Lutheran Social Ministries of New Jersey

(609) 386-7171
3 Manhattan Drive

Built on more than a century of grace-filled service, Lutheran Social Ministries of New Jersey (LSMNJ) continues its mission as a not-for-profit organization to serve residents statewide who are hurt, who are in need, or who have limited choices – regardless of religious background or affiliation.

Lynne Stoll Counseling

(732) 300-2637

I have worked for 30 years doing counseling and I have worked with children of all ages. I work with children with all different diagnosis.

Managing Emotions Group

2312 Whitehorse Mercerville Rd

Learn what's behind your frustrations. Ready to confront issues of anger?

Maryville Addiction Treatment Center

(855) 823-3428
526 South Burnt Mill Road
1903 Grant Avenue
610 Pemberton Browns Mills Road

Providing transformative care for overcoming addiction and achieving long-term recovery.

Meals on Wheels of Mercer County

(609) 695-3483
320 Hollowbrook Drive

Meals on Wheels of Mercer County works to assist individuals to maintain independence, dignity, health and well-being by providing comprehensive nutrition services and helping ease social isolation. Most of our participants are seniors and homebound. Our service area is Ewing, Trenton, Lawrenceville, Hamilton, Princeton, East Windsor, West Windsor and Hightstown.

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 Brain Injury Support Group

(609) 896-9500 x2244
2381 Lawrenceville Road

Brain Injury support groups are an opportunity for both persons with brain injury and their family members to discuss the difficulties and hardships they are facing, as well as the accomplishments and joys in their life. This free group meets at the St. Lawrence Rehabilitation Hospital.

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
Lawrence Township

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.

Mercer County One-Stop Career Center

(609) 989-6824
26 Yard Ave

The Mercer County One-Stop Career Center is a partnership of organizations that work in collaboration to provide services to the job seeker and employer.  Our main goal is to connect businesses with a well-educated workforce.

Mercer County Technical Schools

(609) 570-3400
1085 Old Trenton Rd

Mercer County Technical School District enables youth and adults to acquire the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary for career success in the ever-changing technological world.

Mercer County Youth Career Connection

(609) 989-6206
24 Yard Avenue

If you are between 18-24 and NOT enrolled in an academic program, you should attend YCC Services Orientation. 

Held 1st & 3rd Monday of each month at 10am

Mercer Street Friends

(609) 396-1506
151 Mercer St

Inspired by the Quaker spirit and recognizing the inherent worth of all people, Mercer Street Friends is dedicated to the creation of a nurturing environment in which individuals may achieve independence, community and quality of life.

Mercer WIC Program of The Children's Home Society of NJ

(609) 498-7755
1440 Parkside Avenue

WIC is an income-based nutrition program for pregnant women and women who recently had a baby, infants, and children up to the age of five. WIC provides checks for free nutritious foods, as well as nutrition education and breastfeeding support.

Mercy Drive Regional

(201) 403-8119
70 Clinton Avenue

As a Support Coordination Agency, we provide a person-centered approach to assist individuals with Developmental Intellectual Disabilities.

Millhill Child and Family Development Center

(609) 989-7333
101 Oakland St

Enriches the well being of vulnerable children from infancy to adolescence through educational, social, behavioral health, and medical programs that work within the context of the family and community.

Mindful Living Therapy and Counseling

(314) 605-0829
1 Latimer Way

Mindful Living Therapy and Counseling provide therapy services to teens, children, and families within the community using a strengths-based and mindfulness perspective.

MindWell Behavioral Health

(609) 237-7100
1901 N Olden Ave Ext

MindWell Behavioral Health is an outpatient facility to serves individuals, couples, and families affected by mental illness. At Mindwell Behavioral Health we build our services around the client and the community to reduce isolation, increase positive support, and improve the quality of life.

Mobile Minds of NJ Inc.

(609) 557-7325
91 Beechwood Ave

Our tutoring and cultural enrichment program is designed to support each learner's strengths and opportunities. Mobile Minds of NJ is committed to providing outstanding educational programs and enrichment activities through the combined efforts of students, parents, volunteers, and the community.

Modern Intervention Strategies

(610) 572-6288
81 Bunning Drive

 We specialize in helping medical professionals and their families work through stress, trauma, behavioral and emotional challenges to feel aligned, connected and empowered.  Learn new and effective coping strategies to work through challenging emotions. We help youth  feel seen heard, and understood by creating a space to share feelings and emotions.