Adolescents

Functional Family Therapy

Functional Family Therapy is an evidence-based in-home family therapy program for youth who have been involved with the legal system in some capacity, e.g., police called to the home, runaway, and probation.   Notice of Nondiscrimination

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Creative Visitation

Creative Visitation provides supervised visits between children in foster care and their parents, relatives, and siblings with the goals of promoting permanency, maintaining the family-child bond, and improving parent-child interactions. Visit coaches help parents appropriately identify and meet their child’s needs during visits, and work to teach, model, and coach parents on appropriate and effective […]

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Intensive In-Community Services

Intensive In-Community Services provides short-term intensive behavioral health counseling to youth and their families in their homes or communities. Counseling is provided by master’s level and licensed clinicians. Notice of Nondiscrimination

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Robins’ Nest Group Home

Robins’ Nest Group Home is a community based out of home treatment setting which provides services to adolescent females who are experiencing emotional and behavioral challenges. Individualized treatment plans are created to guide services to meet each resident’s individual needs. Services include behavior management, life skills training, and therapy.   Notice of Nondiscrimination

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Family Connections

The Family Connections program provides intensive in-home therapy, skill building, family resource education, and assistance to families involved with the Division of Child Protection and Permanency who have children under the age of 17. Using a team approach of a therapist and counselor, families work towards the goal of stability and improvement of their family […]

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Family Outreach

The Family Outreach program provides in-home family and individual therapy, support, and advocacy to children and their families, with the goal of improving family functioning and well-being. Staff work with families to teach positive conflict resolution and problem solving, coping, behavior management for children, feelings expression, and self-empowerment, as well as link families and offer […]

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Steps Toward Independence

Steps Toward Independence (STI) is a transitional, supportive housing program that assists homeless youth, especially youth leaving the child welfare system, with life skills and support services to make a successful transition to self-sufficient living and to prevent long-term dependency on social services.

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Cognitive Life Skills

The Cognitive Life Skills program provides youth who are currently on Gloucester County Juvenile Probation with weekly group sessions that focus on life skills training and leadership and trust building. The program provides a safe and supportive environment for youth to talk and learn about real life situations in an interactive way.

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Tramautic Loss Coalition

The Traumatic Loss Coalitions for Youth Program (TLC) at Rutgers University Behavioral Health Care is New Jersey’s primary youth suicide prevention program and is funded by the Department of Children and Families, Division of Child Behavioral Health Services. The TLC is an interactive, statewide network that offers education, collaboration, and support to professionals working with […]

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Lifelong Connections

The Lifelong Connections program helps to establish permanent connections with supportive adults for youth who are aging out of the foster care system. Staff work on identifying supportive adults and connecting them with youth aging out of Division of Child Permanency and Protection supervision. These relationships allow for adolescents and young adults to work towards […]

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