allow others to help you, so you can help the ones you love

Sometimes it is hard to find the energy to find HELP for the crisis you are going through. You are caught up having to put out the day to day fires that confront you that you forget to care for yourself, or that there are others that can HELP.  Here is a great resource FIND HELP

  • Pluckemin Church Website

    For Pastoral Care call 908-658-3346.  

    We offer two services: Sunday's, a traditional service, at 10 am typically, but check out the website for updated summer hours.

    Messy Church beginning at 6 pm. Messy church is a more contemporary service,  where we come together share a meal, some contemporary song, a brief message designed for multigenerational audience, and a craft, service project, or team building activity.

  • RV Habitat Repair Programs

    Click to View Web Page Click to view application

    Raritan Valley Habitat for Humanity offers repair help for Hunterdon and Somerset County homeowners who qualify as low or moderate income. Repair programs include:

    Brush With Kindness
    Smaller scale help including clearing basements, yard cleanup, deck maintenance, and small paint or repair jobs. These projects are no cost to the homeowner, but donations are appreciated.

    Home Safety and Repair
    Slightly larger projects like installing sheetrock, flooring, cabinets, or window panes. Homeowners provide materials for these projects; RV Habitat provides labor.

    Critical Home Repair
    Larger repairs that address homeowners’ health and safety. Examples include repairing ramps, railings, or entry doors; furnace replacement; siding repair necessary for the protection of the home, and accessibility upgrades. Homeowners will be responsible for a portion of the costs determined on a sliding scale based on income. Payments can be made over time with zero interest.

  • Somerset County Handy Man Project

    Handyman Program Application

    The Handyman Program provides support services, in the way of minor household repairs, to seniors and disabled citizens of Somerset County. The goal of this program is to provide support for residents who wish to live safe and independent lives in their own homes. For services call 908-541-5715

  • The Seniors Blue Book is Here to Help:

    Welcome to the Seniors Blue Book local home page for New Jersey. The first issue of a New Jersey Blue Book came out 16 years ago and we are now in 4 markets covering 9 counties in central and northern New Jersey. We have been helping seniors, their family members and caretakers find the resources and services they need to age well. We are here to help! Search the website, call the seniors resource line at 973-560-0064, e-mail me at beeckert@optonline.net or use the live chat feature to get answers to your questions.

    New Jersey's most trusted senior resource guide for New Jersey's most trusted senior resource guide for Assisted Living | In-Home Care | Retirement Communities | Home Health Care | Skilled Nursing | Legal & Finance | Medicare - Medicaid | Memory Care | Hospice | 55+ Independent Living | Community | Health & Medical | and much more! 

  • Tri County Resource Net

    We provide a wide range of information about support, resources, and services for families in Warren, Hunterdon, and Somerset Counties in New Jersey.

    Families can find specific recreational activities, health providers, support groups, and events in your area. If you are a resident of Warren, Hunterdon, or Somerset County, NJ.

  • The Arc of Somerset County

    The Arc of Somerset County serves individuals with developmental disabilities and their families from birth through the senior years of life through our many programs and services in Somerset County. Today, we serve over 1,400 children, adults, and their families in 33 locations including 27 group homes and apartments, four employment centers, the Jerry Davis Center for Children and Families, The Achievement Center at Raritan Valley Community College and Camp Jotoni.

  • Hospice of New Jersey provides a special way of caring for people with a life limiting illness and for their loved ones. Our goal is to maximize quality of life, so you can enjoy time with those who mean the most to  you.  

    Phone: 973.893.0818         email:info@HospiceofNewJersey.com

  • It hurts to lose someone.

    Find help at GRIEF SHARE NJ GriefShare is a friendly, caring group of people who will walk alongside you through one of life’s most difficult experiences. You don’t have to go through the grieving process alone.

    Find a GriefShare support group or event near you. Thousands of GriefShare support groups meet weekly around the world. Visit or join a group at anytime. And attend as many meetings as you like.

  • Is a designated  Aging and Disability Resource Connection (ADRC), designed to streamline access to long-term care support services, health promotion, and education.  We link seniors, their caregivers, and adults with disabilities to the programs and services needed to remain independent and active in the community

    ADRC Toll-Free Number: 1-888-747-1122


    Benefits and Services

    Nutrition and Wellness Programs

    • Nutrition Program/Senior Centers
    • Meals on Wheels Program
    • Wellness Program

    Eldercare Services

    • Information and Assistance
    • Benefits Screening
    • Comprehensive Assessments
    • Care Coordination and Options Counseling

    Special Services

    • The Plan Ahead Project
    • Telephone Reassurance
    • Family caregiving support, education, and respite type services
    • State Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP)
    • Jersey Assistance for Community Caregiving (JACC) Program
    • Personal Assistance Service Program (PASP)
    • Project Lifesaver
  • Somerset County Senior Programs and Services

    Offers a variety of programs and services directed to seniors like:

    Office of Volunteer Services

    Bill Crosby, Director

    Phone:            908-704-6358
    27 Warren Street, First Floor, Somerville, NJ 08876
  • Somerset County Disability Services is an information and referral resource for individuals with disabilities, family members, friends, and communities. The goal of Disability Services is to help improve the quality of life for all residents.
    The Somerset County Advisory Council on Disability Issues (ACODI) addresses the needs and concerns of individuals with disabilities through educational projects that help to raise awareness, including publications and workshops. DisabilityServices@co.somerset.nj.us

  • Somerset Children's Center


    The Mission of the Somerset Children’s Center is to maximize the potential of each child with special needs through a holistic approach utilizing developmentally appropriate therapeutic services in a safe, nurturing environment.

    Offering speech, physical, occupational and art therapy as well as special child health services .

  • Community Visiting Nurse Association and our affiliates are community based, non-profit health care agencies that provide and coordinate quality home care, hospice and community services and promote health education, wellness and prevention services. Serving Somerset and Middlesex counties. 908-725-9355

  • https://www.alz.org/

    The Alzheimer's Association a vast array of help resources from finding care to support groups.

  • Support Groups

    APDA NJ offers many local support groups in communities around the state for individuals and caregivers.
    Although we do our best to keep information up to date, details are subject to change. Always call the specific support group contact number to verify meeting date and time.

  • RWJ Barnabas Health

    Support Services


    The Steeplechase Cancer Center offers many support services including:

  • RWJ Barnabas Health Support Services

    Support Services 908-685-2200

    At RWJBarnabas Health, we’re pleased to offer a wide variety of support services, especially when it comes to assisting our patients and their families. These programs and services are available throughout our hospitals.

    • Observant Jewish Families Program: The Observant Jewish Families Program for pediatric patients and their families offers pantries with refrigerators specifically for kosher food that is routinely stocked. Prayer books are also available.
    • Pet Therapy Program: The use of therapy dogs has been shown to help reduce stress for patients and their families. This program was designed with this insight in mind, aiming to enhance the healing process. Our volunteer handlers and therapy animals deliver positive interactions that bring unconditional love from an animal to the bedside, contributing to the emotional and physical healing process.
    • Ronald McDonald House: The Ronald McDonald House provides accommodations for families of seriously ill children who are being treated at RWJBarnabas Health pediatric hospitals and other area hospitals.

    Our RWJBarnabas Health hospitals offer wide-ranging, professionally led support groups for children, adolescents, and their parents including:

    • Children/Adolescents Experiencing Loss
    • Cleft Palate Support Group
    • Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Support Group
    • Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) Support Group
    • Kids Need Support, Too
    • Kogan Celiac Center Support Group
    • Moms of Multiples
    • Mother-to-Mother Support Group
    • New Babies, New Emotions
    • Pediatric Diabetes Support Group
    • Postpartum Depression Group
    • Cleft Palate Support Group
    • Mother-to-Mother Support Group
    • Pediatric Diabetes Support Group

  • RWJ Somerset Stroke Support Group

    Educational support, Social support, Caregivers welcome, Emotional support, In-person support
    Open to anyone in the community, Stroke (hemorrhagic) survivors, Stroke (ischemic) survivors

    110 Rehill Ave

    Somerville NJ 08876

    Stroke Family Warmline:

    1-888-4-STROKE or 1-888-478-7653
    Monday-Friday: 8AM-5PM CST