What You Can Do

City of Perth Amboy
1 Olive Street
Perth Amboy, NJ 08861-4700
(732) 826-1690


Boys and Girls Clubs of Perth Amboy
149 Kearny Avenue
Perth Amboy, NJ 08861-4700
(732) 442-4573


Central NJ Maternal & Child Health Consortium
2 King Arthur Court
North Brunswick, NJ 08902
(732) 937-5437
Early Intervention Services – for children with special needs, ages birth to three years, and their families.
Community Education – programs include prenatal health care, home visiting support, information and referral, and care management.

Comenzando Bien
2400 Main Street Ext., Suite 1
Sayreville, NJ, 08872
(609) 655-7400
Pregnant Hispanic women can obtain bilingual education covering early pregnancy to delivery. The course is a program of the March of Dimes.

Community Child Care Solutions (Middlesex County)
103 Center St, Perth Amboy, NJ 08861
 (732) 324-4357

Jewish Renaissance Medical Center
275 Hobart Street
Perth Amboy, NJ 08861-4310
(732) 376-9333

Community Affairs
Community Affairs is the funding agency for all of the state’s designated Community Action Agencies. To find out about other CAAs around the state, go to the website.

Middlesex County                                                                          

 Department of Human Services                                                                

 75 Bayard Street, 5th Floor                                                                      

 New Brunswick, NJ 08901


Anti-Poverty Network of New Jersey                                                        

1901 N. Olden Avenue Ext., Suite 1A                                                      

 Ewing, NJ 08618

Perform Care Behavioral Health Solutions
(877) 652-7624 (24 hours/7 days a week)
PerformCare serves New Jersey youth ages of 5 to 17 who have emotional or behavioral problems. Young adults ages 18 to 21 are eligible for the programs if they received services from the state’s child-serving system before turning 18.

The Puerto Rican Association for Human Development, Inc. (PRAHD) 
100 First Street
Perth Amboy, NJ 08861
Provides supportive services to disadvantaged youth in Perth Amboy.


Raritan Bay Mental Health Center
570 Lee Street
Perth Amboy, NJ 08861
(732) 442-1666
Offers outpatient mental health services.


Raritan Bay Medical Center, Crisis Stabilization Unit
530 New Brunswick Avenue
Perth Amboy, NJ 08861
Hotline: (732) 442-3794
This emergency service helps people in crisis recover their normal level of functioning. The screening center assesses and refers people with mental illness.


Raritan Bay Medical Center, Meridian Health
Meridian Health has completed its merger with Raritan Bay Medical Center, adding Raritan Bay’s two campuses in Middlesex County – a 338-bed hospital in Perth Amboy and 113-bed hospital in Old Bridge – to its growing family as of January 1, 2016.

Perth Amboy Location
530 New Brunswick Avenue
Perth Amboy, New Jersey 08861
(732) 442-3700

Old Bridge Location
One Hospital Plaza
Old Bridge, New Jersey 08857
(732) 360-1000

Raritan Bay YMCA 
357 New Brunswick Avenue
Perth Amboy, NJ 08861
 Phone: 732.442.3632
Fax: 732.324.6359
For youth development, healthy living and social responsibility.

Wellspring Prevention                                                                            

  620 Cranbury Rd #105                                                                                  

East Brunswick, NJ 08816


Safe Sitters
Children ages 11 to 13 learn how to handle emergencies when caring for younger children. The 6.5-hour curriculum is offered in multiple Middlesex County locations.


United Way of Central Jersey                                                                  

   32 Ford Avenue                                                                                  

  Milltown, New Jersey 08850 /


Youth Intensive Intervention Program 
151 Centennial Avenue
Piscataway, NJ 08854
(732) 235-6033
Contact: Program Coordinator Kathleen Hawkins, MSW, LCSW
YIIP serves youth ages 11 to 17 who have been in the court system for delinquency and youth violence (extreme offenses not included). A therapeutic approach, instead of traditional court services, is used to reduce aggression and improve clients’ communication and social skills. Adolescents and their guardians must participate in all YIIP services. The program is a collaboration between Middlesex County and the state Division of Child Behavioral Health Services.


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