Looking for Resources?


Emergencies - Dial 9-1-1

For immediate assistance in an emergency situation, dial (or ask someone to dial) 9-1-1, from any phone.


Non-emergency Social Service Helpline - Dial 2-1-1

From nj211.org: "2-1-1 is the gateway to health and social services, government assistance, and local community resources. Callers can find assistance for everything from healthcare to housing, shelters to food banks, legal aid to counseling. In the aftermath of a natural disaster or crisis, remember that 2-1-1 is a good source for support services and recovery assistance. 2-1-1 service is free and available throughout New Jersey 24 hours a day 7 days a week from any traditional or wireless phone as well as from TTY equipment. There is multi-lingual access, and all calls are confidential."
- The Bridge is not responsible for the information listed on nj211.org. Clicking this link will take to you to a site outside of The Bridge domain.


Robins' Nest: South Jersey Provider Directory

From sjresourcedirectory.org: "Robins' Nest is a private, nonprofit 501(C) (3), children's services organization dedicated to ensure the safety of children and enhance their well-being in a family setting. This is accomplished through a wide array of quality community-based residential and in-home services, which encourage and empower children to become responsible members of the community. This community resource directory is designed for consumers to have direct and easy access to information on a variety of programs, services and resources available in their communities. Information on this site is updated and maintained on a regular basis as new and/or updated information is obtained from community providers."
- The Bridge is not responsible for the information listed on sjresourcedirectory.org. Clicking this link will take to you to a site outside of The Bridge domain.


State of NJ: Human Services Site

From state.nj.us/humanservices: "The New Jersey Department of Human Services (DHS) is the largest state agency in New Jersey. It serves about 1.5 million New Jerseyans, or about one of every six state residents. DHS serves seniors, individuals and families with low incomes; people with mental illnesses, addictions, developmental disabilities, or late-onset disabilities; people who are blind, visually impaired, deaf, hard of hearing, or deaf-blind; parents needing child care services, child support and/or healthcare for their children; and families facing catastrophic medical expenses for their children..."
- The Bridge is not responsible for the information listed on state.nj.us/humanservices. Clicking this link will take to you to a site outside of The Bridge domain.


NJHelps: Self-screening & Numerous Resources for NJ programs

From njhelps.org: "The NJ Helps Services Home Page is designed to give consumers a "one-stop" shopping resource for the wide range of programs, information and services provided by the Department of Human Services and its partners, to assist individuals, families and communities in throughout the State of New Jersey. While you are here, please take a few minutes to find out if you qualify for more than 28 state and federal programs that can help you find housing, employment, child care, health insurance, prescriptions, pay for food and much more..."
- The Bridge is not responsible for the information listed on njhelps.org. Clicking this link will take to you to a site outside of The Bridge domain.


Looking for Activities? - We Can Help!

The Bridge has been running Weekly Empowerment Sessions, Leadership Trainings, Retreats, Workshops, and Activities for almost 30 years! We have a wealth of topics, ideas, and fun activities that can be adapted for any age group! Call the office at 856-757-3080, or to send us an email at bridge-at-bridge1980.com for more info.