Outpatient substance abuse treatment.
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Use this directory to find all schools in New Jersey both public and private.
DHS and its eight divisions strive to help individuals and families in need are able to keep their lives on track, their families together, a roof over their heads, and their health protected.
Food pantry, counseling, and social services.
Mobile Response provides time limited, intensive, preventive service that include behavioral and rehabilitative interventions designed specifically to diffuse, mitigate and resolve an immediate crisis.
This program offers a broad array of community development, social service and recreational services to the residents of this large affordable housing complex.
Partners for Kids and Families is the Care Management Organization (CMO) in Burlington County for youth with serious emotional and behavioral needs.
Coordinated Family Care (CFC) is a private non-profit Care Management Organization funded by the NJ Department of Children and Families.
Ocean Partnership for Children, Inc. is a private, non-profit community based organization serving children primarily between the ages of 4-18 with behavioral and emotional challenges along with their families.
DCF strongly encourages its providers to incorporate the six standards into their agency operations, but DCF recognizes that some standards may require additional assistance and support. In August 2013, Commissioner Allison Blake distributed a survey to all of DCF‘s contracted service providers requesting feedback and input regarding the implementation of the Sexual Abuse Safe-Child Standards. Respondents indicated that opportunities for technical assistance, as well as the availability of a “tool kit” with sample documents, such as policies, would assist agencies’ implementation efforts. The resulting recommendations reflect the survey responses and the workgroup’s discussions as they relate to Standard’s overall goal- to promote child safety and wellbeing while reducing the risk of child sexual abuse.
TheraCare Early Intervention is a program that provides services to children from birth to age three who have, or are at risk of having a developmental disability
St. Mary's Roman Catholic Parish is located in Middletown, NJ. It offers Pre-K and early childhood services as well as youth groups and youth summer camps.
NJ FamilyCare is for families who do not have available or affordable employer insurance, and cannot afford to pay the high cost of private health insurance.
A TimeBank is a ‘community of caring.’ Members form a network of relationships – helping each other – as persons, groups associations and organizations. By Lisa Conlan-Lewis, CEO TimeBanks USA [email protected] National Wraparound Initiative Webinar-February 28, 2012
ValueOptions, Inc. is now Beacon Health Options, Inc., the leading partner providing behavioral health solutions to large regional and specialty health plans, employers and labor organizations of all sizes, as well as federal, state and local governments.
Adolescent Addiction Recovery Therapist
We offer academic preschool, before and after school-age programs, Kindergarten enrichment programs and summer camp programs to support the cognitive, emotional, and social development of children in our communities. Y Child Achievement programs are also located throughout Monmouth County at partnering schools and community locations.
(A parent tool for tracking your child's health and wellness)
The Supports Program Policies and Procedures Manual: A Quick Guide for Families is a resource for families developed by the Division in collaboration with the Regional Family Support Planning Councils. The Supports Program Policies and Procedures Manual: A Quick Guide for Families can assist families in gaining a basic understanding of the Supports Program and its service benefits.
While this guide can be helpful for any family newly entering Division services and the Supports Program, it is particularly valuable for middle and high school students with intellectual/developmental disabilities and their families. Please share this resource with your networks, and encourage school personnel to make it available to families of students eligible for school-based services.
Finding loving foster and adoptive homes for the many New Jersey children who need them is a top priority for the Department of Children and Families (DCF). This site offers information on how to become a foster parent, adoptive parent or kinship caregiver. The pages also offer a spotlight on a featured adoptive child each month. We invite you to visit these sites and share them with your friends, family and neighbors who may be considering foster care or adoption. For more information, contact the NJ Department of Children and Families (DCF).
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At Center For Family Services, we blend high quality services with personalized care to help people of all ages in reaching their full potential. Our goal is to break the cycle of poverty, violence, trauma, and addiction and to help people to overcome obstacles, to find comfort, and to build the foundation for a successful future.
In-home and in-community therapy (children, adolescents, adults, families, couples) Specialized Evaluations (Mental Health Diagnostic, Substance Abuse, Juvenile Firesetting, Risk Assessments) Clinical Consultation Special Education Advocacy