PerformCare New Jersey is committed to helping youth and young adults gain access to the services they need. If you are under the age of 21 and looking for treatment or other services, check out our resources below.
- Alcohol and substance use resources.
If you or someone who cares about you is worried about your alcohol, drug, or other substance use, go here to find out more about how you can access treatment and support to quit.
- Adolescent housing resources.
If you are homeless and between the age of 18 and 21, you can call us to find out more about finding housing and related support services. This section has more details on what kinds of services are available.
- Behavioral and mental health resources.
Everyone gets stressed out occasionally, but if your feelings or actions are overwhelming or getting in the way of your friendships, family life, school, or work, extra support may help get you back on track.
- LGBTQIA+ resources. (Updated 5/17/23)
Coming out to yourself or someone else is an incredibly personal decision. For many LGBTQIA+ youth, this usually involves sharing their sexual orientation and/or gender identity. Exploring yourself can bring up a lot of feelings and unanswered questions. This page will provide you with supports to help you navigate those feelings.
- Intellectual and developmental disability resources.
If you or a family member have an intellectual or developmental disability, this section has resources and services available to help.
- Other helpful resources.
Being a teen can come with a host of challenges. Whether it is dealing with gangs in your neighborhood, sorting out your sexual identity, or keeping your body healthy, you'll find some resources here to help you with these topics.