Adults

A Place To Call Home

‘A Place to Call Home’, Recovery-Focused Independent Transitional Living was created to facilitate safe, supportive and sober housing for expectant and postpartum women who have struggled with substance abuse and are in early recovery and their children.  The recovery-focused program provides parenting support, vocational counseling, mental health and substance abuse counseling, and connections to community […]

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PSNJ II

The PSNJ II program provides case management and support for expectant and parenting families.  Staff in the program assist both male and female expectant and parenting youth between the of ages 14-24 and living in Cumberland and Salem counties with achieving personal goals and enhancing life skills.  Services include home visits, information and education on […]

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On My Own

The On My Own program provides aftercare services to youth who are aging out of the foster care system. Services within this program include training for employment seeking and retention, enabling youth to receive their high school diploma, counseling services on an individual or group basis, and assistance in obtaining independent housing.

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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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Robins' Nest Counseling & Wellness Centers

Counseling Centers

Our Counseling & Wellness Centers have a brand new website featuring information on their many programs and services that are offered to the community.

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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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Mobile Response and Stabilization Services

Mobile Response and Stabilization Services provide crisis outreach to children and youth who are experiencing escalating emotional or behavioral health issues. Workers respond in order to diffuse an immediate crisis and keep children safe and stable within their homes. Interventions include de-escalation, service linkage, and short term stabilization management.  The Mobile Response team also provides […]

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Family Success Centers

Family Success Centers are community-based, family-centered neighborhood gathering places where community residents go for family support, interactive workshops, activities, and groups. Family Success Centers are beautiful spaces designed to bring the community together to build relationships, strengthen the community and the families in it.  They are places where residents and volunteers share their time and […]

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Fostering Independence

The Fostering Independence Program provides life skills instruction and case management to youth who are aging out of foster care and involved with the Division of Child Protection and Permanency. The program provides case management and advocacy and assists adolescents and young adults during their transition from foster care to independent living. This is an […]

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Life Link Homes

Life Link Homes offer permanent supportive housing for youth who are homeless or aging out of the child welfare system. The program provides life skills, employment counseling, and therapy to ensure a successful transition to self-sufficient living and to prevent long-term dependency on social services. Young adults who comply with their lease requirements may remain […]

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