the New Jersey Alliance for Children, Youth & Families?
The New Jersey Alliance for Children, Youth and Families is a common voice
for those in crisis – children, youth, families and individuals dealing
with behavioral, emotional or substance abuse disorders, developmental disabilities
and special education needs
We advocate for public
and private policies that support and protect children, youth and families.
We assist member agencies
and other human service organizations throughout New Jersey.
Our member agencies offer:
- Crisis programs
- Group homes
- Transitional living for homeless youth
- Specialty beds
- In-home services
- Outpatient and residential treatment
- Adoption services
- Case management
OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
NEW JERSEY OFFICE OF THE CHILD ADVOCATE
NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT
OF CHILDREN AND FAMILIES (DCF)
NJDCF DIVISION OF CHILD BEHAVORIAL HEALTH
Bulletin Board Referral System
NJ DCF LICENSING
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We are in the process of upgrading our website in order to better serve New Jersey's children, youth, families and our members. During this transition phase, our member's login area will not be available. Our anticipated launch date is Friday, September 23, 2011.
Please call (609) 586-9092 with any questions or for membership information.
The tuition waiver law
provides assistance to foster care youth who wish to attend state college
or vocational school. Participants
must be between 16 and 23 years old and must have been under the supervision
of DYFS for at least nine months before their 16th birthday.
Click here for more information about the New Jersey Foster Care Scholars (NJFC) program.
SAVE ON BULK PURCHASING
Nonprofit agencies who contract with the NJ Department of Human Services
and NJ Dept of Children and Families can find a variety of insurance
products, goods and services for which reflect bulk purchasing prices at the
Social Services Purchasing Alliance.
Zeller Associates (HZA),
consultants were hired by DYFS in 2001 to study shelter rates statewide. The
study recommended methods to
maximize federal reimbursement The final report suggests a two-year implementation
phase-in period. Rates to Shelters would be raised more than double the base
rate and fully financed by the increase in federal funding.
Shelter Care Rate Setting Final Report
New Jersey Alliance for Children, Youth and Families
1800 East State St, Suite 152
Hamilton, NJ 08609