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                                       Table of Content
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Food Banks of South Jersey                                    5
Shelter Advisory Board of Willingboro                         9
Shelters                                                      9
Utility Assistance                                           11
Rent Assistance and Affordable Housing                       13
Local Realtors                                               15
Foundation                                                   15
Eye/Hearing/Blind Services                                   15
Suicide Help                                                 16
Medication Programs                                          17
Health Insurance                                             17
Health/Dental Care Services                                  17
Services to Seniors                                          19
Assistance Living Help-Seniors                               20
Day Care for Adults                                          21
Senior Jobs                                                  21
Senior Service Transportation                                22
Prevention and Intervention Services                         23
Illness Services and Assistance                              24
Disabilities Services                                        27
Child Abuse Services                                         30
Children Services                                            30
Day Care for Children                                        32
Youth Achievement Committee                                  32
Pregnancy Help                                               33
Youth Programs and Clubs                                     33
Juvenile Center                                              34
Youth Event and Services                                     35
Run Away/Missing Children Services                           35
Poison Control                                               36
Active/Non Active Duty Assistance                            36
Disaster relief services                                     38
Support Groups and Hot Lines                                 39
I need help “NOW” hotlines                                   42
Alcoholism and Drug programs                                 43
Gambling Help                                                43
Rape/Domestic Violence Advocated and Support                 44
Immigration Services                                         44
Business Services and Opportunities                          45
Free                                                         47
Education                                                    48
Important Courses to Take                                    49
Things you should know                                       50
Unemployment /Employment                                     51
Legal Services                                               52
Grant Sites                                                  54
Animal information                                           54
Other                                                        55




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     Food Banks Of South Jersey


1)   1) Calvary Bible Baptist Church
     594 Beverly-Rancocas Road
     Willingboro, NJ 08046
     609-871-3337

     2) Cathedral of Love
     139 Beverly-Rancocas Road
     Willingboro, NJ 08046
     Elnore Adams – 877-9377
     Monday to Friday 9:30 to 4:30 PM
     By Appointment Only

     3) Delaware Valley Baptist Church
     493 Beverly-Rancocas Road
     Willingboro, NJ 08046
     Tue : 9:00–3:00 call first to set up appointment @ 609-871-2121


     4) Church of the Good Shepherd
     Shepherd's Pantry
     Van Sciver & 110 Buckingham
     Willingboro, NJ 08046 – 609-877-6088
     Saturdays Only 1-2 pm.

     5) Spanis h Ame rican Social Cultural
     201 Charleston Road
     Willingboro, NJ 08046
     609-835-1111 ( by appointment – must call first – food is not always available)

     6) Christian Caring Center
     PO Box 385, Pemberton, NJ 08068 609-893-0700
     378 Lakehurst Rd., Browns Mills, NJ 08015
     M-Sat. 10AM-3PM - christiancaringcenter@yahoo.com

     Each income -qualified household receives a supply of groceries. If we have

     more donations, they can receive more food. "Farmers Against Hunger" donates fresh fruit and
     vegetables every Tuesday. This help is available twice per month, or when an emergency arises.
     Along with food, the families get a voucher to shop in our Thrift Store. It is good for one month
     and we try to get them to shop on Tuesdays and Thursdays as these are "Half Price" days.
     Emergency 3-Day supply of food and clothing, Thrift Store, Community Lunch, NJ Shares
     Utility Program, Salvation Army Services Unit, job training, rural homeless outreach, networking,
     men's shelter, and basket program. During these times, we give away an average of 500 baskets at.




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Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas. Job Training - We train people to re-enter the job market in
the areas of receptionist, retail, cashier, food preparation, and warehouse people. Our trainees
come from our programs and outreaches, as well as from other government programs like Green
Thumb and 55 Plus.



7) The Food Bank of South Jersey
856-662-4884
1501 John Tipton Blvd., Pennsauken, NJ 08110 - http://www.foodbanksj.org

Mission is to assist in the elimination of hunger and malnutrition in Camden, Burlington,
Gloucester, and Salem Counties


8) Fountain of Life Cente r
609-499-2131
2035 Columbus Rd., Burlington, NJ 08016 - http://www.flcnj.org
Tue to Friday: 11 AM or 1:00 PM only. First time visitors must come a little earlier before each
time to get signed in first and they must bring I.D to show who they are. Sign up is with the Office
and or the receptionist.
A church with a variety of outreaches for the surrounding communities; Including prisons,
maternity home, food bank, and counseling in variety of areas, etc.

9) St. Vincent De Paul Society
609-953-0021
Jones Rd., PO Box 1131, Medford, NJ 08055
Ministry: T-F 10AM-2PM, Sat. 10AM-noon - Thrift Store: M noon-3PM, T-F 10AM-3PM, Sat.
10AM-noon

Food, clothing, assistance with utility bills, rents, back fees, security deposits, court fees. Some
home visits. Decisions for allocations are made on Tuesdays.


10) Eme rgency Services (Catholic Charities)
856-764-6945
After Hours: 856-264-8888, 609-871-4700, 609-267-8500
801 Burlington Ave., Delanco, NJ 08075 - Walk In Hours: M-F 9:30AM-11:30AM, 1-4PM
Emergency services, transitional housing, security deposit, rent, mortgage funding, emergency
food, recycled clothing, furnishings, energy assistance, advocacy, and case management;
Donations accepted.

11) The Salvation Army
908-347-0172
PO Box 3170, Union, NJ 07083

A Short term emergency assistance including with food, clothing, shelter, utilities and
prescriptions. Residential one-week camping program for children (ages 7 to 12) and senior
citizens. Drug and alcohol rehabilitation program. Confidential location.


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12) E&L Caring Agency, Inc.
609-835-9696; 856-461-4999
215 S. Pavilion Ave., Riverside, NJ 08075

Provides transitional housing, referral services, emergency food pantry and beauty salon


13) Interfaith Hos pitality Network
856-638-0110
228 Mt. Laurel Rd., Mt. Laurel, NJ 08054

Must call first – open 7 day a week. 7:00AM to 5:00PM. Sat times are different.

United outreach by the religious community in Burlington County, provide shelter, meals, and assistance to
homeless families in the area . They do not have a soup kitchen or a food pantry.


14) Meals on Wheels Program/Congregate Luncheon Club
(See Burl. Co. Office on Aging) http://nj.gov/health/healthfacilities/index.shtml

Home-delivered meals for the ill, elderly and handicapped (60+ years); Meals served once a day by paid driver.
Congregate Luncheon Club offers lunch and activities, provides referrals to other programs and services.


15) WIC Program
609-267-4304
A program of the Burlington County Health Department , Supplemental food program for women, infants and
children provides free nutritious foods and nutrition counseling to eligible pregnant, postpartum or nursing women
and preschool children.
16) E Z Pantry
856-767-0555
PO Box 478, Atco, NJ 08004

A grocery shopping and delivery service for Camden, Burlington and Gloucester Counties residents; shop from a
catalog and order by phone, we will delivery the following day. They don’t give out free food they have a delivery
service and a catalog you can order from which cost $3.00 for the catalog. Some items may be discounted, call for
more information.

17) SisterHood Inc.
132-136 East Broad Street, Burlington, NJ 08016
609-747-8733
Email: revhilda@juno.com - time Mon-Sat 7am to 7pm - Contact: Rev. Hilda J. Covington

Provide pantry, clothing, social services and counseling. Food needed: non-perishables

18) Saint Mary Street United Methodist Church
482 St. Mark Street, Burlington, NJ 08016 – 609-387-1518 – stmarystreetu@yahoo.com

Tues 11:30 to 12:30 – Provides pantry, clients may pick up food once a month – Contact: Marie Williams

19) Tabernacle Baptist Church
150 East 2nd Street, Burlington, NJ 08016 – 609-386-4785 Contact: Elaine Drayton or Donald Price

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www.tebernacle-burlington.org

Provides pantry on Monday 9am to 12pm and Friday 3:00to 3:30 only All clients must stop at BCCAP first and pick
up a food, furniture form and bring it to the church with them. Soup kitchen will start in Jan. 2008, furniture and
food is offered now and can be delivered. Clothing will start back up in Jan. 2008 also. If you need clothing now
call the SisterHood. They need bath towels, wash cloths and furniture now.

20) Burlington Co. Board of Social Services
609-261-1000
After Hours: 856-264-8888, 609-871-4700, 609-267-8500
795 Woodlane Rd., Mt. Holly, NJ 08060
http://www.bcbss.org

21) PRINCE OF PEACE LUTHERAN CHURCH
61 Route 70 East, Marlton, NJ 08053 - 856-983-0607 - Website: www.lutheran@popmarlton.org
Office: Mon-Fri 10am-4pm - Pantry: Thurs 9:30 am-12pm and by appointment for emergency food
Contact: Janet Ruoff

Provides pantry, clothing on request and referral to a single woman and child program
Food needs: Non-perishables and Thanksgiving and Christmas items around the holidays.
Special needs: Contact the church.
22) FELLOWSHIP OF SENIORS AND PHYSICALLY CHALLENGED
Site: 125 Garden Street, Mount Holly, NJ 08060 - Mail: 212 Independence Drive, Lumberton, NJ 08048
609-267-3134 - 3rd Tues of month - Contact: Melissa Davenport
Provides food pantry
23) SPANISH AMERICAN SOCIAL CULTURAL ASSOCIATION
201 Charleston Road, Willingboro, NJ 08046 - 609-835-1111 - Email: mfeliciano@sascanj.org
Mon-Fri 9am-5pm - Contact: Margie Feliciano
Provides food pantry ( by appointment only)
24) INTERFAITH HOSPITALITY NETWORK OF BURLINGTON COUNTY
228 Mt. Laurel Road, Mount Laurel, NJ 08054
856-638-0110 - Email: ihnbc@aol.com - Website: www.familypromise.org
Office: 7am-5pm 365 days - Contact: Pat Lasusky, Director

Provide shelter at participating churches and a day program for the homeless.
Food needs: Non-perishables, milk, bread, prepared meals at meal times.
Volunteer needs: Shelter volunteers, day program volunteers to serve meals, receptionist
Volunteer requirements: Over 18 or accompanied by parent

25) Parkway Baptist Church
4 Pennypacker Drive
Willingboro, NJ 08046-2619 Tel: (609) 877-7722

I was told they provide food but have not been able to confirm.

26) Contact 211 Eme rgency Services. Phone # 211
27) New Jersey Farme rs Against Hunger

PO Box 331 - Trenton, NJ 08625 - Phone (609) 394-7766 - Fax (609) 292-3978 - http://www.njagsociety.org

Dedicated to collecting fresh fruits and vegetables from farms, farm markets, wholesalers and food distributors and
distributing it to those in need.

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Shelter Advisory Board - Willingboro
       Reva Foster
       Rev. James Betner
       Ruth Allie
       Philippe Floquet
       Anna Robinson
       Dorothy Franc
       Thelma Allen
       Carol Ramsey
       Linda Rotondi
       Wilma Stephenson
       Rovena Brunson
       Jeffrey E. Ramsey, Township Council Liaison
       Jean Metz, Clinical Director

The Shelter Advisory Board meets quarterly on the 2nd Tuesday, and as needed. Meetings are held at the Municipal
Complex.
1)Baptist Home of South Jersey
856-829-2274
303 Bank Ave., Riverton, NJ 08077 - http://www.memberofthefamily.net/watch/315448.htm

Housing and community-based services to the aging population, Goal is to maintain, restore or promote
good health and well-being, in an atmosphere of caring and Christian concern. Services are primarily for
me mbers of supporting churches.
2) Dooley House
Hogan House: 856-541-9050; Dooley House Transportation: 856-541-1347
Mail: 517 Cooper Street, Camden, NJ 08102 - phone 856-541-1154 fax 856-365-8838

http://www.dooleyhouse.org

Dooley House: a transitional home for children who are medically fragile or HIV-positive. Referrals are made
through DYFS. Hogan House: a transitional resident and case management program for homeless adults with
HIV/AIDS. Transportation is available.
3) E&L Caring Agency, Inc.
609-835-9696; 856-461-4999
215 S. Pavilion Ave., Riverside, NJ 08075

Provides transitional housing, referral services, emergency food pantry and beauty salon
4) Homes of Hope ( Salt and Light)

609-261-4571
Holly, NJ 08060

Permanent, long-term rental housing for low- and moderate-income residents of Burlington County,
NO transitional housing. (Houses are available only when they are advertised in the locate paper).

5) Interfaith Hos pitality Network
856-638-0110
228 Mt. Laurel Rd., Mt. Laurel, NJ 08054

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United outreach by the religious community in Burlington County, to provide shelter, meals, and assistance to
homeless families in the area, Emergency help – 7 days a week, 7am to 5pm, call case worker at number
above Tue to Sat 9am to 5pm.
6) Providence House/Willingboro Shelte r of Catholic Charities
856-824-0599; 609-871-7551
PO Box 496, Willingboro, NJ 08046 Outreach Office: 950A Chester Ave., Delran, NJ 08075
http://www.cctrenton.org


Mission is to end the cycle of domestic violence through education, empowerment, and advocacy while providing a
safe haven from abuse at an emergency shelter with

7) Ranch Hope
856-935-1555
PO Box 325, Alloway, NJ 08001

Residential program for troubled boys (age 9 to 16 1/2), Individual, family, group counseling, emotionally
disturbed, neurologically impaired. Learning disabled accepted but not mentally retarded or chronic substance
abusers.
8) The Salvation Army

908-347-0172
PO Box 3170, Union, NJ 07083

Is a Short term emergency assistance providing services for food, clothing, shelter, utilities and
prescriptions, Residential one-week camping program for children (ages 7 to 12) and senior citizens. Drug
and alcohol rehabilitation programs are available, confidential location.
9) Sisterhood Incorporated
609-747-9333
134-136 E. Broad St., PO Box 710, Burlington, NJ 08016 - sisterhood4@juno.com

Advocacy, mentoring and emergency support services for women and children in crisis and transition.
Counseling, career development and parenting classes are available
10) St. Vincent De Paul Society
609-953-0021
Jones Rd., PO Box 1131, Medford, NJ 08055
Ministry: T-F 10AM-2PM, Sat. 10AM-noon - Thrift Store: M noon-3PM, T-F 10AM-3PM, Sat. 10AM-noon

Food, clothing, and assistance with utility bills, rents, back fees, security deposits, and court fees. Some
home visits. Decisions for allocations are made on Tuesdays.
11) Crossroads Programs, Inc.
 610 Beverly- Rancocas Road • Willingboro, NJ 08046
Phone: (609) 880-0210 • Fax: (609) 880-0230
E- mail: info@crossroadsprograms.org - http://www.burlco.lib.nj.us/crossroads

Residential and community based services to homeless, abused, abandoned, and neglected youth. Serve pregnant
and parenting teens, youth transitioning to independent living, and runaway and homeless youth.
12) Victory House (See Ranch Hope)
1025 Linden Ave., Williamstown, NJ 08094

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Residential program for troubled girls age 14 to 18. Individual, family, group counseling, emotionally disturbed,
neurologically impaired, learning disabled accepted but not mentally retarded or chronic substance abusers.
13) Ronald McDonald House of Southern Ne w Jersey, Inc.
856-966-4663 550 Mickle Blvd., Camden, NJ 08103
http://www.ronaldhouse-snj.org

They provides a home-away-from-home for families who are critically ill and injured. Children come from nine
southern counties of New Jersey, while they are receiving medical care at area hospitals.
14) HUD (U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development)
800 Hudson Square, 2nd Fl., Camden, NJ 08102
http://www.hud.gov - 856-757-5081

Information on HUD Programs (including HUD Homes for sale, mortgage insurance, rental assistance) and contact
information for administering agencies.
15) United Way

595 Beverly Rancocas Road, Rancocas, NJ 08073 -609-267-4500 – www.uwburlington.org

Providing basic needs and responding to crisis for homelessness prevention disaster relief and 2-1-1 hotline.
16)Jack Stelle Men's Emergency Shelter – 609-893-0700

Christian Caring Center
PO Box 385
Pemberton, NJ 08068

Our shelter has three beds and one resident manager. We have the privilege of allowing the Lord to use us as He
works Jeremiah 29:11 out in each man. Each man can stay up to six months, must attend at least three meetings per
week (Bible study, church, etc.) and have a job or be at the Center six days per week.


Utility Assistance
1) Cathedral of Love
609-877-9377
139 Beverly-Rancocas Rd., Willingboro, NJ 08046

Providing Willingboro area residents with: utility bill assistance; Christian school (ages 2 1/2 through 3rd grade);
after school program; drug/a lcohol program; summer day camp
2) New Jersey Shares Utility Program

http://www.bpu.state.nj.us/bpu/residential/assistance/ -
Customer Service
1(800)624-0241 for in state callers - 1(973)648-2350

Did you know that if you are having trouble affording your utility bills, there are many options for help, Even if you
do not qualify for low-income status?




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3) LIHEAP
This program helps pay for heating costs and may cover certain medically-necessary cooling expenses. Even if your
heat is included in your rent, you may qualify. Applications for LIHEAP may be submitted from November 1, 2006
through March 31, 2007. For more information, please call 1-800-510-3102

4) Universal Service Fund
The State of New Jersey created the Universal Service Fund (USF) program to help make energy bills more
affordable for low income customers. The goal of the USF program is to ensure that income eligible New Jersey
utility customers pay no more than 6% of their annual income for their natural gas and electric service combined.
Households with income equal to or less than 175% of the Federal Poverty Level are income eligible. The program
is administered by The New Jersey Department of Human Services.
For information about USF, please go to www.energyassistance.nj.gov or call toll free at: 1-866-240-1347

5) Comfort Partners
This Program is designed to improve energy affordability for income eligible households through direct installation
of free energy efficiency measures and education about steps everyone can take to save energy. Participants are
asked to partner with the program to develop and carry out a household energy savings Action Plan.
For more information please call 1-888-773-8326.

6) NJSHARES
NJSHARES is a non-profit corporation organized to provide assistance to individuals and families living in New
Jersey who are in need of temporary help in paying their energy bills. To qualify for NJ SHARES, a person or
family must be facing a financial crisis and not be eligible for welfare. Recipients must also have a history of good-
faith payments of their utility bills. Eligibility is determined by New Jersey SHARES' 68 local social service
agencies. Upon approval, recipients may receive a one-time grant of $250 each for gas and/or electricity.
Please call NJSHARES at 1-866-657-4273 or visit them at www.njshares.org.

7) Winter Termination Program
This program is in effect from November 15 through March 15. The program prevents residential gas and electric
customers who participate in the Lifeline, Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP), Work First New
Jersey/Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (WFNJ/TANF), Federal Supplemental Security Income (SSI),
And Pharmaceutical Assistance to the Aged and Disabled (PAAD) from having their gas or electric service
disconnected during the winter months. The Program is administered by the Board of Public Utilities.
For more information on the Winter Termination Program, please call 1-800-624-0241.

8) Lifeline Program
Lifeline is a program that offers $225 to persons who meet the PAAD eligibility requirements or who receive SSI.
This includes utility customers as well as tenants whose utility bills are included in their rent. Lifeline benefits are
provided for only electricity and natural gas. Approximately 314,000 people received over $70 million in Lifeline

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benefits last year.
For more information about Lifeline, ple ase call 1-800-792-9745.

9) Telephone Assistance
Telephone assistance programs provide a discount on your monthly bill and/or provide a reduction in installation
(hook-up) fees. Eligibility is determined based on your income or participation in other assistance programs. In
general, if you participate in any of the following programs you also may qualify for telephone assistance:
Supplemental Security Income (SSI), Temporary Assistance to Needy Families/Work First New Jersey (TANF),
General Assistance, Lifeline Utility Credit/Tenants Lifeline Assistance, Pharmaceutical Assistance to the Aged and
Disabled (PAAD), Food Stamp Program, Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP/HEAP), Medicaid. You must
contact your local telephone company if you wish to participate in any of the telephone assistance programs.
The following list of telephone assistance programs provides the details of each of the programs that are available to
consumers in the State of New Jersey:
      AT&T Communications of New Jersey, Inc. Lifeline Assistance
      AT&T Communications of New Jersey, Inc. Link Up
      MCImetro Access Transmission Services, Inc. Lifeline Service
      MCImetro Access Transmission Services, Inc. Link Up Service
      Sprint/United Telephone Company of NJ, Inc. Lifeline Service
      Sprint/United Telephone Company of NJ, Inc. Link Up America
      Verizon New Jersey Inc. Lifeline Service
      Verizon New Jersey Inc. Link Up America
      Warwick Valley Telephone Company Lifeline Telephone Service
      Warwick Valley Telephone Company Link Up America
Please contact your local telephone company to participate in any of these programs.



Rent Assistance and Affordable housing Programs
1) Burlington County Rental Assistance Program
609-265-5600
PO Box 6000, Mt. Holly, NJ 08060 - 795 Woodlane Rd., Westampton, NJ 08060

Rent subsidies for families whose income does not exceed 50% of the median family income. Applications
accepted only when announced. All applicants placed on a waiting list.
2) The Affordable Homes Group, Inc.
609-261-4571
94-96 Rancocas Rd., PO Box 249, Mt. Holly, NJ 08060


Provides a wide range of affordable housing services to lower income people – from homelessness to
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3) MEND (Moorestown Ecumenical Neighborhood Development, Inc.)
856-722-7070
99 East Second St., Moorestown, NJ 08057 - http://www.mendinc.org

They are a nonprofit, faith-based owner, manager and developer of affordable housing, and low and moderate-
income residents of Burlington County. Volunteers used for special projects.
4) USDA, Rural Development
609-267-1639 Columbus office
5th Floor North, Suite 500 - 8000 Midlantic Drive - Mt. Laurel, NJ 08054 - Phone: (856) 787-7700
TDD: (856) 787-7784 - http://www.rurdev.usda.gov/nj

They provide loans in rural areas to very low- and low-income applicants in order to obtain decent, safe, and
sanitary housing. Low interest loans and grants to senior citizens who lack repayment ability, in order to repair or
improve their dwellings so they are safe, sanitary, and free of health hazards.
5) Habitat for Humanity - Burlington County, NJ Affiliate, Inc.

1702 Taylors Lane
Cinnaminson NJ 08077 - 856-303-8080 - 856-303-8099 - info@habitatbcnj.org

ReSTORE – building supplies and other needed items

Wednesday, Thursday 9:00am to 7:00pm
Friday                  9:00am to 5:00pm
Saturday                9:00am to 2:00pm




Habitat for Humanity-Trenton Area
601 N. Clinton Avenue
Trenton, NJ 08638
609.393.8009
Fax: 609.393.5593
E-mail address:habitatinfo@habitatta.org

Homeownership for low-income families using as much volunteer labor and donated materials as possible.
Applicants apply for 20 year, no interest mortgage and put in 500 hours labor on Habitat work sites.
6) Home Improvement Loan Program of Burlington Co.
609-265-5072
Burlington County Community Development Office,
PO Box 6000, Mt. Holly, NJ 08060
Human Services Bldg., 2nd Fl., 795 Woodlane Rd., Westampton, NJ 08060
http://co.burlington.nj.us/departments/economic/commdev/housing/cdbg/index.htm

They provide deferred payment or low-interest loans to low-income homeowners to make essential repairs to their
homes.

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7) Burlington County Community Action Program (BCCAP)
609-386-5800
Business Office: 718 Rt. 130 South, Burlington, NJ 08016
Head Start/Healthy Families/Child Care Resource & Referral:
795 Woodlane Rd., Westampton, 609-261-2323
Other Programs: 1 Van Sciver Pkwy., Willingboro, 609-835-4329 - http://www.bccap.com

They offer services to low-income Burlington County residents. Programs address education, housing issues, day
care, and information and referral.


Local Church Members Realtors
1) Coldwell Banker Victory Realty
Beverly Rancocas Road and 130 North
Willingboro, NJ 08046 – 609-877-8815 Gerri Johnson - Owner
gerri.a.johnson@att.net

2) World Properties International
1 Shawmont Lane – Willingboro, NJ 08046 609-877-7300
Shirley Bernard – Broker Associate (Licensed Agent)
http://www.wpiagent.com/shirley
victoryicon49@aol.com



Foundations

Stop Drop your Gun, Inc.                 – Brother Kelly Logan

4202 Route 130 North, Suite 7
Willingboro, NJ 08046
Tel.: 609-835-9783
Email: stopdropyourgun@yahoo.com
Web: www.stopdropyourgun.org
Stop Drop Your Gun, Inc., a violence-prevention organization located in Willingboro, New Jersey is headed by
community leader and former Willingboro police officer Kelly Logan, whose 16-year old daughter Latrece
"Trece" Logan was a victim of gun violence in 2003. A professional football coach by trade, Kelly recently led the
Reading Express arena football team of Reading, PA as head coach, to the Championship games in June of 2007.
Our motto: "Laying guns to rest...not our children," speaks to our continuous efforts to provide at-risk youth
within the Southern New Jersey area and abroad with an alternative to the streets through mentorship and training.


Eye/Hearing Aids/Blind Services

1) New Eyes for the Needy, Inc.
973-376-4903
549 Millburn Ave., PO Box 332, Short Hills, NJ 07078

A national organization with an international reach to provide better vision for the poor by recycling eyeglasses,
jewelry, watches and hearing aids.

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2) NJ Commission for the Blind and Vis ually Impaired
856-614-3000
101 Haddon Ave., 5th Floor, Camden, NJ 08103

Services and programs are available to all visually impaired NJ residents without regard to other disabling
conditions, sex, age, race, nationality or religious and cultural orientation.
3) NJ Division of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
609-984-7281 (V/TTY)
PO Box 074, Trenton, NJ 08625-0074

Provides services to the deaf, hard of hearing, deaf-blind, and late deafened citizens of New Jersey.
4) The Seeing Eye, Inc. 973-539-4425
PO Box 375, Washington Valley Rd., Morristown, NJ 07963
http://www.seeingeye.org

They are enhancing the independence, dignity, and self-confidence of blind people through the use of Seeing Eye
dogs.
5) TDD-Telecommunications/Device for the Deaf
800-852-7899 (TDD); 800-852-7897 (Voice)

Services of AT&T. Intermediary message relay call between hearing and TDD users. Users of intermediary service
must have phone number of person to be called and be willing to assume charges of any calls that are not local.
Record of calls will appear on callers' phone bills.



Suicide Help

1) Sunday Morning
An online resource for Survivors of Suicide.
Phone Number 414.704.9932
P.O. Box 241972
Milwaukee, WI 53224 - Email: survivorsofsuicide@gmail.com - http://www.sunday-am.org/


This website is dedicated to Survivors of Suicide, the loved ones who are grieving a suicide death.
You are not alone. The purpose of this website is to provide valuable resources and information to help Survivors
through their healing process


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3) http://www.suicidology.org
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The American Association of Suicidology is an education and resource organization.
We do not provide direct services. IF YOU ARE IN CRISIS AND NEED IMMEDIATE HELP
please call 1-800-273-TALK (8255).


Medication P rograms
1) Pharmaceutical Assistance to the Aged & Disabled (PAAD)
609-588-7032
PO Box 715, Trenton, NJ 08625-0715

A state-funded prescription program which helps eligible NJ residents with the cost of prescribed medication,
(including insulin, insulin needles, certain diabetic testing materials and syringes, and needles for injectable
medicines used for the treatment of multiple sclerosis).

2) The Medicine Program (Prescription Help) ~ http://www.the medicineprogram.com/

3) Needy Meds ~ http://www.needymeds.com/

Health Insurance
1) NJ Family Care
800-701-0710

The core mission of the NJ Family Care program is to provide health insurance to children who have no insurance.


2)



http://www.cms.hhs.gov/home/schip.asp


3) Free or Low-Cost Health Insurance
http://www.metrokc.gov/health/insurance/

4) Ins ure kids now
http://www.insurekidsnow.gov/



Health Care Services
1) Burlington County Health Department
609-265-5548
Raphael Meadow Health Center, 15 Pioneer Blvd., Westampton, NJ 08060

Health services including: communicable disease control; dental health care; environmental health; pollution
control; chronic illness screening; education programs; maternal child health programs; immunizations; substance
abuse rehabilitation and prevention services for uninsured and under-insured residents


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2) Cancer Education Early Detection Services
609-267-1950
A program of the Burlington County Health Department
Virtua Home Care/Community Nursing Services

Cancer screening tests, physical exams, education and referrals for age-eligible men and women. Exemptions for
age eligibility are made for men and women with family histories of cancer.
3) County Boards of Social Services/Welfare agencies

Human Services Facility
795 Woodlane Road
Mt. Holly, NJ 08060 – (609) 261-1000

Treatment services, providing preventive and follow-up health and dental exams for children under age 21

4) Coriell Institute for Medical Research
856-757-4820
403 Haddon Ave., Camden, NJ 08103
http://www.cimr.umdnj.edu

They are a World renowned bio-medical research institute with major commitments to research on cancer, aging,
birth defects and environmental hazards; on-going educational programs for physicians and other medical
professionals.
5) Immunization Clinic

 609-265-5533
A program of the Burlington County Health Department
15 Pioneer Blvd., Westampton, NJ 08060

Clinics are held for school aged children at the Burlington County Health Department, when scheduled, on the
fourth Monday of the month.
6) Family Planning Services
609-267-1950
A program of the Burlington County Health Department
Virtua Home Care/Community Nursing Services

Low-cost, confidential clinics provide county residents with examinations by a physician; pregnancy testing, STD
testing, family planning. Fees charged on a sliding scale. Some may be eligible to receive services at no charge.
7) Male Family Planning Clinic
609-267-1950
A program of the Burlington County Health Department
Virtua Home Care/Community Nursing Services
Clinic: Tues. 2-5PM, Th. 8:30-11AM: Raphael Meadow Health Center, 15 Pioneer Blvd., Westampton, NJ 08060

Confidential clinic held at BCHD providing family planning information and contraception. No appointment is
necessary.
8) WorldMedAssist – low cost

Offers people a chance to travel abroad for medical treatments and procedures while saving money and having
access to care that equals or surpasses that found in the US.


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http://www.worldmedassist.com/


9) University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Je rsey – low cost
New Jersey Dental School
110 Bergen Street
Newark, NJ 07103-2400
973-972-4300

Temple University
School of Dentistry
3223 N. Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19140
215-707-2803

University of Pennsylvania
School of Dental Medicine
4001 Spruce Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
215-898-8961



Services to Senior

1) Burlington County Office of Aging
609-265-5069
PO Box 6000, Mt. Holly, NJ 08060
Human Services Bldg., 1st Fl., 795 Woodlane Rd., Westampton, NJ 08060
http://www.co.burlington.nj.us/departments/aging/index.htm

The Burlington County Office on Aging plans and coordinates services for senior citizens of Burlington County
2) TRIAD Hotline & Information Calendar
609-265-5796
Burlington County Sheriff's Crime Prevention Unit

Seniors needing assistance can call CONTACT's 24-hour hotline for assistance and referrals (856-234-8888; 609-
267-8500; 609-871-4700). Each year free calendars packed with information of importance to seniors are
distributed.
3) Alzheimer's Association, SJ Chapter
856-797-1212; 800-272-3900
11000 Lincoln Drive West, Ste. 7, Marlton, NJ 08053 - http://www.alz.org

Supports research and provides patient and family support programs and services to those affected by Alzheimer's
disease in Atlantic, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester and Salem Counties
4) Senior Citizen Identification Cards
609-265-5796
Burlington County Sheriff's Crime Prevention Unit

Free photo identification cards are provided to seniors .



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5) Senior Expo
609-265-5796
Burlington County Sheriff's Crime Prevention Unit

This is an Annual event which brings area agencies who serve seniors together to provide information in a face-to-
face setting.
6) Senior Citizen Police Acade my
609-265-5796
Burlington County Sheriff's Crime Prevention Unit

11-week informational program on various crime prevention and law enforcement topics is provided for senior
citizens
7) Senior Networking
609-265-5796
Burlington County Sheriff's Crime Prevention Unit

Seniors are encouraged to form partnerships to look out for each other's well being.
8) Senior Solutions, Inc. of South Jersey
856-810-1106
PO Box 442, Marlton, NJ 08053
seniorsolution@hotmail.com

They Assist senior citizens in safeguarding their most important treasure, their independence through affordable
housing, housing counseling, holiday meals, barbecues, furniture bank, and emergency food.
9) TenderCare
856-234-5999
16 E. Main St., Moorestown, NJ 08057
tenderadc@aol.com

Mission is to enrich the lives of frail older adults and persons with Alzheimer's Disease by providing a broad range
of services including two day centers and transportation to medical appointments.
Home for Aged Women
241 York Street - Burlington, NJ 08046 - 609-386-1709



Assistance Living Help - Seniors
1) Resources for Independent Living, Inc.
856-764-2745 126 Franklin St., Riverside, NJ 08075 - http://www.rilnj.org

Information and referral, peer support and mentoring, independent living skills training, advocacy, computer
training, flower designing program, active volunteer center.
2) Total Living Center
609-965-3734
PO Box 342, Egg Harbor City, NJ 08215

Training for independent living skills; peer support; individual and system advocacy; information and referral; skills
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3) Virtua Lifeline (Homebound Communication Program)
856-325-5320; 800-852-5433
Wm. Rohrer Center for Health Fitness, 2309 Evesham Rd., Voorhees, NJ 08043

A two-way voice emergency response system (button activated) allowing subscribers to continue to live in their
own homes safely, knowing that help is just a button press away.
4) Visiting Nurse and Home maker Services, Inc.
609-267-7417
1603 Rt. 38, Mt. Holly, NJ 08060

Providing quality care to patients and clients so they may remain living independently at home. Holistic approach
addresses the physiological, psychological, and sociological needs of the client. Services are available on both a
planned and emergency basis.
5) Volunteers of America - Del. Valley
856-854-4660
235 White Horse Pike, Collingswood, NJ 08107
http://www.voadv.org

To provide community-based assistance to populations in need so that they can lead self- fulfilled independent lives.


Day Care Centers for Adult
1) Burlington County Adult Medical Day Care Center
609-835-4044
Garfield School, 24 Glenolden Land, Willingboro, NJ 08046

They provide supportive services in a day setting, enabling its participants to remain in their own community ,
reaching out with care for people regardless of race, color, national origin, age, sex, religious creed or handicap.
2) Zurbrugg Adult Medical Day Center (Division of Senior Care Corp. of Ame rica)
856-461-1700
8008 Rt. 130 North, Bldg. B, Ste. 300, Delran, NJ 08075 - M-F 8AM-5PM Sat./Sun. 9AM-2PM

They provide activities, companionship and medical supervision to older adults and provide personal time for their
caregivers. Breakfast and lunch are served daily and can accommodate specialized diets. Transportation is provided
by wheelchair accessible vehicles. NOTE: THIS AGENCY IS NOT IN THE INDEX OF THE BOOK.


Senior Jobs

1) Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (R&SVP)
609-894-9311, ext. 7498 Burlington County College, Rt. 530 Pemberton, NJ 08068 - http://www.bcc.edu

They Place senior citizens in meaningful volunteer positions within the non-profit community. Helps support their
volunteer efforts by insuring them, offering mileage reimbursement, and following up on their volunteer
satisfaction.
2) Experience Works, Inc. (forme rly Green Thumb, Inc.)
732-269-3742
PO Box 8303, Trenton, NJ 08650-0303
http://www.experienceworks.org

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"To put experience to work." Services include: Senior Community Service Employment Program; Staffing Service
for people 40+ years of age; geezer.com website for seniors to market their hand-made crafts.


Senior Services: Transportation
1) MUNICIPAL TRANSIT SERVICE
Evesham Township - (856) 988-9866
• Seniors 55+ and disabled
• Reservations: One week in advance for
medical appointments

• Destinations served: Evesham only
• No fee
• Availability: Monday-Friday 8:30am to 4:00pm
• Wheelchair accessible
• Door side service
• Service - medical appointments, business
Appointments, local shopping                                            Picture from Burlington County
• Evesham residents only.                                                   Transportation Services


Mt. Laurel - (856) 234-2623
• Seniors 62+ and disabled (no age limit)
• Availability: 8:00am-4pm, Mon.-Fri.
Scheduled stops and by appointment

Pemberton Township - (609) 893-4400
• Seniors 55+ and disabled 55+
• Availability: 7:30am-4pm, Mon.-Fri.
• Service - Senior Center only. Times vary
according to activity. Scheduled one day
In advance.

Willingboro - (609) 877-8444
• Seniors 55+
• Availability: 9:00am-5pm, Mon.-Fri.
Appointments only, scheduled one day
Advance
• Fee: $5.00 for 20 rides

2) FISH
856-786-8404
1327 Highland Ave., Cinnaminson, NJ 08077

They provide Transportation to doctor, hospital, X-rays, therapy, or legal obligations. Services limited to residents
of Cinnaminson, Delran, Palmyra, Riverton and Riverside.




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Prevention and Intervention Services

1) Arthritis Foundation - NJ Chapter
856-616-8000
9 Tanner St., East Entry, Haddonfield, NJ 08033 - http://www.arthritis.org

To improve lives through leadership in the prevention, control and cure of arthritis and related diseases
2) Child Health Conferences
609-267-1950
A program of the Burlington County Health Department
Virtua Home Care/Community Nursing Services

Preventative health services: physical exams and immunizations for infants and pre-school children of income
eligible county residents. Clinic sites are located throughout the county.
3) Communicable Disease Control
609-265-5533

They are a program of the Burlington County Health Department. They Investigates specific reportable infectious
diseases and institutes appropriate control and prevention measures, State law requires that all communicable
diseases be reported.
4) Community Right-To-Know
609-265-5515
A program of the Burlington County Health Department

They provide information about hazardous substances in the workplace and the community.
5) Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (South Jersey Branch)
856-429-1101
1415 East Rt. 70, Cherry Hill, NJ 08034
http://www.jdrf.org

The world's leading nonprofit, non-governmental funder of diabetes research, was founded in 1970 by the parents of
children with juvenile diabetes – a disease which strikes suddenly, leaving the child insulin dependent for life and
carrying the constant threat of devastating complications.


6) Recovery
856-983-7291 Meeting: 8PM Mon./7PM Th.: Prince of Peace Lutheran Church 61 Rt. 70 East, Marlton, NJ 08053

They are a nonprofit self-help organization for aftercare to prevent chronicity in nervous patients and relapses in
former mental patients. Anyone over 18 is welcome and may bring a relative or friend if they choose.
7) Drenk Behavioral health Center

218 A. Sunset Road
Willingboro, NJ 08046 – 609-835-6180

Screening Crisis Intervention Program

8) Southen Ne w Jersey REIC
www.njeis.org – 609-267-1952


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Developmental Milestones - developmental and health related needs of children birth to age three

9) Tobacco Control Prevention & Treatment Program
609-265-5529
A program of the Burlington County Health Department

Participates/cooperates with Communities against Tobacco (CAT) coalition in promoting activities aimed at
preventing or reducing tobacco use. Works with local communities and businesses to establish smoke-free policies
and smoke cessation programs.



Illness Services and Assistance
1) AACT-NOW
African American Community Takes New Outreach Worldwide
1562 Route 130 – North Brunswick, NJ 08902 – 732-940-0991 – www.NAMINJ.org

Understanding your illness and allow others to help you through the healing process - Free.

2) AIDS Coalition of Southern NJ
856-933-9500
100 Essex Ave., Ste. 300, Bellmawr, NJ 08031
http://www.acsnj.org

Provides direct services to – information and referral, case management, buddy program, and support groups – as
well as advocates for persons with AIDS, those who are HIV- positive, their families and the worried well.
3) AIDS-HIV Counseling and Testing
800-232-0165
A program of the Burlington County Health Department
Raphael Meadow Health Center, 15 Pioneer Boulevard,
PO Box 6000, Westampton, NJ 08060
Walk-in Clinic Hours: T 3-5PM, Thursday 8-10AM

Free, confidential HIV counseling and testing service.
4) American Cance r Society
856-616-1650; 800-ACS-2345
1851 Old Cuthbert Rd., Cherry Hill, NJ 08034
http://www.cancer.org

Nationwide, community based health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem by
preventing cancer, saving lives and diminishing suffering from cancer through research, education, advocacy and
service.
5) American Diabetes Association
856-482-9047; 888-DIABETES
1060 N. Kings Hwy., Ste. 309, Cherry Hill, NJ 08034
http://www.diabetes.org

They prevent and cure diabetes and to improve the lives of all people affected by diabetes .




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6) American Heart Association
609-267-1019; Heart line: 800-634-1242
600 S. White Horse Pike, Audubon, NJ 08106
http://www.americanheart.org

Research; continuing education for doctors and nurses; referrals for CPR courses in area; heart health education;
work site education programs; literature on request; and memorial contribution program.
7) American Lung Association of NJ
800-LUNG-USA
109 S. Main St., Ste. 18, Cranbury, NJ 08512
http://www.lungusa.org

They Provide services for the purpose of preventing and controlling lung disease, Asthma education, tobacco
programs, COPD support groups, smoking cessation clinics and education materials
8) Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
610-325-6001; 800-378-8423
2004 Sproul Rd., Ste. 208, Broomall, PA 19008
http://www.cff.org

Provide information and referral for patients with Cystic Fibrosis and their families. Provide Public and professional
education and Fundraising to support research and treatment for these patients.
9) Catastrophic Illness in Childre n Relief Fund Commission
800-335-3863
PO Box 700, Trenton, NJ 08625
http://www.state.nj.us/humanservices/catill/cicrf1.html

Financial assistance for families whose children have an illness or condition not covered by insurance, State or
Federal programs, or other source, such as fundraising

10) Dialysis Center of Burlington County
609-261-0440
668 Main St., Mt. Holly, NJ 08060
M/W/F 6:30AM-midnight, T/Th/Sat. 6:30AM-10PM

They provide Hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis for county residents and Transportation for the
elderly/handicapped available if eligible.
11) Extended Family Support Program
890 Rancocas Road – Westampton, NJ 08060 -609-914-0933

Support groups for mental illness. Free

13) Influenza Immunizations
609-265-5533
A program of the Burlington County Health Department

Pneumonia and influenza immunizations are provided for persons designated as "high risk" by the US Hea lth
Service. Times and locations of immunization clinics provided in local newspapers.
14) Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
856-869-0200; 888-920-8557
216 Haddon Ave., Suite 328, Westmont, NJ 08108
http://www.leukemia-lymphoma.org

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They are working to cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin's disease and myeloma and to improve the quality of life
for our patients and their families.


15) Lupus Foundation, SJ Chapter
856-424-0255
1873 Route 70 East, Suite 110F, Cherry Hill, NJ 08003

Mission is to educate and support those affected by Lupus and find a cure.
16) Lyme Disease Association, Inc.
888-366-6611
PO Box 1438, Jackson, NJ 08527
http://www.lymediseaseassociation.org

They are A national, all volunteer, non-profit organization with 95% of all contributions going to our programs,
which include Lyme disease education and research.
17) Lyme Disease Information Group of Burlington County
856-461-3369
PO Box 41, Palmyra, NJ 08065
Meetings: 7PM on 1st Wed. of month: Cinna. Branch Library
1619 Riverton Rd., Cinnaminson, NJ 08077

Provides information and emotional support for people suffering from Lyme disease and provides Lyme disease
education for the general public.

18) March of Dimes - SJ Chapter
856-667-2220; 888-MODIMES
1030 N. Kings Hwy., Suite 300, Cherry Hill, NJ 08034
http://www.modimes.org

Goal is the prevention of birth defects and the promotion of healthy babies, Professional and public health education
materials; films; speaker's bureau; information and referral; community services. Grants for medical services ,
professional and public health education.
19) MossRehab
215-456-9900; 800-CALL-MOSS
1200 W. Tabor Rd., Phila., PA 19141
9892 Bustleton Ave., Phila., PA 19115
100 Old York Rd., Jenkintown, PA 19046
http://www.einstein.edu/phl

They are Inpatient, outpatient, sub-acute and day rehabilitation programs for stroke, traumatic brain injury, joint
replacement, arthritis, amputation and other physical disabilities.
20) Multiple Sclerosis Assoc. of America
856-488-4500; 800-LEARN-MS
706 Haddonfield Rd., Cherry Hill, NJ 08002
MS Housing Corp.: 20 S. Main St., Glassboro, NJ 08028,
856-881-6666
http://www.msaa.com

Direct patient support services to MS victims and related disabilities. They provide Group/spouse/peer counseling;
literature and supplies; equipment loans; newsletter; group social activities; and limited transportation and housing.


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21) Muscular Dystrophy Association
856-810-0800
1002A Lincoln Drive West, Marlton, NJ 08053
http://www.mda.org

MDA is a source for news and information about neuro- muscular diseases, research and services for adults and
children with neuromuscular diseases and their families.
22) National Kidney Foundation of the Delaware Valley
215-923-8611; 800-697-7007
325 Chestnut St., Ste. 725, Phila., PA 19106
http://www.nkfdv.org

They provide patient/community service, public/professional education and research for treatment, prevention, and
cure of all kidney and urological diseases. Support groups, patient workshops, lending library.
23) STD (Sexually Trans mitted Diseases) Services
609-265-5533
A program of the Burlington County Health Department
Raphael Meadow Health Center, 15 Pioneer Blvd., Westampton, NJ 08060
Tues 3-5PM, Thurs. 8:30-10:30AM

Clinic is held at BCHD providing free confidential testing and treatment - no appointment necessary.
24) Tuberculosis Clinic
609-265-5533
A program of the Burlington County Health Department

Free TB control services include screening for TB, chest x-ray, physician consult, prescribed medication, and home
visits for directly observed therapy.



Disabilities Services
1) Advancing Opportunities (The Employment Div. of Cerebral Palsy of NJ, Inc.)
609-392-4004
Services provided to individuals with cognitive and/or physical disabilities to obtain and maintain employment.
Assessment/ career planning, job development, placement, on-and- off site support, follow-along and worksite
accommodations.
2) The Arc of Burlington County
856-764-9494
One Underwood Ct., Unit 2, Delran, NJ 08075
http://www.arcofburlington.org

They serve adults and children with mental retardation problems and other developmental disabilities. Burlington
County.


3) Burlington County Behavioral Health Care Division/Catholic Charities
609-267-9339
25 Ikea Dr., Westampton, NJ 08060




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Mental health programs providing social and vocational rehabilitation, supervised residency, partial care programs,
counseling and addiction treatment

4) Burlington County Adjuster's Office
609-265-5289
49 Rancocas Rd., Mt. Holly, NJ 08060

They Schedule patients for psychiatric hearings in many NJ facility, when they are admitted through the county.
They determine whether patients are financially capable of paying for services received.
5) Burlington County Special Services School District
609-261-5600
20 Pioneer Blvd., Box 775, Mt. Holly, NJ 08060
http://www.bcsssd.k12.nj.us

They Operates three schools, providing educational programs and therapeutic services for more than 1,300 special
needs pupils.
6) Durand Acade my
856-845-0666
230 N. Evergreen Ave., Woodbury, NJ 08095
http://www.durandac.org

They provide serve to children and young adults with autism, behavior disorders and multiple disabilities, School;
residential services; family support services; accredited clinic and agency; family counseling; parent training and
support and advocacy.
7) Families Finding Hope
609-702-9988
72 High St., Mt. Holly, NJ 08060

A family support organization that represents and responds to the issues of parents/guardians of children with
emotional, behavioral and mental disorders. Parent advocacy; education and training; strength based family
activities; family companion support, resource library and quarterly newsletters.
8) The Marie H. Achenbach School of the Deaf
609-530-3156
PO Box 535, Trenton, NJ 08625-535
320 Sullivan Way, West Trenton, NJ 08628
http://www.mksd.org

Provides a comprehensive educational experience for deaf and hard-of-hearing children from (birth to 21), they
provide a day or residential program. Additional programs: multi-handicapped/deaf blind, and PLUS for children
with emotional disturbances.



9) Kings way Learning Center
856-428-8108
144 Kings Hwy., Haddonfield, NJ 08033
http://www.kingswaylc.com

A non-profit, special education school devoted to the academic/therapeutic needs of children with multiple
developmental and learning disabilities, Serves children from four NJ counties and Philadelphia.


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10) Larc School
856-933-3725
1089 Creek Rd., Bellmawr, NJ 08031

They provide special education school serving students (ages 3 to 21) with multiple disabilities. Individualized
programs provided using an integrated team-approach model. Family support services, respite program and social
activities.
11) Learning Disabilities Society
609-267-5433
PO Box 387, Lumberton, NJ 08048

They provide parent information and advice about learning disabilities. Midway School: a non-public school
approved by the State to receive learning disabled children throughout Burlington County school districts. Fee paid
by sending district. Camp Melpine: a day camp for children.

12) NJ Div. of Developmental Disabilities
609-633-1128
Statewide Info./Referral: 800-792-8858; 800-832-9173
Capital Center, 50 E. State St., 4th Fl., Trenton, NJ 08625

They provide Services for persons with developmental disabilities to assist in living as independently as possible.
Work and day programs, case management, program support, family support as well as community respite
residences.
13) NJ Division of Vocational Rehabilitation
609-518-3948
795 Woodlane Rd., Westampton, NJ 08060
http://www.wnjpin.net

Provides vocational rehabilitation services to enable persons with physical or mental disabilities to obtain or remain
in employment. Services may include diagnostic evaluation, vocational counseling and guidance, physical
restoration, training, and job placement.
14) Occupational Training Cente r of Burlington County (OTC)
609-267-6677
130 Hancock La., Mt. Holly, NJ 08060
http://www.otcbc.org

They Provide individuals with disabilities job placement, job coaching services and assistance in preparing for the
workplace vocationally, socially and personally through job training.


15) Overeaters Anonymous
609-239-0022

Fellowship for those who meet to help one another understand and overcome their common problem of compulsive
overeating. Call for information on local meetings.
16) Personal Assistance Services Program (PASP)
609-265-5223
After Hours: 856-264-8888; 609-871-4700; 609-267-8500
Human Services Bldg., 795 Woodlane Rd., Westampton, NJ 08060

Personal care for individuals (age 18 to 65) who are permanently physically disabled needing help with essential
tasks of daily living. Services provided are non-medical. Goal is to enable individuals with physical disabilities to
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work, go to school and live independently.
17) Persons-At-Risk-Program
609-265-5796

Burlington County Sheriff's Crime Prevention Unit
Confidential police computer database containing crucial descriptive inf ormation and a current photograph available
18) Unicorn Handicapped Horseback Riding
609-953-0255
40 Cooper-Tomlinson Rd., Medford, NJ 08055

Unicorn provides therapeutic horseback riding to children and adults with special needs.


Child Abuse Services
1) Child Advocacy Center
609-265-5881
Prosecutor's Office, 118 High St., Mt. Holly, NJ 08060
http://www.co.burlington.nj.us/departments/prosecutor/units/index.htm

Responding to child abuse victims. Each case is tracked from the time of disclosure through final disposition. A
team approach provides investigative expertise, mental health services, criminal justice system advocacy, crisis
intervention and child protective and social services as needed. Community education programs available.
2) NJ Division of Youth and Family Services (DYFS)
800-847-1753
After Hours: 800-792-8610; Adoption Resource Center (ARC): 800-982-7395
1000 Howard Blvd., Ste. 300, Mt. Laurel, NJ 08054

Protecion of children from abuse and neglect. Assessment and evaluation of families to determine appropriate
services. Foster care placement. Case management services. Adoption services provided through the Adoption
Resource Center.



Children Services
1) Child Fingerprint Program
609-265-5785
Burlington County Sheriff's Community Services Unit

Fingerprints children and provides their parents with an emergency Child Identification Record booklet, which
includes the child's descriptive information, a place for a photograph and the fingerprint impressions, should the
child ever be reported missing. Groups are welcome to schedule for this free service.


2) Child Safety Seat Inspection Program
609-265-5128
Burlington County Sheriff's Department
Available to Burlington County residents only. New Jersey State Certified technicians are available to check for
unsafe seats and recalls and to make sure that the seat is installed correctly. To schedule an appointment or locate a
checkpoint near you, please call. They sponsor a workshop once a month and they have daily emergency
appointments. You have to call for dates, times and check point locations.

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3) Family Circle Cooperative Play Group
856-234-6818
PO Box 537, Moorestown, NJ 08057
St. Matthew's Lutheran Church, Chester Ave., Moorestown, NJ 08057

Non-profit, non-denominational, cooperative play group. Mothers must stay with child and actively participate on a
regular basis. Tuition covers church donation, insurance and some supplies. Mothers take turns leading the group
and planning activities and snacks.
4) Infant Apnea Evaluation Center
856-342-2600; 856-342-2602
Cooper Hospital, One Cooper Plaza, Camden, NJ 08103

Information for families of babies on monitors due to being high risks for Sudden Infant Death Syndrome.
5) Lead Poisoning Prevention Program
609-267-1950
A program of the Burlington County Health Department
Virtua Home Care/Community Nursing Services

Preventive education and case management of lead poisoned children. Free lead screening for eligible children aged
6 months to 5 years. Times 9Am to 4PM – Mon thur Fridays.

6) Special Child Health Services and Early Interve ntion Program
609-267-1950
A program of the Burlington County Health Department
Virtua Home Care/Community Nursing Services
Provides information, referral and case management services to disabled, chronically ill and handicapped children
under 21 years of age.
7) Special Education Services
609-261-5600

Superintendent of Schools Office, 3 Union St., PO Box 6000, Mt. Holly, NJ 08060 Information and assistance to
parents and school districts about special education programs and services. Works with school districts on
developing programs, and on an annual directory of services, including changes in rules and regulations. Assistance
provided to parents and districts in resolving disagreements about services for special education students.

8) Sudden Infant Death Cente r of NJ
800-545-7437
254 Easton Ave., New Brunswick, NJ 08901
www2.umdnj.edu/sids

Provision of clinical service to families who have lost a child to SIDS and unexpected death to age of 3. Provides
education to the citizens of New Jersey about SIDS risk-reduction and manage a statewide database.


9) Willingboro Clinical Se rvices
609-871-9248
427 JFK Way, Willingboro, NJ 08046

Free counseling service to residents of Willingboro when children present the problem.

Day Care Centers for children

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1) Burlington County Day Care & Family Development Council, Inc.
609-871-8484
56 Brooklawn Drive (at the school), Willingboro, NJ 08046
For children (ages 3 mos. to 5 yrs.) of low income families residing in Burlington County. Breakfast, lunch and
snack provided

2) Christ Community Evangelistic Church
    411 Beverly Rancocas Road – Willingboro, NJ 08046 609- 871-8400

Information on day care and state certified programs.
3) Community Development Corp. (DEPTH Child and Family Development Center)
609-261-2211
47 Mill St., Mt. Holly, NJ 08060

Provides quality child day care that addresses the nutritional, developmental, and special needs of the children
enrolled.
4) Head Start Child Development Program
609-261-2323
(See BCCAP)
Human Services Bldg., 795 Woodlane Rd., Mt. Holly, NJ 08060

A free preschool child development program for low-income and handicapped children between the ages of 3 and 5
years


5) Cherry Cain – Mothe r Day Care Center
Willingboro, NJ
609-835-2534


6) Lizett Paramore
Home Based Day Care Center
Willingboro, NJ 08046
609-835-7841

Youth Achievement Committee
Telephone Number
877-2200
Voice Mail Number 6204

       Sandra Solomon
       Gigila Moore
       Kim Chiolan
       Sherrie Morris
       Lizzie Morris
       Sarah Holley
       Thelma Allen
       Anthony Clemons
       Bettye Scott
       Christine Spruill
       Lavonne Johnson

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Meetings are held September through December on an as needed basis at the Municipal Complex.


Pregnancy Help and information

1) 1st Way of Burlington County, Inc.
800-848-5683
PO Box 246, Beverly, NJ 08010
313 W. Broad St., Burlington, NJ 08016 - M/T/W 10AM-2PM, Th 6-8PM, W 7-9PM
Provides pregnancy tests, maternity and baby clothes, formula, food, diapers, referrals to pre-natal clinics and other
agencies that will help the pregnant girl or woman. All services are free and confidential.
2) Burlington Project T.E.A.C.H.
609-267-7595
704 Woodlane Rd., Mt. Holly, NJ 08060

School based program designed to work with parenting/pregnant youth. Includes individualized academic
instruction, maternal and child health care, counseling, career guidance and resource assistance. Students attend
school with their babies.

3) Abba Pregnancy Center
856-829-0202; 800-548-5433 (24 hr.)
257 W. Broad St., Palmyra, NJ 08065
Branch & Filbert Sts., Medford, NJ
http://www.abbapregnancy.org
Ministers to the needs of women with unplanned pregnancies and offers practical help and support to overcome the
problems created by an unwanted pregnancy so that a woman will choose to bring her child to term rather than abort
4) New Life Pregnancy Center
609-265-9017; 609-265-8222
69 High St., Mt. Holly, NJ 08060

A Christian organization devoted to the well being of pregnant women.
5) The Children’s Home Society
635 South Clinton Ave – Trenton, NJ 08611 – www.chsofnj.org – 609-695-6274

Pregnancy and birth parent services - Free

Youth P rograms and Clubs
1) Afri-Female Institute, Inc.
609-877-9383
39 E. Stokes Rd., Willingboro, NJ 08046
http://www.youngsavvyentrepreneurs.com
Meeting the unique needs of girls (ages 12 to 17) regardless of race, creed or socio-economic status. Building
character and purpose; helping young girls grow into self-respecting, self- confident young women.
2) Big Brothe rs/Big Sisters of Burlington County
609-239-5200
215 Warren St., Beverly, NJ 08010 - bbbsbc@hotmail.com

Assisting boys and girls at risk from single parent homes or dysfunctional families and providing them with a
qualified mentor to serve as friend, guide, confidant and positive role model.


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3) Boy Scouts of Ame rica, Burlington County Council
609-261-5850
PO Box 246, Rancocas, NJ 08073 - 693 Rancocas Rd., Mt. Holly, NJ 08060

Preparing young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetime by instilling in them the values of the
Scout Oath and Law.


4) Boys and Girls Club of Burlington County
609-387-8133
PO Box 2623, Willingboro, NJ 08046
Mission is to inspire and enable all young people, especially those from disadvantaged circumstances, to realize
their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens.
5) D.A.R.E. Program (Drug Awareness Resistance Education)
609-265-5785

Burlington County Sheriff's Department Community Services Unit
Supports municipal school districts with certified instructors in this nationwide program. Any district
whose municipal police department does not have the resources to provide this service may request
information from the Sheriff's Department.

6) Young Life South Je rsey
856-235-1732
PO Box 205, Moorestown, NJ 08057
http://www.ylsj.com

Young Life seeks to build relationships with every high school kid and introduce them to the Christian faith, with
hopes that they will eventually return to the church of their choice.
7) Youth Opportunity Program
(See One-Stop Career Center)
609-518-0149
795 Woodlane Rd., PO Box 6000, Mt. Holly, NJ 08060



Juvenile Center
1) Burlington County Juvenile Detention Center
609-726-7150, 609-726-7210
PO Box 6000, Mt. Holly, NJ 08060 - 620 Pemberton-Browns Mills Rd., New Lisbon, NJ 08064

24-hour coed facility with a capacity for 24 juveniles that provides for the lawful detention of juveniles involved in
criminal matters pending disposition by the Family Court.
2) The Children's Home
609-267-1550
243 Pine St., Mt. Holly, NJ 08060 - http://www.childrens-home.org

To help children and their families by providing professional and support services which enable them to achieve
their full potential.

3) Crossroads Programs, Inc.
609-261-5400
662 Main Street, Lumberton Twp., Mt. Holly, NJ 08060 - http://www.burlco.lib.nj.us/crossroads

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Residential and community based services to homeless, abused, abandoned, and neglected youth. Serve pregnant
and parenting teens, youth transitioning to independent living, and runaway and homeless youth.



Youth Event and services
1) Youth Appreciation Day
609-265-5785
Burlington County Sheriff's Department Community Services Unit
Annual event held in October for kids (age 7 to 14) who have remained drug and alcohol free. Provides a full
Saturday of fun and games, food, giveaways, rides and great door prizes. The event is advertised in the local
newspapers and on the Sheriff's Department website.
2) Youth ID Cards
609-265-5785
Burlington County Sheriff's Department Community Services Unit

Provides a photo ID card for youths up to age 14. Applicants must provide 2 forms of identification such as a birth
certificate or social security card. Appointment required.
3) Youth Opportunity Program
(See One-Stop Career Center)
609-518-0149 - 795 Woodlane Rd., PO Box 6000, Mt. Holly, NJ 08060
4) Youth Police Academy
609-265-5785
Burlington County Sheriff's Department Community Services Unit
Program for youth (age 7 to 14), held on 3 consecutive Saturday mornings. Teaches children about the Police and
Emergency services, as well as safety and escape techniques should someone try to abduct them. A free Youth ID
Card is provided. Topics covered include bicycle patrol, gun safety, cultural diversity, police canine and fire safety.


5) Junior Achievement of NJ, Inc.
609-880-1885
4306B Route 130 North, Willingboro, NJ 08046
http://www.ja.org

Educates and inspires young people to value free enterprise, business and economics to improve the quality of their
lives. Programs for elementary, middle and high school students. Integrates program materials, training and support
to provide the successful bridge between education and business.




6. Triad House:
Triad House is a residential group home for 12 GLBTQ
youth ages 14-18, who have abuse and neglect issues.
Our youth face numerous challenges.


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     LifeTies, Inc.
   Administrative Office
John S. Watson Sr. Building
  2205 Pennington Road
    Trenton, NJ 08638
       609-771-1600
    Fax: 609-530-1648
   qstarr@lifetiesinc.org


      Triad House
      609-771-4221
    Fax: 609-538-0106
 kgilmore@lifetiesinc.org


    Rainbow House
       609-394-6747
    Fax: 609-396-5848
   tbass@lifetiesinc.org


     Mary's Place
      609-882-4481
   Fax: 609-882-4661
 rwilkins@lifetiesinc.org


        T.I.L.T.
  1901 N. Olden Avenue
          Suite 43
    Trenton, NJ 08618
       609-671-0040
    Fax: 609-671-1500
  bgibson@lifetiesinc.org




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7. HomeFront is a non-profit agency providing a comprehensive network of
services for the poor and homeless in Mercer County, New Jersey. Mercer County
includes Princeton, Lawrenceville, Ewing and Trenton. It is racially, ethnically,
socially and economically diverse.
1880 Princeton Avenue
Lawrenceville, NJ 08648
609 989-9417




8. Anchor House Shelter
482 Centre Street
Trenton, NJ 08611
Phone: (609) 396-8329
E-mail: shelter@anchorhousenj.org


Is family, school, work, peer or drug pressures more than you can handle? If so
contact Anchor House for that 24/7 connection
Anchor House is for youths ages 10 to 17


• 24 Hour Emergencies

• Shelter, Food, Clothing

• Individual and Family Counseling

• Teen Support Group

• Parent Support Group

• School and Street Outreach

• all services are FREE


Anchorage
740 Greenwood Avenue
Trenton, NJ 08609
Phone: (609) 989-1625

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Email: anchorage@anchorhousenj.org

Anchorage is for youths ages 18 to 21

• Long Term Shelter


• Life Skills


• Employment & Educational Services

Angel’s Wings is an emergency respite program for abused and neglected children
ages birth to 12 years who are referred by the state Division of Youth & Family
Services. The program has two primary components: a community home where the
children stay, and parent support services for natural and foster families. The
program’s community home is run by live-in parents who provide 24 hour care for
the children.




Run Away/ Missing Children Services
1) Child Find of America
Location Program: 800-426-5678 (800IAMLOST)
Mediation Program: 800-292-9688 (800AWAYOUT)
243 Main St., PO Box 277, New Paltz, NY 12561
http://www.childfindofamerica.org

Location Program: for children who have run away or have been abducted by a parent or a stranger. Mediation
Program: for parents who have abducted their own children and wish to mediate a co-parenting agreement.


2) National Center for Missing and Exploited Children
800-843-5678 (800THELOST)
http://www.missingkids.com

Working with the US Department of Justice to serve as a resource to 17,000 police departments nationwide in the
search for missing children.


3) National Runaway Switchboard
800-621-4000
3080 N. Lincoln Ave., Chicago, IL 60657
http://www.nrscrisisline.org
Information and referral, crisis intervention to runaways and other homeless or troubled youth on confidential
hotline. Messages can be delivered to parent/guardian with available call back for a reply. Conferencing between

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caller and service agencies available.
4) Vanished Children's Alliance (VCA)
800-826-4743
2095 Park Ave., San Jose, CA 95126
http://www.vca.org

A national nonprofit, dedicated to protecting all children from disappearing. Educates the public and professionals
about the serious issue of abducted and runaway children. Works to prevent, locate and recover child victims, and
reunite them with their families, in collaboration with law enforcement, communities and other credible agencies.



5. Somerset Home for Temporarily Displaced Children.

The Somerset Home for Temporarily Displaced Children is a nonprofit corporation
dedicated to providing a variety of services to youth and young adults at risk of
homelessness or maltreatment.

Over 500 children, teens, and families are assisted by the 70 Somerset Home staff
members each year. Located in Bridgewater, NJ, the Somerset Home provides
services to youth from throughout central New Jersey. Call us anytime at 908-526-
6605.




Poison Control
1) Poison Control Center of New Jersey
800-962-1253

In cases of suspected poisoning, call for immediate recommendations for treatment. Also provides information on
the effects of drugs.
2) Poison Help

1800-222-1222


Active/Non Active Duty Assistance

1) Active Duty Assistance Program
609-265-5222
Human Services, 795 Woodlane Rd., Westampton, NJ 08060

Administered under the Office of Human Services, ADAP provides resource, referral and support services to
families of activated military personnel living in Burlington County. Works in conjunction with McGuire's
FRC/FSC and Ft. Dix ACS.
2) Ft. Dix Family Se rvices
609-562-2767
Army Community Service Ctr., Bldg. 5201, Ft. Dix, NJ 08640
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Direct social services to military personnel and families. Information, referral and follow-up, child development,
services for the handicapped, intervention, treatment and prevention of family violence.
3) McGuire AFB Youth Activities
609-754-2050
Youth Activities Ctr., 2905 Tuskegee Airmen Ave.,
305 SVS/SVYY, Bldg. 3830, McGuire AFB, NJ 08641

Programs for children of active and retired military personnel, members of reserve components and Dept. of
Defense civilian employees. Meeting place for youth-oriented organizations such as Scouting and 4-H.
4) Veterans Services of Burlington County
609-265-5008; 609-265-5247
PO Box 6000, Mt. Holly, NJ 08060
Human Services Bldg., 795 Woodlane Rd., Westampton, NJ 08060

Provide services to all veterans, retirees and dependants in obtaining entitlements provided by law: disability
pensions, housing, education, medical, pharmacy, counseling, death benefits, etc.
5) Vietnam Veterans of Ame rica
800-775-8387

Devoted primarily to resolving ongoing problems resulting from the Vietnam conflict. Call for pick-up of items to
be donated (clothing, shoes, bedding, house wares, small working appliances. No furniture or vehicles.) Drivers will
leave a tax-deductible receipt.
6) Operation: Military Kids

Gloria Kraft
NJ 4-H M ilitary Liaison at kraft@njaes.rutgers.edu
609-265-5052
Rachel Lyons
NJ OMK Co-Pro ject Director - lyons@njaes.rutgers.edu
973-285-8300 X3.
www.operationmilitarykids.org



7)

http://www.sba.gov/patriotexpress/index.html

Patriot Express Pilot Loan Initiative

Overview - The U.S. Small Business Administration has announced the SBA’s Patriot Express Pilot Loan Initiative
for veterans and members of the military community wanting to establish or expand small businesses.




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Disaster relief and disaster services

1) American Red Cross, Burlington County Chapter
609-267-9595
1632 Rt. 38, Mt. Holly, NJ 08060
http://www.redcross.org

Disaster relief; community preparedness; blood services; military family assistance; HIV/AIDS education;
involvement in international crises; emergency education; water safety/rescue; first aid; CPR/AED education;
workplace health education
2) Burlington County Eme rgency Manage ment Services
609-261-3900
One Academy Dr., PO Box 6000, Westampton, NJ 08060

Responds to natural disasters and hazardous substance spills. Central Communications answers 911 calls, providing
police/fire/ emergency medical dispatch services. Forensic Laboratory provides criminal evidence and expert
testimony in cases involving controlled dangerous substances. Public Safety Training Center is used for police
officer firearms training and certifications.


3) Burlington County Environmental Health Services
609-265-5515

A program of the Burlington County Health Department Inspections, investigations and enforcement actions in
accordance with state law and municipal ordinances. Non-emergency complaints must be filed at municipal
buildings or at Burlington County Health Department.
4) Burlington County First Aid Acade my
609-518-2887
Academy Dr., Westampton, NJ 08060

Trains local emergency squad members and fire department personnel as emergency medical technicians
(EMTs). Volunteers must be trained EMTs.
5) Gun Trigger Locks Program
609-265-5785
Burlington County Sheriff's Department Community Services Unit

Free trigger locks or cable gun locks to prevent accidental discharge by a child or unauthorized person. All
firearms not in use should be unloaded and locked in a secure location.
6) Small Business - Disaster Recovery Plan

http://www.sba.gov/idc/groups/public/documents/sba_homepage/serv_da_disastr_revcovery_plan.pdf

7) Disaster Preparedness
SBA Program Office

http://www.sba.gov/services/disasterassistance/disasterpreparedness/index.html




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Support Groups and Hot Lines
1) Compassionate Friends
877-969-0010
Burlington County Chapter: 856-983-2242 - PO Box 3696, Oak Brook, IL 60522

Family support group for death of a child (including adult children); open to parents, siblings, and
grandparents, regardless of circumstances, child's age or how recently the death


2) Ronald McDonald House of Southern Ne w Jersey, Inc.
856-966-4663 550 Mickle Blvd., Camden, NJ 08103 - http://www.ronaldhouse-snj.org

Provides a home-away-from- home for families of critically ill and injured children from the nine southern
counties of New Jersey while they are receiving medical care at area hospitals.


3) CONTACT of Burlington County
Office: 856-234-5484; 609-267-3760
Helplines: 856-234-8888; 609-871-4700; 609-267-8500
Teenlines: (M-F 5-9PM) 856-234-0634; 609-871-1433
Kidsline: 609-261-2220
Petfriends: 800-404-PETS
PO Box 333, Moorestown, NJ 08057
http://www.contactburlco.org

24-hour telephone helpline service, staffed by trained volunteers. Dedicated to maintaining the highest
quality service in a sensitive and caring manner reflecting a genuine respect and acceptance of those
served.


4) Family Support Organization of Burlington
774 Eayrestown Road, Lumberton, NJ 08048 -609-265-8838 youth 609-265-7088
Peer to Peer Support
5) HOPING (Helping Other Parents in Normal Grief)
856-234-8888; 609-267-8500; 690-871-4700

Support group for grieving parents. Meets monthly and establishes a supportive network with other
parents who have experienced the loss of a child, either during pregnancy, at birth, or up to one year. Calls
are taken by CONTACT.

6) Make-A-Wish Foundation
800-722-9474
Philadelphia Office: 610-277-1770
3550 North Central Ave., Ste. 300, Phoenix, AZ 85012 - http://www.wish.org

A non-profit organization dedicated to granting the wishes of children with life-threatening illnesses to
enrich the human experience with hope, strength and joy.



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7) The Sunshine Foundation, SJ Chapter
609-953-2141
PO Box 1504, Medford, NJ 08055
http://www.sunshinefoundation.org/southjersey

A non-profit charitable organization that grants dreams to terminally and chronically ill and abused children.
8) Autism Society of America
856-234-1294
10 Shadow Oak Ct., Mt. Laurel, NJ 08054
http://www.solvingthepuzzle.org

Support group for parents of autistic children; information and resources for the autistic community; recreational
activities for autistic persons and their families

9) Bayada Nurses
856-231-0200
1000 Lenola Rd., Ste. 102, Maple Shade, NJ 08052
http://www.bayada.com
Goal is to give the finest home care service available to families in need by providing skilled nursing,
personal care and companionship.
10) Burlington County Sheriff's Department
609-265-5767
49 Rancocas Rd., Mt. Holly, NJ 08060
http://www.co.burlington.nj.us/departments/sheriff/index.htm

Provides several free programs for the citizens of Burlington County, including special programs for the elderly and
youth.
11) Burlington County Supe rior Court – Juvenile Conference Committee Program
609-518-2547
49 Rancocas Rd., Mt. Holly, NJ 08060
A diversionary program for first time juvenile offenders who have minor complaints signed against them.
12) Burlington County Youth Se rvices Advisory Council
609-518-2656
Family Case Mgmt., 3rd Fl., New Courts Facility,
49 Rancocas Rd., Mt. Holly, NJ 08060

An advisory body to the Freeholders and the Superior Court on issues concerning youth and families involved, or at
risk of involvement, with the Family Court.

13) Child Support Hotline
800-621-5437

Provides information to parents or legal guardians on: locating the absent parent; determining if the person is legally
responsible; court orders for financial or medical support; enforcing child support. Childhood
14) Citizen Advocacy Program

55 High Street, Mt. Holly NJ 08060 – 609-267-5880 – www.citizenadvocacynj.org - FREE

Support system for individuals with developmental disabilities.




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15) Nami Face Support Group
856-235-7456
PO Box 536, Moorestown, NJ 08057
Meetings: 2nd/4th Mon. of the month, 7:30PM - 9:30PM: First Presbyterian Church, Moorestown, NJ 08057
namiface@aol.com

Our goal is "to be there": that is to be available when families, caregivers, and mentally ill persons need help,
guidance and sympathetic ears.
16) National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
609-877-4042
PO Box 524, Bordentown, NJ 08505

Goal is to improve social and economic status of minority groups, eliminate prejudice and keep public aware of
adverse effects of racial discrimination. Gives help and links those in need with appropriate referral within the
community network.

17) Parkinson's Support Group (Mt. Holly Chapter)
609-261-7040
Meeting: 7:30PM-9:00PM on 3rd Wed. of month: Virtua Memorial Hospital, Madison Ave., Mt. Holly, NJ 08060
Information and support for victims of the disease.
18) Samaritan Hospice
800-229-8183 5 Eves Dr., Ste. 300, Marlton, NJ 08053
http://www.samaritanhospice.org

Responds to the needs of all people faced with serious illness or grief. Comfort, care and support are provided to all
patients and families regardless of their ability to pay.

19) SASCA Hispanic Social Service Center
609-835-1111 Levitt Pkwy. & Charleston Rd., PO Box 2248, Willingboro, NJ 08046
Advancing and promoting the social, economic, educational, civic and recreational opportunities of Hispanic
residents of the county while being receptive to needs and problems of the general public.
20) South Je rsey Survivors of Violent Crimes (SJSVC)
856-866-2066
PO Box 332, Moorestown, NJ 08057
http://www.sjsvc.org

Victim Services Center addresses the comprehensive needs of victims, providing homicide and suicide clean-up
services, crisis counseling, system-wide advocacy, educational programs and other essential services. Center for
Traumatic Grief offers specialized individual, family and group counseling services following the traumatic death of
a loved one due to murder, suicide, vehicle crash or other sudden fatal accident.

21) Tourette Syndrome Association of New Jersey, Inc.
908-575-7350; 732-972-4459
26 West High St., Somerville, NJ 08876
http://www.tsanj.org

Mission is to support the needs of families with TS through advocacy, education and public awareness. Services
include support groups in hospitals throughout the state, a helpline, a website and a newsletter. Provide in-service
education, liaison and training for school personnel.




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22) Victim/Witness Advocacy of the Burlington County Prosecutor's Office
609-265-5048
49 Rancocas Rd., PO Box 6000, Mt. Holly, NJ 08060
Working to support and expand victim-witness services throughout the county and provide victims with services
that will help them cope with the aftermath of victimization.
23) Virtua Homecare/Community Nursing Services
856-581-7200
523 Fellowship Rd., Ste. 250, Mt. Laurel, NJ 08054

Committed to the promotion and maintaining of health and the prevention of disease and disability. The agency
serves its cause by providing family centered care for the sick, disabled, and terminally ill in the home and through
participation in community health programs.

24) Volunteers of America - Del. Valley
856-854-4660
235 White Horse Pike, Collingswood, NJ 08107
http://www.voadv.org
To provide community-based assistance to populations in need so that they can lead self- fulfilled, independent
lives.
25) Willingboro Clinical Se rvices
609-871-9248
427 JFK Way, Willingboro, NJ 08046

Free counseling service to residents of Willingboro when children present the problem.

26) Wome n's Opportunity Center
856-234-6200
Family "Y" of Burlington County: 5001 Centerton Rd., Mt. Laurel, NJ 08054
YMCA, Riverfront Branch: 302 Commerce Square Blvd., Burlington, NJ 08016, 609-543- 6200
http://www.dhnnj.org

Committed to empowering women in transition from separation, divorce, death or disability of a spouse. Helps
women gain economic self-sufficiency through education, job readiness, networking, outreach, referrals, support,
and promotes awareness of women's rights and issues through public advocacy.
27) You are not alone

1888-68women – wwwchoicesnow.org

A woman’s resource center-FREE


I need help Now sites
http://www.troubledwith.com/
http://www.needhim.org/
http://www.nj211.org/
http://www.womensinfo.ca/en/I_Need_Help.htm
http://www.cancer.gov/help
http://www.nostigma.org/i_need_help_now.php
http://www.free.ed.gov/



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Alcoholism & Drug

1) Adult Children of Alcoholics
800-322-5525
Support group based on the 12-step program of Alcoholics Anonymous for co-dependents and adult
children of alcoholics.
2) Alcoholis m & Drug Abuse Programs
609-265-5530

A program of the Burlington County Health Department Provides referral services for indigent residents to adult
and adolescent outpatient and inpatient treatment programs, halfway houses and mentally ill chemical abuser
programs.

3) Burlington Comprehensive Counseling
609-267-3610
75 Washington St., Mt. Holly, NJ 08060
Outpatient treatment for substance abuse, both drug-free and methadone. AIDS testing/education, drug evaluations,
drug-free counseling, drug testing via monitored urine samples, methadone detoxification and methadone
maintenance. Services are also available to the deaf.
4) Burlington County Drug Abuse Program (Post House)
609-726-7155, 609-726-7156
PO Box 6000, Mt. Holly, NJ 08060
610 Pemberton-Browns Mills Rd., New Lisbon, NJ 08064

Substance abuse treatment for adults. Inpatient and out-patient programs utilize behavior modification techniques,
12-Step recovery programs of AA/NA and counseling. Admissions require an on-site evaluation, available by
appointment only.

5) Narcotics Anonymous
800-992-0401
Self-help support group based on the 12-step program of Alcoholics Anonymous.
6) United Way of Burlington County
609-267-4500
595 Beverly-Rancocas Rd., PO Box 226, Rancocas, NJ 08073
http://www.uwburlington.org

A locally run volunteer organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for the people of our community.

Gambling Help
1) Gamble rs Anonymous
856-429-6516

A fellowship of men and women who share experiences, strength and hope with each other to recover from
compulsive gambling. Programs follow 12 steps adapted from AA

2) New Jersey Lottery
1888-Gambler

Gambler problems – lottery is not child’s play.


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Rape/ Domestic Violence Advocates & Support Contacts Information
1) SART
Lourdes Medical Center of Willingboro, 609-835-2900

Myths and Facts about Sexual Assault, Rape information and examinations.

2) Help for Crime Victims
http://www.ncvc.org/ncvc/main.aspx?dbName=DocumentViewer&DocumentID=32834


3)
S tatewide                         NJ Coalition for Battered Women                        800-572-7233
                                   Battered Lesbian Hotline (NJ only)                     800-224-0211
                                   Child Abuse Hotline                                    877-NJ-ABUSE
                                   Child Support Assistance                               877-NJ-KIDS1
                                   Crime Victim Compensation                              877-658-2221
                                   M anavi for South Asian Women                          908-687-2662
                                   Office of Victim-Witness Advocacy                      609-896-8855
Burlington County                  Office of Victim-Witness Advocacy                      609-265-5048
                                   Providence House                                       609-871-7551
                                   South Jersey Legal Services                            609-261-1088
                                   Women's Referral Central                               800-322-8092
Camden County                      Coalition Against Rape & Abuse                         609-522-6489
                                   Family Counseling Service                              856-964-7378
                                   Office of Victim-Witness Advocacy                      856-225-8431
                                   South Jersey Legal Services                            800-496-4570
                                   Women's Center/SOLACE                                  856-227-1234



4) Providence House
20 Salem Road
Willingboro, NJ 08046 – 609-871-7551


Immigration Services
1) Immigration and Refugee Service
856-910-8723
4817 Westfield Ave., Pennsauken, NJ 08110
migration@snip.net
Supports and serves any refugees who have settled in this area. This is a program of Catholic Social 2) Services of
the Camden Diocese.
2) Servicios Latinos de Burlington County
609-518-7171
60 High St., Mt. Holly, NJ 08060
servicioslatinos@hotmail.com

Advancing the county's Hispanic population by providing individual clients with assistance in translation and in the
security of education, employment, housing, transportation, health and other related services.




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Business Services and Opportunities
1) Small Business Administration
973-645-2434
2 Gateway Center, 15th Fl. , Newark, NJ 07102

Mandated by the US Congress to serve the small business community with financial, management and procurement
assistance. Provides counseling to area businesspeople in management procedures.
2) Social Security Administration
800-772-1213
Evergreen Plaza, 1710 Rt. 38, Mt. Holly, NJ 08060
http://www.ssa.gov Administration of all federal Social Security programs, including retirement, survivors,
disability, supplemental social security (SSI), Medicare eligibility, etc.
3) Assessment Tool – Thinking about opening up a business?

SBA Program Office

http://www.sba.gov/assessmenttool/index.html
4) Free learning by audio and video – Business information

http://www.sba.gov/tools/audiovideo/deliveringsuccess/index.html
5) Free computer programs/education and other free stuff

http://www.freeprograms.com/

http://www.free-stuff.me.uk/free/education_and_teaching/software/
6) Free Online Retail Store (Wholesale products)

http://victoryicon49.fsc2.com

       Hundreds of products. You keep ALL of the profits.
       No inventory to stock. We drop-ship to your customers.
       Your own web site. Free training and support.
We'll put you in business with your own fully stocked, e-commerce enabled online store...for FREE.


7) Silent Liaison PR
4202 Route 130 North, Suite 7
Willingboro, NJ 08046
http://www.silentliaison.com
info@silentliaison.com


Founded in 2000, Silent Liaison PR specializes in public relations, business printing, image consulting, and
promotional resources. For more information, visit Silent Liaison on the Web at www.silentliaison.com.




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8) Credit USA
Credit Restoration Company
And Business Opportunity
Call Shirley Bernard – 609.424.8468
Independent Associate
www.a1creditusa.com


9) http://www.mbda.gov/




10) http://www.nmbc.org/




11) http://www.mbemag.com/




12) http://www.grantsforwome n.org/




13) Jocelyn Artistic Reflections Hair Shop
Home based Business – hair braiding, pony tails, etc.
609-0877-9566

14) Ron’s Ribs
1110 Sunset Road, Burlington, NJ 08016 - 609-386-7427



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15) Kim Anthony – Home/Pe rsonal Care Products
One Spirit Self Care Products
Willingboro, NJ
www.onespirit.org/kmanthony
609- 835-7152

16) Cherry Cain – Mothe r Day Care Center
Willingboro, NJ
609-835-2534

17) Silent Disciples Mime and Dance Ministry
Sister Bridgett McCray
Willingboro, NJ 08046
609- 877-9566

18) John Dingle
One Way Gospel Artists
Willingboro, NJ

19) Joe Dingle
J2 Productions Gospel Artists
Willingboro, NJ

20) Christopher Norman
Willingboro, NJ 08046
Young Christian Rapper
609-835-2419

21) Dottie Tutt
Cleaning
856-986-0245

22) Lizett Paramore
Home Based Day Care Center
Willingboro, NJ 08046
609-835-7841


23) Modina Heckstall
Custom Sewing
609-835-7857

24) Sister Margo Jackson – Herbal Supply
Burlington, NJ
609-386-0029


Free
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http://www.scholarships.com/
http://www.free.ed.gov/


Education
1) Education Hotline
800-792-8670
4 Quakerbridge Plaza, CN540, Trenton, NJ 08625

Information on: financia l aid; GED; day care facilities at colleges; senior programs; adult school programs; state
university and colleges; graduate/professional study; vocational- technical schools; business, trade and technical
schools; bilingual programs; apprenticeship programs; external degree programs, etc


2)




http://www.free.ed.gov/


3) Law Enforcement Explorer Post
609-265-5785
Burlington County Sheriff's Department Community Services Unit
For boys and girls (ages 14 to 20) who have an interest in pursuing a career in law enforcement. Meets every other
Tuesday evening with speakers who specialize in various law enforcement specialties and field trips scheduled
throughout the year.
4) Literacy Volunteers of America in Burlington County
609-877-5566
PO Box 2746, Willingboro, NJ 08046
429 Kennedy Way, Rm. 222, Willingboro, NJ 08046
http://www.burlco.lib.nj.us/lvabc

Provides free literacy instruction to adults through trained volunteers; offers support services and resources to
volunteers and students; collaborates with other agencies .

5) Prevention Plus of Burlington County
609-261-0001 1824 Rt. 38 East, Suite B, Mt. Holly, NJ 08060
Free literature on alcoholism, drug and tobacco use and related topics such as HIV/AIDS, co-dependency and Fetal
Alcohol Syndrome. Videos available for loan. Prevention education for children, parenting training, educator
training, congregational training and courses for DAD/DADC credit hours.
6) Project Child Find
800-322-8174 NJ Dept. of Education, PO Box 500, Trenton, NJ 08625

Free public awareness/referral service to assist parents and professionals by identifying available early intervention,
preschool handicapped and special education programs throughout the state. Develops and distributes information
to the public about early intervention and special education services for children (birth to 21 years).

7) Public Safety Center
609-261-3900 One Academy Dr., Westampton, NJ 08060

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Office of Emergency Management helps residents prepare for, respond to, and recover from emergencies and
disasters; Forensic Science Laboratory services local law enforcement in drug analysis, blood alcohol
determination, arson analysis, urine confirmation; Central Communications Center handles 911 response
services for the entire county.
8) Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Burlington County Family & Consumer Sciences: 609-265-5051
4-H Youth Development: 609-265-5052 Agriculture Program: 609-265-5050
49 Rancocas Rd., PO Box 6000, Mt. Holly, NJ 08060
http://www.rce.rutgers.edu

Programs on food/nutrition; housing/energy; human development/family relations; and financial management
education. Youth activity programs for grades K-12. Educational programs available through clubs, school
enrichment and special events. Soil testing, programs in agriculture, horticulture, environment and natural
resources.

9) Free Online Courses
SBA Program Office
http://www.sba.gov/services/training/onlinecourses/index.html

Provide information on managing and starting a business.


10)




www.connectionsacademy.com

Provides compensation checks for eligible clients. Administers unemployment insurance benefits

11) http://www.managementhelp.org/commskls/cmm_writ.htm

 Business Writer's Free Library

12) Vegetarian Information

http://www.goveg.com/books.asp



Important Courses to take
1) CAT Eyes (Community Anti-Terroris m Training Initiative)
Sponsored by Burl. Co. Sheriff's Office & Burl. Co. Prosecutor's Office
http://www.cateyesprogram.com
Enhancing neighborhood security, heightening the community's powers of observation and encouraging mutual
assistance and concern among neighbors. Involves the joint efforts of federal, state and local governments and
community residents. Information about 2-hour course and schedule provided online .
2) Senior Citizen Police Acade my
609-265-5796
Burlington County Sheriff's Crime Prevention Unit


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11-week informational program on various crime prevention and law enforcement topics is provided for senior
citizens.


3) LIFE SKILLS FOR VOCATIONAL SUCCESS - http://www.workshopsinc.com/manual/

             Social SkillsDecision-Making
                          Skills
                      Employability
                  Money Management
                     Transportation
                         Health
                 Family Responsibilities
                  Basic Understanding
                       of the Law
                    Telephone Skills


4) Life Skills

http://www.lifeskillstraining.org/

http://www.goodcharacter.com/MStopics.html
5) Disaster Preparedness

SBA Program Office

http://www.sba.gov/services/disasterassistance/disasterpreparedness/index.html


Things you should know
http://www.bible.org/page.php?page_id=536

http://www.houghtonmifflinbooks.com/booksellers/press_release/100words/

http://www.firstalert.com/smoke_fire.php

http://www.firstalert.com/carbon_monoxide.php

http://www.popularmechanics.com/blogs/technology_news/4221635.html

http://www.cancer.org/docroot/CRI/content/CRI_2_6x_What_Every_Woman_Should_Know_About_Cervical_Can
cer_and_the_Human_Papilloma_Virus.asp

http://skepticsannotatedbible.com/good/long.html - really good




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Unemployment/Employment
1) NJ Department of Labor Une mployment and Disability Insurance Claims
609-518-3958
795 Woodlane Rd., Westampton, NJ 08060
http://www.wnjpin.net


2) NJ Division of Employme nt Services (Workforce New Jersey)
856-614-3150
(See One-Stop Career Center)
2600 Mt. Ephraim Ave., Suite 102, Camden, NJ 08101
http://www.wnjpin.net

"World of Work" workshops; job seeking and job information. Employment counseling; job referrals; aptitude
testing; TJTC certification; referral to supporting services; proficiency testing.
3) One-Stop Career Center
609-518-3900
(See NJ Division of Employment Services)
795 Woodlane Rd., Mt. Holly, NJ 08060
or http://www.burlcowib.com/jobs

Provides job seekers and employers with a complete array of labor market and work preparation services.
4) Occupational Training Cente r of Burlington County (OTC)
609-267-6677
130 Hancock La., Mt. Holly, NJ 08060
http://www.otcbc.org

Provides individuals with disabilities job placement, job coaching services and assistance in preparing for the
workplace vocationally, socially and personally through job training.
5) P.O.S.T.E.C. (Professional Office Skills Training & Enhancement Cente r)
609-386-7379
426 High St., Burlington, NJ 08016

Provides job skills and life skills training for adults; math and language tutorial programs for children; along with
various mentoring and intervention programs.
6) Workforce New Jersey
(See One Stop Career Center)
609-518-4780 – 609-518-3948
Human Services Bldg., 795 Woodlane Rd., Westampton, NJ 08060 – dvrburli@dol.state.nj.us

Enables clients to attend training, actively seek work or accept employment. Case managers provide guidance and
counseling and network to obtain information on available programs, grants and jobs openings. Assists with
childcare and training-related expenses such as transportation. Addresses family issues and problems that may be a
barrier to self- sufficiency.
7) Home Schooling - To discover more about Connections Academy, visit our website at www.connectionsacademy.com or call us
toll-free at 1-800-382-6010




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Legal Services
1) Better Business Bureau of Central and Southern NJ
609-588-0808
1700 Whitehorse-Hamilton Sq. Rd., Hamilton Square, NJ 08690

Mediation/arbitration service to consumers with problems in the marketplace. Information on businesses.
Educational service to schools, colleges, service and community groups through talks and to the general public
through news releases and spot announcements on radio and TV.
2) Camden Regional Legal Services
609-261-1088
107 High St., Mt. Holly, NJ 08060

Provides free legal assistance to low income people in certain types of civil cases. Practice concentrates on
preserving housing, services for victims of domestic violence, and assisting people obtaining and retaining public
benefits.
3) Burlington County Office of Consume r Affairs
609-265-5054, 609-265-5098
49 Rancocas Rd., Mt. Holly, NJ 08060

Investigates and mediates marketplace complaints; counsels on consumer rights, provides consumer education and
pamphlets; monitors for consumer fraud; provides landlord tenancy information; directs inquires to appropriate
agencies.

4) Burlington County Probation Departme nt
Supervision Services: 609-518-2885
Support Enforcement Services: 609-518-2750
49 Rancocas Rd., Mt. Holly, NJ 08060

Supervision Services monitors any persons placed on probation by the courts and those required to perform
community services. Support Enforcement Services enforces and monitors all child support orders which are
payable through the Probation Division.
5) Court Liaison Program
609-265-5335
A program of the Burlington County Health Department

Providing evaluation and treatment referrals for drug/alcohol dependant defendants. Program includes both adults
and juveniles and aims to recommend treatment in lieu of incarceration when appropriate .
6) Court Resource Center
609-518-2515
49 Rancocas Rd., 3rd Fl., Mt. Holly, NJ 08060

Intake Unit provides information/referrals on the court system, mediation programs, county services and other
agencies. Municipal Court Dispute Resolution Program provides mediation in the local courts using trained
volunteers. Also providing mediation in Small Claims Court, family mediation in custody and visitation matters,
and research evaluation and program development of alternative dispute resolution programs.



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7) Family Case Management Office
856-518-2645
Family Division Superior Court, 3rd Floor, 49 Rancocas Rd., Mt. Holly, NJ 08060

Juvenile delinquency complaints, petitions of support, custody, paternity, visitation, termination of parental rights,
abuse neglect and domestic violence complaints: 856-518- 2645. Dissolution complaints/pre-judgment motions:
856-518-2621. Direct filing of dissolution (divorce) complaints and post-judgment motions: Central Processing
Unit, 1st Fl., Clerk's Office.


8) Lawyer Referral Telephone Service
609-261-4862; 609-261-4542
45 Grant St., Mt. Holly, NJ 08060
http://www.burlcobar.org
Provides legal referral to residents of Burlington County. Attorney will speak with client for reduced fee of $35.
9) NJ Division of Civil Rights
856-614-2550
One Port Center, 2 Riverside Dr., Ste. 402, Camden, NJ 08103

Investigates complaints of employment, housing and public accommodation; discrimination because of race,
religion, color, national origin, nationality, age, ancestry, marital status, sex, handicap, or liability for service in the
Armed Forces. Complaints may be made by phone, letter or in person.

10) NJ Office of the Public Defender
609-292-7087
Burlington County Office: 609-518-3060; Legal Guardian/Juvenile Program: 609-292-0220;
Dispute Settlement: 609-292-1773; Mental Health/Guardianship Advocacy: 609-292-1780
PO Box 850, Hughes Justice Center, Trenton, NJ 08625
For citizen complaints, call your state senator or assemblyman or the Office of Constituent Relations, Governor's
Office, 609-777-2500.
11) NJ State Board of Medical Examiners
609-826-7100
140 E. Front St., PO Box 183, Trenton, NJ 08625
http://www.state.nj.us/lps/ca

Sets education, training and examination requirements for doctors and disciplines those physicians who do not
comply with the standards set by law.

12) Public Defender's Office – Burlington County Trial Region
609-518-3060 50 Rancocas Rd., Mt. Holly, NJ 08606
Legal representation for indigent people , juveniles and adults, who are charged with criminal offenses and
cannot pay. Interpreter available.

13) Secret Witness Hotline
609-267-7667

Crime tip hotline set up by the County Prosecutor's Office to allow citizens the opportunity to report crimes without
making direct contact with the police.

14) Social Services Unit, Burlington County Jail
609-265-5080
54 Grant St., Mt. Holly, NJ 08060


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Provides inmates with psychological and vocational counseling along with casework services. Screening for
psychiatric, emotional, behavioral, social and legal problems. Crisis intervention, counseling and referral. Weekly
AA/NA meetings.
15)Bail Bondman Service

http://www.bailyes.com/


16) Tel-Consumer (NJ Division of Consumer Affairs)
800-242-5846
124 Halsey St. Newark, NJ 07102

Statewide toll-free information system for consumers. Tape-recorded messages in areas of consumer interest, i.e.
appliances, contracts, taxes, travel, etc. Messages describe federal and state regulations, give general information
about the topic and refer callers to specific agencies where they can get help with individual problems or file
complaints. Free guide of listings available.
17) Government Accountability office - http://www.gao.gov/legal.htm -


Grants Sites
http://12.46.245.173/pls/portal30/CATALOG.TYP_ASSISTANCE_DYN.show
http://12.46.245.173/pls/portal30/CATALOG.GRANT_PROPOSAL_DYN.show
http://12.46.245.173/pls/portal30/CATALOG.TOPTEN_PROG_RPT.show
http://12.46.245.173/pls/portal30/CATALOG.ADDDED_PROGS_RPT.show
http://www.usa.gov/
http://www.grants.gov/
http://www.fedbizopps.gov/
http://www.usa.gov/shopping/shopping.shtml
http://www.hhs.gov/grantsnet/
http://www.acf.hhs.gov/index.html
http://www.acf.hhs.gov/acf_contact_us.html
http://www.ed.gov/fund/landing.jhtml?src=ct

Animal

1) Animal Shelter
609-265-5073
A program of the Burlington County Health Department
Academy Dr., Westampton, NJ
http://www.co.burlington.nj.us/departments/animal_shelter/index.htm
M/Th 11AM-7PM, T/W/F 11AM-4PM, Sat. 11AM-3:45PM

Regional shelter providing services for stray and unwanted animals. Shelter works with municipal animal control
officers.


2) Animal Welfare Association
856-424-2288
509 Centennial Blvd., Voorhees, NJ 08043


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M-TH 1-8PM, F/Sat./Sun. 1-5PM
http://www.awa-voorhees.petfinder.org

Dedicated to eliminating animal suffering, promoting the importance of the human-animal bond and improving
recognition of the role of animals in the well-being of people.


3) Burlington County Animal Alliance
609-880-1235
7 Pioneer Ln., Willingboro, NJ 08046
9AM-9PM
http://www.bcaa.petfinder.org
Provides permanent, loving homes to shelter animals and educates the public to spay and neuter all pets in order to
help eliminate the suffering and euthanasia of unwanted animals.
4) PetFriends, Inc.
856-667-1717; 800-404-PETS
33 E. Central Ave., Moorestown, NJ 08057
A nonprofit volunteer organization providing compassionate telephone support to people who have lost, or who
anticipate losing a pet through death or any other kind of separation.

5) Rabies Control Program
609-265-5528
A program of the Burlington County Health Department

Municipal officials, veterinarians, and BCHD personnel work closely together to safeguard against the spre ad of
rabies through public education, surveillance and monitoring, rabies testing, and immunization.
6) New Jersey Dept of Health & Senior Se rvices
Pet Overpopulation Control Fund
PO Box 360
Trenton, NJ 08625
609-292-7837
When and if state funds are available, spay/neuter surgery is very low cost for pets of people with low income.
Check the web site for more information about eligibility requirements and/or call by phone. Many veterinary
clinics around the state are participating. http://www.state.nj.us/health/cd/spayneut.htm
7) Petco

http://www.petco.com/petco_Page_PC_veterinaryservices_Nav_132.aspx




8 ) Welcome to Dog Gone Good Stuff

http://www.doggonegoodstuff.com/


Other sites of interest
1) Do not call list
https://www.donotcall.gov/

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2) Reports & Studies - good stuff

http://www.ncvc.org/ncvc/main.aspx?dbID=DB_ReportsStudies213

3) Public Policies – good stuff

http://www.ncvc.org/ncvc/main.aspx?dbID=DB_Agenda774

4) Great Teaching site

http://www.reallygoodstuff.com/


5) Behind the Scenes guild to the things we buy

http://www.worldwatch.org/taxonomy/term/44

6) Private Labels site

http://www.goodstuff.com/

7) SCIENCE HOBBYIST
http://amasci.com/unew.html

8) Jokes for when you get older

http://www.suddenlysenior.com/othergoodstuff.html

9) Bringing the love back

http://www.pionlinestores.com/parable/item.Passion-and-Purity-Learning-to-Bring-Your- Love-Life-
Under-Ch.9780800758189.htm

http://www.rbc.org/bible_study/discovery_series/booklet/31056.aspx

10) What’s hot in stock
http://www2.barchart.com/whotupd.asp




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