On Campus CONCERN EAP1-800-242-7371Hours: Monday through Saturday, with hours on campus by appointment. Employee Assistance ProgramArea Served: William Paterson UniversityEligibility: Faculty, staff and their household members Fees charged: Free The EAP is a service for William Paterson University faculty and staff and their household members. The EAP offers confidential short term counseling and referral for problems ranging from work-related concerns to personal difficulties that affect an individual's everyday life. Trained counselors help with problems such as career issues, child care, elder care, family and workplace relationship problems, finances, health care, mental health, retirement, substance abuse, and Work/Life balance. Off Campus National Women's Health Information Centerwww.4woman.gov800-994-WOMAN This web site and toll-free call center were created to provide FREE, reliable health information for women everywhere. Browse our database for great resources or take a look through our Special Sections on topic areas like heart disease, disabilities and pregnancy. We're constantly updating our site so please check back often. National Women's Health Resource Centerwww.healthywomen.org877-986-9472More than 100 conditions, diseases and treatments covered in depth. From acupuncture to yoga. Diagnosis, treatment, questions to ask your health care professional, lifestyle tips and more. All content reviewed for medical accuracy by health care professionals. Center for Family Services/Family Healthline251 South Delsea DriveGlassboro, NJ 08028Phone: 800-328-3838Area Served: New JerseyEligibility: Callers looking for referrals for Family Health Issues, i.e., WIC, Family Planning, Prenatal CareFees Charged: None 24-hour hotline that supplies information and referrals to agencies providing family health services to NJ residents (WIC, child health clinics, family planning clinics, etc). Addresses all maternal and child health care needs. Chilton Memorial Hospital97 West ParkwayPompton Plains, NJ 07444Phone: 973-831-5000Area Served: New JerseyEligibility: No RestrictionsFees Charged: None Provides Cardiac Rehab & Conditioning, Community Health Education, a Comprehensive Breast Center, and Diabetes Management Overeaters Anonymous/North Jersey IntergroupPO Box 827Fair Lawn, NJ 07410Phone: (973) 746-8787Email: info@firstname.lastname@example.orgHours: Information and meeting schedule by voice messaging system available 24 hours.Area Served: Morris, Bergen, Passaic, Essex, Hudson, SussexEligibility: Desire to stop compulsive overeatingFees Charged: None Fellowship who meet to help one another understand and overcome their common problem of compulsive overeating. Follows the 12-Step program. The Intergroup offers information about groups meeting in Northern NJ. Sexaholics AnonymousPO Box 3565Brentwood, TN 37024Phone: (866) 424-8777Email: email@example.comArea Served: NationalFees Charged: None Sexaholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength, and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop lusting and become sexually sober. There are no dues or fees for SA membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions. Women For SobrietyPO Box 618Quakertown, PA 18951-0618Phone: (215) 536-8026www.womenforsobriety.orgArea Served: NationalFees Charged: None Women For Sobriety, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping women overcome alcoholism and other addictions. Our "New Life" program helps achieve sobriety and sustain ongoing recovery. CyberdietEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgFounded in 1995, Cyberdiet proudly joined the DietWatch.com, Inc. network of premiere diet and nutrition web sites on the Internet. Cyberdiet features a vast array of nutritional information, interactive tools, discussion groups and more to help users reach their goals. Directory of Travel Clinics and PhysiciansEmail: email@example.comTraveling to far off places on your vacation? Here's an international listing of physicians specializing in tropical medicine, medical parasitology and traveler's health. HealthfinderPO Box 1133Washington, DC 20013-1133Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgA gateway consumer health info site from the U.S. government featuring a health library, articles on selected health topics, and health care directories. MedicineNet903 Calle Amanecer, Suite 300San Clemente, CA 92673www.medicinenet.com:A free medical reference with disease and treatment, pharmacy, medical dictionary, poison control center, and news sections. Morris County Medical Society/Senior Citizens Medical Courtesy51 Elm StreetMorristown, NJ 07960-4191Phone: (973) 539-8888Email: email@example.comHours: 9 am - 4 pm, Mon - FriArea Served: Morris CountyEligibility: 65+ or disabled on Medicare; maximum annual income-$20,437 (single), $25,058 (married); must have PAAD card.A program to provide access to private medical care for eligible senior citizens who might otherwise forego seeking medical assistance for financial reasons. Volunteer physicians have signed a participation agreement and agree to forego billing balance for any amount not covered by insurance, not including deductibles or co-payments. DYFS/Pregnancy Counseling/Adoption Resource22 Mill StreetPaterson, NJ 07501Phone: (973) 742-0063 Paterson office, (800) 392-2658 For public useHours: 9 am - 5 pm, Mon - FriArea Served: Morris CountyEligibility: Unwed mothers meeting agency criteriaServices include counseling and exploring various options prior to and following the birth of the child. Placement and financial assistance are provided when needed. Jewish Family Service/Adoption Services256 Columbia Turnpike, Suite 104Florham Park, NJ 07932-1212Phone: (973) 765-9050Hours: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm, Mon - Thu; 8:30 am - 4 pm, FriArea Served: Morris, Essex, Sussex, and part of Union CountyEligibility: Services aimed primarily at the Jewish Community but open to the larger community.Licensed by state of NJ to do home study evaluation for adoption and post placement supervision. Offers information groups to learn about adoption; counseling and consultation to new families; support groups for infertile couples, couples awaiting adoption, and children who have been adopted. Also offers birth parent services and post-placement supervision. National Adoption Center1500 Walnut Street, Suite 701Philadelphia, PA 19102Phone: (800) 862-3678 (800)-TO-ADOPTEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgHours: 9 am - 5 pm, Mon - Fri; voice mail, after hoursArea Served: All AreasExpands adoption opportunities for children with special needs and children from minority cultures. Special needs children include those who are older or brothers/sisters who need homes together. Many have emotional, mental, or physical disabilities.