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In-home IIC services include IIH Clinical and IIH Behavioral services on a limited basis. Outpatient services include individual, group, family, and marriage counseling.
Emerge Behavioral Health provides comprehensive therapy services to children, teens, and families. A NJ Children's System of Care (CSOC) authorized provider of IIC services, the team at Emerge includes the very best behavioral clinicians in NJ.
Empower U. is a learning organization that strives to continuously support children, families, and communities through providing innovative and sustainable empowerment and therapeutic programming.
- Biopsychosocial Assessments (BPS)
- Functional Behavioral Assessments (FBA)
- Intensive In-Home (Clinical & Behavioral)
- Family Support Services (Respite Care)
- Parenting Skills (Parent Coach)
Offering family support services including respite, after school and recreation. Programs include a job technology program and social security program.
Free food pantry for the residents of Palmyra. Residents must show ID with current address.
Equal Opportunity Support Services is an organization qualified by the NJ State Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD) to provide services that assist individuals with disabilities in gaining access to needed medical, social, educational, vocational, and other services.
Horses mirror or mimic emotions and behaviors in the wild as a survival mechanism. We utilize these innate abilities to our advantage in our confidential sessions. The client(s) are able to observe their emotions and behaviors right in from of them in order to develop new skills and build strong, positive relationships.
Food pantry, shelter, and community meals.
Free food bank on selected Saturdays every month from 10am -12PM.
Calling all Teens!
Need a safe place to hang? Help finding a job? Help with school? Or just to do fun activities?
Providing In-community services to children and families throughout Southern New Jersey.
Services include Intensive In-Community (IIC), Behavioral Assistance (BA), and Bio Psychosocial Assessments. CSOC Medicaid Provider
If you're feeling stressed out, call the Family Helpline and work through your frustrations before a crisis occurs. You'll speak to sensitive, trained volunteers of Parents Anonymous who provide empathic listening about parenting and refer you to resources in your community.
FRN is a comprehensive family-focused umbrella of organizations designed to provide community-based programs and services to individuals and families with a variety of disabilities and chronic conditions through our three affiliate organizations: Autism Family Services of New Jersey, Caregivers of New Jersey, and Epilepsy Services of New Jersey.
The Family Support Organization provides education, advocacy, and support to families in Burlington County whose children have emotional, behavioral, or mental health difficulties. The goal is to empower families on their journey toward self-advocacy and provide leadership opportunities within the family movement.
Family Therapy and Consultation Services (FTxCS) and United Family Services (UFS) provide assessment, individual and family therapy, and behavior assistance services in the Southern Region Counties of New Jersey. Services are provided in the homes of youth and families through a referral from the NJ Children’s Behavioral Health System of Care.
Our agency philosophy stems from the premise that every individual and family has strengths and capabilities that can and should be developed.
Our support group is open to all family members and caregivers of youth involved with the “Juvenile Justice System.”
Father to Father Support group will give you a place to listen, learn and share your experiences with one another.
Programs for fathers with court involved issues.
First Children Services offers educational and therapeutic services to youth with social and emotional challenges and/or intellectual and developmental disabilities.
The Transitions Program is a full day, small group, center-based home instruction educational program for students grades 5-12 with school refusal due to anxiety and/or depression.
Free lunch every Monday & Friday 12-1 PM
Transportation to doctor appointments, hospital, X-rays, therapy and/or legal obligations.