Mercer County Family Support Organization 3535 Quakerbridge Road, IBIS Plaza, Suite 400, Hamilton, New Jersey 08619, United States

609-586-1200

Support - Educate - Advocate

On 9/9/2010, Mercer FSO celebrated 10 years of Supporting, Educating & Advocating for the Families of Mercer County NJ

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About Us

Our Family

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Our amazing team of Family Support Partners are committed to helping families. We offer Peer to Peer support.  

We are parents of children with challenges; we help families navigate the Mental Health, Juvenile Justice, Special Education, and Social Service Systems.

Our goal is to Support, Educate, and Advocate for our families so that they can learn how to obtain the services that their child/children need.  

Peer to Peer Support

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As parents of children with challenges, we can relate to our families because we have all walked a similar journey. Your Family Support Partner will listen to your family's concerns and offer a compassionate shoulder to lean on.

Our goal is to Support, Educate, and Advocate for our families so that they can learn how to obtain the services that their child/children need, by navigating the Children's System of Care.

Our Mission

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Mercer County Family Support 

Organization (FSO), is a non-profit 

501 c 3 organization committed to

providing support, education and advocacy to families of children with Emotional, Behavioral and Mental Health Challenges, including ID/DD and Substance Abuse.

Mercer County FSO brings

compassion and cultural sensitivity to working with families. We are dedicated to ensuring that all families are well educated and effectively able to navigate the New Jersey Children’s System of Care by partnering with the families and community members to provide Strength Based, Accessible Support. 

Webinar Series At The Family Resource Network

  

Webinar Series

At The Family Resource Network we know that life can be busy,

So we are bringing the information directly to you!

Webinars are geared towards self-advocates,

caregivers, and professionals who care for people 

with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities. 



         


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