Quigley, Malcolm, MS, LPC

(609) 924-0220
20 Hornor Ln

Malcolm Quigley is a licensed marriage and family therapist and professional counselor in Princeton, NJ. He is also a professional life coach and certified addiction specialist.

Weistuch, Norman, PhD, PA

(609) 924-4484
194 Nassau St

Psychologist--Therapy, Intervention with Schools, Parent Advocate for Children with Disablities, Assessment.

Hart, Patti E., LCSW

Psychotherapy and support for children and adults with Asperger disorder and their families.

Rhona Alterman Newman, M.A., L.P.C.

(856) 424-3606
17 Lakeview Drive
Cherry Hill

I am a Grief Recovery Specialist. ! help people recover from loss of every kind. I use a system for completing the unfinished business in the relationship that can go around and around in someone's mind, when a loss occurs. When we have completed the unfinished business, the person can begin to recover from the loss, and begin to feel better.

Community YMCA

(732) 544-4644
613 Hope Rd

Provides intensive in home services within Mercer County through the DCBHS system of care.

AIDS Drug Distribution Program (ADDP)

(609) 588-7038
PO Box 363

Provides life-sustaining and life-prolonging medications to low income individuals with no other source of payment for these drugs.

Bancroft NeuroHealth

(800) 774-5516
425 Kings Hwy East

Bancroft offers a wide range of state-of-the-art services to children and adults with autism, developmental disabilities, brain injuries and other neurological impairments. Services include educational, vocational, residential, rehabilitation, and therapeutic interventions based on the individual needs of each person the organization serves.

Children's Trust Fund

(609) 888-7385
50 East State St

The common purpose of trust or prevention funds is the prevention of child abuse and neglect.

Community Development Institute - Head Start (CDI HS)

(609) 393-4340
690 Whitehead Rd

Head Start is a comprehensive early childhood program for low-income children and their families. Our Head Start program is funded to serve three and four year old children and their families.

Community Food Pantry

(609) 394-8847
132 N Warren St

Provides each resident/family with a three-day supply of food per household member.

Community Justice Center

(609) 218-5120
310 W State St

Social Security services and Veterans Assistance project.

Educational Advocacy of Central New Jersey

(609) 632-0475
5 Duxbury Court
Princeton Junction

We assist parents to obtain needed educational services for students who require special education, are intellectually gifted, and/or both.

Equipment Distribution Program

(800) 792-8339
Box 074

Since 1993, the Division of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (DDHH) has operated a program to ensure that New Jersey residents wtih hearing loss, regardless of their economic status, have access to telecommunications and visual alerting home safety equipment needed to live independently.

Garfield Park Academy

(609) 877-4111
24 Glenolden Ln

A state-approved, non-profit school for students with learning and emotional challenges. Our extensive Vocational School prepares students for active participation in the workforce upon graduation.


(855) 436-7792
3836 Quakerbridge Rd

GenPsych is a provider of top quality outpatient psychiatric and substance abuse services dedicated to helping children, adults, and their families.


(609) 683-5155
21 Wiggins St

Helps adolescents clarify their values and make responsible decisions regarding their health and actions, and gives parents, teachers, and caregivers of adolescents the tools they need to best support and guide the young people they nurture.

Housing and Community Development Network of NJ

(609) 393-3752
145 W. Hanover St

A statewide association of more than 250 affordable housing and community development corporations, individuals, and other organizations that support the creation of housing and economic opportunities for low and moderate income New Jerseyans.

Isles, Inc.

(609) 341-4700
10 Wood St

Isles offers an array of opportunities that recognize the interdependence of physical, economic, health, and social development strategies that focus on self-reliance and asset creation.

Little Kids College, Inc.

(609) 278-0700
1558 Brunswick Ave

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

Martin House

(609) 989-8143
802 East State St

Seeks to offer hope and opportunity to the low-income people it serves by securing housing, education, clothing, and appliances.