We specifically work to improve access to prenatal, maternal and child health care and support activities that improve birth outcomes, childcare, literacy, parenting skills, access to medical care, education, and father involvement.
DCF’s Division of Children's System of Care, CSOC, (formerly the Division of Child Behavioral Health Services) serves children and adolescents with emotional and behavioral health care challenges and their families; and children with developmental and intellectual disabilities and their families. CSOC is committed to providing these services based on the needs of the child and family in a family-centered, community-based environment.
Kids 12 and under can join Boomer in cheering on the 2007 Eastern League Champion Thunder! This package includes FREE tickets to Kids Club games, Thunder merchandise, exclusive Kids Club events, and prizes!
Right now, there are thousands of New Jersey children who need the warmth and guidance of a family. Many parents are welcoming these children into their homes to provide safety, stability and love. These wonderful people are New Jersey's foster and adoptive families.
Our 24-hour crisis line has an experienced front-line team member ready to help you now. If you're not ready to call, you can post to our bulletin board, send an email, or start a live chat. It’s anonymous, confidential and free.
All reports of child abuse and neglect, including those occurring in institutional settings such as child care centers, schools, foster homes and residential treatment centers, must be reported to the State Central Registry (SCR). This is a toll-free, 24-hour, seven-days-a-week hotline.
Eden, a New Jersey-based nonprofit organization, was founded in 1975 with a unique mission - to meet the lifespan needs of individuals with autism. Parents and professionals alike joined together to develop a family oriented, multifaceted program with a well-trained and dedicated faculty.
Following an assessment by staff, clients receive counseling and, if appropriate, psychiatric evaluations and medication monitoring. Family Growth offers trauma treatment services for family violence, child abuse, and neglect for children and families under DCPP. In addition, Family Growth accepts children/adolescents and their families with Medicaid.
MRSS/FCIU is a comprehensive system available to youth ages 5-18 (and up to age 21 if there is current involvement with certain agencies) whose escalating emotional or behavioral issues require timely interventions to prevent disruption of their current living arrangement.
Oversees all child welfare services in New Jersey including: Division of Youth and Family Services, Division of Child Behavioral Health Services & the Division of Prevention and Community Partnerships.
Provides therapy and academic instruction for males, age 14½ to 18. In accordance with treatment plans, individual, group, and family therapy is offered and designed to facilitate development of insight, coping skills, and improved relationships resulting in pro-social behavioral change.
Designed to give consumers a one-stop shopping resource for the wide range of programs and services provided by the Department of Human Services and its partners, to assist individuals, families, and communities in New Jersey.
The fund provides reimbursement for out-of-pocket medical expenses that were incurred due to a child's catastrophic illness.
Bridging Refugee Youth and Children’s Services (BRYCS) is a national technical assistance project working to broaden the scope of information and collaboration among service providers - in order to strengthen services to refugee youth, children, and their families.
HomeFront, its supporters, and a legion of volunteers provide food, clothing, and shelter to Mercer County's homeless families.
The Arc of New Jersey Family Institute is dedicated to providing the resources and referrals necessary to navigate through the system of care. We provide timely information and work to bridge the gap between service changes and families.
2NDFLOOR is a confidential and anonymous helpline for New Jersey's youth and young adults (ages 10-24). We are here to help you find solutions to the problems that you face at home, at school, or at play.
Alpha Healing Center is a multi-disciplinary program for the treatment of addictions to alcohol and other drugs. We utilize a comprehensive array of innovative approaches which use the best evidence-based practices established for the treatment of addictive disorders, as well as a wide range of other interventions commonly used in Integrative or Holistic Medicine.
Non-profit organization dedicated to the prevention and treatment of eating disorders. Provide support services to people suffering from, as well as family members or sufferers. Referral services for medical, nutritional, and psychological services.
We employ a broad range of clinicians, we offer a wide range of services, and, within the practice, we contribute to one another's work.
A nonprofit self-help group to help alcoholics achieve and maintain sobriety.
Program offerings include Intensive Residential Treatment (IRTF), Intensive Family Based Treatment, Specialized BHRS Services for children with Autism and/or Deaf/Hard of Hearing, Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA), and Child, Adolescent, Family and Adult Outpatient Services.
NJHRC provides an online tool for finding and listing affordable housing, helping people with disabilities find housing options, and obtaining housing information and links.
The Home Energy Assistance Program helps very low-income residents with their heating and cooling bills, and makes provisions for emergency heating system services and emergency fuel assistance within the Home Energy Assistance Program.
The Council on Compulsive Gambling of New Jersey, Inc. is a private non-profit organization. We provide information, education and referral services for anyone affected by the "hidden illness" of compulsive gambling.