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Help for New Moms, Individuals & Families Available in Warren County, New Jersey

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Connecting NJ Helpline

The Connecting NJ Helpline links Sussex & Warren County NJ individuals and families to the help they need.

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Nurse Family Partnership

Low-income, first-time mothers are paired with a nurse who visits them throughout the pregnancy and up until the child’s second birthday.

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Healthy Families

For expectant parents and parents of infants. Participation in this program can count toward Work First New Jersey required activities.

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Parenting Classes

Parents, caregivers, and teachers of infants, toddlers and school-aged children can get one-on-one support, attend free classes and support groups, or attend online sessions.

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PSS Journey in Hackettstown

Project Self-Sufficiency's mobile services vehicle regularly visits the Trinity United Methodist Church, 213 Main Street.

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Help Available in Blairstown, NJ

Project Self-Sufficiency's Warren County Outreach Site is located at 35 Main Street in Blairstown, the Outreach Center for the First Presbyterian Church of Blairstown. The facility is the result of a unique partnership between the church and the non-profit agency; the space is provided by the First Presbyterian Church, while the services are courtesy of Project Self-Sufficiency. The center is used computer classes, legal seminars, and for meetings with a case manager by appointment.

Project Self-Sufficiency's Blairstown site contains an employment lab for computer and career training, assessment, and access to job search resources. Parenting classes, legal seminars, life skills workshops and referrals to other services are also available.

 

Participants in the courses offered at the Blairstown site must be registered Project Self-Sufficiency clients.

Call Project Self-Sufficiency, 973-940-3500, for help today!
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