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The Family Resource Network (TFRN)



The Family Resource Network (TFRN)


New Jersey, United States

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1 AAA Drive,Suite 204 New Jersey, Trenton 08691




  • English

Age Groups

  • Adolescents(13-18 yrs)
  • Adults(19-25 yrs)
  • Children(4-12 yrs)
  • Elderly(51-65 yrs)
  • Middle Age(36-50 yrs)
  • Old(65+ yrs)
  • Youth(26-35 yrs)



With more than 50 programs and services available for New Jersey residents living with epilepsy, autism, developmental disabilities and chronic illness, The Family Resource Network (FRN) and its affiliates have been affecting lives of thousands of families across New Jersey for the past 41 years. FRN, originally known as the Epilepsy Foundation of New Jersey, has been providing support services to individuals with special needs and their families since 1970. The Family Resource Network is a comprehensive family-focused umbrella organization designed to meet the growing need for community-based programs and services to individuals and families with a variety of disabilities through our four affiliate organizations (below). The Family Resource Network is a statewide organization with offices located in Brick, Parsippany, Trenton, Manasquan and Westmont. The goal of The Family Resource Network is to help the people we support personalize their options to achieve the lifestyle that best fits them. Rather than choosing from a menu of services, FRN will work with you to find or create a service based on your specific needs. FRN offers a variety of support service options through FRN and its affiliates. Individuals may purchase these services with their Self-Directed budget or as an out-of-pocket expense. These services provide a starting point for creating supports that meet your needs. FRN is a DDD qualified provider. For more information on any of these services, or to speak with someone please call (800) 376-2345 or email Behavioral services Guardianship services In home support / respite Overnight out-of-home Respite Getaways Sibling Workshop/SibShop: To provide brothers and sisters of children with special needs: To meet other siblings in a relaxed, recreational setting. To discuss common joys and concerns with other siblings of children with special needs. To learn how others handle situations commonly experienced by siblings of children with special needs.To learn more about the environment of their brothers and sisters special needs. The sibling workshop is meant for school going siblings of kids with special needs. Meets One Saturday monthly 10 AM- 2 PM $25.00 (Cash or Check is acceptable) Find out dates and reserve your child’s place by calling: 732-262-8020 ext 216 Or by emailing:




MOU Status: Current with Bergen County

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