Family Service League & Save of Essex County
Counseling services for families, couples, and individuals.   Social Skills Groups, Sexual Assault Survivor Groups, Sexual Assault Survivor Advocacy


The mission of Family Service League is to support and strengthen families in need in Essex County through counseling, education and social services. The agency's success stems from the dedication of an experienced, highly trained staff of professionals who care deeply about families. Our programs are focused on low-income families and individuals who cannot afford counseling or other services. Nearly 95% of our clients receive counseling at reduced rates -- often at a small fraction of our fee, including survivors of sexual assault who are offered free services and limited free counseling.

Family Service League has developed and refined a specific, time-tested approach to family counseling that yields tangible results. Family Counseling is now at the heart of a rich constellation of programs for individuals, couples, families and children. Today, Family Service League continues the work of our founders through outstanding services that transform the lives of families and individuals in nearly fifty New Jersey communities, including every town in Essex County.

Excellence.  Affordability. Convenience.

Family Service League
60 South Fullerton Ave Suite 109
Montclair, NJ 07042

What's Happening

  • Alternatives to medication…Conference rescheduled THIS CONFERENCE HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED FOR OCTOBER 2, 2015:"A Bitter Pill to Swallow: Creating New Pathways and Alternatives to Medication in Childhood Mental Health"Family Service League is ...
    Posted Oct 22, 2014, 2:49 PM by Kristi Marinco
  • Congratulations!! FSL is proud to announce that one of its staff, Roxanne Ruiz-Adams, has recently obtained licensure from N.J. and is now a Clinical Social Worker , LCSW.
    Posted Sep 10, 2014, 2:31 PM by Kristi Marinco
  • "A Bitter Pill to Swallow- Creating New Pathways and Alternatives to Medication in Childhood Mental Health"  A Bitter Pill to Swallow:Creating New Pathways and Alternativesto Medication in Childhood Mental HealthFriday, October 31University Hall Conference CenterMontclair State UniversityCo-sponsored by the ...
    Posted Aug 21, 2014, 1:07 PM by Kristi Marinco
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