Mercer County Family Support Organization (FSO), is a non-profit 501©3 organization committed to providing support, education and advocacy to families of children with Emotional, Behavioral, and Mental Health Challenges, including ID/DD and Substance Abuse.
We are dedicated to ensuring that all families are well educated and effectively able to navigate the New Jersey Children’s System of Care by partnering with the families and community members to provide Strength Based, Accessible Support.
Mercer FSO facilitates support with other parents, provides education and training as well as referral and information to caregivers. Our goal is to empower families to utilize the New Jersey Children’s System of Care and resources effectively for their children and to improve the quality of family life.
As Parents of children with challenges, we help families navigate various services including:
Our trained Parent Partners are available Monday – Friday, 9am-5pm, by calling our Warm Lines @ 609-586-1200 or by walking into our office. We will assist you with questions about your child’s Individualized Education Plan, 504 PLAN, Evaluations and Special Education Law. Mercer FSO offers free workshops and trainings to all Mercer County Residents. Mercer FSO offers free workshops and trainings to all Mercer County Residents.
Mercer FSO partners with families and community agencies within the New Jersey Children’s System of Care to provide a Comprehensive, Strength Based, and Accessible Resources.
We are dedicated to the children and families of Mercer County.
We pledge to Respect, Value, and Support Family Culture, Strengths and Preferences.
Family Support Groups (including but not limited to)
Please see our News & Events page for upcoming workshops.
(events are held @ our FSO office 3535 Quakerbridge Rd, Suite 400, Hamilton, NJ 08619, unless otherwise stated)
∗Seeking Family Support Parent Partner∗
Mercer County Family Support Organization is seeking a full time Family Support Parent Partner. Primary Requirement: Must be a Parent/Guardian of a child with emotional/mental/behavioral health needs. Responsibilities: Help Parents/Guardians have a strong voice w/i the Children's System of Care & supporting families w/ IEP's, court hearings & other meetings as needed. Maintain records/some computer knowledge. Valid Driver's License, current insurance & a reliable vehicle. Must pass a background check. Please contact us: 609-586-1200 x225 or forward resume to: email@example.com