Early Learning Community
Enroll your child in a early learning community that supports comprehensive early child development and support services in the areas of:
- Health & Dental Care
- Special Education
- Parent skill workshops
- Social Services
Enroll your child today.
Helping Hands Homes
Shelter Homes parents do extraordinary things. There are many children in need of a temporary home while they await family reunificaiton. Learn about how you can help some of these children as a shelter home parent.
Living Proof Recovery Centers
Living Proof Recovery Centers - now in 2 convenient locations - are welcoming and safe places of hope for the recovery community offering
- Connections to recovery resources
- Wellness classes
- Peer mentoring & coaching
- Support groups
Navigator Exchange Program
Our trained, multi-lingual navigators can help you learn about your options for enrolling in affordable health insurance:
- Discover what options are available for you and your family
- Learn how to get covered after open enrollment is over
- Understand information about your small business healthcare tax credits
Our reach across NJ has expanded
On January 1, 2020 Family Intervention Services joined forces with Center For Family Services, increasing our staff to more than 1400 dedicated team members and expanding our reach to include specialized services in Atlantic, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Essex, Gloucester, Hudson, Morris, Passaic, Ocean, Salem and Sussex Counties.
This has become so much more than mentoring, he’s become like a son to me.
The strength of DaQuan and Tyrone’s relationship is remarkable. It is one full of trust, mutual respect, and ultimately, of friendship. It is the result of mentoring at its very best.
“I became a mentor because I could have used one in my life when I was young,” recalls Camden Fire Department Captain, Tyrone Baker, “I was excited to become a part of a young person’s life and make a real difference.”
Tyrone found out about Center For Family Services mentoring program through the Fire Department in 2008. He was quickly matched up with then 12 year old DaQuan Johnson, also of Camden City.
DaQuan was struggling in school, constantly getting into trouble and succumbing to peer pressure. “I wasn’t being a leader,” says DaQuan, now an 18 year old... Read Full Story