COVID-19 Info

COVID-19 Info

The health of those in our care, our staff and their families, and the community at large continues to be a priority at Center For Family Services. We are taking COVID-19 related precautions in accordance with recommendations from public health officials.  Center For Family Services continues to follow state and federal guidelines in order to maintain a safe workplace for all staff, clients and visitors. 

Guidelines in NJ and across the nation have loosened recently, in line with local and national trends showing a continued reduction in the spread of the coronavirus.  Center For Family Services is relaxing our mask mandates as well.  Should cases rise locally, or if we have an increase in cases at a particular site, increased safety protocols will be reinstated as necessary.
 

Below are a number of safety measures Center For Family Services is taking to minimize the risk of exposure and spread of COVID-19:

1) Our staff respect and honor our coworkers and client/participant choices when it comes to mask wearing.
 
2) Staff are required to wear a mask if they are not fully vaccinated.
 
3) Staff have been provided proper santitizing and handwashing instructions. All staaff are required to wash hands for a minimum of 20 seconds to prevent the spread of germs.
 
4) Staff are required to stay home if they are sick.
 
5) If staff are concerned they may have COVID, they are required to stay home from work and get tested.
 
6) Staff are required to wear a mask if they have been exposed to an infected person.
 
7) Our staff respectfully accept and encourage mask wearing among co-workers who continue to do so.
 
8) Staff are asked to wear a mask whenever they are in doubt about whether a situation is COVID safe.
 
 

Please reach out to Center For Family Services’ Access team at 877.922.2377 for information about our services in New Jersey. Our team is available Monday to Thursday between the hours of 9am-7pm or Friday between the hours of 9am-4pm.

For information on available resources in the community:

Community Resources

 

 

NJ Hope and Healing
New services available in New Jersey to help you adapt, cope, and build resiliency

Are you feeling overwhelmed with the ways the pandemic has impacted your life and your family or your workplace? Free services are available to help you.
 
Free resiliency support is available to help you and your family or within your workplace if you have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
 
Call today to schedule your confidential session with a crisis counselor.
 
NJ Hope & Healing offers you the following services:
  • virtual support groups
  • webinars
  • individual sessions to help build a sense of normalcy
  • workshops designed for families or groups
  • team workshops designed for your company or workplace
  • three-session resilency support groups for children and teens
  • workshops designed for your family or your workplace
 
If you live in New Jersey, call our Access Line at at 1.877.922.237 to schedule a counseling session for yourself and/or for a family member.
 
36-week funding for crisis counseling is provided by the NJ Department of Human Services, Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS) through the Crisis Counseling Service-Regular Services Program (RSP) as defined by the Department of Homeland Security/Federal Emergency Mangaement (FEMA). Center For Family Services is one of ten partnering providers in the State of New Jersey.
 
 
 
TeleHealth is Available

If you or someone you care about needs help dealing with life's challenges, Center For Family Services is ready to help. Through TeleHealth services, our team is ready to provide you with the support you need. It's easy to make an appointment. Call our Access Line at 1.877.922.2377 to schedule your TeleHealth appointment for counseling, therapeutic and psychiatric services.  

For more info on TeleHealth Services and to download TeleHealth Services Forms, click the link below.

TeleHealth Services

Status of Programming

Safe and Supportive Housing - Youth and Adult Residential Care
Our safe and supportive housing services for children, teens, and moms and their babies are fully operational.

Mosaic Early Learning - Child Development & Preschool & Head Start Services
Our centers are open and operating virtually and in-person. 

Family Success Centers and Outreach Center
Our Family Success Centers and Family Outreach Center are open by appointment.

Sexual Violence, Domestic Violence and Human Trafficking
Our 24/7 crisis intervention services are fully operational. If you are in need of help call 1.866.295.7378.

Hotlines
Our hotlines are fully operational. 

Addiction/Recovery Services
All clinical services are available for either in-person or via TeleHealth. Call 877-922-2377 to schedule an appointment.

Living Proof Recovery Center
Living Proof Recovery Center is open.

Counseling/Behavioral Health
All clinical services are available for either in-person or via TeleHealth. Call 877-922-2377 to schedule an appointment.

In-Home Services Health
In-home services are being offered both in-person/in-home or via telehealth. 

Your Help

Your help is needed more now than ever before. Donate online to meet the urgent needs in our community. Your gift will help local children and families in need.

Donate today!

While the national health crisis is affecting everyone in our nation, many children, individuals and families are especially at-risk. Complex life circumstances, including poverty, homelessness, incarceration of a parent or relative, traumatic loss of a relative, are compounded by the Covid-19 health crisis.

Center For Family Services continues to provide critical services to at-risk populations during the health crisis, with most services fully operational. Child, teens, and moms and babies are waking up in the care of Center For Family Services every day, and school closures and social distancing are creating added challenges at our homes across the region.  Additionally, as a result of Covid-19, many local families are experiencing a variety of challenges, including loss of employment, food insecurity, lack of resources to assist children with home-schooling, and the added expense of meals while children are not receiving regular meals at school. 

Your contribution will provide direct support for the children and teens living in our care and for local families in need during these unprecedented times.

Your gift will support immediate needs, including assistance with:

  • Food
  • Help with utilities bills
  • Help with housing/rent payments
  • Diapers, wipes, and formula
  • Phones with prepaid minutes
  • toiletry kits, healing kits, enrichment and activity kits
  • computers to support  at-home learning

It starts with one. It starts with you.

You can be the one to provide support when needed most. Your gift will change lives.