Parents Support Group NJ 271 W Northfield Rd, Livingston, NJ07039 Parents Support Group NJ is a nonprofit organization; its aim is to offer support by sponsoring self-help groups for…More mothers and fathers coping with addiction in their children. The organization insists on terminology of parent and child, though parents whose progeny even extend to 40 years of age are welcome to get support. It is helmed by executive director Karol Sullivan.
Value Research Group, LLC 301 S Livingston Ave, Livingston, NJ07039 Value Research Group is a consulting firm based on South Livingston Avenue in Livingston. The firm offers real estate…More valuation and appraisal, zoning consulting, market analysis, litigation support, acquisition consulting and project oversight services. Visit the Value Research Group Web site to learn more about the firm.
Tinari Economics Group 220 S. Orange Avenue, Livingston, NJ07039 Tinari Economics Group is a financial firm with offices in Manhattan and on South Orange Avenue in Livingston. The firm…More employs a team of experienced economists, statisticians, attorneys and market analysts to provide litigation support and expert testimony in cases involving personal injury, wrongful death, profit loss, intellectual property and employment law. Visit the firm's Web site for more information on the firm.
Cerebral Palsy of North Jersey Administrative Headquarters 220 South Orange Avenue, Livingston, NJ07039 Cerebral Palsy of North Jersey (CPNJ) is a non-profit organization devoted to enhancing the lives of people with…More disabilities and other special needs by supporting personal growth, independence and community involvement. It operates two special needs schools in Livingston, Horizon School and Horizon High School, as well as family support programs, adult training centers and group homes that allow people with disabilities to live in a community instead of a state facility. The Livingston Chamber of Commerce named CPNJ the Business of the Year for 2010. CPNJ's South Orange Avenue offices house the group's administrative departments. This is the place to call if you are interested in making a donation or in volunteering for CPNJ's schools or other programs.
Donna Pass Schatten, Ph.D. 340 E Northfield Rd, Livingston, NJ07039 Dr. Donna Pass Schatten is a psychologist providing cognitive behavioral, marital, family and psychodynamic therapy…More services for men and women suffering from anxiety, depression, divorce, eating disorders, loss issues and relationship issues. Dr. Schatten also hosts a support group for recently separated and divorced women.
NCJW Center for Women 70 S Orange Ave, Livingston, NJ07039 Founded in 1981, the NCJW Center for Women is a community outreach program located on West Mount Pleasant Avenue in…More Livingston. The Center acts as an umbrella for a number of programs, including teen dating violence prevention, legal advisory, computer education, financial planning, job preparation and women's support group services. For more information about the Center's programs, visit the NCJW Center for Women website.
Monmouth Court Community Center 26 Monmouth Ct, Livingston, NJ07039 Monmouth Court Community Center is a facility of the Township of Livingston. It houses the Department of Senior,…More Youth and Leisure Services for the town. This department offers programs and services for citizens in the community. It's mission is to "promote the welfare of the community, the positive development of youth, support for seniors and the strengthening of families." This facility features a gymnasium that holds fitness and baton classes. It also houses a craft room, a "Little Sports" court playground, and the Alternative High School. It can be reserved for local organizations and civic groups to use for meetings. Reservation forms can be found on the website. It is requested that applications be submitted at least two weeks before the meeting date.
This is the local headquarters of the Shriners, a fraternal organization famous for its Shriners Hospitals for…More Children, which provide free orthopedic and burn care to children under age 18. All of the Shriners' activities are geared toward raising funds to support these hospitals.
The major annual fundraiser is the Salaam Shrine Circus, which takes place each May at the Mennen Arena in Morristown. Group discounts and ample handicap-accessible seating are available. Tickets go on sale in December for the next May. The Shrine Center in Livingston also holds breakfasts, brunches, dinners and raffles for members and for the public.