At SERV we share our experience, support and guidance with children, adults and families as they work to recover from and cope with mental illness, addictions, challenging behaviors, and intellectual and developmental disabilities.
SERV was one of 14 nonprofits in the Lawrence community to receive a special emergency grant from the Lawrence Township Community Foundation (LTCF) at a virtual ceremony on Thursday, May 21.
The $4,000 grant will help SERV provide personal protective equipment, arts and crafts, and games to group homes… Read More
How do you stay busy and ease your anxiety while confined to your home during a global pandemic?
For the residents at SERV’s Cranford Group Home, there’s only one answer: You have to get creative.
Since Governor Murphy issued his stay-at-home order in March, the residents at the Cranford Group… Read More
Many thanks to all the riders in the 2nd Annual Poker Run, sponsored by SERV’s Young Professionals Group.
The event raised $3,000 for SERV’s youth programs.
Nonprofit of the Year, presented to SERV Behavioral Health System by the New Jersey Business & Industry Association for demonstrating impactful achievement to provide greater opportunity and improve quality of life.
Outstanding Provider of the Year, presented to SERV Centers of New Jersey by the N.J. Association of Mental Health and Addiction Agencies for providing outstanding services, undertaking innovative programs, providing a supportive work environment and offering leadership in the community.
Mohammad Shafiq Award, presented to SERV Centers of New Jersey by the New Jersey Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association, recognizing excellence in the practice and provision of psychiatric rehabilitation services in New Jersey.
IT Hero Award for Outstanding Use of New Technology and/or Delivery System, presented by the N.J. Association of Mental Health and Addiction Agencies.
Excellence in Housing Management Award, presented to SERV Properties & Management from the New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency.