Autism New Jersey will remain focused on our mission to be a resource for the autism community. With a fluid situation and great uncertainty, we’ll share relevant, accurate information as it becomes available.

Coronavirus Response for Families With Autism – We’ll keep you updated with information about service changes and available supports. Our 800.4.AUTISM Helpline will remain available to assist families with questions during this time. We encourage you to regularly visit our central hub of coronavirus resources for the autism community.

New Jersey’s most valued and reliable resource for referrals, services, and the latest information about autism.

Our 800.4.AUTISM Helpline provides families and professionals with specific and important information about autism treatment and services available in New Jersey.

The Helpline is a valuable and reliable resource for up-to-date facts and findings about autism and often acts as the first line of support for parents as well as a starting point for navigating services in the state of New Jersey.

Our understanding and experienced staff has in-depth knowledge of New Jersey resources and service systems. These areas of expertise include early intervention, special education, state-funded services, adult services, insurance coverage, and much more.

We can also provide individualized needs assessments and match those needs with the appropriate resources in your local area.

The Helpline team can be reached on weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Voice mail is available all other times and inquiries are regularly returned during the week within 24 hours.

The services of 800.4.AUTISM are always provided free of charge.

You can also visit our online referral system anytime at www.autismnj.org/referral

Services are funded in part by the Special Child Health and Autism Registry, New Jersey Department of Health.