Community Resources


Below you will find a list of useful Community Resources and Links.

The Center for Prevention & Counseling Mission
To promote health, hope and recovery among all people by fostering a community in which individuals and families thrive.

Children’s Mental Health Resource
PerformCare: Helping Families Across NJ. 

Share with your students what they can say to a friend who is having a hard time, or that they are worried about. The Green Infographic is appropriate for teens, younger ages you can refer to the last 4 comment bubbles.
Talking to Children and Teens about current events and mass violence. These resources can be shared with parents as appropriate or can give you a frame of mind for addressing questions students may bring up or just addressing current events in a safe place with your students.
National Association of School Psychologists


Are you feeling depressed, anxious or alone? Do you feel your family or friends can’t understand what you are going through? Do you feel like you are a burden? Do you have a friend or a loved one experiencing these feelings?

Your feelings matter. We are here to listen and help you.


SMART: Family & Friends Virtual Support Group

Thursdays at 6pm, we host a virtual SMART Family & Friends support meeting that provides an opportunity to connect with others and learn some new strategies for addressing your family situation. You can click here to join the meeting from a smartphone or computer. You can also call into the meeting for audio only at: 646 558 8656 The ZOOM Meeting ID: 917 230 074 Passcode: 639809

· Also on Thursday nights at 6PM, “Raising Recovery” is an innovative peer support style meeting for grandparents, biological and non-biological parents as well as others raising children affected by or as a result of addiction. Trained facilitators will provide an encouraging and positive forum for participants to discuss their specific concerns and unique needs. Join Zoom Meeting on Thursday nights at 6pm. (The Raising Recovery is on ZOOM at Meeting ID: 971 1387 0061 using the Passcode: 164457)

You can find information for additional meeting day/times on our website, along with links to join (everything is via Zoom right now) here:

Center for Prevention and Counseling hosts “Drop-in for Recovery” every Monday from 2-4pm which offers anyone the opportunity to meet (now through Zoom) with a recovery coach to learn about their options and potential next steps. More info and a link to join the zoom can be found here:
(This is for anyone- family as well as individuals who are struggling.)

Navigating Relationships During the COVID-19 Pandemic:

Common Issues, Coping Strategies, & How Online Therapy Can Help

The COVID-19 pandemic has presented couples with countless new challenges while exacerbating pre-existing relationship issues. Relationships require work and attention in the best of times, so it’s no surprise that pandemic related stressors have impacted how you and your partner are communicating, setting boundaries, distributing household responsibilities and childcare, and tuning in to one another’s needs. In this presentation, Dr. Melissa Boudin, Psy.D., Clinical Director at Choosing Therapy, will discuss various issues that couples have been forced to navigate throughout the pandemic and provide coping strategies and techniques to help you and your partner maintain a healthy relationship either at home or long distance. 


Teens and Rx Meds: What You Should Know

Why We Care About Violence In Video Games And Shows:

6 Simple Breathing Exercises for Kids

The Emotional Landmines Our Kids Live In

My Kid Is Not Motivated, Now What?

Skylands Ride weekday Public Connect modified schedule.

Skylands Ride has begun the Transportation Networking Company (TNC) pilot program in partnership with TransOptions.  Residents can call the main Transit number at (973)579-0480 to be screened for transportation services.  Rides that cannot be accommodated through regular transportation services may be moved to the TNC program.  This program partners with LYFT in order to secure one-on-one roundtrip rides when needed.  The program began on November 16, 2020 and has proven to be successful with assisting those who work second shift jobs and with accommodating doctor appointments outside of the normal operating hours of Skylands Ride.

The VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance) Program will be offered for 2021.  There will be no in-person appointments and all materials will be submitted via drop-off. One location for drop off will be Skylands Medical in Franklin.  Calls will be made starting the 3rd week in January.  For more information call 973-784-4900 ext. 204.

The Food Pantry is open from 8:30am-4:30pm M-F for any county resident. It is located right next door in Social Services building and the door is right on corner near garage door- very convenient for people to use.

Please call 973-383-3600 for questions about social services programs/information.  The most up to date information can be found on the Sussex County website. Click here for a list of local food pantries.

New Zufall Health contact for local programs/outreach: Outreach programs at Zufall Health

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