Somerset Home for Temporarily Displaced Children - Bridgewater, NJ

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49 Brahma Avenue
Bridgewater, NJ 08807
: Phone: 908-526-6605

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Description: Somerset Home serves teenagers ages 13 - 21. It offers street outreach, emergency shelter, group home housing and support services, residential transitional-living programs, nonresidential independent-living skills workshops and supportive housing for homeless young adults.

Volunteers Requests by Somerset Home for Temporarily Displaced Children: Volunteers must be 18. A volunteer application is available on our website, where interested individuals can suggest an activity appropriate for boys and girls ages 13-18. Corporate, church and civic groups can call 908-526-6605 to discuss one-time or ongoing projects.

Donation Requests by Somerset Home for Temporarily Displaced Children: Toiletries, slippers, pajamas, hats, gloves, scarves, sweatshirts, socks, household cleaning supplies, school supplies. Clothing in adult sizes must be new.

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