ABILITIES OF NORTHWEST JERSEY, INC.
264 Route 31 North, PO Box 251, Washington, NJ 07882
Telephone: 908-689-1118
Fax: 908-689-6363
Website: www.abilitiesnw.com
Email: info@abilitiesnw.com

CEO, Cynthia B. Wildermuth

Community Rehabilitation Center
Telephone: 908-689-1118
Washington Employment Center
Telephone: 908-689-1118
Medical Special Needs Program
Telephone: 908-689-6677

Additional Locations and Programs:

Employment Pathways Career Development and Employment Support Services
150 Boulevard, Suite #2, Washington, NJ 07882
Telephone: 908-689-7460

Phillipsburg Employment Center
340 Anderson St., Phillipsburg, NJ 08865
Telephone: 908-454-2579

Mary Apgar Employment Center
22 Kayhart Lane, Washington, NJ 07882
Telephone: 908-689-2063

Individual Specialized Program
22 Kayhart Lane, Washington, NJ 07882
Telephone: 908-689-4674

Hackettstown Employment Center
999 Willow Grove St., Hackettstown, NJ 07840
Telephone: 908-850-8214

Abilities Screen Printing & Embroidery
50 East Washington Ave., Washington, NJ 07882
Telephone: 908-689-0612

A community rehabilitation program providing vocational training and employment services since 1974 to the disabled and disadvantaged population. Abilities operates six Employment Centers located throughout Warren County and serves approximately 350 individuals daily.


 





THE ARC, WARREN COUNTY CHAPTER, INC.
P.O. Box 389, 319 W. Washington Ave.
Washington, NJ 07882
Telephone: 908-689-7525
Fax: 908-689-4898
Email: info@arcwarren.org
Website: www.arcwarren.org

Executive Director, Robert Pruznick

Residential, case management, recreation, early intervention and family support services to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.


   
BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS OF HUNTERDON, SOMERSET & WARREN
P.O. Box 123, 2 W. Washington Ave., 210-212 Washington, NJ 07882
Telephone: 908-689-0436
Fax: 908-689-6843
Email: info@bbbshsw.org
Website: www.bbbshsw.org

Executive Director, Karen R. Cassano

Enables youth to achieve their highest potential, through a professional supported relationship, with caring adults who serve as role models, mentors and friends. Each supervised match expands, enriches and enhances the personal development of children and volunteers.


   
CATHOLIC CHARITIES
700 Sayre Avenue, Phillipsburg, NJ 08865
Telephone: 908-454-2074
Website: www.ccdom.org

Social service and behavioral health programs serving Warren County residents including childcare, food pantry, case management, psychotherapy, and residential services for youth.


   
COMMUNITY PREVENTION RESOURCES
20 West Washington Ave., Washington, NJ 07882
Telephone: 908-835-1800
Fax: 908-835-9021
Email: yvette@cprwc.com
Website: www.communitypreventionresources.org

Dedicated to building a safe, healthy, drug-free Warren County; educational services promote the wellness and safety of individuals and families in our community.


   
CONTEXTUAL FAMILY SERVICES
9 Cardinal Way, Flemington, NJ 08822
Telephone: 908-237-9193
Fax: 908-237-5195
Website: www.contextualfamilyservices.org

Executive Director, Jean Banti

Intensive in-home family therapy based on a program that works with the entire context of a child. Services include formal family therapy, individual counseling, case management services, crisis management, school consultation and a multisystemic treatment team philosophy.


   
DAWN CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING
254B Mountain Ave., Suite 301, Hackettstown, NJ
Telephone: 973-625-1940
Toll-free: 1-888-383-DAWN (3296)
Fax: 973-625-1942
Email: info@dawncil.org
Website: www.dawncil.org

Executive Director, Carmela Slivinski

A non-residential center for independent living (CIL) committed to providing the resources to enable persons with disabilities to remain independent. DAWN CIL offers the following services: information & referral, advocacy, peer support, independent living skills instruction, case management, health and wellness programs, transition, employment, and recreational activities.


   
DOMESTIC ABUSE & SEXUAL ASSAULT CRISIS CENTER
PO Box 88, Washington, NJ 07882
Business Telephone: 908-453-4121
24-HOUR HOTLINE: 908-453-4181; 1-866-6-BE-SAFE
Website: www.besafewc.org

Executive Director, Scott MacLean

This agency provides temporary emergency shelter, 24-hour hotline, group and individual counseling, legal advocacy, case management, transitional housing, and community education. All services are free, confidential, and culturally competent.


   
FAMILY GUIDANCE CENTER OF WARREN COUNTY
492 Rt. 57 W, Washington, NJ 07882
Telephone: 908-689-1000
24-HOUR CRISIS HOT LINE: 908-454-5141
Email: rmcdonnell@fgcwc.org
Website: www.familyguidancecenterofwc.org

Executive Director, Richard McDonnell

Other locations:

128 Maple Avenue, Hackettstown 07840
Telephone: 908-852-0333

370 Memorial Parkway, Phillipsburg 08865
Telephone: 908-454-4470

Partial Care Program
492 Rt. 57W, Washington 07882
Telephone: 908-689-6212

Better Future Self-Help Center
21 W. Washington Ave., Washington, NJ 07882
Telephone: 908-835-1180

Provides behavioral health care services to youth, adults and senior citizens including outpatient mental health, substance abuse and sexual abuse treatment; crisis intervention; psychosocial rehabilitation; education and prevention services.

 

   
FAMILY PROMISE OF WARREN COUNTY, INC.
65A Washington Ave., PO Box 267, Oxford, NJ 07863
Telephone: 908-453-2194
Fax: 908-453-2378
Email: bobf@wcihn.org
Website: www.wcfamilypromise.org

Executive Director, Bob Frankenfield

Helps homeless families and children by providing housing, meals, and case management while preserving the family's safety, dignity, and well-being, and assisting them to achieve self-sufficiency. Also provides homelss prevention and rapid re-housing services.


   
FREEDOM HOUSE, INC.
PO Box 367, Glen Gardner, NJ 08826
Telephone: 908-537-6043
Fax: 908-537-4190
Email: contactus@freedomhousenj.org
Website: www.freedomhousenj.org

Freedom House Chief Executive Officer, Frederick T. Reihl
The Family Afterward Executive Director, Patricia A. Reihl

Freedom House Halfway House: Long term residential substance abuse treatment in a halfway house setting for adult males who are recovering from alcoholism and/or drug addiction, and who are at high risk of relapse without further treatment.

The Family Afterward: Transitional housing with case management services for women in recovery from alcoholism and/or drug addiction and their children focusing on family reunification.


   
HIGHLANDS PROJECT
PO Box 231, Broadway, NJ 08808
Telephone: 908-689-6350
Email: highlands@comcast.net

Director, F.P. Lynah, III

Provides structured, educational community service opportunities to Warren County youth. We build and erect historical signage, construct walking paths and work to enhance Warren County park land.


   
WC HISTORICAL & GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY
P.O. Box 313, Belvidere, NJ 07823
Telephone: 908-475-4246
Website: www.warrenhistorynj.org

Museum: 313 Mansfield Street, 2-4 p.m. Sundays and by appt.

President, Patricia Brunk; Vice President, Mary Warden; Treasurer, Beverly Ciceran; Secretary, Dorothy Neith; Librarian, Lynn Moore; Trustees: Jeanne Haley, Clifford Oberly, Arthur Raheb, Margaret Rowland, Marie Sweet, John Walsh.

Preserving Warren County history for more than 80 years. A nonprofit, all-volunteer organization headquartered in the county seat's historic district, and founded on the premise to preserve the history of Warren County and protect its historic sites from all types of encroachments. The society acts as a repository for historic, cultural and archival data and artifacts from prehistoric times to the present, maintaining a museum of county artifacts and memorabilia and a library for public education and research, particularly for genealogy.

   

WC HOUSING PROGRAM
415B Front Street, Belvidere, NJ 07823
Telephone: 908-475-3989
Fax: 908-475-8637

Director, Frank Delmore
Home Improvement Program Administrator, Rosemarie Picone
Rental Assistance Program Administrator, Kitty Mohr
Freeholder Liaison, Edward J. Smith

Coordinates a grant-funded rehabilitation program to assist lower-income households with code and code-related repairs; and administers a 666-unit housing choice voucher program, providing rental assistance to residents of low- and moderate-income.

Coordinates a grant-funded rehabilitation program to assist lower-income households with code and code-related repairs; and administers a 666-unit housing choice voucher program, providing rental assistance to residents of low- and moderate-income.


   
WC HUMAN RELATIONS COMMISSION
c/o Warren County Courthouse, 413 Second St., Belvidere
Telephone: 908-475-6630
Email: WCHRCdiversity@aol.com

Chairwoman, Ethel Conry

Dedicated to promoting understanding and respect among the diverse elements of society by improving inter-group relations and quality of life for all citizens regardless of race, creed, color, religion, age, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, or physical or mental challenges.


   
WC LEAGUE OF MUNICIPALITIES
1035 West Blvd., Alpha, NJ 08865

President, John Inscho (Liberty Twp.)
Telephone: 908-637-6177
Vice President, Samuel Race (White Twp.)
Telephone: 908-328-9788
Secretary/Treasurer, Klara Tarsi (Alpha)
Telephone: 908-454-7770

An organization for municipal leaders to meet and discuss issues of mutual concern.


   
LEGAL SERVICES OF NORTHWEST JERSEY
91 Front Street, Belvidere, NJ 07823
Telephone: 908-475-2010
Fax: 908-475-1719
Email: lsnwj-warren@lsnj.org
Website: www.lsnj.org/lsnwj

Managing Attorney, Grace E. Kelly
Office Manager, Theresa A. Kist

Provides free civil legal assistance to low-income people residing in our region in certain matters affecting essential basic needs.


   

MORRIS - SUSSEX - WARREN EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING SERVICES
P.O. Box 900, 30 Schuyler Place, Morristown, NJ 07963-0900
Telephone: 800-870-3478

Donna Buchanan, Director

Phillipsburg: c/o One Stop Career Center, 75 S. Main St.
Telephone: 908-859-0400
Fax: 908-859-4193

Supervisor/Senior Employment Counselor, Madeleine Toth-Laczhazy
Telephone: 908-859-3220
Senior Employment Counselor, Karen Gottshall
Telephone: 908-859-0941
Employment Counselor, Sablaun Woods
Telephone: 908-859-8568
Employment Counselor
Telephone: 908-859-3221
Computer Lab Instructor
Telephone: 908-859-4592

Provides career assessment, vocational and occupational skills training in labor demand fields, on the job training remediation, career planning and supportive services.


   

NEW HOPE FOUNDATION, INC.
80 Conover Road, Marlboro, NJ 07746
Telephone: 732-946-3030
Fax: 732-946-4891
Email: DRoden@newhopefoundation.org
Website: www.newhopefoundation.org

Chief Executive Officer, Anthony Comerford
Chief Operating Officer, David Roden

Dedicated to the treatment of adults and adolescents affected with alcohol, drug and gambling addiction. Services include inpatient detoxification and short-term residential treatment.


   

NEW JERSEY YOUTH CORPS of PHILLIPSBURG
1 Meyner Road, Walters Park, Phillipsburg, NJ 08865
Telephone: 908-859-2969
Fax: 908-859-3258
Email: njycphil@verizon.net
Website: www.njycphillipsburg.com

Director, Michael J. Muckle

A year-round, voluntary program designed for young adults ages 16-25 who did not complete high school, providing them a chance to earn their GED while developing employment skills through meaningful community service.


   
NORTH JERSEY RESOURCE CONSERVATION & DEVELOPMENT
COUNCIL, INC.

1100 Black River Road, Far Hills, NJ 07931
Telephone: 908-441-9191
Fax: 908-441-9191
Email: njrcdcouncil@northjerseyrcd.org
Website: www.northjerseyrcd.org

Executive Director, Grace Messinger
Chairwoman, Barbara Rosko

The Council facilitates the transition to sustainable use and protection of the region's human and natural resources through partnerships, education and innovation.


   
NORWESCAP (NORTHWEST NEW JERSEY COMMUNITY ACTION PARTNERSHIP, INC.)
350 Marshall Street, Phillipsburg, NJ 08865
Telephone: 908-454-7000
Toll-free: 1-8-NORWESCAP
Fax: 908-859-0729
Email: info@norwescap.org
Website: www.norwescap.org

Executive Director, Terry Newhard

CEED (Cancer Education Early Detection)
Telephone: 908-387-9888

Child & Family Resource Services
Telephone: 908-454-1078

Family Loan & Indiv. Development Accounts
Telephone: 908-454-7000 X 116

First Call for Help
Telephone: 877-661-4357

Homeless Hotline
Telephone: 877-661-4357 (877-661-HELP)

Housing and Energy Services
Telephone toll free: 888-908-454-4778

RSVP (Retired Senior Volunteer Program)
Telephone: 973-784-4900

Head Start
Telephone: 908-454-8830

Early Head Start
Telephone: 908-213-6873

WIC-Women, Infant and Children Supplemental Food Program
Telephone: 800-527-0125 or 908-454-1210

Additional Programs and Locations:

Head Start
535 Fisher Ave., Phillipsburg, NJ 08865
Telephone: 908-454-5936

Head Start
2 Pohatcong Ave., Washington, NJ 07882
Telephone: 908-689-4668

Food Bank
201 N.Broad St., Phillipsburg, NJ 08865
Telephone: 908-454-4322

Family Success Center of Phillipsburg (formerly FACES)
459 Center St., Phillipsburg, NJ 08865
Telephone: 908-213-2679

Career and Life Transitions Center for Women
108 East Washington Ave., Washington, NJ 07882
Telephone: 908-835-2624

NORWESCAP's mission is to strengthen the community by providing cost-effective, coordinated services to those in need; thereby increasing hope and self-esteem, encouraging goal achievement and increasing self-sufficiency.


   
PHILLIPSBURG SCHOOL-BASED YOUTH SERVICES
445 Marshall St., Phillipsburg, NJ 08865
Telephone: 908-213-2596
Fax: 908-213-2062
Website: www.pburgsd.net/sbys

Director, William Horn, MS, CAC, LPC

Provides mental health counseling, medical/dental assistance and after school recreation programs for students attending middle and high school. GED classes and employment training available for Warren County youth ages 16-21. All services are free.

   
SAFE HARBOR EASTON
536 Bushkill Drive, Easton, PA 18042
Telephone: 610-258-5540
Fax: 610-258-8144
Email: trogers@safeharboreaston.org
Website: www.safeharboreaston.com

Executive Director, Tyler Rogers

Safe Harbor Easton is a homeless shelter for single adults, with a capacity for 19 men and 11 women. The emphasis is short-term self-sufficiency and goal-oriented programming. Also operates a daytime drop-in program serving breakfast and lunch 9 a.m.-3 p.m.


   
WC SOIL CONSERVATION DISTRICT
224 W. Stiger Street, Hackettstown, NJ 07840
Telephone: 908-852-2579
Fax: 908-852-2284
Email: smyers@warrencountyscd.com
Website: www.warrencountyscd.com

Chairman, Wayne Jarvis; Vice Chairwoman, Nancy Bilyk; Supervisors, Sylvia Kovacs; Ronald Petersen; Anthony Wyhopen; District Manager, Sandra Myers.

Meetings: Second Wednesday of the month, 6:30 p.m.,
224 W. Stiger Street, Hackettstown


   
SUNRISE HOUSE FOUNDATION
PO Box 600, 37 Sunset Inn Rd., Lafayette, NJ 07848
Telephone: 973-383-6300
Fax: 973-383-3940
Email: info@sunrisehouse.com
Website: www.sunrisehouse.com

Chief Executive Officer, Dr. Philip Horowitz, PhD

A not-for-profit 110-bed residential and detoxification treatment facility focusing on the treatment of persons suffering from substance abuse and substance abuse with coexisting psychiatric and other associated disorders. The goal is to educate and motivate patients and their families to achieve sustained recovery, self-respect and independence in the workplace and community.


   
TOUCHSTONE HALL
35-D Piermont Rd., Rockleigh, NJ 07647
Telephone: 201-784-6490
Fax: 201-784-6495
Email: tmcmahon@vantagenj.org
Website: www.vantagenj.org

Director, Teresa McMahon

A licensed residential treatment program providing alcohol and drug counseling to males ages 13-17 . Services offered include full day academic instruction by NJ licensed teachers, daily group therapy, individual counseling, weekly family therapy, on and off site 12 Step meetings, psychiatric assessment, workshops in anger management, and character development.


   
WC TRANSPORTATION
Easton Coach Company
204 Cameron Dr., Phillipsburg, NJ 08865
Telephone: 908-454-4044
Toll-free: 866-594-4044
Fax: 908-454-1050
Website: www.eastoncoach.com

General Manager, Carl Pierce

Demand Response Services - Provides a wide range of paratransit and special transportation services to eligible Warren County residents. Demand response trips are provided Monday through Friday. There is a suggested fare of $1 per local trip.

Route 57 Shuttle - The Route 57 Shuttle Service consists of two routes (Phillipsburg/Washington and Hackettstown/Washington) that meet at a designated transfer point in Washington Township. Shuttles operate on a schedule with stops every 60 minutes at key locations along the route. There is a suggested fare of $1 per local trip.


   
UNITED WAY OF NORTHERN NJ, WARREN COUNTY
37 Belvidere Ave., Suite 1A, Washington, NJ, 07882
Telephone: 908-835-3550
Fax: 908-835-3551
Email: anna.hockenbury@unitedwaynnj.org
Website: www.unitedwaynnj.org

Chief Professional Officer, Sarah Brelvi

United Way improves lives by mobilizing the caring power of communities to advance the common good.


   
VISITING HOMEMAKER SERVICE OF WC, INC.
18 Broad St., P.O. Box 306, Washington, NJ 07882
Telephone: 908-689-4140
Fax: 908-689-8908
Website: www.vhswc.org

Executive Director, Peggy A. Suydam, R.N., B.A.

Programs include Certified Home Health Aides supervised by Registered Nurses assisting with activities of daily living; Statewide Respite Care Program; Meals at Home Program coordinating meal delivery by volunteers to elderly/disabled home-bound individuals; and the Volunteer Connection to assist the elderly and disabled through programs such as Chore Corps, Friendly Visitor, Volunteer Shopper, Volunteer Transportation, Money Manager and Telephone Reassurance.


   
WC WAR MEMORIAL CORPORATION
322 Market Street, Belvidere, NJ 07823
Telephone: 908-475-1755; 908-475-2995

President, Dennis L. Smith; Vice President, Terry Lee; Secretary, Milly Rice; Treasurer, Andrew Drysdale; Trustees: Leo Becker; Douglas Grunn; Larry Hardy; John Hawk; Charlie Prestopine; Jay Richards; Jack Trimmer.

Founded and maintains the War Memorial at the Courthouse in Belvidere, and assists in conducting the county Veterans Recognition Program.


   
WORKFORCE INVESTMENT BOARD, MORRIS - SUSSEX - WARREN
P.O. Box 900, Morristown, NJ 07963-0900
Telephone: 973-829-8400 Ext. 232
Fax: 973-829-8500
Website: www.mswwib.org

Jack Patten, Director

Chairman, David Hollowell; Vice Chair, Karen Kubert; Vice Chair, Steve Sitek; Warren County Members: Dr. William Austin; George Chando; David Fiore; Robert Glowacky; Dr. Rosalie Lamonte; Scott McGill; Terry Newhard; Robert Peabody; Mary Tucker.

Responsible for planning, policy guidance and oversight of the workforce investment system in the three counties, its goal is to combine area employment, training and supportive services and programs into a consumer based, market driven system that meets the needs of job seekers and employers. The WIB oversees the One-Stop Career Center system, which delivers comprehensive services for workforce investment system customers.


   
YOUTH ADVOCATE PROGRAM
40 E Church Street, Washington, NJ 07882
Telephone: 908-908-835-7913
Fax: 908-908-835-7914

Provides a supported employment program for youth referred by the Warren County Juvenile Probation Division.