Do you attend our church or live in the Colts Neck area and need help with small home repairs, yard-work, computer/technical needs? If so, our SWAT team may be able to help you. Fill out this form and you will be contacted by a member of our team—we are here to help you!
Looking for information outside of CNRC?
211 Helpline for human services
211 HELPLINE a free, confidential referral and information
helpline and website that connects people of all ages and from
all communities to the essential health and human services they
need, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. 211 can be accessed by phone or
211 works a bit like 911. Calls to 211 are routed by the local telephone company
to a local or regional calling center. The 211 center’s referral specialists receive
requests from callers, access databases of resources available from private and
public health and human service agencies, match the callers’ needs to available
resources, and link or refer them directly to an agency or organization that can
Types of Referrals Offered by 211
• Basic Human Needs Resources – including food and clothing banks,
shelters, rent assistance, and utility assistance.
• Physical and Mental Health Resources – including health insurance
programs, Medicaid and Medicare, maternal health resources, health
insurance programs for children, medical information lines, crisis intervention
services, support groups, counseling, and drug and alcohol intervention and
• Work Support – including financial assistance, job training, transportation
assistance and education programs.
• Access to Services in Non-English Languages – including language
translation and interpretation services to help non-English-speaking people
find public resources (Foreign language services vary by location.)
• Support for Older Americans and Persons with Disabilities – including
adult day care, community meals, respite care, home health care,
transportation and homemaker services.
• Children, Youth and Family Support – including childcare, after-school
programs, educational programs for low-income families, family resource
centers, summer camps and recreation programs, mentoring, tutoring and
Mental health services
Church-based Mental Health Services offers free, non-crisis, confidential mental health care. Call their Warmline at 866-777-2380 or email email@example.com. More information can be found on their website: www.njcommunitymentalhealth.org. This service is not appropriate for anyone who is in crisis. If you are experiencing a life-threatening emergency, if you are afraid of harming yourself or someone else, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.
COVID-19 Emotional Support Resource: Feeling stressed by the COVID-19
pandemic? You are not alone. Call the NYS Emotional Support Helpline – 7 days a week from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. at (844) 863-9314.
The 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline offers 24/7 call, text and chat access to trained crisis counselors who can help people experiencing a suicidal, substance use, and/or mental health crisis, or any other kind of emotional distress. NOTE: if the counselors determine that you are an immediate danger to yourself or anyone else, and de-escalation has failed, police will be sent to your location.
Visit https://www.helplinecenter.org/988info/ for more information
Caregiver volunteers of Central New Jersey
Caregiver Volunteers of Central Jersey is an interfaith nonprofit agency dedicated to providing free supportive services to the frail elderly and the home-bound, enabling them to live independently and with dignity in their own homes.
To live in a world where elders & caregivers are cared for and honored.
We Help Those…
- 60 years of age or older, or a family caregiver
- No longer driving
- Living in their own home
- Living in Northern Ocean and Southern Monmouth Counties
Covid vaccine information
If you are interested in receiving the Covid-19 vaccine, please go to the vaccine page of the “NJ Covid-19 Information Hub” for more information.