This program provides families and individuals enrolled in state assistance programs with free or highly discounted admission to arts and history organizations, venues and programs.
Pathways for Exceptional Children has programs for children of all abilities ages 3-21.
On June 18, 2019, in New Jersey, many participating pharmacies are distributing FREE Naloxone kits to the public at large. With this initiative, on that day, anyone can access the drug, Naloxone, free of charge and with no prescription.
This group will be for youth ages 7-12 who struggle with social skills.
If you are worried about your own or a friends use of drugs or alcohol, there are treatment options available for teens in New Jersey.
The State of New Jersey has contracted with PerformCare to administer the publicly-funded developmental disability service delivery system for children up to age 21. This transition is a result of the state government restructuring initiated by Governor Christie which moved the responsibility for providing services to children with developmental disabilities from the Department of Human Services' Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD) to the Department of Children and Families' Children's System of Care (CSOC).
We are currently accepting applications for Care Managers.