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WIC (Cape May)

Nutrition services to pregnant women and families, resource referral. Read More

Woodbury Family Success Ctr. of Gloucester Cty

Family Success Ctrs. are community-based, family-entered neighborhood gathering places where any community residents can go for famiky support, information,... Read More

The Family Resource Network

In and Out of home Supports for children and adults with IDD, Weekend Recreation Programs, Monthly Recreation Programs, Employment... Read More

Volunteers in Medicine

Free health care for qualifying low-income patients (must NOT have insurance), information to resources, access to speciality doctors, Êfree... Read More

Project C.A.R.E.

Project Care was designed to decrease dropout rates for pregnant teens and to help support the relationships of parenting... Read More

Project T.E.A.C.H.

Project Teach at Cape May Campus accepts female students aged 14-21 who are either pregnant or new mothers. Students... Read More

Puerto Rican Action Committee

Heat and electric assistance and information, transportation, translation, case management, food bank, and more. Read More

Saint Vincent De Paul Society – Saint Maximilian Kolbe Conference

Assist with rental, utilities, car repairs, and furniture. Parish members provide budget counseling and case management services. Resource referral... Read More

Salvation Army – Bridgeton

Breakfast drop-in, food pantry, fruit and vegetable distribution, youth enrichment program and rental and utility assistance (when funds are... Read More

Salvation Army – Cape May

Emergency shelter (2-3 days), rental and utility assistance (last resort), children’s camps, medication assistance, food pantry, clothing donations, etc. Read More

Salvation Army – Vineland

Rental and utility assistance (when funds are available), clothing and furniture vouchers, food pantry, food truck, vision correction, thrift... Read More