- Bergen County
- Borough of Cliffside Park
- COUNTY OF BERGEN
http://co.bergen.nj.us/US DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT
http://portal.hud.gov/portal/page/portal/HUD55 KIP CENTER
Promotes the physical, emotional, spiritual and intellectual well-being of older adults, while facilitating participation in all aspects of community life.
Curb to curb service for disabled clients unable to use public transportation and who live within ¾ miles of a bus route.
ADULT PROTECTIVE SERVICES
201-368-4300 or 1-800-624-0275 (After hours)
To report self-neglect, exploitation or abuse of older adult.
ARC OF BERGEN-PASSAIC COUNTIES, THE
Provision of lifelong services to people with developmental disabilities, adults and children, including social, residential, vocational, recreational, early intervention, family support and prevention services.
BERGEN COUNTY BOARD OF SOCIAL SERVICES
Medicaid/New Jersey Care/CCPED/Food Stamps
BERGEN COUNTY DIVISION OF SENIOR SERVICES
1-877-222-3737 (toll free)
BERGEN COUNTY JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
To promote the interest and welfare of the community of Bergen County through fostering personal growth and development.
CHRIST CHURCH COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORP
Provides advocacy, guidance and mentoring through a holistic approach to address gaps in service and foster dignity, achievement and independence.
FAIR HOUSING COUNCIL OF NORTHERN NJ
Comprehensive Housing Counseling. Ensures adherence to State and Federal Housing laws, equal access to sale/rental housing for individuals and families, homelessness assistance.
FIRST CALL FOR HELP -211
First Call For Help connects people with community resources, including shelter, food, physical and mental health services, work support, transportation, support for families, and more.
HEAP (Home Energy Assistance Program)
201-968-0200 Ext. 7008
Provides assistance with heating/cooling costs.
HEIGHTENED INDEPENDENCE & PROGRESS (HIP)
Provides information, peer support, advocacy, home modifications, assistive devices, recreation and technical support to people with disabilities and the community.
INTERRELIGIOUS FELLOWSHIP FOR THE HOMELESS OF BERGEN COUNTY
Maintains nine individual programs, four providing the basic human needs of food and shelter. Five others focus on helping working families return to mainstream living.
JCC ON THE PALISADES
Provides comprehensive Recreation, Socialization, and Education services to the community. Programs are available to all age groups and abilities, and socio-economic levels.
MARTIN L. KING, JR. SENIOR CENTER
Serves as a focal point for services to minority and low-income elderly in Bergen County.
NORTHEAST NEW JERSEY LEGAL SERVICES (BERGEN COUNTY OFFICE)
190 Moore Street
Hackensack, NJ 07601
Provides free legal services and counseling.
SHELTER OUR SISTERS
Emergency Shelter-support services for battered women and their children including: linkages to community resources, court assistance, children’s programs, bilingual services, transitional housing, 24 hour hot-line.
SPECTRUM FOR LIVING GROUP HOMES
Enables persons with developmental and physical disabilities to achieve their highest potential through a comprehensive program of residential, respite, recreational and family support services.
UNITED WAY OF BERGEN COUNTY
Partners with programs that provide services such as eldercare, healthcare, help to troubled families, youth and the disabled, and a 24-hour helpline.
VINCENT K. TIBBS CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER
Provides all day, year-round, quality childcare in a preschool setting for children whose parents work, attend school or are in training.
WOMEN’S RIGHTS INFORMATION CENTER
To help women and their families who need to become self sufficient, to make intelligent life decisions, and to become productive members of society.
YWCA OF BERGEN COUNTY
Provides infant and child day care; all day kindergarten; latchkey programs; rape crisis center, career development, summer camps, swimming and fitness, family support services.
Provides safe, supervised housing and to meet the critical need for education, job skills and support services that will guide the girls into self-sufficiency.