Resource Directory

Agency Phone Number Address Description
(215) 878-3400
2801 Grant Ave.
Philadelphia, PA 19114

The Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD) is one of the world’s largest organizations using applied behavior analysis in the treatment of autism spectrum disorders. CARD offers early intervention services for infants and toddlers, as well as training programs for their families.

(856) 983-3900
765 East Route 70
Building A-100
Marlton, NJ 08053

CFG offers a full range of services including: individual therapy; couples and family therapy; child and adolescent mental health; psychiatric evaluations; medication management; and school based evaluations.

One of the things that sets the Center for Family Guidance, PC apart as a leader in behavioral health is their wide range of treatment options. From traditional treatments, like therapy and medication management, to their cutting edge treatments involving telepsychiatry and tele-behavioral health services. Please explore the range of options they have available to improve your life and the lives of your family. You can now access therapy sessions from the comfort of your own home.


856) 964-1990
584 Benson St.
Camden, NJ 08103

With a professional commitment to high quality services, their employees balance best practice and cutting edge approaches with personalized care to have the greatest impact in improving the lives of everyone they serve.

Center For Family Services has been a force for positive change since 1920. They have a proven track record of accomplishments working with neighborhood residents, schools, government leaders, corporate partners, and social service providers across the community. Recognized as a top workplace in the greater Philadelphia region, their network of more than 700 staff are their most valuable asset and resource. Through more than 70 programs, they offer a wide range of services that support people in finding the vision, the hope, and the strength for a better life.

Whether it’s a child who is ready for preschool, a young person in need of the support of a mentor, a teen without a safe place to call home, a family facing the trauma of domestic violence, a person seeking help for an addiction, or a family in crisis, their dedicated staff are here to help. They are here to heal, educate, and protect children and families. Their goal is to break the cycle of poverty, violence, trauma, and addiction and to help people to overcome obstacles, to find comfort, and to build the foundation for a successful future.

(856) 853-6490
1150 Delsea Dr.
Westville, NJ 08093

The Center for Independent Living of South Jersey Inc. (CILSJ) is dedicated to providing people with disabilities the opportunity to actively participate in society. Provides information, referral, peer counseling, skills training, advocacy, and a variety of services to people with disabilities, based on individual needs.

(855) 852-8150
2050 Voorhees Town Center
Voorhees, NJ 08043

CNNH provides evaluation, diagnosis and treatment services for neurological, neuropsychiatric, developmental, behavioral, cognitive and other related disorders with the understanding that each person is unique. Their personalized care for children and adults allows for targeted medical, cognitive, and behavioral therapeutic strategies, resulting in improved clinical outcomes and quality of life for individuals and their families. They specialize in treating autism, ADHD, developmental delays, epilepsy/seizures, anxiety/mood, headaches, sleep disorders, TICS/Tourette's, concussion, and more!


(856) 983-3866
5000 Sagemore Dr.
Suite 205
Marlton, NJ 08053

Their staff represent years of experience in the best outpatient clinics, medical centers and academic settings. Many are recognized nationally and regionally for their expertise and contributions to their individual fields.


(732) 994-3710
208 West State St.
Trenton, NJ 08608

Centria is a leading national provider of in-home ABA therapy to children with Autism. They currently operate in 9 states and are excited to be in New Jersey. They accept most insurances and currently have no wait list. Their team includes experienced clinicians and personalized care coordination services.


(856) 716-2100
445 Woodbury-Glassboro Rd.
Suite 1
Sewell, NJ 08080

CGS Family Partnership is a community-based non-profit social service agency that provides care: moderate and intensive level case management and services to children, youth, and families. 


(609) 760-1971

Don't struggle alone..Come and gather information and support from families who are optimizing their child's academic and social functioning, raising much needed self-esteem! Research states that 30% of children diagnosed with ADHD are not completing high school...let's delete this devastating statistic, a meeting at a time.

When: Presentations and support group meetings are held on the 3rd Wednesday of every month from 7:30 pm to 9:00PM except for June, July and August

Where: The Family Support Organization of Burlington County, 1632 Route 38 East, Hollytown Business Center, Lumberton, NJ 08048

Meetings are FREE, baby sitting available for free. RSVP if babysitting is needed!!! CHADD groups are financially supported by memberships and donations, so we kindly ask you to consider joining CHADD to help support our mission of improving the lives of those affected by AD/HD. Your CHADD membership or donation will help support our satellite. Karen Lowry is the coordinator.


(609) 707-8389
511 Fireside Ln.
Cherry Hill, NJ 08003

Recreational Little League Baseball for children & young adults ages 4-25


(856) 577-0966
1010 Haddonfield Berlin Rd.
Suite 404
Voorhees, NJ 08043

No two children have the same background, special needs or learning style. That's why Cheerful Chatter's speech and language pathologist will create a truly individualized speech therapy plan for every child. All of their plans combine direct instruction, parent training, and tools for family members to use in a way that works for them, their child, and their home. They also offer social skills, comprehensive and targeted evaluations, and tele-therapy.


(610) 649-1080
1845 Walnut St.
15th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19103

CFATC is a leader in child and adolescent counseling/art therapy in the Main Line & Philadelphia. Compassionate, creative counselors implement Mike Fogel’s award-winning therapy programs for children and teens, ages 4-19, including: individual art-play therapy with parent support, teen girls’ groups, Art of Friendship Social Skills Program, & Camp Pegasus. Our counselors ONLY work with children, teens, and parents. As child specialists, they know how kids think, feel, communicate, and cope. As parent supporters and trainers, they know how families work and how parents can best help their child overcome even the most difficult challenges. They want to share their passion for counseling children and their child-friendly approaches with you and your child.


(609) 631-2800
3575 Quakerbridge Rd.
Trenton, NJ 08619

Children’s Specialized Hospital is a leading provider of inpatient and outpatient care for children from birth to 21 years of age facing special health challenges. At 12 different New Jersey Locations, pediatric specialists partner with families to provide many innovative therapies and medical treatments as effective and personalized as possible.

(850) 888-2260
3122 Mahan Dr.
Suite 801-273
Tallahassee, FL 32308

The College Autism Network is a national nonprofit organization linking varied stakeholders engaged in evidence-based efforts to improve access, experiences, and outcomes for college students with autism.

(908) 354-3040
80 West Grand St.
Elizabeth, NJ 07202

Community Access Unlimited (CAU) employment services links employers with qualified and experienced individuals who possess the skill sets required and needed in the workplace. Services provided by CAU are designed to facilitate a ‘win-win’ relationship between employers and employees.


(609) 392-5553
225 East State St.
Suite 5
Trenton, NJ 08608

The Community Health Law Project is a statewide nonprofit advocacy and legal services organization. We provide legal representation and advocacy series to low-income people with disabilities throughout New Jersey. Our areas of expertise include a wide range of civil law issues including, but not limited to, special education issues, children's SSI, health insurance issues, discrimination due to disability and barrier free accessibility issues.


(973) 275-1175
TTY: (973) 275-1721
185 Valley St.
South Orange, NJ 07079

CHLP is a private nonprofit organization that provides services to people with disabilities of limited means. People who come to the Law Project for assistance include those with mental illness, developmental disabilities, mobility impairments, sensory impairments (blindness and deafness), and HIV/AIDS. All of their clients experience one or more legal problems requiring professional guidance and representation. Many of the services they provide are free of charge and serve to keep people out of institutions, living as independently and self-sufficiently as possible. Their strength lies in their ability to provide quality legal services to people who have chronic and severe disabilities and thus require specialized support and expertise.


(856) 696-4442
423 W Landis Ave.
Vineland, NJ 08360

Community Medical Day Care Center is an adult day care center, located in Vineland, NJ. The day programs include social activities, meals, and general elderly supervision.

(609) 265-7749
212 W. Route 38
Moorestown, NJ 08057

Community Options works with individuals with significant disabilities through residential services, day programs, social enterprises that employ individuals with disabilities, high school transition programs, and specialized programs for respite and medically fragile adults. As a national agency, Community Options seeks to promote the inclusion of people with disabilities in the community through person centered and natural supports, and collaboration with community partners to increase accessibility to services.

(609) 951-9900
16 Farber Rd.
Princeton, NJ 08540

Community Options works with individuals with significant disabilities through residential services, day programs, social enterprises that employ individuals with disabilities, high school transition programs, and specialized programs for respite and medically fragile adults. As a national agency, Community Options seeks to promote the inclusion of people with disabilities in the community through person centered and natural supports, and collaboration with community partners to increase accessibility to services.