Consultation is a psychotherapy practice offering both telehealth and in-person counseling. We take pride in that all services are trauma-informed.

Lane, Phil, LCSW

(908) 698-9472
114 Straube Center Blvd

Licensed Clinical Social Worker offering individual psychotherapy to adolescents and adults in Pennington, NJ.

Lawrence Township Recreation Department

(609) 844-7065
2207 Route 206

The Lawrence Township Recreation Department offers a year-round selection of athletics, camps, special events, and instructional programs for the residents of Lawrence Township.

Learning Disabilities Association of New Jersey (LDANJ)

(732) 645-2738
614 Cranbury Rd
East Brunswick

LDANJ is the state affiliate of the Learning Disabilities Association of America. LDA is a nonprofit organization run by volunteers dedicated to providing information and advocacy for children and adults with learning disabilities.

Legacy Counseling, LLC

(732) 672-9051
555 High Street
Mount Holly

Legacy provides individual, group, and couples therapy by utilizing a holistic approach that recognizes both the person and their core needs. The core values of Legacy Counseling, LLC are what we call our 5 C’s: compassion, care, credibility, competence, and cultural diversity.

Legal Services of New Jersey (LSNJ)

(732) 572-9100
100 Metroplex Drive

LSNJ coordinates the statewide Legal Services system, which provides free legal assistance to low-income New Jerseyans for their civil legal problems. Through its work, LSNJ strives to secure substantive and procedural justice for those living in poverty.

Life & Family Guidance, LLC

(609) 508-3865
2000 Pennington Rd

Are you seeking drug prevention services for pre-teen and teens? Or drug assessment and screenings by people who can engage well with youth? Life & Family Guidance, LLC can assist.

Lifeback Behavioral Health

(609) 482-3701 x13
4 Princess Rd

Lifeback is a private, Mercer County based behavioral health services agency, which provides compassionate, individualized, and highly professional Mental Health & Substance Abuse evaluation and treatment.

Lifeline and Link-Up Program

The Lifeline program provides discounts on monthly phone service charges, and Link Up provides a discount on the cost of commencing phone service for qualifying low-income households. Lifeline and Link Up are supported by the federal Universal Service Fund (USF).

LifeTies Mentoring Program

(877) 922-2377
2205 Pennington Road

Mentors provide guidance and direction to youth ages 10-21. Engaging in caring, nurturing relationships, mentors help youth develop character. self-esteem, resilience, career interests, and attain education and life skills goals. Mentors are at least 21 years old, pass all background checks, and commit at least 4 hours a month for 1 year.

Literacy NJ Mercer County Programs

(609) 587-6027
1 North Johnston Ave

Free basic literacy instruction to adults throughout Mercer County, led by trained volunteers. Students are encouraged to commit to one group and one individual lesson per week at a time and place that fits their schedule.

Little Kids College

(609) 278-0700
1558 Brunswick Ave

We provide our children with a preschool experience that facilitates intellectual, social, and physical developmental growth.

Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)

The Home Energy Assistance Program helps very low-income residents with their heating and cooling bills, and makes provisions for emergency heating system services and emergency fuel assistance within the Home Energy Assistance Program.


(844) 576-5776
100 Metroplex Drive

LSNJ PROTECT is a New Legal Initiative launched by Legal Services of New Jersey to assist Victims of Human Trafficking.

Mackie and Pammie, LLC

(609) 649-2425
PO Box 303

In-home therapy services, individual therapy, family therapy, and substance abuse treatment.

Maxim Healthcare Services

(848) 373-2199
1215 Route 70

 Maxim will be closing for business as of 1/13/2023. Services for youth being services by Maxim will be transitioned by their CFT by 1/13/2023. Existing IIC and BA staff will be collaborating with the CFT, with the possibility of continuing services under their new a new provider if the new provider holds an MOU with their respective CMO and if approved by CFT. 

Medina Community Clinic

(609) 273-9488
3131 Princeton Pike

Medina provides free subspecialty healthcare for adults who do not have health insurance.

Mental Clarity Counseling

(856) 409-0400
212 W. Route 38

Mental Clarity Counseling is an approved Intensive In Community provider organization for the Children's System of Care.

Mercer Counseling Services

(609) 337-1352

Mercer Counseling Services provides teletherapy to Adolescents and Young Adults with depression, anxiety, and/or chronic illness.

Mercer County Catholic Youth Organization (CYO)

(609) 396-8383
920 South Broad St

Provides after-school and summer camp care to school-age children and a variety of recreational programs for elementary school, youth, and young adults.

Mercer County Family Support Organization (FSO)

(609) 586-1200
3535 Quakerbridge Road

Mercer County Family Support Organization (FSO), is a non-profit organization committed to providing support, education, and advocacy to families of children with emotional, behavioral, and mental health challenges, including ID/DD and substance abuse. Mercer County FSO brings compassion and cultural sensitivity to working with families.

Mercer County Hispanic Association (MECHA)

(609) 578-4246
231 Bakers Basin Rd

MECHA is a private non-profit organization founded in 1985 to establish and ensure that adequate representation and services are provided to meet the needs of the Latino population in Mercer County.