Children & Family Services

  • Adolescent Addictive Services Program

    A Wide Range of Services Designed for Recovery Our variety of addiction services for adolescents includes: Evaluation/Treatment Planning Services, Psychiatric Evaluations/Medication Management, Early Intervention Program, Outpatient (OP) Level of Care, Intensive Outpatient (IOP) Level of Care, Individual Psychotherapy, Family Therapy, Multifamily Therapy Group, Specialized Groups through CarePlus and Urine Drug Screen Tests. Evaluation/Treatment Planning Services […]

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  • Adoption House

    A Home-Like Environment for Children Awaiting Permanent Placement The transitions children and families go through when children are placed out of home is an intense change which triggers many new emotions. Enriched services facilitate the transition and assist families in moving toward permanent placement. Program Goal To enable families to make positive separation when reunification […]

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  • Bergen County Council for Young Children

    Families Advocating for Change BCCYC is a place where parents come together to be active community partners. Parents will share and learn about health, education, and the well-being of their children as well as offer ideas, opinions and solutions to build stronger connections for children and families within the community. Program Goals For Bergen County […]

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  • Children’s Mobile Response

    24-Hour/7 Days a Week Crisis Intervention and Stabilization for Children and Youth in Bergen County Children’s Mobile responds to the needs of children and families in crisis in Bergen County. It strives to maintain children in safe and stable living arrangements by providing interventions designed to stabilize and improve relationships within the family while also […]

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  • Clinical Outpatient Endeavors

    C.O.P.E. – a CarePlus program for children 4 through 18 – matches skilled clinicians with the needs of the child, youth, and/or family. It offers flexibility in scheduling appointments while minimizing wait time to receive outpatient services. Program Goals C.O.P.E. provides comprehensive, quality mental health services to families to achieve a maximum degree of emotional […]

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  • F.O.R.W.A.R.D.

    An Educational Group for Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention CarePlus presents F.O.R.W.A.R.D. (Focus on Resilience with Assistance, Resources & Determination), an 8-week psycho-educational group for youth 12-18 years of age who have begun to use or experiment with drugs and/or alcohol. The group is designed to educate youth on the potential dangers of substance use […]

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  • Families First

    Building Relationships, Preserving Families Families First is Bergen county’s Family Preservation Services Program. It provides goal-oriented services to reduce the risk of out-of-home placement for children with DCP&P involvement. Program Goal To prevent out-of-home placement by providing short-term, intensive in-home family education and crisis intervention to families with children at risk of out-of-home placement, or […]

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  • Family Support Center

    Support for Families who have a Loved One with Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) The Family Support Center (FSC) program recognizes the Family as one of the most influential factors in the successful treatment of addiction and will utilize Community Reinforcement Approach and Family Training (CRAFT) to provide families with tools, skills, and resources to effectively […]

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  • Foster Care

    For Children Referred to YCS by DCP&P CarePlus works collaboratively with Youth Consultation Services (YCS) to provide in-home counseling to children in the foster care system. The program services foster families that reside in Bergen, Hudson, Morris, Passaic, Sussex, and Warren Counties. All referral are made by the Division of Child Protection and Permanency (DCP&P). […]

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  • Healthy Families

    Serving Bergen & Hudson Counties Healthy Families – TIP is a voluntary home-based program designed to support and educate new parents to promote healthy families. It serves prenatal families, as well as TANF, GA and Emergency Assistance (EA) recipients with a baby under 12 months of age. Program Goals Increasing positive childhood outcomes and family […]

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