Epona Therapy Services

(732) 595-8515
Sutton Farm Road
107 W Woodschurch Rd
103 Capner St

Occupational therapy focused on unlocking your child's potential through hippotherapy, interactions with horses, goats, aquatic therapy and nature-based therapy.

Equal Opportunity Support Services

(732) 641-0660
150 Maple Avenue #192
South Plainfield

Equal Opportunity Support Services is an organization qualified by the NJ State Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD) to provide services that assist individuals with disabilities in gaining access to needed medical, social, educational, vocational, and other services.

Everas Community Services, Inc.

(732) 805-1912
24K World's Fair Drive

Our mission is to provide innovative services that support independence and community inclusion for people across a broad spectrum of ability and specialized needs.

Family First LLC/Laura B. Moss, LCSW

(609) 448-1917
977 Route 33 W
Monroe Township

Family First specializes in outpatient therapy. We are in network with most commercial insurance plans.

  • Intensive In-Community (IIC)
  • Intensive In-Home (IIH)
  • Behavioral Assistance (BA)
  • Outpatient services - Psychotherapy and Evaluations (Medicaid enrolled accepted)

Family Individual Couples (FIC) Therapy Associates

(908) 917-7033
PO Box 6262

Family Individual Couples (FIC) Therapy Associates offers individual, family/couples, and group therapy. They are also a Medicaid provider through the Children's System of Care offering Intensive In-Community (IIC) services. 

Family Resource Network (FRN)

(800) 372-6510
50 Millstone Road
East Windsor

FRN is a comprehensive family-focused umbrella of organizations designed to provide community-based programs and services to individuals and families with a variety of disabilities and chronic conditions through our three affiliate organizations: Autism Family Services of New Jersey, Caregivers of New Jersey, and Epilepsy Services of New Jersey.

Family Therapy and Consultation Services (FTxCS)

(856) 332-4698
1 Lupton Avenue
408 South White Horse Pike
505 South Lenola Road Suite 111

Family Therapy and Consultation Services (FTxCS) and United Family Services (UFS) provide assessment, individual and family therapy, and behavior assistance services in many counties throughout New Jersey. Services are provided in the homes of youth and families through a referral from the NJ Children’s Behavioral Health System of Care.

Family Transition Support Services (FTSS)

(609) 394-0299
1949 Hamilton Avenue

Our agency philosophy stems from the premise that every individual and family has strengths and capabilities that can and should be developed.

Father Center of New Jersey

(609) 695-3663
1 West State St

The Father Center of New Jersey offers fathers the emotional, social, and economic resources to improve their lives and those of their children.

First Children Services: Transitions School Refusal Program

(856) 888-1097
1256 Marlkress Rd
Cherry Hill
250 S Franklin Ave

The Transitions Program is a full day, small group, center-based home instruction educational program for students grades 5-12 with school refusal due to anxiety and/or depression.

Foster and Adoption Services

Right now, there are thousands of New Jersey children who need the warmth and guidance of a family. Many parents are welcoming these children into their homes to provide safety, stability and love. These wonderful people are New Jersey's foster and adoptive families.

FREE 24/7 Dad Parenting Program

609-695-3663 x 1032
17 W. Broad Street

The Father Center of NJ is accepting participants for virtual 24:7 Dad Parenting Education Class. 

Friends of Cyrus

(201) 909-8787
15 Corporate Place South

Friends of Cyrus provides Individualized Community Supports and Services for Adults and Children with Developmental Disabilities in New Jersey. We assist our consumers to live as independently and productively as possible, while receiving the support they need to live safely.

FunOne Consulting

I provide presentations to youth and juveniles regarding how to interact with law enforcement, the juvenile court system, and gang training. I hope to empower youth with information that may help them effectively manage interactions with authority and increase their chances of improving their decision-making and outcomes.

Future Project

(844) 687-5397
672 US 202/206
1015 Park Ave.

The mission of Future Project is to provide academic and social support for the at risk population and programs servicing the inner-city communities. We will provide support in a neutral therapeutic environment, which will give our consumers an opportunity to feel comfortable while addressing their needs. 


(609) 688-0881 x104
716 South Clinton Ave

An inclusive and diverse youth mentoring program for promising first- and second-generation immigrant students

Gaming Approaches Towards Education (GATE)

(732) 587-5339
1036 Amboy Avenue

Our licensed mental health counselors in Edison, NJ can help with challenges associated with autism, depression, anxiety, and more.

Garden Psych

(609) 601-4161
707 Alexander Road

Garden Psych is a Princeton, NJ team of psychiatrists dedicated to offering a full spectrum of services including cognitive behavioral therapy, family therapy, and medication management.

Generations Family Guidance

(732) 309-7022
2560 US Highway 22
Scotch Plains

GFG provides comprehensive clinical solutions for individuals and families in need by providing an array of treatment modalities which include, but are not limited to, motivational interviewing, cognitive behavioral therapy, structural family therapy, Nurtured Heart Approach, and post-traumatic stress disorder solutions.


(908) 303-7592
5 Regent Street
218 Route 17 North
Rochelle Park
1501 Hamburg Turnpike

GenPsych is an outpatient facility that provides Partial Hospitalization (PHP) and Intensive Outpatient (IOP) programs for children, adolescents, and adults offering progressive behavioral health services.

Get FIT -The Family Resource Network

(609) 392-4900
50 Millstone Road
East Windsor

Get FIT focuses on the concept of staying active and healthy, decreasing the risk of secondary conditions, and promoting access to community wellness and fitness programs for people with IDD and their caregivers.