Monmouth County Resources

This page contains a list of all the links pertaining to Monmouth county.

Please see below for a list of cities, towns and communities in Monmouth County:

  • Aberdeen
  • Adelphia
  • Allenhurst
  • Allentown
  • Allenwood
  • Asbury Gardens
  • Asbury Park
  • Atlantic Highlands
  • Avon
  • Avon by the Sea
  • Belford
  • Belmar
  • Bradevelt
  • Bradley Beach
  • Bradley Park
  • Brielle
  • Cedar Beach
  • Clarksburg
  • Cliffwood
  • Cliffwood Beach
  • Cold Indian Springs
  • Colonial Terrace
  • Colts Neck
  • Cream Ridge
  • Creamridge
  • Deal
  • Deal Park
  • Earle Naval Weapons Station
  • East Freehold
  • East Keansburg
  • Eatontown
  • Elberon
  • Elberon Park
  • Englishtown
  • Fair Haven
  • Farmingdale
  • Fort Hancock
  • Fort Monmouth
  • Freehold
  • Gateway National Recreation
  • Georgia
  • Hazlet
  • Highlands
  • Holmdel
  • Holmdel Village
  • Howell
  • Ideal Beach
  • Imlaystown
  • Interlaken
  • Jerseyville
  • Keansburg
  • Keyport
  • Lake Como
  • Leonardo
  • Lincroft
  • Little Silver
  • Little Silver Point
  • Loch Arbour
  • Locust
  • Long Branch
  • Manalapan
  • Manasquan
  • Marlboro
  • Matawan
  • Middletown
  • Millhurst
  • Monmouth
  • Monmouth Beach
  • Monmouth Hills
  • Monmouth Park
  • Morganville
  • Navesink
  • Neptune
  • Neptune City
  • New Monmouth
  • North Long Branch
  • North Middletown
  • Oakhurst
  • Ocean
  • Ocean Grove
  • Ocean Mall
  • Oceanport
  • Perrineville
  • Phalanx
  • Port Monmouth
  • Port-au-Peck
  • Red Bank
  • Roosevelt
  • Rumson
  • Sands Point
  • Sea Bright
  • Sea Girt
  • Shark River Hills
  • Shark River Manor
  • Shrewsbury
  • Shrewsbury Township
  • South Belmar
  • Spring Heights
  • Spring Lake
  • Spring Lake Heights
  • Strathmore
  • Tennent
  • Tinton Falls
  • Union Beach
  • Upper Freehold
  • Upper Freehold Township
  • Vail Homes
  • Vanderburg
  • Wall
  • Wanamassa
  • Wayside
  • West Allenhurst
  • West Belmar
  • West Deal
  • West End
  • West Keansburg
  • West Long Branch
  • Westboro
  • Whitesville
  • Wickatunk
Life Skills programs can help you prepare to get a job, manage money, get connected with other resources in your community, make plans for your future housing and education, and many other things that can help you live more independently. See below for contact info for the Life Skills program in your area:
Multicultural Community Services
1 Ethel Road, Bldg. A, 108 B, Edison, NJ 08817
Phone: 732-650-0330
Fax: 732-650-0752
Aftercare programs provide support services to young people between the ages of 18 and 22. They can help you find employment, housing and educational opportunities, and much more. See below for contact info for the Aftercare program in your area:
Multicultural Community Services
1 Ethel Road, Bldg. A, 108 B, Edison, NJ 08817
Phone: 732-650-0330
Fax: 732-650-0752

Housing Program Descriptions
There are 3 basic types of housing programs for young people in New Jersey that are homeless or DCF-involved:

  1. Supervised Transitional Living Program (STLP):
    provides supervised housing and other supports to 16 to 21 year old youth. Young people can stay at these programs for 18 to 24 months. In addition to housing, these programs also help with daily living skills, employment, education, and finding long term stable housing.
  2. Transitional Living Program (TLP):
    provides semi-supervised housing and other supports to 18 to 21 year old youth. The length of time a young person can stay at one of these programs varies. These programs also help with daily living skills, employment, education, and finding long term stable housing.
  3. Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH):
    provides housing with voluntary services to 18-21 year old youth. There are no limits on how long young people can stay in one of these programs. Youth in these programs have a lease or sublet, and pay some portion of their income toward rent (less than 30%).
Below is a list of housing programs in Monmouth County. In order to find out if a program has openings and to see if you qualify, you must contact the Adolescent Housing Hub at 1-877-652-7624.
Click here for more information on the Adolescent Housing Hub

Program Name
Program Type
Collier Services Collier House 17 to 21 F STLP
Catholic Charities Diocese of Trenton Beacon House 16 to 21 M/F STLP
Catholic Charities Diocese of Trenton Beacon House TLP 18 to 21 M/F TLP
IEP Project Stepping Stone 18 to 21 M/F TLP

Contact one of the Lifeskills or Aftercare Programs above for information on how to apply for Wraparound Fund. For more info on how Wraparound Funding works - click here

Brookdale Community College
Monmouth University

NJ One-Stop Centers
Are you looking for a job or occupational training? The New Jersey One-Stop Career Centers are the place to start, and can help you develop the skills needed to succeed in a 21st century work environment.
Amongst others, resources provided include the following:
  • Career exploration: help in identifying jobs that are interesting to you
  • Resume writing
  • Interview preparation
  • Occupational Training for jobs that are highly in demand by employers
  • Job Search Assistance
  • Connections to employers searching for workers
  • Educational Assistance
  • On-site resource rooms (computers, telephones, fax, etc.)

Click Here for more info on the Monmouth County- Eatontown “One Stop”

Click Here for more info on the Monmouth County- Neptune “One Stop”

New Jersey Youth Corps
New Jersey Youth Corps is one of the largest youth service and conservation corps in the United States. Youth Corps is a year-round, voluntary program which engages young adults (ages 16-25) in full-time community service, training, and educational activities.
Guided by staff who serve as mentors and role models, teams of youth called "crews" carry out a wide range of service projects. In return for their efforts to restore and strengthen communities, Corps members receive:
  1. education development in basic skills and preparation to obtain a GED or locally issued Adult High School Diploma;
  2. life skills and employability skills instruction;
  3. personal and career counseling to build self-esteem, clarify values, and develop leadership skills while they are developing their career portfolio;
  4. transition services and continuing support services as they transition to college, training, employment or other national and domestic service opportunities;
  5. community service opportunities which develop positive employability skills while addressing unmet community needs. Corps members receive a stipend while enrolled in Youth Corps.
Click HERE to see a list of NJ Youth Corps in your area

Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC)
New Jersey’s Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC) offer a wide range of health care services for the entire family. You don’t need health insurance to get care at a center. Centers serve the uninsured and underinsured, as well as patients with Medicaid, Medicare and private insurance. If you’re uninsured, your bill will be based on your ability to pay. No one is ever turned away for lack of funds. For more information on the FQHC's click here. Click here for a list of all FQHC's in Monmouth County
Planned Parenthood
Planned Parenthhod is a health care provider specializing in reproductive and sexual healthcare. Through pregnancy prevention, STD prevention, and sex education, Planned Parenthood empowers teens to make informed choices and lead healthy lives. With 28 offices in New Jersey, there is probably one close to where you live.
Click Here to Learn More and Find a Planned Parenthood Office in Monmouth County.
Click Here to See Special Information for Teenagers.
Mental Healthcare
NJ Children's System of Care has connections with many different types of supports if you or someone you know needs help. You can see all they have to offer by visiting here.
There are also some great hotlines out there if want to talk to someone now:
2NDFLOOR: is a confidential and anonymous statewide helpline for New Jersey's youth and young adults. You can call at (888) 222-2228 and find information on the website at
NJ211: provides information and assistance to all NJ residents in the areas of health, human services, community resources and government assistance programs. You do not have to be in crisis to seek help from NJ211. To access NJ211 dial 211 or visit the website at The alternative telephone number is 1-800-HELP555 (1-800-435-7555).
Treatment Groups
The NJ Division of Addiction Services Treatment Directory lists all kinds of drug and alcohol treatment programs that are open to teenagers and young adults.
Click HERE to access the Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services homepage where you will find a link to a directory to access what programs are available in your county You can also look at programs that are just open to teenagers and young adults by selecting “Detail Search” on the directory webpage and selecting the check-box that says Adolescents
Support Groups
Support groups recovery programs are based on the idea that the best way to stay free of alcohol and drugs is surround yourself with other people who are also not users but who know the challenges of staying clean. Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA) are two of the most well-known of these types of support groups. In some areas there are special meetings just for teens and young adults trying to stay drug-free. Meetings often take place church meeting halls and other community centers, but AA and NA are not affiliated with any religion.
Click here to search for Narcotics Anonymous (NA) meetings in your area
Click here to search for Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meetings in your area
Big Brothers, Big Sisters
William Salcedo, Executive Director
305 Bond Street, 2nd Floor, Asbury Park, NJ 07712
Phone: 732-544-2224
Fax: 732-544-2260
Jersey Shore Q-Spot
Jersey Shore Community
Center Project, PO Box 855, Belmar, NJ 07719
For more information E-mail:
Click here for more information
Offers specific programs and services to the GLBTI Community in Monmouth and Ocean Counties, which include 4 initiatives focused on Health, Seniors, Family, and Youth. Meetings held on Monday nights in Asbury Park and a once-a-month Quesday program with speakers and other events.
PFLAG-Jersey Shore (Monmouth County)
Church House of the Presbyterian Church at Shrewsbury
352 Sycamore Ave, Shrewsbury, NJ 07702
For more information E-mail:
Phone: 908-814-2155
Click here for more information
Meeting monthly on 2nd Monday, from 7-9pm. Not affiliated with any religion.
QSpot LGBTQ Community Center
QSpot provides training, advocacy, education, support, information and referrals for homeless, out of home and at-risk LGBT youth.  If you or anyone you know are in need of emergency shelter, housing or support, please call us at 732-455-3373 or email  Your privacy is our highest priority. All information is confidential.

PFLAG Jersey Shore
PFLAG Jersey Shore  is a nonprofit organization that aims to provide support for the families and allies of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) individuals, and LGBT individuals themselves; education for ourselves and others about the unique issues and challenges facing people who are LGBT; and advocacy in our communities to change attitudes and create policies and laws that achieve full equality for LGBT people. We are a local chapter of PFLAG National, our parent organization, which envisions a world where diversity is celebrated and all people are respected, valued, and affirmed inclusive of their sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression.

PFLAG-Jersey Shore (Transgender & Trans Family)
Monmouth County Area
For more information E-mail:
Phone: 908-814-2155
Click here for more information
If you are transgender, or have a family member that is transgender, this group is here to support you. Please check our website for meeting times and location.
The Pride Network
Asbury Park, NJ
Phone: 516-463-6047
For more information E-mail:
Click here for more information The "Teen Resources Intended to Aid & Nurture Gays, Lesbians & Everyone" (TRIANGLE) guide has lots of great information on programs and services for the LGBTQI community in New Jersey and throughout the country. Click HERE to check out the guide!
The Department of Children and Families' Family and Community Partnership (FCP) network provides many services and programs for children, young adults and families throughout NJ. These include:

Family Success Centers
Offer programs aimed at making families stronger through a variety of locally-based services, and building supportive connections in your community.

School Based Youth Services Programs (SBYSP)
Provide mental health and family services; health services; substance abuse counseling; employment services; pregnancy prevention programs; learning support services; referrals to community based services; and recreation. Open to all young people ages 10 -19 enrolled in any school that hosts a SBYSP.

Home Visitation Programs
Provide early support to families with infants and young children across the state. Home visitors provide pregnant women and new parents with health information, parenting education, and links to other resources that support child and family well-being.

The FCP's also provide juvenile delinquency and child abuse prevention programs, domestic violence services, and much more.

Click here for a directory of programs and services to find out what is available in Monmouth County!

Outreach To At-Risk Youth (OTARY): OTARY programs provide all sorts of fun and educational activities to help support young people ages 13 to 18. Contact one of the programs below for more information on how you can get involved:

Boys & Girls Club of Monmouth County
1201 Monroe Ave, Asbury Park, NJ 07712
Phone: 732-775-7862
Fax: 732-775-4065
Cindy Fagan:

IEP Youth Services
Martin I. Krupnick, Psy.D.
75 West Main Street Freehold, New Jersey 07728
Phone: 732-431-2663
Fax: 732-409-3634

*The presentation of agencies, programs or services on the NJYRS website do not necessarily reflect endorsement of these resources by the NJ Department of Children and Families.