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Since The Center was founded, we have collaborated and partnered with other organizations in the community to ensure our clients receive the very best care they can. Together, we aim to offer status-neutral access to medical services, mental health support, harm reduction, housing, and essential services, fostering healthier lives for those we serve.


Below are our community partners and resources. Click on each one for information or services provided.

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Based in Asbury Park and serving Monmouth and Northern Ocean Counties, VNACJ’s Prevention Resource Network (PRN) provides HIV, sexual health and harm reductions services including HIV and Syphilis testing, PrEP Counseling, and Ryan White Case Management, syringe access, and low threshold buprenorphine induction. PRN is funded by the NJ Department of Health, Division of HIV, STD and TB Services.

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Project REAL, located at 805 Fourth Ave. in Asbury Park is a LGBTQ Social Space for people ages 18 to 34. Project REAL is a program of the Prevention Resource Network and is funded by the NJ Department of Health, Division of HIV, STD and TB Services.

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Open Door Recovery Center uses peer-based approaches within a safe and inclusive environment to support, empower, and provide resources to all persons in recovery from problematic substance use. We provide all attendees with services such as direct peer-to-peer support, peer-support groups, educational workshops, substance free activities and events, wellness planning, linkages to resources, and access to peer recovery coaching

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The Jane H. Booker Family Health Center, affiliated with Hackensack Meridian Jersey Shore University Medical Center, provides a wide range of outpatient health care services to meet the needs of Monmouth County residents. Working closely with specialists at Jersey Shore, the team ensures well-coordinated specialty care when needed. Social workers are also available for assistance and accessing community resources. Comprehensive health care services include primary and specialty care, an outpatient laboratory, HIV/STD testing and treatment, dentistry, psychiatry and much more.

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