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.
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:
NJ Department of Community Affairs, Division on Women; NJ State Department of Children and Families, Division of Child Protection and Permanency; United Way of Gloucester County; Department of Criminal Justice, State Office of Victim-Witness Advocacy; US Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women
NJ State Department of Children and Families, Division on Prevention and Community Partnerships; NJ State Department of Criminal Justice, Office of Victim Witness Advocacy; NJ Department of Community Affairs, Gloucester County United Way
NJ Department of Community Affairs, Division on Women, United Way of Camden County, NJ State Office of Victim Witness Advocacy, NJ State Department Children and Families, Division of Child Protection and Permanency, Camden County Board of Chosen Freeholders, Target Corporation.
SOS is a street-based outreach program offering crisis intervention, counseling, advocacy, and prevention services. Counselors work to help homeless, runaway or couch-surfing teens find a safe and stable home. The program also provides education and public speaking workshops about high-risk behaviors to schools and other organizations.
Outreach Services, S.O.S. offers teens up to age 21 a variety of services including:
NJ Dept. of Children and Families, Division of Child Protection and Permanency, Federal Youth Services Bureau
Family Preservation Services (FPS) is an intensive, in-home, four to eight week crisis intervention program that strives to keep families together through in-home counseling and support services. FPS counselors meet with clients daily to educate and teach skills in:
All services provided are based on the needs of the family with the goal of giving families in crisis the tools to stay together.
New Jersey Department of Children and Families, Division of Child Protection and Permanency.
Family Link supports adolescents and their families helping to resolve family problems before they escalate to a crisis or the point of court involvement. The program provides 24/7 crisis intervention services to Camden County adolescents ages 11-17 and their families.