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Drums and Disabilities (D.A.D.)

(973) 725-5150
PO Box 341

Non-profit organization that provides drum therapy to adults and children with disabilities.

D'Urso, Matthew, PhD

(973) 224-5983
12 James St

Dr. Matthew D'Urso is a clinical psychologist licensed in New Jersey (license #5048) and New York State (license #019547) specializing in the evaluation and treatment of child and adolescent victims of sexual and physical abuse and neglect. In his current practice, Dr. D'Urso provides comprehensive forensic evaluations in the context of child maltreatment and for a variety of purposes, including assessment of trauma and victimization, and risk of offending behavior.

Easter Seals New Jersey

25 Kennedy Blvd.
East Brunswick

Enabling individuals with disabilities or special needs and their families to live, learn, work and play in their communities with equality, dignity and independence.

Eating Disorders Program at Goryeb Children's Hospital

(973) 971-5000
100 Madison Avenue

The Eating Disorders Program at Goryeb Children's Hospital is the only multidisciplinary program in New Jersey exclusively for children and adolescents. Our program offers education and treatment for anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa and related disorders in both outpatient and inpatient settings.


(973) 285-0006
3 Executive Drive
Morris Plains
3155 Route 10

The mission of EDGE New Jersey is to respond compassionately and responsibly to the HIV+ and LGBTQ+ communities by providing supportive services, housing opportunities, prevention strategies and education to enhance the community we serve. The vision of EDGE is to empower those we serve to achieve a healthy, safe and self-sufficient life.

Edna's Haven

(973) 366-2821
123 East Blackwell St

A partnership between Trinity Lutheran Church and the Mental Health Association of Morris County, Edna's Haven offers a sense of community, belonging, and temporary relief from the pressures of poverty.

EDNI Counseling Services, LLC

(201) 575-9458
381 Kaplan Ave

Community-based organization designed to provide short-term Intensive In-Community counseling services.

  • Special Education Certified
  • Trauma Certified
  • Medically Fragile
  • Foster Care
  • Kazdin Parent Management Training
  • Selective Mutism
  • Cultural Competency
  • Court/Legally Involved Youth
  • Mental Status Examinations Records (MSER)


Eating Disorder referral and information center

EH Counseling LLC

(201) 523-4048
121 Rea Avenue

E H Counseling LLC is a community-based mental health practice that offers therapeutic services and outpatient counseling for individuals, children, teens, couples, and families.

Services Include:

  • Human Trafficking Survivors
  • Sexual Abuse Survivors
  • Christian Counseling
  • Play Therapy
  • Visually Impaired
  • Post-Partum Depression
  • Domestic Violence

El Primer Paso

(973) 361-0880
29 Segur St

Year round day care in Dover, Victory Gardens, and Randolph area.

El Primer Paso, Ltd.

(973) 361-0880
29 Segur Street

El Primer Paso, Ltd. provides bilingual preschool services including wraparound and summer programs for working parents. Free ESL classes are provided for parents and other adults from the community - a small one-time registration fee and purchase of a book is required.

Employment Horizons

(973) 538-8822
10 Ridgedale Ave.
Cedar Knolls

Offers a variety of employment services for individuals with special needs.

Empowered Hearts Therapy, LLC

(973) 370-3006
171 W Main St

Empowered Hearts Therapy, LLC is a Counseling and Art Therapy private practice specializing in helping those struggling with issues of anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, or trauma.

Empowerment Advocacy Group

(201) 704-3929
P.O. Box 4391

Empowerment Advocacy Group is an in-community therapeutic service addressing the behavioral and emotional needs of youth and families in Northern New Jersey.

We address a variety of issues and concerns that often present difficulty with day-to-day living for our youths, some are:

  • Adoption and Foster Care
  • Domestic Violence and Abuse
  • Emotional Abuse, Sexual Abuse, and Verbal Abuse
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Problems in Parenting Relationships as well as Peer Relationships
  • Trouble with the Legal System/Probation
  • School Avoidance

End Hunger NJ

Website has a database of local food pantries and soup kitchens throughout NJ.

Equal Opportunity Support Services

(732) 641-0660
150 Maple Avenue #192
South Plainfield

Equal Opportunity Support Services is an organization qualified by the NJ State Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD) to provide services that assist individuals with disabilities in gaining access to needed medical, social, educational, vocational, and other services.

Equine Tranquility Wellness Center

(201) 970-3400
134 Airport Rd

Offering therapeutic riding lessons, equine assisted learning, social skills group lessons, camp, and yoga on horseback to all ages of individuals.

Erica Tober ABA Consulting

(973) 508-2176

We provide Applied Behavior Analysis services for young children on the autism spectrum.

Even Start Family Literacy Program

(973) 383-7392
57 Trinity Street

The William F. Goodling Even Start Family Literacy Program is an education program for the Nation's economically challenged families that is designed to improve the academic achievement of young children and their parents, especially in the areas of reading and language.