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2nd Floor Youth Helpline

2NDFLOOR is an anonymous and confidential helpline serving all youth and young adults in NJ 24/7. Callers can reach out to us at any time for any problem or concern.


(856) 650-6556
PO Box 201

4WALLS primary purpose is to provide individuals and families with superior counseling services utilizing evidence-based innovative and creative therapeutic interventions to help individuals develop the essential skills to create a balance through healthy and productive living.

7th & Madison Extensions of Empowerment

(800) 936-3256
1 Gateway Ctr
78 John Miller Way

Our mission is to empower our families and strive to ensure success and safety to those we serve. We offer Intensive In Community & Behavioral Assistance services; along with a individualized mentoring program which is called "7TH & Madison Achievement Program" which links members with social capital and the essential tools needed for success.

7TH & Madison Peer Group

(800) 936-4256
2130 Millburn Ave

7TH & Madison provides peer groups for teens diagnosed with ID/DD's, Asperger Syndrone, and Autism Spectrum Disorder. The outcome is to increase their social skills and build peer to peer relationships.

A Better Life Community Wellness Center

(862) 229-1400
101 14th Ave

COMMUNITY WELLNESS CENTERS create a place where you can feel respected and accepted, provide stepping stones to personal growth, help individuals learn to access resources and tools available in their community, introduce you to the support from other people who have similar life experiences, and counteract loneliness and isolation.

A Friendly Face - Autism Treatment Services

(201) 339-7770
231 Avenue C
1887 Richmond Avenue
Staten Island

AFF is a provider of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), practicing in all five boroughs of New York City and some areas of New Jersey. We have four physical locations for our treatment/social skills/practicum centers in Staten Island, Brooklyn, and Bayonne NJ.

    A Place for the Family

    (929) 333-6531
    1108 Stuyvesant Ave

    We are a group of compassionate, passionate, and professional individuals who believe that wholeness and recovery are possible. Through the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of various mental health disorders, we aim to provide a safe place for you the individual, families, and couples to bridge gaps and thrive.

    A Time for Change Counseling Services

    (973) 545-2200
    828 Route 15 South
    Lake Hopatcong

    A Time for Change Counseling Services, In Home and Outpatient Mental Health Services.  A Time for Change has been a provider in the community since 2008.  We have a very diverse and qualified staff.


    (888) 589-8035
    51 Woodland Ave

    AAngelsNJ provides breast cancer awareness, education and resource support services to individuals and families.

    ABC Therapy Services

    (609) 569-3919
    1170 South White Horse Pike

    ABC Therapy Services is a non-profit organization that provides statewide in-home solutions for children and adolescents dealing with depression, grief or loss, anxiety, trauma, oppositional and defiant behavior, ADHD, intellectual and developmental disabilities, or substance abuse.

    Abilities First, LLC

    (908) 875-0078
    44 Dawson St

    We are a NJ DDD Support Coordination Agency. We compassionately serve adults with developmental disabilities and provide in and out of home services for recipients of DDD paid through Medicaid/assigned yearly DDD budget. There is no cost to families for our services.

    Above and Beyond Learning Group (ABLG)

    (973) 423-2254
    230 Braen Avenue
    219 Wall Street
    240 Braen Avenue

    Above and Beyond Learning Group is a Therapeutic Intervention Agency that provides ABA Therapy for children and young adults on the autism spectrum.


    • Behavioral/Educational Evaluations
    • Classroom Management and Design
    • BPS Assessments
    • Occupational Therapy
    • Parent/Caregiver and Staff Training
    • Social Skills
    • Speech and Language Therapy

    Acenda Integrated Health: Steps Towards Independence (STI)

    (844) 422-3632 x1217
    42 South Delsea Drive

    Steps Towards Independence (STI) is a transitional, supportive housing program that assists homeless youth, especially youth leaving the child welfare system, with life skills and support services to make a successful transition to self-sufficient living and to prevent long-term dependency on social services.

    ACES (Assessments, Counseling and Educational Supports)

    (973) 316-6077
    40 Baldwin Road
    115 Route 46 West
    Mountain Lakes

    We provide a full spectrum of services in the areas of mental health and educational support services to all of our clients regardless of race, gender, age, or socioeconomic status so that they may lead more satisfying, balanced, healthy, and happy lives.

      Adler Aphasia Center

      (201) 368-8585
      60 West Hunter Avenue
      1563 Old Freehold Road
      Toms River
      300 Pleasant Valley Way
      West Orange

      Our mission is to enrich the lives of people with Aphasia, their families, and communities.

      Adult Family Health Services (AFHS)

      (973) 773-7600
      53 Orchard St

      We are a strengths-based readily accessible behavioral health agency dedicated to improving the quality of life for individuals with mental health and/or substance use challenges.

      Advocacy Services Unlimited

      (609) 526-5666
      204 Ark Rd 104D
      Mount Laurel

      Advocacy Services Unlimited is approved by DDD as a service provider in New Jersey. Services offered are Community Based Support, Individual Support, Respite, Community Inclusion, Employment Specialist, Pre-vocational and Support Brokerage.

      Advocates for Children of New Jersey (ACNJ)

      (973) 643-3876
      35 Halsey St

      We work on behalf of children and families by conducting research, developing and supporting legistation, and maintaining oversight of the policies and programs of our state administrative agencies.

      African American Office of Gay Concerns (AAOGC)

      (973) 639-0700
      877 Broad St

      The AAOGC provides HIV/AIDS prevention services that has been designed to target and appeal to MSM, their friends and their partners, promoting leadership, community service and accountability in response to the HIV/AIDS epidemic. The AAOGC has proudly served the greater Newark area for over a decade with health programs and services developed to prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS.

      AIDS Resource Foundation for Children (ARFC)

      (973) 643-0400
      77 Academy St

      ARFC is one of the longest-standing and largest providers of housing services to individuals living with HIV / AIDS in New Jersey. We will continue to offer supportive housing and stabilizing services to underserved populations to those most in need.

      Airmid Counseling Services

      (973) 678-0550
      137 Evergreen Pl
      East Orange

      We offer a new approach to addiction therapy. We specialize in treating the co-occurring population. Our vision is to provide comprehensive quality care to individuals and their families. We also connect people to services along the continuum of care to promote self-actualization and healing.

      Akwaaba Akademy

      (718) 971-4922

      Akwaaba Akademy offers a membership program for preschoolers. Supporting parents with educational strategies for young learners!

      AL-ANON/ALATEEN North Jersey Information Services

      (973) 744-8686
      73 South Fullerton Ave

      Provides information on support groups for family and friends of alcoholics. Adults & teen meetings available, no fee.. Services 12 counties of North Jersey

      All Star Counseling

      (973) 531-7573
      283 West Englewood Avenue

      All Star Counseling actively engages in the pursuit of excellence in serving youth and families with compassion and respect. Our goal is to build on individual and family strengths to help create a balanced way of life.

      All Stars Project, Inc.

      (973) 856-6694
      33 Washington St

      We transform the lives of youth and poor communitites using the developmental power of performance, in partnership with caring adults. By 2020, we will be recognixed as America's leader in Afterschool Development, a new way of engaging poverty.