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Find descriptions of resources for various ministries below.

Alternatives, Inc.

Phone:      908-685-1444 Ext. 279



For: Disabled Individuals

Help for those with intellectual and developmental disabilities or a with a mental health diagnosis seeking support services, or who are currently homeless.  Personalized assistance leading to self-sufficiency.

Drug & Alcohol Abuse Hotlines & Resources


For: Substance Abuse

Many people who need treatment for substance abuse disorders do not seek it due to the cost. These guides provide information on available care options, financial support, and free resources that are available in NJ.

Emergency Rental Relief

Phone:        908-541-5756


For: Rental Relief

Rental relief for residents of Somerset County whose income has been impacted by the pandemic. Excludes Franklin Township.

Food Bank Network of
Somerset County

Address:      9 Easy St.

                  Bound Brook 08805

Phone:         732-560-1813


For: Hunger

Distributes food and provides other basic human needs to those less fortunate in our community. Go to the website for distribution centers and schedule.

Raritan Valley Habitat for Humanity


Address:    Main Office

               100 West Main Street

               Somerville, NJ 08876

(2nd floor of the United Reformed Church)

Phone:      (908)704-0016



Address:   Habitat ReStore

              The Marketplace at Manville
              110 North Main Street
               Manville, NJ 08835
Phone:      (908) 458-9770

For: Homelessness

Helps families build and improve places to call home. Habitat homeowners help build their own homes, alongside volunteers, and pay an affordable mortgage.


The Habitat ReStore sells building materials, appliances, new and gently-used furniture, and home accessories to the public at a fraction of the retail price. Proceeds from the store go directly toward our mission of building affordable homes in Somerset and Hunterdon Counties.

FISH Hospitality Program

Address:      456 New Market Road

                  Piscataway, NJ
Phone:         (732) 968-5957


For: Homeless families/single women

Serving homeless families and single women by providing shelter and meals, and such other assistance as they are able, including help obtaining housing, jobs, medical services, and other assistance to which they are entitled.

HOME of Somerset County

(formerly Interfaith Hospitality Network of Somerset County – IHNSC)

Address:        98 West End Ave

                       Somerville 08876

Phone:           908-704-1920


For: Homeless Families

Serving homeless families with children. Religious congregations and volunteers provide shelter, meals, financial support and advocacy. Families receive case management and support services from a staff of social workers and mental health counselors.

Safe + Sound Somerset

Address:        427 Homestead Rd

                    Hillsborough, NJ 08844

Phone/Call or Text Hotline:


Office:            908-359-8640


For: Domestic Abuse

Empowers survivors of domestic abuse (both physical and psychological) and engages the community to end the cycle of violence. S+SS is the designated lead agency and only organization in Somerset County providing comprehensive services to survivors of domestic abuse and their families.

Samaritan Homeless Interim Program (SHIP)

Address:         87 East High St

                     Somerville 08876

Phone:            908-393-9545



For: Homelessness

Serving the homeless, near-homeless, working poor families, and individuals in Somerset County Regions who are not able to obtain assistance from government or other private agencies. Services are tailored to each individual's need, and vary in duration according to each individual or family’s situation.

Visions & Pathways

Address:        49 Brahma Ave

                    Bridgewater 08807

Phone:           908-526-6605

Crisis Intervention:

                     908.526.6605 ext 319


For: At-risk Youth

Serving abused, neglected, homeless, missing and at-risk youth. We help them build their self-esteem and acquire the skills they need to thrive by providing; food, housing, counseling, education assistance, arts and recreation activities, career and employment counseling, scholarships and financial literacy instruction.

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