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:
Baby's Best Start is a nine week program that works together with parents and family members to ensure baby's get off to the best possible start. Program sessions are on Saturdays from 10am-2pm. After the completion of the program, staff will continue follow up with the family through regular home visits and phone calls on a monthly basis. Baby's Best Start provides:
A Project of the Camden County Covenant for Children, Youth and Families. Funded by the Community Planning and Advocacy Council
through a grant from the NJ Department of Children and Families.
The Parent Resource Center offers an eight-week program designed to enhance parenting skills for parents with infants, toddlers, school-aged children, and adolescents. The program provides pratical information that can be incorporated into every day parenting in an effort to keep children and families safe.
New Jersey Department of Children & Families, Division of Child Protection and Permanency
The SASS program helps families develop a sense of security and higher level of self assurance. Through SASS individuals learn the power of advocating for themselves. SASS encourages stronger families and healthier communities. SASS counselors provide support to families and teach the ways to:
The TIP - Camden County program helps good parents become great parents. This program provides parenting skills, education, and welfare-to-work support to expectant women and new mothers with a baby under the age of one. Program goals include providing the supports to ensure the welfare of children and to stabilize families and promote self-sufficiency. Mothers can receive services up until the baby turns one, provided she is in program compliance. Participation is renewed in three month increments.
NJ Department of Children and Families, Division of Children Protection & Permanency, NJ Department of Human Services, Division of Family Development, Community Donations.
Healthy Families provides early intervention and family support services, helping expectant and new mothers build strong, healthy relationships with their babies through in-home visits. The program offers support to parents with newborns or toddlers up to age three.
NJ Department of Children and Families, Division of Child Protection and Permanency, NJ Department of Human Services, Division of Family Development, Community Donations.
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.
The Comprehensive Outpatient Counseling program provides individual, family, and group counseling to children, adolescents, adults, and families to address personal conflicts, relationship problems and face life challenges. Counseling is provided to adults and children age 5 and older.
The Comprehensive Counseling program's professionally trained counselors are dedicated to providing support to individuals dealing with:
United Way of Camden and Gloucester Counties, NJ Department of Children and Families, Division of Child Protection and Permanency, NJ Office of Victim-Witness Advocacy, Medicaid, and Client Fees.