Resources

Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Hamilton

(609) 586-7900
One Hamilton Health Place
Hamilton

RWJ Hamilton provides a network of comprehensive healthcare services which includes hospital care, prevention and wellness, primary and specialty medical services and diagnostic & treatment services in the community. 

SERV Behavioral Health System

20 Scotch Rd
Ewing

SERV Behavioral Health System is a private, not-for-profit behavioral healthcare organization serving adults and children working to recover from and cope with a serious mental illness or developmental disability.

Audrey Hepburn Children's House

(201) 996-2271
30 Prospect Ave
Hackensack

The center provides diagnostic and therapeutic services for infants, children, and adolescents who are suspected victims of abuse.

Family Resource Center of Trenton

(609) 278-4030
844 West State St
Trenton

Offers parents and caregivers with young children some time out from taking care of their children.

Trinity Counseling Service (TCS)

(609) 924-0060
22 Stockton St
Princeton

Community counseling service providing comprehensive and compassionate care to residents of the greater Princeton area.

NJ Medicaid for Pregnant Women

NJ FamilyCare/Medicaid programs provide coverage for pregnant women who are residents of New Jersey and either U.S. Citizens or immigrants whose papers allow them to reside permanently in the US. Family income must be at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL) - for example $46,100 annual income for a family of four. This coverage extends to women during the pregnancy and for 60 days following delivery or the date on which the pregnancy ends. A child born to an eligible Medicaid mother is eligible for NJ FamilyCare/Medicaid for one year regardless of changes in the family's income. Call your local County Welfare Agency to see if eligibility can be extended beyond these time periods.

NJ Medicaid

Medicaid provides health insurance to parents/caretakers and dependant children, pregnant women, and people who are aged, blind or disabled. These programs pay for hospital services, doctor visits, prescriptions, nursing home care and other healthcare needs, depending on what program a person is eligible for.

Division of Developmental Disabilities - DDD

(609) 631-2200
P.O. Box 726
Trenton

Serves more than 35,000 people with developmental disabilities including mental retardation, cerebral palsy, autism, epilepsy, spina bifida, traumatic brain injuries, and certain neurological impairments.

Boys & Girls Club of Trenton-Mercer County

(609) 392-3191
212 Centre St
Trenton

Our mission is to inspire and enable all young people, especially those from disadvantaged circumstances, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible, and caring citizens.

Princeton YMCA

(609) 396-5848
59 Paul Robeson Pl # 1
Princeton

A charitable, not-for-profit community organization dedicated to enriching the spirit, mind and body and improving the quality of life.

Ewing Public School District

(609) 538-9800
2099 Pennington Rd
Ewing

The Ewing Public Schools are dedicated to meeting the educational needs of its students. We will identify and address the needs of students and provide them the opportunity to reach their maximum potential.

Princeton Public Schools

(609) 806-4200
25 Valley Rd
Princeton

The mission of the Princeton Public Schools is to prepare each student to thrive as a self-confident adult in a rapidly changing and competitive future.