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

Individual and group counseling for children, adults and families

Provides 24/7 youth crisis intervention services

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

In home service for families referred by DCP&P with a child with medical needs

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

A free after-school program to support teenage youth referred by DCP&P who are experiencing behavioral issues

Offers parenting support to new and expectant mothers

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

Providing resources to prevent homelessness

Intensive in-home individual and family counseling

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

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

Assists families in becoming self-sufficient

Outreach and emergency services to homeless youth

In-home support to keep children and families safe

Assault prevention program for parents, teachers, & students

Offering referral and service information

In-home services for seniors and disabled adults

Offers counseling and advocacy to grandparents raising children

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

Permanent, supportive housing program for young adults

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

Transitional living program for female youth age 16-20

Transitional structured living program providing assistance to male youth age 16-20

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

Structured residential program for male youth age 13-18

Emergency shelter and safe housing for youth age 9-18

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

Emergency shelter and safe housing for youth age 10-18

Outpatient treatment program for youth

Outpatient treatment program for adults

Substance abuse treatment to support families referred by DCP&P

Outpatient substance use treatment program for women 

Substance use treatment program for the Deaf community

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

Crisis intervention following critical incident in schools and businesses

Counseling for individuals who have been affected by a traumatic event

Parenting program providing ongoing groups and workshops

Supportive services to residents of housing communities

Safe and supportive housing for young ladies age 16-20

Early childhood education program for children ages 3 - 5

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

A peer-led, volunteer driven place of support for the recovery community

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

Providing assistance in connecting people to affordable health care.

An in-home program designed to help youth obtain the skills necessary to thrive in the home and in the community

Intensive in-home case management and family support service for pre-adjudicated youth.

Group sessions for men referred by the courts or DCP&P focused on changing core beliefs about violence

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

Grade level reading initiative for Camden City and Camden County children

Community-based, neighborhood gathering place for Camden County families

Community-based, neighborhood gathering place for Camden County families

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

Partnership with ShopRite that delivers fresh groceries to Camden City residents

Youth-led, community-based Gay Straight Alliance offering monthly meetings for local teens 

Community-based, neighborhood gathering place for Camden City families

Hospital referred opioid overdose recovery program

One-on-one mentoring/tutoring program for Camden and Trenton students

Support & counseling for children, teens, and adult who experienced the loss of a loved one to homicide

A safe and nurturing early learning environment for children ages 6 weeks to 3 years old

An AmeriCorps direct service program that provides young people with the skills to pursue meaningful career and educational opportunities.

Collaborative initiative focused on revitalizing Camden City

Healing homes for girls age 11-19

Short term safe housing for  youth age 13-17

Community-based, neighborhood gathering place for Camden County families

Helping families heal from the trauma of domestic violence

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

Assisting job seekers in Camden City with developing work ready skills.

Recovery support services for families and loved ones of people facing problems with opioids

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

Juntos provides short-term shelter placements for children and teens who have crossed the southern border into the United States.

Providing opportunities to increase job readiness skills and set individuals on a pathway to employment.