Programs

Multi-component enrichment program for youth on probation referred by the courts

Home based parenting program to support families referred by DCP&P

After school program for youth in Camden City

Works together with parents to get babies off to the best possible start

Individual and group counseling for children, adults and families

Group home for male youth age 15-19

Offering support, connection, and recreation for adults with mental health issues in a community setting

Community-based, neighborhood gathering place for Camden County families.

Permanent, supportive housing program for young adults. There is a 2-year waiting list for Camden DREAMS apartments.

Services to help you earn your high school diploma or equivalency.

Assault prevention program for parents, teachers, & students

Substance abuse treatment to support families referred by DCP&P

Community-based program designed to support and encourage youth experiencing emotional and behavioral challenges

A violence interruption program designed to stop the spread of violence in Camden City

Therapeutic services for adult offenders of domestic violence and intimate partner violence.

Offering a variety of services specifically for children who have experienced domestic violence

 Support for Early Head Start providers to enhance existing programming.

Community-based, neighborhood gathering place for families in Essex County.

Healing homes for girls age 11-19

Program to support male youth age 13-17 experiencing a co-occurring disorder

Outpatient substance use treatment program for women 

A family friendly setting offering parenting education and support to parents referred by DCP&P

Provides 24/7 youth crisis intervention services

In-home support services designed to strengthen the family unit

4-8 week intensive crisis intervention program for families referred by DCP&P

Therapeutic counseling services offering strength-based interventions

A one-stop services center for financial well-being for Camden City residents

New, free services for dads and father figures in Camden County.

Community-based program designed to support adults experiencing mental illness

A short-term, in-home program to help children obtain the skills necessary to thrive in the home and in the community

Counseling and support for individuals affected by a traumatic event such as the loss of a loved one to suicide, homicide, or an overdose. 

Offers parenting support to new and expectant mothers

Safe housing placement with a caring family for children age newborn to18 referred by DCP&P or ORR

Structured transitional living program, providing a safe home and support for male youth age 16-20

Offering referral and service information.

In-home substance use treatment for parents and caregivers.

Helps job seekers in Camden City to develop work-ready skills.

Community-based, neighborhood gathering place for Atlantic County families.

Support and education for family members and friends of a individuals living with mental illness

Short-term emergency shelter and safe housing placements for unaccompanied minors.

Community-based LGBTQIA+ program offering monthly meetings for teens and young adults.

Supportive services for caregivers who have taken on the responsibility of raising a child

Supportive program for adolescents transitioning to adulthood

Hospital-based substance use disorder recovery program

Connecting young people to caring and supportive mentors.

Peer-led, volunteer driven places of support for the recovery community.

Co-ed supportive apartments for young people ages 18-21 in need of a safe place live

24/7 crisis response to support children ages 0-21

Head Start child development and preschool program for children ages newborn - 5

Temporary housing for single mothers experiencing homelessness over the age of 18 who are pregnant or have young children

Intensive in-home individual and family counseling

Providing assistance in connecting people to affordable health care.

Community-based, neighborhood gathering place for Atlantic County families.

Student Support Services focused on prevention and early intervention to support students and their parents/caregivers.

Emergency safe housing for youth age 10-18

Intensive outpatient mental health counseling program 

Parenting program providing ongoing groups and workshops

Tips and techniques to give your child the best start in life

Outpatient treatment program for adults

Outpatient treatment program for veterans.

Outpatient treatment program for youth

Helping families heal from the trauma of domestic violence

Voluntary-based, peer-to-peer recovery support for individuals referred by DCPP

An AmeriCorps program that gives young adults the chance to build career-ready skills through national service. 

Prevention-based programming and resources to reduce and prevent substance use among youth, adults, and senior citizens in Warren County.

The Prevention Hub in Warren County offers prevention resources to build resilience in Warren County. 

In-home family counseling and crisis intervention services for families referred by DCP&P

Community-based, neighborhood gathering place for Camden City families.

Comprehensive mental health services for children and young adults 

Offers counseling to sexually acting out youth who have been referred by DCP&P

Recovery support services for families and loved ones of people facing addiction

Provides supervised visitation for DCP&P referred families to reunify parents with their children in foster care

A job readiness program for individuals transitioning back into the workforce.

A workforce development program for people impacted by the opioid crisis.

Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) intensive outpatient program to help people follow a path to recovery.

Assists families in becoming self-sufficient

Services to support homebound seniors

Short-term emergency shelter and safe housing for children and teens.

Advocacy, crisis intervention, counseling, and safe housing for victims of sexual violence, domestic violence, and human trafficking

In-home services for seniors and disabled adults

Counseling services for adult and child victims of sexual abuse; services also available for youth perpetrators.

Intensive case management for pregnant women with a substance use disorder.

Team-based support services for people in recovery from opioid use

A family member's addiction affects everyone in the home. Counseling services are available to help your child cope and build resiliency.

Outreach and emergency housing services for youth experiencing homelessness

Outreach and emergency services to homeless youth

Offering a variety of supervised visitation services for families and their children

Assisting adults with a serious mental illness find and maintain employment

In-home support to keep children and families safe

Offers parenting support to new and expectant mothers until the baby is one year of age

Short-term individual counseling, support groups, resources, and mentoring and LGBTQIA+ affirming care.

Emergency safe housing for youth age 9-18

Offers counseling and advocacy to grandparents raising children

Structured transitional living program, providing a safe home and support for young ladies age 16-20

Transitional housing for young adults and parenting/pregnant young adults and their children

A healing group home offering stabilization and diagnostic assessment for youth age 13-17

Healing services for survivors of interpersonal violence

Trauma response in the aftermath of a traumatic event

Long-term, group counseling for youth who have engaged in illegal sexual behavior and their caregiver. 

Group home care for youth ages 16-21

Long-term safe housing for male youth age 13-17

Emergency safe housing for  youth age 13-17

For assistance with services available in New Jersey, call our ACCESS line at 1.877.922.2377 during the hours of M-Th 9am to 5pm or F 9am to 4pm.