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We provide a wide range of information about support, resources, and services for families in Middlesex County, New Jersey.

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Middlesex ResourceNet is sponsored by Coordinated Family Care.

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PLR Motivational Speaking & Resources Unlimited

Our mission is to provide career development, college preparation, life coaching, mentoring, workshops, motivational speaking and free computer use to youths and adults. We will use the wrap around model to individualize each plan to fulfill needs.

Forward Interventions & Learning

Forward Interventions and Learning provides in-home clinical and behavioral assistance services to family, children and youths. Our services are tailored to assist and support families during crisis situations, provide them with stabilization services and referred them to other mental health services for more advanced treatment when required. Through diverse forms of psychotherapy, clinical counseling and behavioral interventions Forward Interventions licensed professionals are able to treat children and youths in their natural environments.

Social Success Services, Inc.

With a highly qualified staff of therapists, behavior assistants, and mentors supported by an efficient and experienced administrative group, SSSI provides outstanding services to children and families throughout all of New Jersey.

Ride Back Home

Please find this FREE resource available to youth who are missing and need to get back home. They must contact the National Runaway Safeline to initiate their ride back home (also a resource for the guardian as well)! From the link attached it looks like MOST of the Greyhound stops around the country (the most popular anyway) are included for the "Ride Back Home" program. Basically the ride will be Greyhound stops ONLY. Call to start the process "NRS helpline at 1-800-786-2929." Greyhound offering free rides home for runaways between ages of 12 and 21

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