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Specialized Services

Case Management

  • A government funded, non-profit agency dedicated to organizing and coordinating services, resources and supports for children and adolescents in Bergen County with serious emotional and behavioral challenges.

    Call ValueOptions at 1- 877- 652-7624 to refer a child or adolescent with serious behavioral, emotional or mental health challenges for services in the New Jersey System of Care.

  • Integrated Case Management Services (ICMS) & Transition Services (Jail Diversion)


  • Project for Assertive Community Treatment (PACT)


Vocational Rehabilitation

  • 201-488-2121
    Provides vocational rehabilitation, transitional employment services, job placement, job coaching, and residential services for adults as well as pre-vocational and after school programs for adolescents.

Supportive Housing

  • 201-664-1700
    Provides housing and support services to seriously mentally ill homeless adults; consumer operated.

  • 201-498-9140
    Provides permanent supportive housing services services to seriously and persistently mentally ill individuals throughout Bergen County.

Consumer Support & Social Programs

  • On Our Own Drop-In Center
    179 Main Street ◊ 2nd Floor ◊ Hackensack, NJ 07601

    For Us By Us
    40 Van Brunt Street ◊ Englewood, NJ 07631


The Center for Food Action - www.cfanj.org

The Center for Food Action (CFA) provides emergency food, rental and utility assistance, counseling, and advocacy to our neighbors in need in Bergen County and in the Upper Passaic Valley.

New Jersey Anti-Hunger Coalition - www.njahc.org

The New Jersey Anti-Hunger Coalition is a project of CFA. The mission of NJAHC, is to end hunger in New Jersey through education, advocacy and activism.

Bergen County Food Pantries - www.njahc.org/bergen-county-food-pantry.html

Emergency food providers include food banks, food pantries, soup kitchens and shelters that serve meals. There are hundreds of emergency food providers throughout the state that provide food assistance to community members in need. www.njahc.org/food-pantries.html.