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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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5 days ago

LifeTies, Inc.

We are so proud of our outstanding Mentor, Mary Vercande, who received the Cherish the Child Award from the Mercer County Commission on Child Abuse and Neglect. She is one of many of our amazing volunteers. Thank you Mary for your hard work and dedication to our youth. ... See MoreSee Less

We are so proud of our outstanding Mentor, Mary Vercande, who received the Cherish the Child Award from the Mercer County Commission on Child Abuse and Neglect.  She is one of many of our amazing volunteers.  Thank you Mary for your hard work and dedication to our youth.

 

Comment on Facebook

Mary is a joy to have on our mentoring team. I’m so proud of the wonderful work you’ve done with our youth!

Congrats Mary!!

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6 days ago

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Two more days until our Recruitment Fair begins! Don't miss out on great job opportunities. Consider joining our team to make a meaningful difference in our youths' lives. April 19th and April 20th, walk-ins are welcome. ... See MoreSee Less

Two more days until our Recruitment Fair begins!  Dont miss out on great job opportunities. Consider joining our team to make a meaningful difference in our youths lives.  April 19th and April 20th, walk-ins are welcome.

6 days ago

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Interested in volunteering with us? Come to our information session tomorrow (4/18) at 5:30 PM. Email volunteer@lifeties.org to RSVP! ... See MoreSee Less

1 week ago

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We are now on Instagram! Follow us @lifetiesinc_! ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

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It's National Volunteer Week! How are you giving back to your community? Email volunteer@lifeties.org to get more information on our volunteer opportunities! ... See MoreSee Less

Its National Volunteer Week! How are you giving back to your community? Email volunteer@lifeties.org to get more information on our volunteer opportunities!

 

Comment on Facebook

I would like to learn more about where I could fit in as a Volunteer. I am a French trained chef currently living in a long term facility in Voorhees. My electric wheelchair will be up + running w/in 6 weweeks. Maybe by then we can plan with a plan and a starting point. It would be my pleasure ! Thank you, Susie Gomberg

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