Center For Family Services' LifelineED program provides recovery support services for those individuals reversed from an opioid overdose and treated at a local hospital. LifelineED Recovery Specialists are contacted by hospital staff when a patient requests recovery services.
LifelineED services include:
State of New Jersey Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services in response to New Jersey's increasing number of opioid overdose deaths.
Project COPE (Children Obtaining a Positive Environment) provides support to Camden City youth ages 4-17 with an incarcerated parent. Mentors provide support, guidance, and friendship to a mentee for a period of at least 1 year.
Striving Towards Achieving Results (STAR) is a multi-component prevention program serving Camden County teens and young adults ages 13-21 years old who have recently been placed on probation and their families. STAR provides in-home and community-based service for youth and their families to address circumstances within the family to strengthen the family unit. The program utilizes a strength-based, family-focused framework and the Positive Youth Development approach to bring out the youth's strengths.
Juvenile Justice Commission, Camden County Youth Services Commission
ACE (Achieving Consistent Excellence) is a multi-component prevention program provided to Gloucester County males ages 8-23 years old who are on probation and their families. ACE staff members will provide crisis support, career and academic guidance, financial management, sobriety support, and aid in building up life skills including time management, physical and nutritional well-being.
The program will provide transportation to work interviews, probation, court, school, and other appointments.
Project First C is an intensive in-home case management and family support service for pre-adjudicated youth to assist with a successful transition and adjustment to probation.The program's goal is to make sure the youth do not violate probation, incur new charges, and comply with all court-ordered services. Program staff link the youth with community resources, job search assistance, advocacy for education and court, cognitive behavioral skill-building and transportation.
Trafficking of humans is the second largest criminal industry in the world after drug dealing, and it is the fastest growing. Center For Family Service Rescue and Restore aims to reduce human trafficking in Camden, Gloucester and Cumberland Counties in southern New Jersey and provide rescue and restore supports to victims.
If you are a victim of human trafficking, call our hotline for help:
At times, we all face personal, work, or family problems that we can't handle by ourselves. Center For Family Services contracts with many companies and agencies to provide Employee Assistance Program (EAP) services to help employees and their family members find solutions and resources to resolve problems and function at their best.
Through confidential guidance and support, specially trained EAP staff can help individuals and families deal with issues such as: