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Adolescent Addiction Clinically Managed Medium-Intensity ResidentialA residential program that interacts with young adults ages 17-22 yrs old with DYFS or CMO involvement. An independent living program that educates, provides counseling and teaches life and appropriate social skills. ASAM level 3.5 24-hour care with trained counselors to stabilize multidimensional imminent danger and prepare for outpatient treatment. Able to tolerate and use full active milieu or therapeutic community.Essex CountyYouth Consultation Service - (YCS)Youth Consultation Service - (YCS)
Adolescent Addiction Clinically Managed Medium-Intensity ResidentialA residential program that interacts with young adults ages 17-22 yrs old with DYFS or CMO involvement. An independent living program that educates, provides counseling and teaches life and appropriate social skills. ASAM level 3.5 24-hour care with trained counselors to stabilize multidimensional imminent danger and prepare for outpatient treatment. Able to tolerate and use full active milieu or therapeutic community.Essex CountyYouth Consultation Service - (YCS)Youth Consultation Service - (YCS)
Adolescent Addiction Clinically Managed Medium-Intensity ResidentialA residential program that interacts with young adults ages 17-22 yrs old with DYFS or CMO involvement. An independent living program that educates, provides counseling and teaches life and appropriate social skills. ASAM level 3.5 24-hour care with trained counselors to stabilize multidimensional imminent danger and prepare for outpatient treatment. Able to tolerate and use full active milieu or therapeutic community.Essex CountyYouth Consultation Service - (YCS)Youth Consultation Service - (YCS)
Alternative High School ProgramsThe Commission has established alternative high school programs for disaffected students who have been unsuccessful in a traditional high school setting. Hillcrest Academy's North Campus, located in Scotch Plains, and Hillcrest Academy's South Campus, located in Westfield, provide a highly structured and personalized environment for students 14-18 years old.Union CountyUnion County Educational Services CommissionUnion County Educational Services Commission
Bilingual Employment Skills Training-B.E.S.TB.E.S.T. (Bilingual Employment Skills Training Program): a 6-8 week youth job readiness program, followed by a 6-8 week job-internship placement component designed for young Latinos between the ages of 13-19 years old. Mercer CountyMECHA ProgramMercer County Hispanic Association
CARRI - DCP&P Home-Based ProgramCARRI - Home Based Services for Middlesex and Somerset County Families Referred by the Division of Child Protection and Permanency (DCP&P) Eligibility Must be referred by Middlesex or Somerset County DCP&P Families with young children who would benefit from parenting education and supportive counseling Must be parent or guardian of at least one child age 0-4 at time of referral Services Provided Parenting education and developmental guidance Home visits Supportive Counseling Case Management to insure access to needed medical, social and mental health services Middlesex CountyUniversity Behavioral Healthcare-UBHCRutgers University Behavioral Health Care
Children’s Day Schoolis a private special education school located in Ewing, NJ. The school provides academic and therapeutic programs designed to meet the needs of students in grades k-10 who have been classified with behavior disorders. Many of the children have multiple learning disabilities. The goal is to help each student address his or her educational, emotional, and behavioral difficulties so that they may return to the public school system. Currently the Children’s Day School serves students from seven sending school districts throughout Greater Mercer County and beyond. Transportation is provided by the sending school district. The average length of enrollment is two to three years. Mercer CountyOutpatientFamily Guidance Center Corporation
Children's System of Care - CSOCDCF’s 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. StatewideDepartment of Children and FamiliesDepartment of Children and Families
Cornerstone Day SchoolCornerstone Day School accepts students in grades 7 – 12 with major psychiatric problems. This is an extremely challenging population because there are so few appropriate resources to help these adolescents. Cornerstone Day School fully addresses both the academic and psychiatric needs of these adolescents. Courses offered are based on each student's individual needs and are selected from the following areas: Mathematics, English and Language, Social Studies and History, Science and Computer Science. Electives in art, music, strategy games, film study, and photography may also be provided, as needed. Adolescents with a primary diagnosis of an eating disorder, oppositional defiant disorder, substance abuse, or adolescents who by virtue of their disability, are in any way dangerous to others, are not appropriate for Cornerstone. All members of our multi-disciplinary psychiatric treatment team have specialized expertise in adolescent psychiatric disorders and includes psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, professional counselors and nurses. Union CountyCornerstone Day SchoolCornerstone Day School
Crossroads SchoolAn innovative public school developed to meet the needs of children ages 3-10 yrs with autistic spectrum disorders. The school offers a distinctive, action-oriented Individual Educational Plan (IEP) focusing on communication, interactive play, sensory integration, and social skills. Union CountyUnion County Educational Services CommissionUnion County Educational Services Commission
East Mountain Schoolstate approved,private special ed school for students grades 7-12 that are classified emotionally disturbed or behaviorally disordered.School provides instructional programs and counseling services.Somerset CountyEast Mountain SchoolCarrier Clinic
East Mountain Youth Lodgeco-educational, residential treatment prg providing 24/7 clinical, therapeutic and educational programs for adolescents aged 13 to 18 with psychiatric, behavioral, emotional and/or substance abuse difficulties. Specializes in youth who have experienced abuse, neglect and violence.Somerset CountyEast Mountain Youth LodgeCarrier Clinic
ECV Youth GroupProvide high school and middle school students with exposure and experiences that will develop self esteem, promote personal development, educate and engage parents on issues that effect the youth in Lawrence Township. In addition to these services we also offer trips to various places, and one on one guidance for the teens when they need it. Mercer CountyYouth Services ProgramLawrence Neighborhood Service Center
Family Crisis Intervention UnitThe Family Crisis Intervention Unit helps families in crisis. Defusing and stabilizing juvenile / family crises may divert them from the family court system. FCIU serves as the coordinator and liaison between the family, the treatment community and family court system. We Serve juveniles and their families in Hunterdon County up to the age of 18 who may be experiencing Family conflict Truancy Runaway A threat to their physical safety or wellbeing Referrals come from Families The Division of Youth and Family Services Police Departments Probation Schools Other social service agencies Our Services Include Crisis Intervention – In person or by telephone, 24 hours a day Assessment Short-term counseling Outreach Case Management Links to resources for individual and family counseling group therapy intensive outpatient programs psychiatric evaluations School-based services substance abuse treatment All FCIU services are voluntary, and are provided free of charge.Hunterdon CountyOutpatient ProgramsHunterdon Medical Center
Family Success CentersDCF funds a statewide network of Family Success Centers as “one-stop” shops that provide wrap-around resources and supports for families before they find themselves in crisis. Family Success Centers offer primary and secondary child abuse prevention services to families and bring together concerned community residents, leaders, and community agencies to address the problems that threaten the safety and stability of families and the community. DCF has partnered with the Nicholson Foundation and the City of Newark, the site of Family Success Centers in three Newark housing projects. StatewideDepartment of Children and FamiliesDepartment of Children and Families
Head StartThe program provides services to almost 400 low-income pre-school children and their families. Most Head Start classrooms run from 8:45 am to 3:45 pm, September through June. These limited spaces are available on a first-come basis to families that need the extended coverage. Each session comprises a maximum of 18 children, who receive a full range of educational, medical, nutritional and social services. The Head Start program is free, and each family must demonstrate financial eligibility before being admitted. Parent involvement is highly stressed ... it is expected that all parents take an active part in their child's education. The Head Start Program provides transportation from many towns in Bergen County.Bergen CountyHead StartBergen County Community Action Program
Head StartThe program provides services to almost 400 low-income pre-school children and their families. Most Head Start classrooms run from 8:45 am to 3:45 pm, September through June. These limited spaces are available on a first-come basis to families that need the extended coverage. Each session comprises a maximum of 18 children, who receive a full range of educational, medical, nutritional and social services. The Head Start program is free, and each family must demonstrate financial eligibility before being admitted. Parent involvement is highly stressed ... it is expected that all parents take an active part in their child's education. The Head Start Program provides transportation from many towns in Bergen County.Bergen CountyHead StartBergen County Community Action Program
Head StartThe program provides services to almost 400 low-income pre-school children and their families. Most Head Start classrooms run from 8:45 am to 3:45 pm, September through June. These limited spaces are available on a first-come basis to families that need the extended coverage. Each session comprises a maximum of 18 children, who receive a full range of educational, medical, nutritional and social services. The Head Start program is free, and each family must demonstrate financial eligibility before being admitted. Parent involvement is highly stressed ... it is expected that all parents take an active part in their child's education. The Head Start Program provides transportation from many towns in Bergen County.Bergen CountyHead StartBergen County Community Action Program
Head Start-Full DayThis component is funded in part by the New Jersey Department of Human Services, Division of Family Development. It consists of three (3) full-day sessions providing services to a maximum of 54 pre-school children. Classes run from 7:30 am to 5:00 pm. Parents must be employed or in school full time. There is a fee for this service, based on family size and income. Eligibility must be demonstrated before being enrolled into the program. Bergen CountyHead StartBergen County Community Action Program
Head Start-Full DayThis component is funded in part by the New Jersey Department of Human Services, Division of Family Development. It consists of three (3) full-day sessions providing services to a maximum of 54 pre-school children. Classes run from 7:30 am to 5:00 pm. Parents must be employed or in school full time. There is a fee for this service, based on family size and income. Eligibility must be demonstrated before being enrolled into the program. Bergen CountyHead StartBergen County Community Action Program
Juvenile Detention CenterProviding a thorough and efficient education at the facility is a joint effort between the Union County Educational Services Commission and the staff of the center. The students receive four hours of instruction in Language Arts, Social Studies, Mathematics, Science and Physical Education/Health. The students receive instruction in accordance with the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Areas. The curriculum is flexible, allowing for a seamless transition for the student returning to the public schools or entering a Juvenile Justice Commission program.Union CountyUnion County Educational Services CommissionUnion County Educational Services Commission
Martin House Learning CenterBegun in 1984 with the goal of helping area children graduate from high school, Martin House Learning Center now offers preschool, high school equivalency training (GED), after-school tutoring, literacy classes, summer programs, ESL, youth programs, and enrichment for residents of all ages. Mercer CountyMartin House ProgramsMartin House
Mentoring ProgramLatino Mentoring: a program aimed at pairing Latino youth between the ages of 7-18 years old with positive role models from diverse socio-economic backgrouds.Mercer CountyMECHA ProgramMercer County Hispanic Association
Mercer County Division of Youth ServicesWe have developed programmatic points of intervention and a comprehensive continuum of care for youth eligible to receive our services, they include but are not limited to: Broadcast Prevention Services, Primary Delinquency Prevention, Law Enforcement Diversion, Family Crisis Intervention, Family Court/Family Court Diversion Programs, Detention Alternative Programs, and Community Based Disposition Options.Mercer CountyMercer County Division of Youth ServicesMercer County Department of Human Services
Opening doors For Out of School YouthODOSY is a program designed to provide free employment services for income eligible Cape May County youth aged 16 to 21 who have not completed high school or who have completed high school and are unemployed or underemployed. We will also work with youth on obtaining a GED, learning a trade, joining the armed services or whatever the youth would like to do. Services will be individualized for each youth to insure that the youth will reach their fullest potential. Cape May CountyOpening Doors For Out of School YouthAtlantic Cape May Workforce Investment Board
Preparing To Reach Employment PotentialPREP aims to serve students in need of extra help and guidance in preparing for life after high school. PREP will provide customized, personalized career planning services, on-site at the participating student's high school. To be eligible, a student must be: 1. A currently enrolled Cape May County high school senior between 14 and 21 years of age. 2. Income-eligible (as determined through Job Connection). Cape May CountyPreparing To Reach Employment PotentialAtlantic Cape May Workforce Investment Board
Saturday Academy2 Saturdays of the Month: Motivate High school students to pursue Post-Secondary education. We also provide students with alternatives needed to succeed in life after high school. In pursuing these goals we bring many professionals in from ETS, College Administrators, and many people from the business world to discuss these goals much further in workshop form.Mercer CountyYouth Services ProgramLawrence Neighborhood Service Center
Secondary Special Education ProgramThe Commission has a secondary special education program for students primarily classified with behavioral disabilities. Beadleston High School, located in Westfield, helps students ages 13-21 with special emotional needs adjust to school and the community.Union CountyUnion County Educational Services CommissionUnion County Educational Services Commission
STARSThe STARS program is an innovative program stressing the characteristics of Unity, Self determination, and Creativity developed to enhance the self-image of Teen girls in Lawrenceville. Mercer CountyYouth Services ProgramLawrence Neighborhood Service Center
Starting Toward Employment PossibilitiesSTEP is a program designed to provide free employment services for qualified individuals who are at least 18 years of age and are unemployed or underemployed. Services are individualized for each person to insure that the individual can work towards their personal goals. Pre-placement assistance in goal creation & planning, job search activities, resume and cover letter creation, filling out applications, getting into training programs, and other needs are done both on an individual and a group basis. Job placement assistance is provided and there are paid internship opportunities for an individual to experience different types of career choices. Ongoing monitoring of the individual to assure their success is provided for as long as the individual requests it. Cape May CountyStarting Toward Employment PossibilitiesAtlantic Cape May Workforce Investment Board
Summer Programsprovides a continuation of instructional and theraputic services to prevent regression, UCESC offers summer school programs for children with autism spectrum disorders at Crossroads School and an extended school year for children with multiple disabilities at Westlake School.Union CountyUnion County Educational Services CommissionUnion County Educational Services Commission
Therapeutic Learning CenterA highly specialized Therapeutic pre-school for children exhibiting behavioral symptoms which are difficult to manage in a regular pre-school.Bergen CountyWest Bergen Center for Children & YouthWest Bergen Mental Healthcare
THE TREVOR LIFELINEThe Trevor Lifeline is the only nationwide, around-the-clock suicide prevention and crisis intervention lifeline for LGBTQ youth. The Trevor Lifeline is a free and confidential service that offers hope and someone to talk to, 24/7. Volunteer Lifeline counselors staff our three call centers, The Randy Stone Call Center East Coast, The Randy Stone Call Center West Coast and The Harvey Milk Call Center. Each year, tens of thousands of calls are fielded from young people across the country. The Trevor Lifeline is accredited as an exemplary crisis intervention program by the American Association for Suicidology (AAS). StatewideThe Trevor ProjectThe Trevor Project
Westlake SchoolAll 7 to 14-year-olds focus on building skills in reading, writing, and mathematics, as well as pre-vocational skills, daily living skills, and social skills. With its fully certified Teachers of the Handicapped (all of whom are Highly Qualified Teachers) and therapists (speech, occupational, physical, and licensed clinical social workers), along with classroom paraprofessionals, personal aides, and registered nurses, Westlake School students are given an opportunity to succeed in their studies and to attain vocational and life skills. We look forward to helping each student reach his or her potential in a safe and warm educational environment. Union CountyUnion County Educational Services CommissionUnion County Educational Services Commission
YCS Main OfficeJCAHO accredited, YCS provide services that educate, shelter, advocate and care for children in need, & their families. Most of our programs require referrals from gov’t agencies, some of our services and trainings are open to the general public. Main Office for YCS Southern Region.Camden CountyYCS Main OfficeYCS Main Office
YCS Options - TLC ProgramThe YCS Options Program provides youthful offenders ages 8 to 14 with a structured, intensive after-school program. The YCS TLC is designed to assist children with special needs, ages 3 to 5 years old.Camden CountyYCS Options - TLC ProgramYCS Main Office
YCS Treatment Homes - RecruitmentYCS provide services that educate, shelter, advocate & care for children in need. Designed to provide in-home and/or transitional services for foster children ages 5 to 18 years who have special therapeutic needs & also work with & train foster parents. Camden CountyYCS Treament Homes - RecuitmentYCS Main Office
Youth and Family CounselingEach year, Mercer Street Friends Counseling Services works with 120 young people, ages 12–19, and their families. Participants may be referred by the court system, community members, other agencies, or they may self-refer. Services and interventions are tailored to the needs of each particular young person and/or family and may include components such as anger management, family communication and relationship enhancement, parent education, parenting skills training, and drug and alcohol counseling. All of these services are designed to help the individual and/or family identify their strengths, challenges and resources in order to develop more effective means of meeting their needs. Mercer CountyYouth ServicesMercer Street Friends Center
Youth Case Management ServicesYouth Case Management offers services for moderate risk children and youth who don’t meet the intensive care requirements of CMOs. Services include assessing, monitoring and coordinating services to enable children to stay in their communities. StatewideDepartment of Children and FamiliesDepartment of Children and Families
Youth Case Management ServicesYouth Case Management offers services for moderate risk children and youth who don’t meet the intensive care requirements of CMOs. Services include assessing, monitoring and coordinating services to enable children to stay in their communities. StatewideDepartment of Children and FamiliesDepartment of Children and Families
Youth CenterYouth Center services include an after school program and an eight week summer camp. These programs are for Toms River Township residents only.Ocean CountyToms River Township Youth ServicesToms River Township Youth Services
YouthConnectionsYouthConnections is a therapeutic after school program operating five days a week after school and all-day in the summer, providing counseling, behavior management, psychiatric services, and recreation for emotionally disturbed children aged 7-11. Essex CountyOutpatientFamily Connections
Youth Consultation Service-Transition Age Youth FemaleDesigned to assist female youth (ages 17-1/2 to 22) who are moving into adulthood and need the structure and support of a family-like environment.Essex CountyYouth Consultation Service-Transition Age Youth FemaleYouth Consultation Service - (YCS)
Youth Consultation Service-Transition Age Youth MalesDesigned to assist male youth (ages 17-1/2 to 22) who are moving into adulthood and need the structure and support of a family-like environment.Essex CountyYouth Consultation Service - Transition Age Youth MalesYouth Consultation Service - (YCS)
Youth Consultation Service - (YCS)Offers outpatient therapy and emergency mental health services to adolescents while providing education and advocacy on behalf of the family and child. Essex CountyYouth Consultation Service - (YCS)Youth Consultation Service - (YCS)
Youth CounselingShort-term counseling and referral services include individual, family and group discussions on everyday youth concerns. Some topics of discussion include anger control issues, bullying, self-esteem, peer-pressure, conflict resolution, loss and divorce. Counseling services are available for residents of Ocean County. Ocean CountyToms River Township Youth ServicesToms River Township Youth Services
Youth Counseling FemaleThe counseling program helps each girl determine and achieve her own goals and set the course for successful adult life. Since each resident is unique, a treatment plan is tailored for each youngster. The girls meet weekly with the Group Home's social worker to deal with personal and family issues and treatment goals. Residents also benefit from weekly informal house meetings and group therapy sessions, conducted by a consulting psychologist. Every three months, each girl's progress is reviewed and the treatment plan adjusted accordingly. Monmouth CountyGroup HomeCollier Youth Services
Youth Counseling ServicesYouth Counseling Services was created to serve individuals referred by schools, state agencies or families. It provides school drop-out prevention and individual and group counseling to help youth cope with family, school and environmental problems. This program also serves as an advocate for youth in school, city and county agencies. Passaic CountyHispanic Information Center of PassaicCatholic Charities Diocese of Paterson
Youth Detention CenterThe Middlesex County Youth Detention Center is the secure facility for juvenile offenders that are remanded by the Family Court in order to insure their appearance at Court or to address the safety of the community. The Center is operated by the Department of Youth Services under the Middlesex County Board of Chosen Freeholders. Its mission is to provide short-term secure custody for these offenders. It operates through the development and implementation of broad based services that, integrated with consistent supervisory practices and procedures, results in a safe, secure and appropriate environment for it residents.Middlesex CountyYouth DepartmentMiddlesex County
Youth & Family Counseling ServiceTo provide affordable, professional counseling for troubled individuals & families so as to enable each to utilize their strengths & abilities in achieving more productive & satisfactory lives.Union CountyYouth & Family Counseling ServiceYouth & Family Counseling Service
Youth Intensive Intervention Program-YIIPAn intensive home and community based program using evidence based approaches with youth ages 11 to 18 years who present with a wide range of problems including oppositional behaviors, at risk behaviors such as truancy and substance use, impulsive and aggressive behaviors, and related mental health disorders. Proven strategies of intervention are used that assist families in such areas as anger management, substance abuse, communication patterns, social problem solving, and conflict resolution. This program is funded by the New Jersey Department of Children and Families (DCF). Program Can be provided in the home, at community locations, and at UBHC. Utilizes a structured intervention that move through well defined phases. Is constantly evaluated to adapt to the changing needs of families. Contact Information Kathleen Hawkins, MSW, LCSW Program Coordinator Phone: (732) 235 6033 kathleen.hawkins@rutgers.edu Mitchell Douglas, LCSW Program Manager, Acute Services Phone: (732) 235-6033 or (732) 235-4300 m.douglas@rutgers.eduMiddlesex CountyUniversity Behavioral Healthcare-UBHCRutgers University Behavioral Health Care
Youth Lifestyles/After School and Summer EnrichmentThese programs offer a variety of cultural, recreational and educational activities that develop participating children scholastically, emotionally and socially. More than 135 children, ages 5 to 17 yrs and primarily from under-served communities, participate annually. The curriculum focuses on academic assistance, the visual and performing arts, and life skills such as conflict-resolution, self-esteem building, safety and nutrition. The After School Program is administered for 41 weeks; the Summer Enrichment Program runs nine weeks. The year-round Creative and Performing Arts Program includes a dance company, poetry group and teen drama troupe. Mercer CountyYWCA of Trenton ProgramsYWCA of Trenton
Youth RecreationRecreation programs provide both planned and drop in services for youth without access to recreational activities. Any Carteret youth age 5-18 is eligible to participate and must have signed registration.Middlesex CountyYouth ServicesCatholic Charties, Diocese of Metuchen
Youth RecreationRecreation programs provide both planned and drop in services for youth without access to recreational activities. Any Carteret youth age 5-18 is eligible to participate and must have signed registration.Middlesex CountyYouth ServicesCatholic Charties, Diocese of Metuchen
Youth Services BureauProvides counseling, prevention programs, individual and group therapy to families and youth at risk for delinquent behavior. Union CountyUnion County Division of Social ServicesUnion County Department of Human Services
Youth Shelterprovide a temporary residence, in a home like setting, to at-risk youth. The residents will develop skills that empower and encourage constructive decision making and will be given opportunities to increase self-esteem; while promoting positive community involvement. The Youth Shelter Program will bridge youth with mainstream resources through concurrent planning, placing an emphasis on securing a permanent structured living environment.Sussex CountySussex County Division of Community & YouthDepartment of Health & Human Services
Youth Temporary Placement-Host HomeProvides temporary placement (up to 28 days) for At-Risk, Court Ordered Youth, that are placed through the Division of Youth and Family Services, Family Court, Family Crisis Intervention Unit or Probation. Sussex CountySussex County Division of Community & YouthDepartment of Health & Human Services
Youth Therapeutic ArtsOur first successful event incorporated song writing into the older adolescent group, which serves 16 to 18 year olds. This is a two-part group run by two musicians who are trained to work with at-risk populations. The group was facilitated by JFVS staff who helped the youth utilize the song writing skills as a method of self expression, a vehicle for self definition and a healthy strategy for the release of emotion. Because the youth participated in this event in an environment in which they felt very safe and supported, the potential of the exercise was maximized. Other suggested activities are full body tracing for our 8 to 10 year olds and mask making for 13-14 year olds. Both activities allow for children to show the therapist their inner self and emotions without having to put words to it. They are wonderful ways to use creativity to share themselves with each other and their therapist.Middlesex CountyJFVS ProgramsJewish Family & Vocational Service of Middlesex County

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