2NDFLOOR: Is a confidential and anonymous statewide helpline for
NJ211: Provides information and assistance to all NJ residents in the areas of health, human services, community resources and government assistance programs. You do not have to be in crisis to seek help from NJ211. To access NJ211 dial 211 or visit the website at www.nj211.org. The alternative telephone number is 1-800-HELP555 (1-800-435-7555).
NJ Department of Human Services: Offers a website that lists a wide range of programs, information and services designed to assist individuals, families and communities throughout the State of
Outreach to At-Risk Youth (OTARY): The OTARY program is designed to prevent crime/juvenile delinquency and deter gang involvement by providing enhanced recreation, vocational, educational, outreach and/or supportive services to youth ages 13 to 18, with the option to serve youth until age 21. The programs are located in communities with demonstrated high crime and gang violence. These programs have a proven track record of making a difference in the lives of youth, including “at-risk” youth. The programs are open to youth regardless of their involvement with DCF.