Providing Local Youth, Individuals and Families with FREE Support
No one is immune from the devastating effects of mental illness and substance abuse. Nearly all of us have a friend, family member or acquaintance who is suffering (or suffer ourselves). Young people ages 13-25 are at the greatest risk.
When one person struggles with depression, anxiety, addiction, illness, etc., the entire family and community feel the impact. We believe that no one should struggle alone.
When support is needed most, there’s iCARE.
ICARE OF EAST WINDSOR / HIGHTSTOWN
Help is available now.
We partner with Jewish Family and Children Services of Greater Mercer County and the County of Mercer, Department of Human Services, Division of Mental Health & Division of Youth Services to provide support services in our facility located at 133 South Main Street, Hightstown, NJ 08520.
To schedule and free and confidential appointment, please contact the JFCS Intake Coordinator at 609-987-8100 x 102
DUE TO COVID-19, ALL IN PERSON PROGRAMMING IS SUSPENDED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
Parent Support Network
For parents who are concerned about their child’s mental health and well-being. FIND OUT MORE
Peer Support Group
Grieving a Friend or Sibling? – Have you lost a friend or sibling to suicide or drug overdose? This group is for you to share your feelings with those who understand most, your peers. This group is confidential. FIND OUT MORE
Yoga for teens – Benefiting you physically, mentally, and spiritually FIND OUT MORE
East Windsor Regional School District
State and nationwide, the number of students presenting with mental health concerns has risen dramatically over the past decade. Unfortunately, the East Windsor Regional School district has not been immune to these increases. Over the past several years, the EWRSD has introduced a number of initiatives to offer additional mental health supports, several of which iCare has been instrumental in supporting FIND OUT MORE
ICARE MISSION STATEMENT
We are a volunteer 501(c) 3 organization, governed by a board of directors made up of concerned community members. Our mission is to provide free/affordable & accessible mental health and substance abuse support services. We work closely with other like-minded nonprofits and the community at large to obtain the required funding for such programs while creating awareness and destigmatizing mental health and substance abuse issues in the process.