Resource Directory

Agency Phone Number Address Description
(732) 227-4050
825 Georges Rd.
2nd Floor
North Brunswick, NJ 08902

Epic Developmental Services provides in home applied behavior analysis services to individuals on the autism spectrum throughout the state of New Jersey. Epic is in-network with most major medical insurances and provides continued oversight and support to their staff working in the field, including both BCBAs and behavior technicians. Email -

(347) 735-8635
200 Davistown Rd. #13
Blackwood, NJ 08012

They are a 501(c)(3) non-profit public charity. Their programs support chronically ill children, their families, as well as the hospitals, facilities, and people who care for them.


(856) 371-2360
200 Davistown Rd.
Blackwood, NJ 08012

Erick's Place provides assistance to children with special medical needs and their families.


(215) 732-3426
123 S. Broad St.
Suite 1030
Philadelphia, PA 19109

Bradley Newman provides estate and elder law services for his clients which range from young adults to elderly, disabled and family clients. He helps his clients take control of their legal affairs so they may achieve the best results possible given their legal, financial, physical and emotional needs and family dynamics. Bradley’s focus is always on his clients as he invests time to listen to them and carry out the best plan of action and develop the soundest legal strategies to meet their wants and needs. When engaged in litigation matters, Bradley is a zealous advocate for his clients to ensure justice is served and their matters are successfully handled. Prior to becoming the lead attorney at Wase & Newman, LLC, Bradley worked as an Associate attorney at the Philadelphia-based law firm of Wase & Wase.

(609) 217-1585

The Everything Special needs radio show is a FULL resource for the special needs community. The show airs Monday evenings LIVE from 6-7pm on 1360AM WNJC or online at


(201) 307-0074
221 West Grand Ave.
Suite 201
Montvale, NJ 07645

At Falcon & Singer P.C. they are dedicated to providing businesses, nonprofits and individuals with useful, high quality, and good value legal services. They treat their clients the way they would want to be treated as clients. They make their clients’ goals their priority – working to help them resolve conflicts, take advantage of opportunities, and anticipate relevant legal actions that may impact them.


(856) 858-5900
1 AAA Dr.
Suite 203
Trenton, NJ 08691

With more than 50 programs and services available for New Jersey residents living with epilepsy, autism, developmental disabilities and chronic illness, The Family Resource Network (FRN) and its affiliates have been affecting lives of thousands of families across New Jersey for the past 45 years. FRN, originally known as the Epilepsy Foundation of New Jersey, has been providing support services to individuals with special needs and their families since 1970. The Family Resource Network is a comprehensive family-focused umbrella organization designed to meet the growing need for community-based programs and services to individuals and families with a variety of disabilities through our four affiliate organizations. The Family Resource Network is a statewide organization with offices located in Brick, Parsippany, Trenton and Barrington. Email -

(856) 243-5810
40 E Commerce St.
Bridgeton, NJ 08302

The Family Strengthening Network (FSN) empowers families to achieve their dreams and be successful in all areas of life. Through free, personal, and confidential sessions with a trained Family Advocate, families develop a clear plan to accomplish their goals and receive all the tools, resources and opportunities necessary to complete their plan.

The Family Strengthening Network aims to improve the family unit as a whole, thus improving the quality of life of all family members. FSN empowers families in the following targeted areas: financial, employment, health & wellness, academic excellence, service-learning, and healthy relationships.

This service is free to residents of Gloucester, Salem and Cumberland counties.


1(800) 372-6510
35 Beaverson Blvd.
Building 11
Brick, NJ 08723

The Family Support Center is a clearinghouse of up-to-date information on a national, state and local family support programs, services and disabilities. The Center offers a “One-Stop-Shopping” approach to individuals seeking information on disabilities and services by providing them with easy access to a comprehensive array of services. The Family Support Center (FSCNJ) was established in 1994 to provide information and referral on family support programs and services to families caring for a child with a disability, medical condition, rare disorder or other special needs. FSCNJ responds to the needs of families who are experiencing emotional distress and feelings of isolation, lack of information surrounding their child’s development and the services available to them. The Center operates a statewide toll free number (1-800-FSC-NJ10) for family members, professionals and other interested individuals to call for access to a broad array of support services. Family support is not a single service, but rather a flexible and varied network of supports that can change with individual family needs. Support components include the NJ Parent to Parent program; a library and database of both state and national services and resources; informational workshops for families; training for families and professionals, coordination of the National Caregivers Conference, the development of a private provider database and the reproduction and distribution of the OPTIONS manual. The Family Resource Network is a statewide organization with offices located in Brick, Parsippany, Trenton and Westmont.

(424) 888-3374
PO Box 1083
Voorhees, NJ 08043

Fantastic Friends is a local organization that provides monthly social opportunities for people with disabilities. Members are paired 1:1 with volunteers at each event. Events include dances, crafts, and outings.


(856) 673-2554
1301 Springdale Rd.
Suite 200
Cherry Hill, NJ 08003

Have a question and don’t know where to turn? Let the FedConnect Concierge from The Jewish Federation of Southern New Jersey help you! We’re here to connect you to your local Jewish community – and beyond – with expert guidance from our concierge specialist. Call (856) 673-2554 or email


(856) 489-8388
1307 White Horse Rd.
Building B, Suite 200
Voorhees Township, NJ 08043

Fendrick & Morgan, LLC is dedicated to serving clients in the areas of elder law, estate planning, estate tax planning, special needs planning, Medicaid planning, and Medicaid applications. At Fendrick & Morgan, LLC, their approach is to combine in-depth knowledge with skillful, creative drafting to produce a customized plan for each client that best meets his or her individual needs. But, first they listen. They listen to your concerns, your needs and your desires. Then, relying on the extensive education and experience of their attorneys, they create the appropriate vehicles to achieve your goals and objectives. They recognize that each client has his or her own story and financial situation. Those considerations must be evaluated in devising a plan that is appropriate for you in order to ensure that your assets are well protected during your lifetime and beyond. Above all, they focus on providing the highest level of professionalism and service at all times.
Located in Voorhees, New Jersey, Fendrick & Morgan, LLC serves clients throughout the state of New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Their attorneys are active in the Camden County and Burlington County Bar Associations as well as the South Jersey Estate Planning Council.

(732) 382-6070
60 Walnut Ave.
Clark, NJ 07066

Fink Rosner Ershow-Levenberg, LLC is an Elder and Disability Law firm representing clients throughout New Jersey who have legal problems concerning aging, elder care and disability. They represent older adults, people with disabilities, and those who care for them. 

(856) 888-1097
1256 Marlkress Rd.
Cherry Hill, NJ 08003

First Children Services provides educational and therapeutic services to children throughout New Jersey in the home and school settings. Their services include home-based insurance covered ABA therapy, social skills classes, behavioral intervention plans, parent training, and independent child study team evaluations for learning disabilities, occupational therapy, speech and language, social work, physical therapy, and functional behavioral assessments. They also offer a Transitions Program, a temporary out-of-district education program in Cherry Hill for children (grades 3-12) who have anxiety challenges that prevent them from attending a typical classroom setting. First Children Services is a fully credentialed provider of ABA therapy, and are in-network with most major medical insurance carriers. At First Children Services, every aspect of ABA intervention is customized to each child’s skills, needs, interests, preferences, and family situation. Email -

(609) 876-7420
31 Bretton Way
Mt. Laurel, NJ 08054

The Flyers Youth Special Hockey program provides an opportunity for individuals age 5 and up with developmental disabilities, such as Down Syndrome, Autism, and other learning delays, to learn and participate in the thrilling game of ice hockey. Each week the program strives to teach and build hockey skills along with self-esteem, confidence, responsibility, and teamwork in a non-competitive environment.


(201) 541-9833
PO Box 1439
Point Pleasant Beach, NJ 08742

FATE strives to help individuals with autism achieve the highest level of independence within their home, school, and community. FATE aims to accomplish this mission by: offering targeted and sustained training in research-based programs that have been demonstrated to be effective for children with autism; providing, supporting, and promoting recreational activities and events that bring happiness to the lives of children with autism and their families; increasing public awareness of the disorder and its effects on individuals, families, public schools, and society.

(609) 896-4583
997 Lenox Dr.
Building 3
Lawrenceville, NJ 08648

In August 1993, the firm joined with Katzenbach, Gildea and Rudner, creating an office with 20 lawyers. Since then, the office has grown steadily and is now among the largest in the firm, with more than 70 lawyers. These highly experienced attorneys are knowledgeable in all areas of the law and offer a full range of services to clients in the tri-state area.

In 2017, Fox Rothschild was named New Jersey's "Litigation Department of the Year" by the New Jersey Law Journal.


(848) 702-1159

The New Jersey Fragile X Community Support Group is a volunteer group that connects families through activities with parents, caregivers, and professionals to help understand the daily issues of living with someone diagnosed with Fragile X. The group has facilitated social and fundraising activities, hosted conferences and coordinated activities with groups in New York and Pennsylvania. The New Jersey Fragile X Community Support Group is managed by the National Fragile X Foundation (NXFX).


(609) 699-6023
700 Freedom Blvd.
Westampton, NJ 08060

Project Freedom is a 501c3 non-profit organization that develops and operates barrier-free housing to enable individuals with disabilities to live independently. In addition, supportive services such as recreation, training, and advocacy are provided.

(609) 454-5609
103 Carnegie Center
Suite 101
Princeton, NJ 08540

Freeman Law Offices, LLC offers professional services to help individuals with disabilities and their families navigate the system to maximize the benefits to which he or she may be entitled across their lifespan. With a background in disability law, their focus is to help individuals with disabilities and their families identify and obtain the services and supports necessary in school, at home, and in the community. The result of their services is an improvement in the quality and implementation of supports to a family member with special needs at minimal or no cost to families.