NCPI Steering Committee
The Power of Partnerships
Community policing is an integrated approach of law enforcement and preventative strategies which build and strengthen a community. The philosophy of the Police Department is that the well being of a neighborhood depends on involvement and interest from a broad based group of individuals and stakeholders and the police department requires many different partners. One partner is NORWESCAP who has worked with the Phillipsburg Police Department for several years to build a community Steering Committee. The purpose of the Steering Committee is to help solve the broader community issues which affect the quality of life for residents, businesses, and visitors. The shared vision of sponsoring monthly crime prevention meetings, providing free activities, dances, and festivals for children, and hosting a series of community clean-up projects have been some of the different strategies the Steering Committee has initiated.
The Steering Committee invites all residents to join the email list, attend sponsored activities including monthly meetings, and to become involved in the community. If it is a simple step of meeting your neighbor, or attending crime prevention trainings, the Phillipsburg Police Department, NORWESCAP and the Steering Committee are committed to providing a collaborative approach to resolving crime and community issues. Get involved! Contract
firstname.lastname@example.org to join the NCPI Steering Committee email distribution list; you can make a difference in the community.
The Arc of Warren County
An agency dedicated to residential, case management, recreation, and early intervention to assist people with developmental disabilities.
Big Brothers Big Sisters
of Hunterdon, Somerset & Warren
An agency dedicated to providing supervised role models to enhance the personal development of children.
This agency provides social service and behavioral health programs to Warren County residents including childcare, food, case management, and psychotherapy.
Community Prevention Resources
of Warren County
A nonprofit organization building a safe, healthy, and drug-free community; resources are available as well as educational services to promote a stronger community.
Family Guidance Center
of Warren County
A nonprofit agency dedicated to improving the quality of life of children and adults affected by problems related to mental illness, substance abuse, family conflict, or emotional adjustment.
24 Hour Crisis Line
Homeless Hotline (After Hours)
Provides emergency placement for one night for Warren County residents experiencing a housing crisis after hours at local shelters.
Legal Services of Northwest NJ
This nonprofit provides free civil legal assistance to eligible individuals on matters affecting essential basic needs/government programs.
A telephone and website service providing resources on basic human needs throughout New Jersey. Individuals who call 2-1-1 should be connected to a resource specialist who can answer questions and provide referrals.
Telephone Number: 2-1-1
A premier nonprofit organization with a range of services from low-income home energy assistance, Head Start, WIC, Family Success Center, child care services including subsidized child care assistance, weatherization, financial education, to a Food Bank which distributes food to other nonprofit organizations.
Warren County Transportation
Transportation including a demand-response system; also provides a shuttle that operates at key locations throughout the county.
Warren County Health Department
The Warren County Health Department is charged with protecting and enhancing the general health and welfare of the County's residents and visitors. This is accomplished by conducting a comprehensive public health program, through activities in the broad categories of Health Promotion, Consumer, Environmental, and Personal Health Services.