Parent and Family Resources
Commercial Township Family Success Center
8879 Highland Avenue, Port Norris, NJ 08349
Contact: Leahe Togno
Holly City Family Success Center
Community residents can obtain needed services such as family support, information and referral services, parent-child activities, housing related services, economic self-sufficiency, parent education and life skills training.21 E. Main Street Rear
Millville, NJ 08332
Contact: Jennifer D'Alessandro
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgIntervention and Referral Services Team (I&M Team) — Student Assistance Program
A school-based program to assist students with learning, behavioral health or health problems that are affecting school performance. The program also promotes the general development of students' self-esteem, interpersonal relationships, problem solving and coping skills. Students may be referred to this program by a school staff member, a parent/guardian or self-referral. All referrals are confidential and related information is not included in the student's educational record, For additional information, contact a member of the guidance or administrative team at your child's school.LINK
School Based Youth Services Program (available to students at Memorial High School, Mil!vine Senior High School and Millville Alternative High School).
The LINK School Based Youth Services Program helps young people navigate their adolescent years, finish their education, obtain skills leading to employment or continuing education, and graduate healthy and drug free. All services are provided free of charge and require parental consent. Core services provided include:
Mental health counseling Healthy youth development
Primary and preventive health services Substance abuse counseling and referral
Employment services Pregnancy prevention programs
Learning support services Referrals to community-based providers
Recreation and clubs STD/HIV testing and treatment
For more information, contact your school counselor or school nurse.
Medical Home Instruction
The purpose of medical home instruction is to provide general education students in grades k— 12, or special education students, ages 3 — 21, out of school instruction when an acute or chronic health issue prevents the student from attending school during the regular school day. In order to receive medical home instruction, the student's healthcare provider must certify that the student is confined to the home setting. All requests for home instruction are subject to review and approval by the school physician. For additional information and related forms, contact the school nurse at your child's school or the Home Instruction coordinator at (856) 327-6024.
A non-profit children's organization that offers services such as Counseling, Child Permanency, Prevention and Parent Education, Crisis Response, Programs for Young Adults
42 South Delsea Drive, Glassboro, NJ 08028
Phone: 856-881-8689 Fax: 856-881-5508
Affordable family planning services for men, women and teens; including a variety of birth control methods, pregnancy and STI testing. All reproductive healthcare services are confidential. Services are LGBTQ friendly. Bilingual staff. Services provided by appointment or walk-in.
Two locations in Cumberland County; for more information call 856-794-1235 or www.famcareinc.com.
Fam Care - 30 Magnolia Avenue, Bridgeton
FamCare - 80 S. Main Road, Vineland
The New Jersey Network for Family Life Education offers peer to peer sexuality education through Sex Etc, a teen written magazine and website www.sexetc.org.
Traumatic Loss Coalition for Youth
Parents Anonymous of New Jersey, INC.
The mission of Parents Anonymous of NJ is to protect children by strengthening families through mutual support, parent leadership and advocacy
South Jersey Office 856-686-0600
Phone: 1-800-THE-KIDS 1-800-843-5437
My Sisters' Kids
Peer Support for Grieving Children from Cumberland, Salem, Gloucester Counties
377 Dutch Mill Road,
P.O. Box 878 Malaga, NJ 08328
Family Support Organization
~Provides direct family-to-family peer support, education, advocacy and other services to family members of children with emotional and behavioral problems.
3739 North Delsea Drive Vineland, NJ 08360
NJ Office of Advocacy
Ensures the safety, permanency, and well-being of children and supports families by providing information, referral, and advocacy services.
Local- Provide civil legal services to low-income residents
415 W. Landis Avenue, 2nd Fl., Vineland, NJ 08360
Phone: 856-691-0494 • Fax: 856-691-5072
NJ Self Help Group Clearinghouse
~Offers a helpline and an online resource that help identify and locate support groups
Parents Anonymous of New Jersey, Inc.
South Jersey Office: 856-686-0600
Phone: 1-800-THE-KIDS • 1-800-843-5437
Mutual support for parents disturbed by their children’s unacceptable behavior. Great articles on how to assess your troubled teenager and how to help them