Help Our Youth Become Stable Responsible Adults

Why LifeTies?

Help struggling adolescents and young adults successfully transition into adulthood.
We give our youth the groundwork for a bright future through safe housing, clinical services and life skills.

LifeTies, Inc. is a supportive network of professional staff and trained volunteers dedicated to creating programs for youth to overcome the effects of abuse, neglect or homelessness. Our programs offer a nuturing, safe environment to heal, learn and become equipped with the tools to work towards a brighter future.

  • Triad House

    A 24-hour residential group home for youth aged 16-21 with emotional, medical and behavioral challenges.

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  • Rainbow House

    A group home for female adolescents who have chronic illnesses such as Diabetes, Lupus or Asthma or pregnant youth or parenting youth and their babies.

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  • Mary’s Place

    Support services aimed at empowering residents and providing a safe secure environment to grow into self-sufficient adults.

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  • T.I.L.T Mentoring

    A program focused on helping adolescents aged 15-21 with no or inconsistent family support.

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  • Clinical Services

    LifeTies’ Clinical Department has a team of clinicians providing individual and group therapy sessions to our residents as well as Intensive In-Community Counselors providing therapy in the community. Our team gives youth access to therapy, holistic care, clinical staff trained in a variety of chronic medical and behavioral conditions and more.

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  • Family Engagement for Families with Juvenile Justice Involved Youth

    Our Family Engagement Program empowers families with information, training, and support at all stages of their children’s experience with the Mercer County Juvenile Justice System.

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What an amazing LifeTies Pride event this evening which was planned by our outstanding youth and staff. Congrats to our four recipients of the 2019 Pride Awards. We are grateful to Julia Fahl, Mayor of Lambertville who was our special guest speaker and gave an inspirational speech, the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Princeton who provided the beautiful space and made this event possible, and Emily Mattek for initiating this important event which has become a LifeTies tradition. A beautiful night filled with music, poems, singing and celebration with our warm and supportive community. ... See MoreSee Less