SSG Fox Program provides resources toward community-based mental health assistance through outreach, case management, and mental health services. Connection to resources to the VA and your local community are also provided.
The program will address medical care, mental health care, substance use treatment, childcare, job training through outreach, education, and case management services. The service is available in the following counties: Bergen, Middlesex, Somerset, Essex, Morris, Sussex, Hunterdon, Passaic, and Warren.
Referral hotline (973) 463—9600, ext. 210 OR email SSGFox@communityhope-nj.org
COMMUNITY HOPE (FOR ACTIVE MILITARY AND VETERANS)
We are currently supporting senior citizens living in Monmouth, Mercer and Middlesex Counties.
Are you a senior citizen?
Do you own a senior dog, 7 years or older?
Are you on a limited fixed income?
Do you need financial help caring for your dog?
The purpose of the Senior Pet Assistance Program is to provide financial assistance to qualified senior citizens, making it possible to keep a senior dog in your home when financial challenges may otherwise make this too difficult.
Assistance with veterinarian visits for:
Wellness blood screening, core vaccines, heartworm/tick testing, intestinal parasite screening, food & medications, medical grooming, dental care. Specialty care will be considered on an individual basis.
For more information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 609.259.1278. A team member will review the application process and program requirements with you.
SENIOR CITIZEN PET ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
(609) 888-7164, displaced homemaker programs provide short-term educational or training grants to help individuals become economically self-sufficient, many years, is forced to join the paid workforce due to the separation, divorce, disability, or death of a spouse or significant other, and is receiving public assistance because of dependent children in the home but is within one year of no longer being eligible for assistance, or is unemployed or underemployed and is experiencing difficulty in obtaining or upgrading employment, or is at least 40 years of age, an age at which discrimination based on age is likely, and at which entry or reentry to or advancement in the labor market is difficult; services include: job counseling, training, and placement assistance, job development services, educational information and services, short term certificate education training, computer literacy training, financial management services, legal information and services, life skills development, referrals and community outreach, workshops; for more information email DOW@dcf.state.nj.us or visit www.nj.gov/dcf/women/displaced
DISPLACED HOMEMAKER PROGRAM
Go to www.lifenets.org/wheelchair, acts as a matchmaker, uniting wheelchairs with those who need them
NJ WEATHERIZATION PROGRAM
(609) 349-4469, 1 S New York Ave, #308, Atlantic City, NJ 08401, assistance for low income, handicapped and elderly in weatherizing homes and improving heating and conservation systems; visit www.nj.gov/dca
Basic human needs resources, support for children, youths, families, seniors and persons with disabilities, physical and mental health resources, visit www.nj211.org
A web-based directory of more than 1,300 resources available for Monmouth County children, families and individuals
MONMOUTH COUNTY VETERANS SERVICE
(732) 683-8675, 3000 Kozloski Rd, Freehold Twp, NJ 07728, assistance with Veterans benefits, mental health services, and disabilities Mon— Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm; visit www.visitmonmouth.com
(973) 463-9600, 959 Route 46 suite 402 Parsippany; provides emergency housing for 3-9 months, permanent housing and search support, recovery support and education for substance abuse and mental illness, employment opportunities and education, and pro bono legal services, Mon-Fri 9 am-4:30 pm; visit www.communityhope-nj.org/what-we-do/hope-for-veterans
MONMOUTH OCEAN INDEPENDENT LIVING CENTER
(732) 571-4884, 565 Broadway, disabilities advocacy and referrals; visit www.moceanscil.org
LONG BRANCH DEPARTMENT OF SENIOR AFFAIRS AND SENIOR CENTER
(732) 571-6542, 85 2nd Ave; resource center for Long Branch citizens 60 years of age and older, all programs are free, transportation, recreational socialization, benefits counseling, educational programs, medical screening, contact center for information on current classes and programs, Pat Krosnicki, Director; Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm; visit www.longbranch.org/departments/SeniorAffairs
THE ANNA GREENWALL GERIATRIC PROGRAM AT MONMOUTH MEDICAL CENTER
(732) 923-7550, 300 2nd Ave; offers comprehensive evaluations for adults 65 and older, geriatric social work services, caregiver support group, physician services, memory disorders program, Alzheimer’s support group, Mon—Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm; visit www.rwjbh.org/monmouth-medical-center/treatment
SOUTH JERSEY LEGAL SERVICES
(732) 414-6750, 303 W Main St, 3rd Fl; provides assistance with denial of FEMA appeals, insurance claims, tenancy issues, evictions and refusal by landlords to make repairs; visit www.lsnj.org/sjls
CHILD CARE RESOURCES
(732) 918-9901, 3301 Route 66, Bldg. C; help with child care referrals for daycare and in home services, financial assistance for eligible working families and students, Mon—Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm, Wed 8:30 am-6:30 pm; visit www.ccrnj.org