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irst, congratulations. You’re one of the lucky ones to get your hands on The Hudson Reporter’s very first, bi-annual edition of Hudson Reporter Family. Second, allow us to explain what you can expect to find here. We know how it goes when you find yourself in need of a pediatrician in a pinch and stare open-mouthed at a computer screen full of thousands of internet listings that mean absolutely nothing when there’s a medical need to fill. We’ve been there when our kids or our kids’ kids or our friends’ kids suddenly develop a dire need to hone their ninja skills that must be met with karate instruction, or when they’ve just seen an episode of ‘Bun Heads’ at their B-F-F’s house and will not rest until they, too, are enrolled in a ballet class, or five. Perhaps your tween or teen has skyrocketed your blood pressure into the ether with a new love interest and you’d like to suggest a more cultural (and very public) option for “hanging out” at one of the local museums or parks. During the day, of course. While we humans of the adult sort have developed the sort of patience required to wait, say, a day or two before fulfilling a need – be it practical or frivolous – our under-18 counterparts, by way of nature, have not necessarily caught up. So what do you do when you live in Hudson County and you’re a new parent and think you have no idea how to be a new parent and could really use a seasoned parent to talk to? Or when your child is rapidly approaching the age when school will give you a moment of respite, but you love them so much you have to be absolutely sure you’ve made the best choice from all the options out there? And by the way, what are all the options out there?
Hudson Reporter Family is here to help
We’ve done the legwork for you, because we know how rare time for legwork can become once “you” turns into “family.” We’ve taken the time to cull through the ample wealth of fun, useful, practical, not-so-practical, and all around handy services in Hoboken and Jersey City available to those who find themselves in need of places to go and things to do with that significantly more energetic part of the population that will, sooner than later, make up the next generation.
Friendly user’s guide
We’ve broken it down by category in a way that seems most logical when logic may seem to have flown the coop. There are two main categories: “Activities,” and “Services,” which include the listings of both for- and non-profit organizations. “Activities” will provide you with the things you and the young-uns might want to do, from recreational sports and physical activity to places to play and be entertained; in other words, where to go to have fun. What about parks? You pass them every day, you know they’re there, but what exactly do they offer? We will tell you. “Services” allows you to find the things you need to do. We offer a comprehensive list of schools – including public, charter, and private – and the things that complement your child, tween, or teen’s education like tutoring, or special needs supplements, for instance. Day care is an especially touchy subject for most parents. In our guide, we give you a comprehensive list of places to check out and determine what best suits your family’s specific needs. Hudson Reporter Family has also compiled a list of pediatric and family focused medical services from primary care to dental to mental health. Does your child hate the dentist? Perhaps a waiting room full of conveniently distracting toys and televisions will ease the fear.
A good place to start
No one, tragically, has come up with the magical handbook for seeing a kid safely and happily and successfully through to the big bad world of adulthood, but we can at least point you to a few places that are sure to help you on your journey. We hope you keep us around for a few months and that we serve as the guide we strive to be during times of need, whether it be for fundamentals, or for just plain fun. This is in fact our trial run, so please feel free to email us with suggestions at firstname.lastname@example.org for our second annual edition of Hudson Reporter Family. We are here, after all, to help you as best we can.
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Washington St., Hob, (201) 4202207, www.hobokennj.org/departments/human-services/culturalaffairs; Plans and executes a
wide range of community events to promote the arts and family activities. Provides a wide range of programs to appeal to and unite the entire community.
Responsible for highlighting the exciting and vibrant artistic communities that make Jersey City unique. Sponsors and promotes numerous art fairs, ethnic festivals, local theatre, film and performing arts. Proud partner in the Jersey City Artists Studio Tour, which draws thousands from across the tri-state area.
-Arts/CraftsCREATIVE GROVE - 326 Grove St., JC, (646) 573-7164, creativegrove.org
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JERSEY CITY DIVISION OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS - City Hall, 280 Grove St., JC, (201) 547 6921, www.cityof jerseycity.com/hhs;
JERSEY CITY ART SCHOOL – 326 Fifth St., JC, (201) 7216185, jcartschool.com M. AVERY DESIGNS – 720 Monroe St., Hob, (201) 876-1198; Offers a sewing lounge, classroom, private parties, and summer camp with sewing and crafting classes for children and adults.
URBAN ARTS AT MONROE 720 Monroe St., Hob, (201) 222-5400, urbanartsnj.com; Committed to providing a nurturing environment where the visual arts are used as a vehicle for self-expression and discovery. Classes are offered to those age 2 through adult.
-DanceAU CAPOEIRA – 58 Coles St., JC, (908) 432-2405, aucapoeira.com CREATIVE GROOVE STUDIO – 1200 Park Ave., Hob, (917) 922-1061, creativegroovestudio.com GARDEN STREET SCHOOL OF THE PERFORMING ARTS – 1018 Washington St., Hob, (201) 683-9100; With over 20 years experience, the school’s classes are designed specifically for the age and ability of the students. Teachers are classically trained and certified, and teach classes from ballet to hip hop to children 2 and up.
JERSEY CITY DANCE ACADEMY – 107 West Side Ave., JC, (201) 435-8943, jersey city danceacademy.com
MONROE STREET MOVEMENT SPACE – 720 Monroe St. #C504, Hob, (201) 222-8033, movementspace.com;
KENNEDY DANCERS INC. 79 Central Ave., JC, (201) 659-2190, kennedydancers.org
Offers classes for children and adults and provides movement experiences with the purpose of the development of strength, agility, and body harmony. The goal is to discover movements that come naturally to each individual and then to build strength through alignment and technique.
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MS. HUGUETTE’S BROADWAY DANCE & THEATRICAL STUDIO 821 Broadway, Bayonne, (201) 436-0637; dancehug.com Offers a wide variety of dance techniques and movement styles, including Intensive Study Programs in Ballet and Jazz. Students have received scholarships to performing arts high schools and many have gone on to perform on Broadway.
NEXT STEP BROADWAY - 1 McWilliams Pl., Suite 206, JC, (201) 533-1940, nextstepbroadway.com HOBOKEN TANGO LAB 720 Monroe Street(212) 617-9157, email@example.com
-Museums/ GalleriesACA GALLERIES - 155 Van Wagenen Ave., JC, (201) 332-5375 ART HOUSE PRODUCTIONS 1 McWilliams Pl., JC, (201) 915-9911, arthouseproductions.org BARSKY GALLERY 49 Harrison St., Hob, (888) 465-4949, barskygallery.com HOBOKEN HISTORICAL MUSEUM - 1301 Hudson St., Hob, (201) 656-2240, hobokenmuseum.org; Established in 1986, the museum features exhibitions on Hoboken history and offers educational programs, lectures, tours, films, and plays. Open six days a week with available curriculum tailored to local schools and children’s groups.
JERSEY CITY MUSEUM - 350 Montgomery St., JC, (201) 413-0303, jerseycitymuseum.org; Founded in 1901, the museum offers a full schedule of exhibitions that focus on the work
of contemporary artists who represent the diversity of city society and related education programs for school groups.
LIBERTY SCIENCE CENTER - Liberty State Park, 222 Jersey City Boulevard, JC, (201) 200-1000, www.lsc.org; Dedicated to improving science awareness and knowledge, while developing the next generation of young innovators. Dozens of interactive science and technology exhibitions, IMAX Dome, 3D Theater, rock climbing wall, digital darkroom and outdoor climbing exhibit. See website for a complete list of exhibits.
MAGIC ART CENTER - 353 Franklin Ave., JC, (201) 656-2888 MANA CONTEMPORARY 888 Newark Ave., JC, (201) 604-2702, manafinearts.com MONROE CENTER ARTS - 720 Monroe St., Hob, (201) 795-5000, monroecenter.com MUSEUM OF RUSSIAN ART (MORA) 80 Grand St., JC, (201) 332-9200, museumora.org
-MusicCREATIVE GROVE 326 Grove St., JC, (646) 573-7164, creativegrove.org THE DRUM DEN 333 Newark St., 2E, Hob, (201) 683-8808, firstname.lastname@example.org; Established in 2010, the Drum Den offers kidfriendly lessons for ages 5 and up, taught by a dedicated staff of professional, experienced drummers. Also sells, repairs, and rents drums and equipment.
GARDEN STREET MUSIC – 1018 Washington St., 2nd Fl., Hob, (201) 683-7078, gardenstreetmusic.com THE HOBOKEN SCHOOL OF MUSIC 720 Monroe St., Hob, (201) 798-2600, hobokenschoolofmusic.com THE JERSEY BEANS – 201 9th St., JC, (201) 839-6808, thejerseybeans.com METROPOLIS MUSIC – 240 Newark Ave., JC, (201) 222-8441, JerseyCityMusic.com
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HUDSON THEATRE ENSEMBLE – 601 Park Ave., Hob, (201) 377-7014, hudson theatreensemble.com JERSEY CITY CHILDREN’S THEATER- 83 Wayne St., JC, (917) 363-7429, jcchildrenstheater.org MILE SQUARE THEATRE 720 Monroe Street, Hoboken, (201) 683-7014, milesquaretheatre.org
-Reading/ StorytellingHOBOKEN LIBRARY – 500 Park Ave., Hob, (201) 420-2348, hoboken.bccls.org; Established in 1894, the library offers regular programs for children of all ages as well as special family programs. Students have free internet access, and there is a special children’s room.
THE JERSEY BEANS – 201 9th St., JC, (201) 839-6808, thejerseybeans.com JERSEY CITY FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY - 427 Jersey Ave., JC (201) 547-4526, jclibrary.org; Established in 1889, the library provides over 15,500 books and a first floor children’s room with an extensive array of children’s books and programs listed on the library’s website.
-TheatreART HOUSE PRODUCTIONS - 1 McWilliams Pl., JC, (201) 915-9911, arthouseproductions.org ATTIC ENSEMBLE INC 83 Wayne St., JC, (201) 4139200, atticensemble.org CLEARVIEW CINEMAS 409-415 14th St., Hob, (201) 710-5581, www.clearviewcinemas.com; Features digital projection and leather stadium seating for a state of the art experience. Check the website for movie times.
CREATIVE GROVE 326 Grove St., JC, (646) 573-7164, creativegrove.org HOBOKEN CHILDREN’S THEATER – 720 Monroe St., Hob, (646) 339-8485, hobokenchildrenstheater.com
THE THEATRE COMPANY 720 Monroe Street, Hoboken, (551) 221-9332, thetheatercompany.org
-Exercise/FitnessCLUB KO – 127 Grand St., Hob, (201) 963-7774; Offers classes that burn fat and tone clients up by punching and kicking a real, hanging heavy bag. The resistance burns more calories and tones muscles faster than regular kickboxing.
GYMBOREE – 175 Newark Ave., JC, (201) 918-6988, gymboreeclasses.com MY GYM - 720 Monroe St., Hob, (201) 758-8390, mygym.com WORK IT OUT – 603 Willow Ave., Hob, (201) 222-0802, workitoutgym.com
OUTDOOR/ PHYSICAL -Parks/Playgrounds-
COLUMBUS PARK – Clinton St. b/w 9th & 10th streets, Hob; Uptown park offers two playgrounds, one for toddlers, a public tennis court, and half basketball court with benches and shade trees.
ANGEL LUIS RAMOS PLAYGROUND – 84 Wayne St., JC; Offers a small children’s
COMMUNITY GARDEN – Jackson & 3rd St., Hob;
playground and swingset with open green space, picnic tables, and half court basketball.
Offers two fenced-in playgrounds geared toward children above toddler age.
CASTLE POINT SKATE PARK – Sinatra Dr. & 8th St., Hob;
ELYSIAN PARK – Hudson St. b/w 10th & 11th streets, Hob;
Enclosed cement lined area that offers ramps and half pipes for skateboarders and skaters.
Offers two fenced-in play areas, a basketball court, dog run, and public restroom overlooking the Hudson River.
CHURCH SQUARE PARK – Garden St. b/w 4th & 5th streets, Hob; Offers several small playgrounds, basketball court, a gazebo, and an enclosed dog run. Next to public library and Our Lady of the Grace Church.
FIELD STATION: DINOSAURS - 1 Dinosaur Way, Secaucus, (855) 999-9010, www.fieldstationdinosaurs.com; Experience Jurassic Jersey in an outdoor dinosaur park featuring 31 animatronic, life-sized
HAMILTON PARK – 680 Jersey Ave., JC; Offers large playground space, basketball court with bleachers, two tennis courts, two fenced-in dog runs, benches, a gazebo, and ample green space.
HARBORSIDE PARK – 1501 Park Ave., Hob; Offers to fenced-in playgrounds (one for children under 5) with a gazebo and a large fenced-in green space.
JEFFERSON PARK – 1st & Jefferson St., Hob;
LEGION PARK – 1225 Willow Ave., Hob; park offers newly
MAXWELL PLACE PARK – 1 11th St., Hob; Riverfront park
rennovated children’s playground.
offers dog run, a fenced-in playground, picnic tables, green spaces, and sandy area for playing.
LIBERTY STATE PARK – 200 Morris Pesin Dr., JC; (201) 915-3400; Over 1,212 acres on the Hudson River that offers birdwatching, many playgrounds, picnic areas, fishing areas, boating and kayaking, ferry access, transportation to Ellis Island, shuttle to the Statue of Liberty, access to the Liberty Science Center.
MARY BENSON PARK – 450 3rd St., JC; Located beneath the elevated portion of the Turnpike, park offers baseball field and full basketball court.
Between two buildings, park offers fenced-in area with a jungle gym for older children and no green space.
MULTI SERVICE CENTER – Adams St. b/w 1st & 2nd streets, Hob; Offers indoor roller rink and basketball.
PAULUS HOOK PARK – 49 Essex St., JC; Small park with views of the Hudson River and Manhattan. Offers a basketball court and children’s playground.
PIER A PARK – 100 Sinatra Dr., Hob; Large open green space park with jogging lanes, gazebo, and water park during warmer months.
PIER C PARK – Sinatra Dr. near 4th St., Hob; Recreation pier with Manhattan views that offers playground separated into preschool and school-age sections with climbing structures, sand and water play areas, and a tricycle path. Provides Promenade with green space, seating, fishing pier, and lounging areas.
SINATRA PARK – Sinatra Dr. b/w 4th & 5th streets, Hob; Offers an outdoor amphitheatre, kayak launch, and soccer field used also for baseball and volleyball with on-premise concession stand and restrooms.
STEVENS PARK – Hudson St. b/w 4th & 5th streets, Hob; Next to Hoboken Little League Field and offers benches, a dog run, and an open jungle gym.
VAN VORST PARK – 281 Montgomery St., JC; Offers small children’s playground, open green space, and two dog runs (one for large and one for small dogs). Farmer’s market held every Saturday from May through November.
-PlaygroupsTHE JERSEY BEANS – 201 9th St., JC, (201) 839-6808, thejerseybeans.com JERSEY CITY ART SCHOOL – 326 Fifth St., JC, (201) 7216185, jcartschool.com
-SwimmingPERSHING FIELD POOL – 201 Central Ave., JC, (201) 5475690, jerseycitynj.gov; Open year-round, offers youth hours and swim classes.
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-YogaART OF LIVING – 121 Newark Ave., JC, (201) 779-2010, artofliving.org/jerseycity DEVOTION YOGA – 79 Hudson St., Hob, (201) 610-9642, devotionyoga.com MONROE STREET MOVEMENT SPACE – 720 Monroe St., Hob, (201) 222-8033, movementspace.com SS YOGA – 413 Monmouth St., JC, (201) 963-9642, ss-yoga.com SURYA YOGA ACADEMY – 618 Washington St., Hob, (201) 798-7498, SuryaYoga Academy.com
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-BaseballE.F. JONES PARK – 384 8th St., JC; baseball fields JERSEY CITY LITTLE LEAGUE AND BABE RUTH – for schedule and rates, call (201) 547-5003 or visit jerseycitynj.com.
SPORTS/ RECREATION For further information on city-sponsored sports and recreation in Hoboken, visit hobokennj.org. For further information on city-sponsored sports and recreation in Jersey City, visit jerseycitynj.gov.
-Archery KYUDO: JAPANESE ARCHERY - 180 9th St., JC, kyudo.com/nynj.html
-COLLEGE LITTLE LEAGUE, boys age 5-12, girls age 5-16, Sycamore Road, collegelittleleague.com -GREENVILLE AMERICAN CAL RIPKEN LEAGUE, boys and girls age 4-12, 1 Chapel Ave., greenvilleamerican.com -GREENVILLE/WEST SIDE BABE RUTH, boys age 13-18, Metro Field Club House, 179 Westfield Ave., leagueline up.com/gw -JACKIE ROBINSON, boys and girls 4-18, Mary McLeod Bethune Life Center, 140 MLK Dr., leaguelineup.com/welcome -LINCOLN PARK, boys and girls age 4-12, Lincoln Park, Field 12, Field House -PERSHING FIELD, boys age 4-15, girls age 4-16, Pershing Field Community Center, leaguelineup.com -ROBERTO CLEMENTE, boys and girls age 4-18, Roberto Clemente Clubhouse, Pavonia and Brunswick -WASHINGTON PARK, boys age 4-16, girls age 4-18, Washington Park, 3 Charles St., leaguelineup.com/washingtonpark MARY BENSON PARK – 450 3rd St., JC; baseball field
ROBERTO CLEMENTE LITTLE LEAGUE – 444 Manila Ave., JC, (201) 963-4462;baseball field
-GRAMMAR SCHOOL LEAGUE, boys and girls, age 12 to 14
STEVENS PARK – Hudson St. b/w 4th & 5th streets, Hob; baseball field
HOBOKEN RECREATION FLAG FOOTBALL – (201) 420-5648, hobokennj.org/departments/rec reation/athletic-programs; S
HOBOKEN LITTLE LEAGUE 400 Hudson St, Hob, leaguelineup.com
Season runs mid-November through December, games played weekdays and weekends.
-BasketballHOBOKEN RECREATION BASKETBALL – (201) 420-2094, hobokenyouthbasketball.com; Season runs Nov. through March for following age groups: -INSTRUCTIONAL, boys and girls, age 7 -SMALL FRY LEAGUE, boys and girls, age 8-9 -MIDDLE BASKETBALL LEAGUE, boys and girls, age 10-11
JERSEY CITY FALL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL BASKETBALL – jerseycitynj.gov; Open to boys and girls of elementary school age only. Check website in October for scheduling and registration information.
-BikingGROVE STREET BICYCLES – 365 Grove St., JC, (201) 4510075, grovestreetbicycles.com
-BasketballANGEL LUIS RAMOS PLAYGROUND – 84 Wayne St., JC; court HAMILTON PARK – 680 Jersey Ave., JC; court MULTI SERVICE CENTER – Adams St. b/w 1st & 2nd streets, Hob; court PAULUS HOOK PARK – 49 Essex St., JC; court
-Cheerleading JERSEY LIBERTY ALL STARS CHEERLEADING – JC, jerseycityliberty.com
-FencingCOBRA FENCING CLUB- 629 Grove St., JC, (201) 882-2879, cobrafencing.com
-FootballHOBOKEN RECREATION FOOTBALL – (201) 420-5648, hobokennj.org/departments/rec reation/athletic-programs; Season runs August through November for the following divisions:
GRUNTS DIVISION, age 7-8 LIGHTWEIGHT DIVISION, age 9-10 MIDDLEWEIGHT DIVISION, age 11-12 HEAVYWEIGHT DIVISION, age 13-14
No homework. No tests. No test prep. SAT-10 May 2012 Aggregate Scores Total Reading Total Mathematics Language Science Social Science Total Battery
Grade 3 %ile Grade Rank Equiv. 87 8.5 85 8.8 91 9.4 85 6.7 87 7.2 85 8.3
Grade 4 %ile Grade Rank Equiv. 88 10.2 90 7.9 85 7.8 79 7.0 91 9.9 86 9.9
Grade 5 %ile Grade Rank Equiv. 88 8.8 93 10.4 83 7.9 86 9.3 85 8.4 85 10.7
Grade 6 %ile Grade Rank Equiv. Aggregate scores for 2012 are not available. 2011 SAT-10 Results reported below.
Grade 7 (LT) %ile Grade Rank Equiv. 95 11.0 88 8.6 92 10.5 81 10.7 77 9.8 87 11.8
Results are vs 2002 National norms (pre-NCLB); grade equivalents are reported in years.months; LT = students who have been at WFM for more than two years.
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Elementary and Middle School Campus: 1 Canal Street, Jersey City
In conjunction with the NFL, the Jersey City Department of Recreation conducts a Youth Flag Football League for grammar school boys and girls age 7 to 14. Junior division age 7 to 10, senior division age 11 to 14. Games are held throughout the city and applications are accepted from Aug. to mid-Sept. For more information call Joe Napolitano Jr. at the above number.
-Go kartsPOLE POSITION RACEWAY 99 Caven Point Rd., JC, (201) 333-7223, polepositionraceway.com
-Gymnastics/TumblingJERSEY CITY DANCE ACADEMY â€“107 West Side Ave., JC, (201) 435-8943, JerseyCityDanceAcademy.com MY GYM - 720 Monroe St., Hob, (201) 758-8390, mygym.com WORK IT OUT â€“ 603 Willow Ave., Hob, (201) 222-0802, workitoutgym.com TRAVELING TUMBLERS â€“ 124 Grand Street & 301 Garden St., Hob, (732) 302-5850, travelintumblers.com
HOBOKEN RECREATION HOCKEY â€“ (201) 420-5648, hobokennj.org/departments/rec reation/athletic-programs;
JERSEY CITY LACROSSE â€“ P.O. Box 17083, JC, (201) 951-0478, jerseycitylacrosse.com; A nonprofit, com-
Season runs June through November, ages 6-12.
munity-based youth sports organization that promotes personal development, character, teamwork and life lessons through the teaching and playing of the game of lacrosse.
-Ice/Roller SkatingMULTI SERVICE CENTER â€“ Adams St. b/w 1st & 2nd streets, Hob; roller rink NEWPORT SKATES â€“ 95 River Dr., JC, (201) 626-7465, newportskates.com PERSHING FIELD ICE RINK â€“ Summit & Pershing avenues, JC, (201) 547-4392, jcnj.com/pershingfieldrev.shtml; check jerseycitynj.gov in Oct. for new hours.
-Martial ArtsCLUB KO â€“ 900 Madison St., Hob, (201) 963-7774, clubkogyms.com FAMILY FITNESS MIXED MARTIAL ARTS â€“ 419 Central Ave., JC, (201) 222-8996, ffmanj.org
MANDARIN TOGETHER FUN â€“ 601 Park Ave., Hob, (201) 876-0131, MandarinTogetherFun.org PADILLA SPORT TAEKWONDO â€“ 603 Adams St., Hob, (201) 656-0990, sporttaekwondo.net TIGER SHULMANNâ€™S KARATE â€“ 84 Washington St., Hob, (201) 792-5425, tsk.com UNIVERSAL WARRIOR ARTS - 250 Broadway, Bayonne; 1683 Kennedy Blvd., JC, (201) 437-1820, www.afterschooluwa-martialarts.com; Provides a safe environment that motivates children to reach their full potential through martial arts. Positive lessons provide a balanced exercise prgram, leadership training, and character building activities designed to encourage your childâ€™s ultimate success.
WAY OF THE WINDS â€“ 180 9th St., JC, (201) 386-9029
-Police Athletic LeaguesHOBOKEN POLICE ACTIVITY LEAGUE â€“ (201) 7269256, Bgohde0609@aol.com, hobokenpal.org/teaminfo.html; Age cut-off is August 1. Please bring a copy of childâ€™s birth certificate and three proofs of residency to the Department of Recreation, located at 124 Grand Street
(2nd floor), to register for any of the following sports programs: Basketball, October registration, season Nov. through March for:
SMALL FRY LEAGUE: age 7-9 BIDDY BASKETBALL LEAGUE: age 9-11 GRAMMAR SCHOOL LEAGUE: age 12-14 FOOTBALL, Season Aug. through Nov. for: GRUNTS DIVISION: age 7-8 LIGHTWEIGHT DIVISION: age 9-10 MIDDLEWEIGHT DIVISION: age 11-12 HEAVYWEIGHT DIVISION: age 13-14 FLAG FOOTBALL, Games played weekdays and weekends, season mid-Nov. through Dec. for: FLAG FOOTBALL DIVISION A: 6th through 8th grade
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- JERSEY CITY FALL YOUTH SOCCER PROGRAM, age 5-16, (201) 547-5003; Download registration forms at jerseycitynj.gov. - JERSEY CITY SOCCER ASSOCIATION, (917) 951-0388, jerseycitysoccerassociation.org; Call Carlos Gavilanes for more information on schedules and fees, program operates in conjunction with the Jersey City Department of Recreation.
-HANS SOLIZ SOCCER, (201) 547-5003;
FLAG FOOTBALL DIVISION B: 9th through 12th grade JERSEY CITY POLICE ATHLETIC LEAGUE 163 Old Bergen Rd., JC, (201) 434-3366, jcpal.org; In operation since 1978, Jersey City children age 5-19 can participate in the following sports programs:
Rugby, Soccer, Boxing, Golf, Basketball, Police Explorers, Wrestling, Cheerleading
-SoccerFUN KIDS SOCCER – 55 River Dr. South, JC, funkidssoccer.com HOBOKEN YOUTH SOCCER – (201) 420-5648, hobokenyouthsoccer.com; Season runs Sept. through Nov., most games on Saturday
with weekday practices. Players should bring cleats, shin guards, a ball, and water. Available for the following divisions:
INSTRUCTIONAL LEAGUE, age 5-6 SOCCER DIVISION A, age 7-8 SOCCER DIVISION B, age 9-11 SOCCER DIVISION C, age 12-14 JERSEY CITY RECREATION SOCCER – (201) 547-5003; firstname.lastname@example.org; Conducts clinics and instruction year-round for boys and girls age 4-14. Participants must bring birth certificate, 2 passport size photos, proof of residency and be accompanied by a parent or guardian to register.
Program receives financial assistance from the Jersey City Department of Recreation and this Program does charge a fee.
-JERSEY CITY HISPANIC AMERICAN SOCCER SCHOOL, (201) 870-1579; Programs are available for students at all levels of ability.
SINATRA PARK – Sinatra Dr. b/w 4th & 5th streets, Hob; soccer field SOCCER LEARNING – 180 19th St., JC, (201) 6561156, soccerlearningcenter.com
-TennisHAMILTON PARK – 680 Jersey Ave., JC; tennis courts HOBOKEN TENNIS CLUB 510 Washington St., Hob, HobokenTennis.com
-Track and FieldJERSEY CITY INDOOR TRACK AND FIELD –boys and girls age 7-14, (201) 547-4446, fax (201) 5474586; Includes track, shot put, rocket throw, high jump, and long jump. Program is free to Jersey City residents, proof of residency and $5 entry fee required.
-TravelCRUISE, INC. -JC, (201) 4871942, www.destinationsunbound.com; Whether planning a family reunion, a relaxing retreat or a lover’s getaway, specialists will provide the best options around. Part of the largest vacation retailer in the U.S. allows for insider savings and special fares. Call Paul Kocvara for more information.
S ERVICES -Online Parenting GroupsHOBOKEN FAMILY ALLIANCE –hobokenfamily.com Online, volunteer-driven organization that has helped Hoboken families unite for over 10 years. Provides comprehensive listings of family-related resources.
THE HOBOKEN MOMS meetup.com/HobokenMoms Online parenting group that provides mother-to-mother support with organized play dates and events.
JERSEY CITY/HOBOKEN MOMS – what toexpect.com/forums/jerseycity-hoboken-moms Online support group for pregnancy and parenting.
GENESIS EDUCATIONAL CENTER – 317 3rd St., JC, (201) 798-0642
LEARNING FUN IN HOBOKEN – Hob, learningfunhoboken.com
HOBOKEN LITTLE SCHOOL1 Newark St, Hob, (201)798-5437, hobokenlittleschool.com;
-Child SafetyA+ CHILDPROOFING – Hob, JC, (646) 450-1557, apluschildproofing.com BABY PROOFERS PLUS – Hob, JC, (908) 598-0676, babyproofersplus.com
JERSEY CITY KIDS – jerseycitykids.com Online resource for all things parenting, including coupons for kid-friendly activities.
THE JERSEY CITY MOMS meetup.com/jerseycitymoms Online parenting group that caters to mothers with children newborn to 6 years of age from Jersey City. They organize play dates and outings held mostly downtown and require an application for membership. Once granted, members are required to take an active role in the group.
MOMMIES 24 7 – hoboken. mommies247.com Online social networking organization for mothers in Hoboken.
-BabysittingAuPairCare – Hudson County, (201) 330-1993, email@example.com, aupaircare.com; AuPairCare provides families with a flexible and affordable childcare option, averaging around $7.50 per hour. Local Area Director Andrea Coyle provides support to families in Hoboken, Jersey City, and the surrounding area.
BEYOND BASIC LEARNING CENTER – 1330 Sinatra Drive and 336 Sinatra Drive, Hob, (201) 798-0071, beyondbasiclearning.com; Committed to providing an environment where a child’s natural curiosity to learn is guided to support the acquisition of skills that promote critical thinking and self awareness.
CHILD CARE -Day CareADVENTURES IN LEARNING – 50 Harrison St., Hob, (201) 222-3560, adventuresinlearningnj.com BEYOND BASIC LEARNING – 1330 Sinatra Dr.; 336 Sinatra Dr., Hob, (201) 798-0071, beyondbasiclearning.com BRIGHT BEGINNINGS EARLY LEARNING CENTER – 659 1st St., Hob, (201) 222-9004 BRIGHT HORIZONS – 1155 Maxwell Ln., Hob, (201-420-6039, centers.bright horizons.com/maxwellplace BRIGHT HORIZONS – 389 Washington St., JC, (201) 420-7324
Offers a low student to teacher ratio, extra curricular activities, and healthy meals offered at no additional cost, as well as the web cams in each classroom so parents can check in on their children.
HOBOKEN MONTESSORI SCHOOL – 158 14th St., Hob, (201) 656-7300, hobokenmontessori.com JERSEY CITY MONTESSORI SCHOOL – 17 Erie St., JC, (201) 432-6300, montessoriofjerseycity.com
JERSEY CITY CHILD DEVELOPMENT/HEAD START CENTERS, CANAL – 1 Canal St., JC, (201) 332-5633 KIDDIE ACADEMY - 1006 New County Rd., Secaucus, (201) 942-0889, kiddieacademy.com; Provides educational child care to children ages 6 weeks to 12 years. Their developmentally appropriate curriculum, Life Essentials®, and character education programs better prepares children for school and for life.
KIDZ CITY – 834 Washington St., Hob, (201) 792-8895, kidzcitydaycare.com MILE SQUARE DAY CARE CENTER – 301 Garden St., Hob, (201) 659-6086
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JERSEY CITY BABYSITTERS – jerseycitybabysitters.com Au Pair Care
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MONTESSORI SCHOOL OF JERSEY CITY – 17 Erie St., JC, (201) 432-6300, montessoriofjerseycity.com NUESTRO NINO DAY CARE CENTER INC – 201 Garden St., Hob, (201) 656-8317 PARK PREP ACADEMY – 519 Central Ave., JC, (201) 217-0202, parkprepacademy.com
After School Programs • Building FUN after the school day is done! Pre-School Classes • Little hands making BIG discoveries. Birthday Parties • Build, Play and Celebrate! Field Trips • We Learn, We Build, We Play! Camps • Exploring, connecting, creating… the formula for fun! Kidz Night Out • When parents are away, the kidz will PLAY! We Learn, We Build, We Play with… LEGO® Bricks
720 Monroe Street, Hoboken, NJ 07030
201-747-7070 www.bricks4kidzhoboken.com LEGO® is a Trademark of the LEGO® Company which is not affiliated with Bricks4Kidz™
PRIME TIME EARLY LEARNING CENTERS – 410 Hudson St., Hob, (201) 420-7644, primetimeschools.com RIVER SCHOOL – 30 Newport Pkwy, JC, (201) 626-8888, theriverschool.com SMILE NURSERY – 1 mo. through 2 years; 276 First Street, 547 Jersey Ave., JC, (201) 963-8533; smilepreschoolandnursery.com The nursery is a special part of their corporation, housed in a special ground floor facility which provides a loving, hygienic, and sanitary environment to allow our kids to develop mentally and freely.
SPRING LAKE DAY CAMP – 234 Conklintown Rd, Ringwood, (973) 831-9000, sldc.com; Spring Lake Day Camp’s goal is to enhance self-confidence, develop leadership skills, and instill positive socialization within a non-competitive, highly instructional program.
-FurnitureBELLINI BABY & TEEN FURNITURE 770 Morris Tpk., Short Hills, www.bellini.com; Celebrating its 22nd anniversary and now serving a second generation of Hoboken and Jersey City customers. Quality, timeless design and excellent service define Bellini.
-After SchoolBRICKS 4 KIDZ – 720 Monroe St., Hob, (201) 747-7070; Programs built around proprietary model plans designed by engineers and architects using LEGO® bricks. Programs include after school enrichment classes, preschool classes, birthday parties and camps.
HOBOKEN MONTESSORI SCHOOL – 158 14th St., Hob, (201) 656-7300, hobokenmontessori.com HOPES HEAD START – 201 Garden St., Hob, (201) 795-4416, hopes.org UNITED SYNAGOGUE OF HOBOKEN, 115 Park Ave., Hob, (201) 659-4000, www.hobokensynagogue.org; Serves Hoboken’s vibrant, participatory Jewish community with Kaplan Cooperative Preschool (infants/toddlers/2s); half-day and full-day preschool beginning age 2 ½; Learning Center provides afterschool and weekend Jewish education programs for ages 4 through 18.
EDUCATION -Elementary, K-8 AL GHAZALY SCHOOL – 17 Park St., JC, (201) 433-5002, alghazalyschool.com ALL SAINTS EPISCOPAL DAY SCHOOL – Pre-K through 8; 707 Washington St., Hob, (201) 792-0736 A J DEMAREST SCHOOL – Grades 5 through 8; 158 4th St., Hob, (201) 356-3740 BEYOND BASIC LEARNING SOUTH – 336 Sinatra Dr., Hob, (201) 798-0071, beyondbasiclearning.com
CORNELIA F BRADFORD #16 – 96 Sussex St, JC, (201) 915-6450, jcboe.org DR. M. CONTI SCHOOL #5 – 182 Merseles St., JC, (201) 714-4300, jcboe.org ELYSIAN CHARTER SCHOOL – K through 8; 301 Garden St., Hob, (201) 876-0102, ecsnj.org FIRST CHRISTIAN PENTECOSTAL ACADEMY – 441 Jersey Ave., JC, (201) 413-1136 GENESIS EDUCATIONAL CENTER – 317 3rd St., JC, (201) 798-0642 HAMILTON PARK MONTESSORI SCHOOL – 1 McWilliams Pl., JC, (201) 533-1910, hamilton parkmontessori.com HOBOKEN CATHOLIC ACADEMY – Grades 1 through 8; 555 7th St., Hob, (201) 963-9535, hobokencatholic.org HOBOKEN CHARTER SCHOOL – 713 Washington St., Hob, (201) 963-0222, hobokencs.org HOBOKEN CHARTER SCHOOL – Pre-K through 12; 150 4th St., Hob, (201) 963-0222, hobokencs.org HOBOKEN MONTESSORI SCHOOL – 158 14th St., Hob, (201) 656-7300, hobokenmontessori.com H.O.L.A- 123 Jefferson St., Hob, (201) 4271458, holoahoboken.org HOLY ROSARY SCHOOL – Grades 4 through 8; 189 Brunswick St., JC, (201) 795-0921, ressurectionschooljcnj.org HOPES HEAD START – 201 Garden St., Hob, (201) 795-4416, hopes.org
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JERSEY CITY CHILD DEVELOPMENT/HEAD START CENTERS, CANAL – 1 Canal St., JC, (201) 332-5633
scoop.org; Founded in 1949, it’s the only nonsectarian, independent, accredited elementary school in Hoboken and an excellent model of rigorous progressive education in action. Serves over 400 students from age 2 through 8th grade.
JERSEY CITY GOLDEN DOOR CHARTER SCHOOL #74 – K through 7; 3044 John F Kennedy Blvd. West, JC, (201) 795-4400, golden doorschool.org
THOMAS G CONNORS PRIMARY SCHOOL – Pre-K through 4; 201 Monroe St., Hob, (201) 356-3680
JOSEPH S. BRANDT MIDDLE SCHOOL – Grades 6 through 8; 215 9th St., Hob, (201) 356-3690, hobokenk12.powertolearn.net
WALLACE PRIMARY SCHOOL – Pre-K through 4; 1100 Willow Ave., Hob, (201) 356-3650
KENNEDY SCHOOL #9 – Pre-K through 8; 222 Mercer St., JC, (201) 915-6410, jcboe.org LEARNING COMMUNITY CHARTER SCHOOL – through 8; 2495 John F. Kennedy Blvd., JC, (201) 322-0900, lccsnj.org LIBERTY ACADEMY CHARTER SCHOOL – 211 Sherman Ave., JC, (201) 2176771, libertyacademy.org MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. SCHOOL – 886 Bergen Ave., JC, (201) 915-6521 MONTESSORI SCHOOL OF JERSEY CITY– 17 Erie St., JC, (201) 432-6300, montessoriofjerseycity.com MUSTARD SEED SCHOOL – K through 8; 422 Willow Ave., Hob, (201) 653-5548, mustardseedschool.org; An intercultural, interdenominational Christian
school in Hoboken whose progressive curriculum emphasizes academics, arts, faith, and service to educate the whole child. Offers a generous financial aid program and welcomes families from all backgrounds.
THE OLC SCHOOL- 248 Marin Blvd, JC, (201) 434-2405, olcschool.org; Demonstrates commitment to the pursuit of academic excellence whose average student scores above 75 percent of the nation in the major subject areas and has implemented a successful math initiative with an emphasis on the Common Core Standards.
PARK PREP ACADEMY – 519 Central Ave., JC, (201) 217-0202, parkprepacademy.com
PRIME TIME EARLY LEARNING CENTERS – 410 Hudson St., Hob, (201) 420-7644, prim timeschools.com
SCHOMBURG CHARTER SCHOOL – K through 5; 508 Grand St., JC, (201) 451-7770, schomburgcharter.org
RAFAEL DE J CORDERO #37 – Pre-K through 8; 158 Erie St., JC, (201) 714-4390, jcboe.org RESURRECTION SCHOOL – 189 Brunswick St., JC, (201) 653-1699, resurrectionschooljcnj.org SAINT NICHOLAS SCHOOL – 118 Ferry St., JC, (201) 659-5948, snsjc.org SALVATORE R. CALABRO, NO. 4 – 524 Park Ave., Hob, (201) 356-3670
ST. ALOYSIUS ELEMENTARY ACADEMY – 721 W Side Ave., JC, (201) 433-4270 ST. JOSEPH ELEMENTARY 509 Pavonia Ave., JC, (201) 653-0128, school. stjosephjc.com ST. PETER’S MIDDLE SCHOOL – Grades 4 through 8; 189 Brunswick St., JC, (201) 434-8500, resurrectionschooljcnj.org STEVENS COOPERATIVE SCHOOL – 301 Garden St., Hob, (201) 792-3688; 100 River Dr., JC, (201) 626-4020, steven-
• Open 7:30 am – 7:00 pm • Certified Teachers • Includes Lunch & Snack (Kindergarten Only) • Children must be 5 years old by December 1st
1330 Sinatra Drive & 336 Sinatra Drive, Hoboken, NJ BBL: The International School is dedicated to delivering a rich educational experience to children that is also embraced with compassion, hugs and love. Established in 2002, BBL sets the standard for quality. Family owned and operated, the school remains committed to a teaching philosophy that passes on an invigoration for learning to our children.
• Emphasis on science, math and arts • Philosophy of learning is natural, nurturing and fun • Access to safe, private playgrounds • Former students widely accepted at noted national/international schools For more information, please contact our Enrollment Administrator at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website at www.beyondbasiclearning.com
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WATERFRONT MONTESSORI – 150 Warren St., Suite 108, JC, (201) 333-5600, waterfrontmontessori.com; Waterfront Montessori prepares Toddler through Middle School Students to lead in a globally integrated, collaborative, digital world through independent self-directed study, artistic endeavor and integrated curriculum with a global perspective.
-Gifted ProgramsJOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY CTY PROGRAM – Hob, (201) 356-7301, email@example.com. us THE HUDSON SCHOOL – 601 Park Ave., Hob, (201) 6598335, thehudsonschool.com
Now accepting applications! INFANTS THROUGH KINDERGARTEN
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-Language ClassesADRILAND INSTITUTE - 80 River St., Hob, (201) 710-5471, adriland.com BE SMARTER BE LINGUAL – 946 Bloomfield St., Hob, (201) 656-4089, besmarterbelingual.com BRIGHT BEGINNINGS EARLY LEARNING CENTER – 659 1st St., Hob, (201) 222-9004 MANDARIN TOGETHER - 601 Park Ave., Hob, (201) 876-0131, mandarintogether.org SPANISH BLACKBELT – Newport, JC, (347)410-9273, apply@ spanishblackbelt.com, WORLD OF MANDARIN – 125 1st St, JC, (347) 267-0100, worldofmandarin.org
-PreschoolALL SAINTS EPISCOPAL DAY SCHOOL – Pre-K through 8; 707 Washington St., Hob, (201) 792-0736 BRICKS 4 KIDZ – 720 Monroe St., Hob,
(201) 747-7070; Programs built around proprietary model plans designed by engineers and architects using LEGO® bricks. Programs include after school enrichment classes, preschool classes, birthday parties and camps.
BRIGHT HORIZONS – 1155 Maxwell Ln., Hob, (201) 420-6039, centers.brighthorizons.com/ maxwellplace EARLY LEARNING ACADEMY AT GULL’S COVE – 201 Luis Munoz Marin Blvd., JC, (201) 793-8949, elasacademy.com GARDEN PRESCHOOL COOPERATIVE – 1 McWilliams Pl., JC, (201) 309-0440, gardenpreschool.org HAMILTON PARK MONTESSORI SCHOOL – 1 McWilliams Pl., JC, (201) 533-1910, hamiltonparkmontessori.com HOBOKEN CHARTER SCHOOL – PreK through 12; 150 4th St., Hob, (201) 963-0222, hobokencs.org HOBOKEN MONTESSORI SCHOOL – 158 14th St.,
Hob, (201) 656-7300, hobokenmontessori.com HUDSON MONTESSORI – 10 Regent St., JC, (201) 516-0700, hudsonmontessori.net INTERNATIONAL LEARNING CENTER – 163 Christopher Columbus Dr., JC, (201) 369-1818 KAPLAN COOPERATIVE PRESCHOOL – 115 Park Ave., Hob, (201) 659-4000, hobokensynagogue.org MILE SQUARE DAY CARE CENTER – 301 Garden St., Hob, (201) 659-6086 PRIME TIME EARLY LEARNING CENTERS – 410 Hudson St., Hob, (201) 420-7644, primetimeschools.com SMILE PRE-SCHOOL – age 2 through 6; 194 Newark Ave., JC, (201) 963-8533; Smilepreschoolandnurs ery.com Programs have been in operation for twelve years. Faculty continuously strive to excel and provide a warm and happy structured atmosphere for each child.
UNITED SYNAGOGUE OF HOBOKEN, 115 Park Ave., Hob, (201) 659-4000, www.hobokensynagogue.org; Serves Hoboken’s vibrant, participatory Jewish community with Kaplan Cooperative Preschool (infants/toddlers/2s); half-day and full-day preschool beginning age 2 ½; Learning Center provides afterschool and weekend Jewish education programs for ages 4 through 18.
COUNTY PREP HIGH SCHOOL – 525 Montgomery St., JC, (201) 631-6302 FRANK R CONWELL MIDDLE SCHOOL #4 – 107 Bright St., JC, (201) 946-5740, jcboe.com GENESIS ACADEMY – Pre-K through 6; 317 Third St., JC, (201) 798-0642
HOBOKEN CHARTER SCHOOL – Pre-K through 12; 150 4th St., Hob, (201) 963-0222, hobokencs.org HOBOKEN HIGH SCHOOL – 800 Clinton St., Hob, (201) 356-3700, hobokenk12.powertolearn.net HUDSON CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL – 790 Bergen Ave., JC, (201) 332-5970 THE HUDSON SCHOOL – Grades 5 through 12; 601 Park Ave., Hob, (201) 659-8335, thehudsonschool.com JAMES J FERRIS HIGH SCHOOL – 35 Colgate ST., JC, (201) 915-6660, jcboe.org KENMARE HIGH SCHOOL – 89 York St., JC, (201) 451-1177 LINCOLN HIGH SCHOOL – 60 Crescent Ave., JC, (201) 915-6700 MCNAIR ACADEMIC – Grades 9 through 12; 123 Coles St., JC, (201) 418-7618, mcnairacademy.com SALVATORE R. CALABRO, NO. 4 – PreK through 5; 310 Jefferson St., Hob, (201) 356-3681
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STEVENS COOPERATIVE SCHOOL – Pre-K through 8; 301 Garden St., Hob (201) 792-3688, 100 River Dr (201) 626-4020, stevenscoop.org
ST. ANTHONY HIGH SCHOOL – 175 8th St., JC, (201) 653-5143 ST. DOMINIC ACADEMY – 2572 Kennedy Blvd., JC, (201) 434-5938 ST. PETER’S PREP – High school; 144 Grand St., JC, (201) 547-6400, stpetersprep.org ST. MARY’S HIGH SCHOOL – 209 3rd St., JC, (201) 656-8008, resurrectionschooljcnj.org WM. L. DICKINSON HIGH SCHOOL - 2 Palisade Ave., JC, (201) 714-4400
-Special EducationA HARRY MOORE SCHOOL - 2078 Kennedy Blvd., JC; (201) 200-3138 NJ REG DAY-JERSEY CITY SCHOOL – 425 Johnston Ave., JC, (201) 915-6165 SENSORY KIDS – 158 Newark Ave., JC, (201) 324-1700, sensorykidsllc.com; The school’s mission is to help children participate and enjoy the different types of roles they have, such as being loving members of their families, active
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learners, and comfortable and social playmates with peers. private clinic that provides Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, Art Therapy, Integrated listening/motor coordination sessions.
HOBOKEN PEDIATRICS â€“ 1327 Willow Ave., Hob, (201) 963-5633, hoboken pediatrics.net HUMBERTO PEREZ, MD â€“ 646 Jersey Ave., JC, (201) 656-5711
E.V. MEDRANO, MD â€“ 307 York St., JC, (201) 432-2237
HOPES HEAD STARTâ€“ 201 Garden St., Hob, (201) 7954416, hopes.org
NEWPORT LIBERTY MEDICAL â€“ 610 Washington Blvd., JC, (201) 222-1266
STARR TUTORING - 95 Newark St, Hob, (973) 865-2107, starrtutoring.org
PAUL TEODORO, MD â€“ 422 Grand St., Hob, (201) 798-1200 PORTSIDE MEDICAL â€“ 115 Christopher Columbus Dr., JC, (201) 547-3555
HEALTH/ WELLNESS -Foster CareDIVISION OF YOUTH AND FAMILY SERVICES â€“ Hudson County, (855) 463-6323, state.nj.us/dcf HUDSON COUNTY CASA â€“ 422 Hoboken Ave., JC, (201) 795-9855, hudson countycasa.org YOUTH CONSULTATION SERVICE â€“ 260 Broadway, Newark, (973) 482-2774
-HealthcareBALACCO & DE MARCO FAMILY PRACTICE â€“ 108 Washington St., Hob, (201) 656-5688
FAMILY HEALTH SERVICES AT BAYONNE MEDICAL CENTER â€“ 29 East 29th St., Bayonne, (201) 858-5000, bayonnemedicalcenter.org;
CENTER FOR FAMILY HEALTH AT HOBOKEN UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER â€“ 122 Clinton St., Hob, (201) 418-3100; The caring physicians at the Center for Family Health at Hoboken University Medical center provide comprehensive health care for the entire family, from birth to senior years. Services include OBGYN, foot and ankle wound care, and a broad line of HIV services.
DONNA MERCADO, MD â€“ 122 Clinton St., Hob, (201) 4201266 FAMILY HEALTH CENTER â€“ 115 Christopher Columbus Dr., JC, (201) 432-4600
Addresses the needs of the community by offering a complete spectrum of healthcare specialties for individuals of all age groups. Award-winning services include behavioral health, cardiac care, state-ofthe-art cardiovascular services, diabetes education and support groups, dialysis, and radiology services.
FERMIN J. LEON, MD â€“ 11 Erie St., JC, (201) 333-4650 HOBOKEN FAMILY MEDICINE & WOMENâ€™S HEALTH â€“ 330 Grand St., Hob, (201) 420-6445
REGINA POLITIS, MD- 3526 JFK Blvd, JC, (201) 653-5933 RICARDO MATIENZO, MD â€“ 450 7th St., Hob, (201) 659-0711 RIVERSIDE PEDIATRICS â€“ 232 Clinton St and 609 Washington St., Hob, (201) 876-3215 and (201)706-8488, riversidepeds.com SMALL WORLD PEDIATRICS OF HOBOKEN â€“ 79 Hudson St., #301, Hob, (201) 792-5554 Vitamed Family Practice â€“ 610 Newark Ave., #2, JC, (201) 963-0800, myvitamed.com
West River Medical Associates â€“ 323 Washington St., Fl. 2, Hob, (201) 795-9909
-Dental CareA PLUS FAMILY DENTISTRY â€“ 273 Monmouth St. #A, JC, (201) 435-7700 AVM DENTAL CENTER â€“ 282 Grand St., JC, (201) 433-8600, avmdental.net CTNP ORTHODONTICS- 79 Hudson St, Hob, (201) 714-9800, ctnporthodontics.com COSMETIC AND GENERAL FAMILY DENTISTRY â€“ 80 River St., Hob, (201) 798-6684, dentiquehoboken.com CYNTHIA LEUNG, DDS â€“ 79 Hudson St., Suite 508, Hob, (201) 653-2929 DENTAL ASSOCIATES OF HOBOKEN â€“ 233 Washington St., Hob, (201) 795-2111, hobokencosmeticdentistry.com EASTCOAST FAMILY DENTISTRY â€“ 239 Washington St., JC, (201) 332-4699 HOBOKEN ORTHODONTICS- 928 Washington St, Hob, (201) 876-5500, hobokenortho.com MARC MELNICK, DDS â€“ 938 Hudson St., Hob, (201) 6590750
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MEI MEI CHENG, DMD – 99 Montgomery St., JC, (201) 434-1990 TERRY SCHWARZWALD, DDS- 415 Washington St, Hob, (201) 659-0009 NANCY HANNA – 26 Journal Sq., Ste. 800, JC, (201) 433-0773, drnancyhanna.com NOVA DENTAL CENTER – 600 Clinton St., Hob, (201) 963-0060, nova-dentalcenter.com WASHINGTON DENTAL CARE – 629 Washington St., Hob, (201) 659-9090
-Mental Health ServicesALVARO GUTIERREZ, MD – 23 Bloomfield St., Hob, (201) 222-1370 ANTONIO BURR, PH.D. 2 Marine View Plz., #6, Hob, (201) 659-6113 COUNSELING AND PSYCHOTHERAPY SERVICE – 132 Washinton St., Hob, (201) 795-5050 COUNSELING AND RESOURCE CENTER OF CHRIST HOSPITAL 176 Palisade Ave., JC,
(888) 753-3724; Provides a vari-
THOMAS PINI- 1321 Washington St, Hob, (201) 452-8623
ety of mental health services and addiction programs with a staff of highly-qualified psychiatrists, advanced practice nurses, and fully-licensed clinicians. A wide range of treatment options are available for individuals and families dealing with mental illness and substance abuse.
VIRA ROHINI, PH.D. - 50 Harrison St., Suite 212-A, Hob, (917) 328-5926
-Special NeedsHoboken Special Needs Parent Group- hoboken snpg.org, hobokenSNPG @yahoogroups.com;
DEBORAH ADAMO – 223 Bloomfield St., Hob, (201) 610-0399
A network of support for parents, caregivers, and professionals who care for special needs children that offers therapist and specialist references, special needs activities, fundraising opportunities, and discussion forums.
EILEEN A. EPSTEIN, PH.D. 40 Newport Parkway #110, JC, (201) 626-3399 HOBOKEN CENTER – PSYCHOTHERAPY – 1301 Park Ave., Hob, (201) 653-1208
JERSEY CITY MEDICAL CENTER, CENTER FOR CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS – 953 Garfield Ave., JC, (201) 915-2059
HUDSON COUNSELING CENTER – 66 Hudson St., Hob, (201) 659-4533 HUDSON PSYCHIATRIC ASSOCIATES, LLC – 79 Hudson St., Suite 203, Hob, (201) 222-8808, hudsonpsych.com JERSEY CITY PARENTING – JC area, (917) 376-8181, jcparenting.com JILL PEDERSEN, LCSW- JC, (917) 913-3999, jillpedersen.com KELLY SULLIVAN, PH.D. 80 River St., Suite 3D, Hob, (201) 683-0724
SANCHEZ D’ELIA COUNSELING AND CONSULTING – 80 Park Ave., Hob, (201) 526-4684, arielesapothecary.com
MICHELLE DELLA FAVE, MSW, LCSW – 132 Washington St., #302, Hob, (201) 458-4581 PAMELA GORDON – 223 Bloomfield St., Hob, (201) 963-9300
SANCHEZ D’ELIA COUNSELING AND CONSULTING – 80 Park Ave., Hob, (201) 526-4684, arielesapothecary.com STEPHANIE FISHER – 223 Bloomfield St., Hob, (201) 418-0800
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MELANIE MEDRANO, DDS – 307 York St., JC, (201) 369-9757
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