The Early Intervention System (EIS), under the Department of Health, implements New Jersey's statewide system of services for infants and toddlers, birth to age three, with developmental delays or disabilities, and their families. If your child should be crawling, walking or talking, but isn't, call (888) 653-4463 for information about resources and services for your child under age 3.
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NJHRC provides an online tool for finding and listing affordable housing, helping people with disabilities find housing options, and obtaining housing information and links.
New Jersey MENTOR believes that young people belong in homes, not facilities. When they feel comfortable and safe at home—surrounded by people who care about them—they have greater opportunities to learn, grow and overcome challenges.
NJ Quitline is a free confidential telephone-counseling service for smokers who are ready to stop. Call today and speak with your own quit coach. No matter which quit method you choose the Quitline can more than double your chances for success.
Domestic violence hotline
NJ Support Coordination is a leader in Support Coordination and has been serving the state of NJ for 15 years. We are one of the original 3 support coordination agencies in the state. Our support coordinators are highly trained in ISP writing and the person-centered planning process. We would love the opportunity to serve you.
New Jersey Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Fund is designed to assist individuals of any age to afford TBI-related services to help with recovery, maximizing their independence, and quality of life.
Tuition free program to help "at-risk" teens between the ages of 16-18 who are not succeeding in a traditional high school setting and/or their communities.
On the second Saturday of each month, the Harvest of Hope team gathers to bless those in our community who find themselves in need. Harvest of Hope provides food for the body and soul.
New Life Medical Addiction Services is a state licensed outpatient treatment center that uses research based medical interventions combined with counseling and therapy to treat drug addiction, alcohol use disorder, and co-occurring mental health disorders.
New Vision is a drug and alcohol medical stabilization service offered at Jefferson Stratford Hospital intended to medically treat adults experiencing detoxification issues from drugs and alcohol, so their desire to change can begin.
Provider of Intensive In-community Services. Specializing in grief/loss, depression, anxiety, ODD and family counseling.
Provider of Intensive In-community Services.
Newsome Psychological Services, Inc. is a behavioral health care practice with offices in Burlington and Cumberland Counties that provides forensic and clinical and evaluation services to individuals, families, and organizations and which aims to enhance skills, encourage empowerment, and facilitate the realization of full potential.
I offer psychological evaluations addressing general mental health, educational, and specialized needs.
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.
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.
The NJDOE Family and Community Relations Office engages New Jersey families concerning their educational rights and responsibilities, opportunities and options, and raises community support for education reform in NJ.
By learning more about education, and becoming aware of your parental rights and responsibilities together with your child's educational options and opportunities, you CAN obtain the best possible education for your children.
The Division of Early Childhood Education (DECE) of the New Jersey Department of Education has programmatic responsibility for preschool through 3rd grade (PK3) programs. Working with PK3 programs across the DOE, the Division of Early Childhood Education is responsible for the development, implementation, and alignment of program components with a focus on standards, curricula, and assessment.