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Contact: Mary Beth Lewis
Work 399 Market Street Philadelphia PA 19151 US Work Phone: 1-800-272-3900

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Local chapter of the National organization for Alzheimer’s Association providing programs and services to those affected and caregivers of those with Alzheimer’s Disease and related dementias.

Business Days / Hours:
M-F 9-5

Categories: Adult Care Services, Non-Profit Clubs/Organizations, Personal Services & Care
Contact: Madhuri Rodriguez, Executive Director

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Services offered:  Disaster relief, Blood services, service to armed forces, preparedness, health & safety training.

Hours:  Monday – Friday  8:30am – 4:30pm office

24 / 7 service

Categories: Family, Community, Non-Profits, Clubs, Non-Profit Clubs/Organizations
Work 3 Parke Place Blvd Sewell NJ 08080 Work Phone: (856) 256-8300 Work Fax: 856-256-8887 Cell Phone: 856-371-6989 Website: https://www.redcross.org/

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South Jersey Chapter Serving Gloucester & Salem Counties

Health and safety courses, disaster relief, services to military families, civilians and veterans, medical loan closet, transportation services, blood services, international social services, human need services and hospital volunteers.

Categories: Family, Community, Non-Profits, Clubs, Non-Profit Clubs/Organizations
Contact: Donna Bennett

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The Nation’s premier mentoring organization
Our Vision is that all children achieve success in life and our mission is to provide children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported one-to-one relationships that change their lives for the better, forever.

Categories: Family, Community, Non-Profits, Clubs, Non-Profit Clubs/Organizations
Contact: Dan Rorapaugh & Paul Bussey

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Business Services offered:
Post Secondary Medical Education: Medical Assisting, EKG and Phlebotomy

Business Products:
Certification through National Healthcareer Association

Business Days / Hours:
Monday through Friday 830 to 5 business with night class 630-10pm

Business Licenses:
New Jersey Department of Education and Workforce Development

We are a Non Profit Post Secondary School that educates students with a GED or High School Diploma to become Medical Assistant, EKG and Phlebotomist in 8 weeks. More classes and certifications are coming.

Categories: Education, Non-Profit Clubs/Organizations
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Contact: Jeanne Mahoney, RN, LPC, Executive Director

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Voted Best Horse Farm of Salem County 2016

Services offered:  Counseling and Mental Health

Licenses:  Licensed Professional Counselor, Registered Nurse

Tags:  Horses, Counseling and Mental Health

We are a re-energized non-profit and we offer the following services:

Equine Assisted Psychotherapy

Therapeutic Horsemanship

Family Therapy

Leadership and Team building Retreats

Couples Therapy

Equine Assisted Learning

Equine Services of Heroes – A Veteran Program

Categories: Adult Care Services, Counseling, Family, Community, Non-Profits, Clubs, Health & Wellness, Health Care, Non-Profit Clubs/Organizations, Personal Services & Care
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Contact: Kelly Rivera, Executive Assistant
Categories: Family, Community, Non-Profits, Clubs, Restaurants, Food & Beverages
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Contact: Gary Morris, Director of Marketing

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Friends Village at Woodstown is a non-profit, retirement community with health services on campus. Short-term rehabilitation and skilled nursing care are open to all area seniors. Friends Village also offers Assisted Living, Memory Support and Independent Living options. Campus tours available.

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Categories: Adult Care Services, Family, Community, Non-Profits, Clubs, Health Care
Contact: Albert Kelly
Categories: Health Care, Non-Profit Clubs/Organizations
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Contact: Delsea Schaffer

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New and gently used items for your home. Furniture, lighting, doors, cabinets, and so much more! Donation and purchase delivery available. The restore is locate at 416 S. Pennsville Auburn Rd. Carneys Point, NJ  08069

Hours:  Tuesday: 9-3, Wed-Thurs-Fri: 11-5 and Saturday: 8-4 OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

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Categories: Family, Community, Non-Profits, Clubs, Non-Profit Clubs/Organizations
Contact: Tim G.

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Non Profit. We work with men, women and young adults. We do this with informational sessions, mentoring, support groups, online classes and podcasts.

Categories: Non-Profit Clubs/Organizations
Contact: H. Glendon Donelson

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We Grow People
– The Center is a 501(c)3 Non-Profit NJ Corporation that provides job skills, job placement, youth & adult mentoring, and specialized alternative energy & food science training programs in several New Jersey counties.
Monday – Friday
8:30am – 4:00pm

Categories: Family, Community, Non-Profits, Clubs, Non-Profit Clubs/Organizations
Contact: Robert B. Zuest

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25 Active volunteers for the State Park who provide maintenance history and emergency response.

Best of Salem County 2021

Categories: Family, Community, Non-Profits, Clubs

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Charity

Categories: Family, Community, Non-Profits, Clubs, Non-Profit Clubs/Organizations
Contact: Christine Hoehn
Work 190 South Broadway Pennsville NJ 08070 USA Work Phone: 856-678-5473 Website: http://www.pennsvillelibrary.org/

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Public Library

Days/Hours:  Monday – Tuesday – Thursday 10am – 7 pm
Friday 10 am – 4 pm
Saturday 10am – 2 pm
Closed Wednesday & Sunday

Library Card Information

New Pennville Resident Cards – $5.00
Replacement Cards – $3.00

Non-Pennsville Resident cards – $20.00 (within Salem Country)

Non-Resident cards- $50.00 (outside Salem County)

Current NJ driver’s license or NJ state ID with street address required. No PO Boxes.

Annual Renewal Fee:
$2.00 for Adults, $1.00 for children: ID required

General Policies

  • The Circulation Desk and Public Computers close ten minutes before the library closes.
  • Patron may not lend their Pennsville Public Library card to non-members.
  • Parents may use a minor’s card to borrow material.
  • Lost cards require current ID and $3 to replace.
  • Patron card holders must present current library card to borrow and renew items or to register for internet. Staff can not search database, and if you do not have your card for internet, you must be charged $2.00 as per the Internet Registration policy.
  • Children 7 and under must remain with an adult or caregiver (14 and over).

For the first two weeks, patrons may borrow two books (print or CD/cassette books). After two weeks, privileges will include up to 50 items in combinations as stated below:

Borrowing Combinations

Fiction, reg. 2 weeks/2 renewals No limit
Non-fiction, reg. 2 weeks/2 renewals 5 subject per household
New books 2 weeks/no renewals 5 books per card
Series (YA/Juv.) 2 weeks/2 renewals 5 per same series
Magazines 1 week/no renewal 10 per card
Playaways/Audiobooks 2 weeks/2 renewals 4 per card
DVD** and/or VHS 1 week/no renewal or transfer* 4 per household
Music CDs 1 week/no renewal 4 per card
ILL / Holds Books 2 weeks/1 renewal*** 5 ILLs per card inc. media
ILL DVDs/CDs 1 week/no renewal 5 ILLs per card inc. books
Kinderkits 30 days/no renewal or transfer* 1 per card (age 18 & up)

* Transfer = using card in same household to re-check an item
** DVDs = R-rated DVDs may be borrowed by patrons 16 and older only
*** ILL renewals are at the discretion of the lending libraries. Some do not allow renewals.

 

Categories: Family, Community, Non-Profits, Clubs, Non-Profit Clubs/Organizations
Contact: Michael D’Ottavi

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Service organization offering community projects.

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Categories: Family, Community, Non-Profits, Clubs, Non-Profit Clubs/Organizations
Contact: Margaret Masserini, Coordinator
Categories: Family, Community, Non-Profits, Clubs, Non-Profit Clubs/Organizations
Contact: Nelson Carney
Categories: Non-Profit Clubs/Organizations
Contact: Jeff Dilks, Library Director

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NJ’s second oldest library in operation.

Services offered:  Print/electronic access to free and paid resources

Days/Hours:  Open 6 days a week

Categories: Family, Community, Non-Profits, Clubs, Non-Profit Clubs/Organizations
Contact: Donna Kinzel
Categories: Non-Profit Clubs/Organizations

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Contact: Mary Beth Lewis

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Local chapter of the National organization for Alzheimer’s Association providing programs and services to those affected and caregivers of those with Alzheimer’s Disease and related dementias.

Business Days / Hours:
M-F 9-5

Categories: Adult Care Services, Non-Profit Clubs/Organizations, Personal Services & Care
Contact: Madhuri Rodriguez, Executive Director

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Services offered:  Disaster relief, Blood services, service to armed forces, preparedness, health & safety training.

Hours:  Monday – Friday  8:30am – 4:30pm office

24 / 7 service

Categories: Family, Community, Non-Profits, Clubs, Non-Profit Clubs/Organizations
Work 3 Parke Place Blvd Sewell NJ 08080 Work Phone: (856) 256-8300 Work Fax: 856-256-8887 Cell Phone: 856-371-6989 Website: https://www.redcross.org/

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South Jersey Chapter Serving Gloucester & Salem Counties

Health and safety courses, disaster relief, services to military families, civilians and veterans, medical loan closet, transportation services, blood services, international social services, human need services and hospital volunteers.

Categories: Family, Community, Non-Profits, Clubs, Non-Profit Clubs/Organizations
Contact: Donna Bennett

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The Nation’s premier mentoring organization
Our Vision is that all children achieve success in life and our mission is to provide children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported one-to-one relationships that change their lives for the better, forever.

Categories: Family, Community, Non-Profits, Clubs, Non-Profit Clubs/Organizations
Contact: Dan Rorapaugh & Paul Bussey

Biographical Info

Business Services offered:
Post Secondary Medical Education: Medical Assisting, EKG and Phlebotomy

Business Products:
Certification through National Healthcareer Association

Business Days / Hours:
Monday through Friday 830 to 5 business with night class 630-10pm

Business Licenses:
New Jersey Department of Education and Workforce Development

We are a Non Profit Post Secondary School that educates students with a GED or High School Diploma to become Medical Assistant, EKG and Phlebotomist in 8 weeks. More classes and certifications are coming.

Categories: Education, Non-Profit Clubs/Organizations
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Contact: Jeanne Mahoney, RN, LPC, Executive Director

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Voted Best Horse Farm of Salem County 2016

Services offered:  Counseling and Mental Health

Licenses:  Licensed Professional Counselor, Registered Nurse

Tags:  Horses, Counseling and Mental Health

We are a re-energized non-profit and we offer the following services:

Equine Assisted Psychotherapy

Therapeutic Horsemanship

Family Therapy

Leadership and Team building Retreats

Couples Therapy

Equine Assisted Learning

Equine Services of Heroes – A Veteran Program

Categories: Adult Care Services, Counseling, Family, Community, Non-Profits, Clubs, Health & Wellness, Health Care, Non-Profit Clubs/Organizations, Personal Services & Care
Contact: Albert Kelly
Categories: Health Care, Non-Profit Clubs/Organizations
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Contact: Delsea Schaffer
Work 416 S. Pennsville-Auburn Road Carneys Point NJ 08069 Work Phone: (856) 299-0031) Work Fax: 856-514-3126 Cell Phone: 856-305-7590 Website: https://habitatsalem.org/

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New and gently used items for your home. Furniture, lighting, doors, cabinets, and so much more! Donation and purchase delivery available. The restore is locate at 416 S. Pennsville Auburn Rd. Carneys Point, NJ  08069

Hours:  Tuesday: 9-3, Wed-Thurs-Fri: 11-5 and Saturday: 8-4 OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

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Categories: Family, Community, Non-Profits, Clubs, Non-Profit Clubs/Organizations
Contact: Tim G.

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Non Profit. We work with men, women and young adults. We do this with informational sessions, mentoring, support groups, online classes and podcasts.

Categories: Non-Profit Clubs/Organizations
Contact: H. Glendon Donelson
Work 111 South Broadway Pennsville NJ 08070 Work Phone: 856-514-2200 Work Fax: 856-514-2201 Cell Phone: 609-202-9827 Website: https://wegrowpeople.org/

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We Grow People
– The Center is a 501(c)3 Non-Profit NJ Corporation that provides job skills, job placement, youth & adult mentoring, and specialized alternative energy & food science training programs in several New Jersey counties.
Monday – Friday
8:30am – 4:00pm

Categories: Family, Community, Non-Profits, Clubs, Non-Profit Clubs/Organizations

Biographical Info

Charity

Categories: Family, Community, Non-Profits, Clubs, Non-Profit Clubs/Organizations
Contact: Christine Hoehn
Work 190 South Broadway Pennsville NJ 08070 USA Work Phone: 856-678-5473 Website: http://www.pennsvillelibrary.org/

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Public Library

Days/Hours:  Monday – Tuesday – Thursday 10am – 7 pm
Friday 10 am – 4 pm
Saturday 10am – 2 pm
Closed Wednesday & Sunday

Library Card Information

New Pennville Resident Cards – $5.00
Replacement Cards – $3.00

Non-Pennsville Resident cards – $20.00 (within Salem Country)

Non-Resident cards- $50.00 (outside Salem County)

Current NJ driver’s license or NJ state ID with street address required. No PO Boxes.

Annual Renewal Fee:
$2.00 for Adults, $1.00 for children: ID required

General Policies

  • The Circulation Desk and Public Computers close ten minutes before the library closes.
  • Patron may not lend their Pennsville Public Library card to non-members.
  • Parents may use a minor’s card to borrow material.
  • Lost cards require current ID and $3 to replace.
  • Patron card holders must present current library card to borrow and renew items or to register for internet. Staff can not search database, and if you do not have your card for internet, you must be charged $2.00 as per the Internet Registration policy.
  • Children 7 and under must remain with an adult or caregiver (14 and over).

For the first two weeks, patrons may borrow two books (print or CD/cassette books). After two weeks, privileges will include up to 50 items in combinations as stated below:

Borrowing Combinations

Fiction, reg. 2 weeks/2 renewals No limit
Non-fiction, reg. 2 weeks/2 renewals 5 subject per household
New books 2 weeks/no renewals 5 books per card
Series (YA/Juv.) 2 weeks/2 renewals 5 per same series
Magazines 1 week/no renewal 10 per card
Playaways/Audiobooks 2 weeks/2 renewals 4 per card
DVD** and/or VHS 1 week/no renewal or transfer* 4 per household
Music CDs 1 week/no renewal 4 per card
ILL / Holds Books 2 weeks/1 renewal*** 5 ILLs per card inc. media
ILL DVDs/CDs 1 week/no renewal 5 ILLs per card inc. books
Kinderkits 30 days/no renewal or transfer* 1 per card (age 18 & up)

* Transfer = using card in same household to re-check an item
** DVDs = R-rated DVDs may be borrowed by patrons 16 and older only
*** ILL renewals are at the discretion of the lending libraries. Some do not allow renewals.

 

Categories: Family, Community, Non-Profits, Clubs, Non-Profit Clubs/Organizations
Contact: Michael D’Ottavi

Biographical Info

Service organization offering community projects.

Best of Salem County 2021 logo

Categories: Family, Community, Non-Profits, Clubs, Non-Profit Clubs/Organizations
Contact: Margaret Masserini, Coordinator
Categories: Family, Community, Non-Profits, Clubs, Non-Profit Clubs/Organizations
Contact: Nelson Carney
Categories: Non-Profit Clubs/Organizations
Contact: Jeff Dilks, Library Director

Biographical Info

NJ’s second oldest library in operation.

Services offered:  Print/electronic access to free and paid resources

Days/Hours:  Open 6 days a week

Categories: Family, Community, Non-Profits, Clubs, Non-Profit Clubs/Organizations
Contact: Donna Kinzel
Categories: Non-Profit Clubs/Organizations

SALEM COUNTY

Chamber of Commerce

Mailing Address:
PO Box 71
Salem, NJ 08079

Jennifer Jones: 856.351.2245
Fax Number: 856.351.2243

Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 4:00
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