My goal for therapy is to help individuals and families live the best and most fulfilling lives possible. Sometimes life hands us experiences that we aren't prepared for and struggle to navigate on our own. Individuals face different levels of stress and problems which require varying treatment approaches.
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AECDC provides free Baby Formula, Equipment and Diapers, plus wipes, clothing and other items that are crucial to keeping babies and young children healthy and growing! AECDC is the only diaper bank in Central NJ, and is affiliated with the National Diaper Bank Networ
Central Unitarian Church is a religious community that serves members throughout Bergen, Hudson, Passaic and Rockland counties. Founded over a century ago, our congregation is part of a 450-year-old faith tradition and is a member of the Unitarian Universalist Association.
In Newark, the Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC) offers comprehensive risk and needs assessment, outpatient mental health and addictions services, 24/7 in-person and telephonic crisis stabilization services, case management, primary care screening and monitoring, peer and family support services, person centered treatment planning, and coordination with health care and social service providers.
We educate people to better understand the importance and benefits of comprehensive financial planning as well as secure them with protection to help their plans succeed. You can't predict the future, but you can plan for it.
Holistic fitness addresses the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs through body movement and energy flow (Qi).
Our goal at CGI is to help everyone rekindle a nourishing self-connection in our peaceful environment. Expect to feel recovered, restored and relaxed after your visit. We make self-care feel easy.
Champion Learning LLC is an NJ DDD approved support coordination agency for adults with developmental disabilities 21 years old and over.
The New Jersey Hospital Care Payment Assistance Program (Charity Care) is available to patients for inpatient and outpatient services at all acute care hospitals throughout New Jersey. Medically necessary services may be eligible for patients who meet income and asset criteria.
Hello and a warm welcome to Charles Hair Specialists and the home of Charlie's Kids Salon. We understand that everybody is different and that's why we go out of our way to listen to our clients and tailor our services to their specific needs.
Chestnut Ridge Pediatric Associates is committed to providing comprehensive medical care for children from birth to age 26.
Any person having reasonable cause to believe that a child has been abused or neglected has a legal responsibility to report it to the Division of Protection and Permanency (formerly known as the Division of Youth and Family Services). Calls can be made anonymously.
Child and Family Solutions provides in-home counseling to youth, families, and the developmentally disabled to help them attain personal, behavioral, emotional, and academic goals. Through consistent care and evidence-based interventions, Child and Family Solutions continue to foster growth and stability within the family unit.
The Child Mind Institute provides online or in-person, gold-standard, evidence-based care for children, teens & young adults struggling with mental health and learning disorders.
Whether the loss is a grandparent, a parent, a classmate or even a beloved family pet, the grieving process can be difficult and every child will grieve in his own way. You will find tips broken down into a range of ages and experiences, and information about what to say, who should say it, what to look out for and how to help.
Childhood Lead Program and Lead Abatement/Lead Removal Grant (Bergen County Department of Health Services)
Free Lead Hazard Remediation and Home Repairs at NO cost for qualifying tenants or homeowners. Lead Hazard Reduction and Healthy Home Program has funding available for qualified tenants or homeowners.
At Children 1st, we provide services that address mental, emotional, and substance issues that have become problematic in affecting the individual and various family members.
At Children of Joy Pediatrics we care about your child’s health and well-being. If there is any service we can provide you with, please let us know and we will try to accommodate you to the best of our ability. Our office is conveniently available Monday-Sunday for your child's needs. Should you have an emergency while our office is closed our answering service is always available to connect you with a provider.
Children's After-School Treatment Services -Autism Spectrum Disorder CATS ASD (Division of Family Guidance)
C.A.T.S. ASD is an after-school program designed to help imrove the social skills of children ages 10-12 who are on the autism spectrum and can function independently.
C.A.T.S. is a therapeutic after-school program designed to help improve the social skills of elementary and middle school-aged children ages 7-12 years old. The C.A.T.S. program includes play-based group therapy, art therapy, therapeutic recreational activities and family support services.
Children's Aid and Family Services provide high-quality, innovative services to children, adults, and their families that advance social, educational, and emotional development and well-being.
At the Children’s Center for Holistic Heart Health in Paramus, we provide a range of treatments and preventive services near you to ensure your child’s long-term cardiac health. At our Paramus clinic, we also offer weight management programs and fetal echocardiography.
The Disability Support Services department of Children's Aid and Family Services provides several "programs without walls". These are programs that are generally conducted at a child's home or in the community, providing one on one services with both the child and their family.
The CIACC is Bergen County's Children's Inter-agency Coordinating Council. Every county in New Jersey has a CIACC. The CIACC forms partnerships with anyone invested in making the lives of children better like parents, teachers, coaches, faith based youth leaders and other.
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 addressing areas of stress.
The Children's Resource Center (CRC) offers free after-school programming for Bergen County children ages 10-12. The CRC provides a positive, safe, professionally staffed and supportive environment.