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SERV Foundation

Our Mission

The SERV Foundation raises funds to provide innovative programs for individuals in the SERV Behavioral Health System's Family of Companies who struggle with debilitating mental illnesses or developmental disabilities. By creating partnerships with individuals and organizations, The Foundation develops awareness in the community and provides financial support for exceptional programs benefiting our consumers, their families and the community at large.

Our Location:

20 Scotch Road, 3rd Floor, Ewing, NJ 08628

Phone: (609) 662-3059    Fax: (609) 771-9728

 

The SERV Foundation has three major commitments:

Scholarship Fund

Using barbering tools he bought with funds from The SERV Foundation, Wayne gives a haircut to fellow SERV consumer, Carlos, at SERV Centers’ Serenity House in Mercer County.

SERV's adult consumers recovering from mental illness or coping with other disabilities are eligible for aid from the Scholarship Fund to continue their educational goals. Applicants who turn to the Foundation have exhausted all other sources of funding. Since the program's inception in 2004, 89% of scholarship recipients successfully completed their intended courses.

SERV Wellness & Development Conference

The annual SERV Wellness & Development Conference, is an event for consumers and their family members.

The SERV Foundation's annual Wellness & Development Conference is held each year for our consumers with mental illness and/or intellectual/developmental disabilities and their family members. More than 400 individuals attend this daylong health-and-wellness event comprising informative workshops, panel discussions, a motivational keynote speaker, and networking for families.

SERV Properties & Management, Inc.

SERV Properties & Management, Inc. is the managing partner in Ujima Village, a 52-unit apartment complex in Ewing, N.J., for low- and moderate-income seniors and adults with disabilities.

The SERV Foundation provides funds to make major repairs to any one of the 52 supervised group homes of SERV Achievement Centers or SERV Centers of New Jersey. Money from the fund may also be used to provide down payments to purchase houses for group homes operated by SERV Properties & Management, Inc.