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BrightStar is a joint commission accredited home care company providing personal, companion and skilled care services to children and seniors
Brightside Family Services (Michael Loupis Counseling LLC) is an Intensive In-Community (IIC) Services provider.
- BPS Strengths and Needs Assessment
- Substance Abuse Evaluation
- Art/Play/Narrative Therapy
- Sexual Offending
- ARC GROW
- Nurtured Heart Approach®
- Foster Care & Immigration
- Gestalt Therapy
Brilliant & Resilient is a professionally led group for teen girls to explore and develop creative coping skills, explore their inner worlds, and get support in navigating intense emotions and behaviors. Meets once per week, intake with group therapist required prior!
To increase cancer prevention efforts and education in our community while providing cancer screening services to those that are uninsured.
Our mission is to provide high-quality comprehensive primary health care to the families we serve.
We provide Adult Health, Dental Health, Women's Health, Children's Health, Behavioral Health, Care Coordination, Foot Health, and Eye Health Services.
Camden AHEC is committed to improving the health of the medically underserved - the ethnic and culturally diverse, the aged, the poor, the very young, the unemployed, the homeless and the uninsured. Particular emphasis is on providing services in the City of Camden and the Counties of Camden and Burlington.
The Ages and Stages Questionnaire (ASQ) is a free online survey that helps you measure your child's development. After you complete the survey online, a program specialist contacts you by phone to discuss the results and any follow-up steps. Results are also mailed to your home.
The Camden County Board of Social Services is proud of its tradition of providing caring service and assistance to individuals and families in need in Camden County. The agency is committed to assisting its clients in breaking the cycle of welfare dependency to become self-sufficient members of the community.
The county educational partnerships are alliances between the New Jersey Department of Children and Families (DCF), local school districts and local agencies that serve children and families. These partnerships provide cross-systems training and help direct resources and services from the and other sources to families in need.
If you are recently unemployed or underemployed and looking to go back to school you may be eligible for government funding to cover the cost of your re-training course. Camden County Career Institute offers many new and exciting careers in allied health and information technology.
We provide child care resources and referrals in Camden County and assist eligible parents in finding quality, affordable child care.
The Camden County Family Support Organization assists families with children who have behavioral or mental health issues in the Child's Behavioral Health Systems. We will ensure the family voice is heard in all planning, coordination and delivery of services.
We are a program run by the Camden County Department of Health comprised of nurses, case manager and lead inspector. We provide lead screening, case management and home inspections for children with a high lead levels.
Camden County OEO is a private, non-profit agency dedicated to serving and uplifting economically disadvantaged and moderate income individuals and families.
The Youth Achievement Program provides the opportunity for young people to formulate realistic career goals and improve their academic, personal and social skills. Qualified participants include adolescents and young adults aged 16-21 years.
Camden County Partnership for Children (CCPFC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to assisting children (5-21) with emotional needs, behavioral challenges and/or Developmental Disabilities. Camden County Partnership for Children is the Care Management Organization (CMO) for Camden County.
The mission of the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office of Victim Witness Advocacy is to respond to crime victims’ concerns regarding their personal safety and security following their victimization.
The aim of this Aging and Disability Resource Connection (ADRC) program is to connect both seniors and adults with disabilities with a full range of the services –public and private- needed to independently live and thrive within their community.
Our mission is to assure all students are proficient in the New Jersey CORE Curriculum Content Standards, to prepare all students for a viable career, and to provide a safe, secure, and caring environment.
The emergency shelter, with room for 38 women and children fleeing domestic violence in their homes, is one of the largest in New Jersey.
Provides educational, career training and employment support to eligible out-of-school youth 16-24. Targeted populations include, school dropouts, low-income and basic skills deficient, English language learners, juvenile or adult Justice-involved, foster care, pregnant or parenting, homeless, and individuals with a disability.
Camden Enrollment is a family-friendly application that makes it easier to apply to public schools in Camden, NJ. Rather than having to submit multiple applications by different deadlines, families can use the Camden Enrollment application to apply to District schools outside of their neighborhood, renaissance schools, and public charter schools.
Camden Healthy Start (CHS) is dedicated to improving the health of pregnant women, babies and families in Camden, New Jersey.
Camden Kids Academy is an infant and toddler daycare/before and after school program located on Haddon Avenue in Camden's Parkside area.