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Catholic Charities, Regional Aftercare Program Services

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1-908-782-7905
6 Park Avenue
Flemington, NJ 08822
http://www.ccdom.org/
PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING: Referral must be made through the Division of Child Protection and Permanency (formerly known as DYFS/ the Division of Youth and Family Services).

Community based, in home, on-call case management services to adolescents aging out of the the Division of Child Protection and Permanency (formerly known as DYFS/ the Division of Youth and Family Services) system into independent living situations. The Individual Component includes: Life Skills training in education, employment, money management, etc. Case Management Client Advocacy Referral Services Supportive Counseling. The Wrap-Around Brokerage Services of the Chafee Fund is allotted to the Central Region of DYFS. This fund is to be used to assist three populations: Those youth who are working with Chafee funded independent living programs; Those youth who are under the supervision of aftercare agencies; and Those youth that were in DYFS placement on their 18th birthday have left care, but are in need of follow-up services from the aftercare agency.

Family Support Organization

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1-908-213-9932
114 South Second Street
Phillipsburg , NJ 08865
http://www.fso-hsw.org
PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING: Must be referred through PerformCare at 877-652-7624 or www.performcarenj.org, except for Warmline. Warmline calls are accepted from everyone.

Support, education and advocacy to families who have children struggling with emotional, behavioral and/or mental health challenges; youth partnership (ages 13 to 20); and support groups.

Lifeties Inc.-Mary`s Place

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1-609-771-1600
2205 Pennington Road
Trenton, NJ 08638
http://www.lifetiesinc.org
PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING: Referral must be made through the Division of Child Protection and Permanency (formerly known as DYFS/ the Division of Youth and Family Services).

Mary`s Place is a supportive permanent housing program for homeless youth and youth aging out of the Child Welfare System, which accommodates a capacity of 16 residents both male and female in Mercer County.

Malcolm House

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1-973-674-4684
746 McLaughlin Place
Orange, NJ 07050
PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING: Referral must be made through the Division of Child Protection and Permanency (formerly known as DYFS/ the Division of Youth and Family Services).

A pyschiatric residential treatment center for girls between the age of 17 and 21.

Middle Earth Outreach Program

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1-908-725-7223
520 North Bridge Street
Bridgewater, NJ 08807
http://www.middleearthnj.org
Mainly a mentoring program, but also provides the following services:advocacy, case management, counseling, crisis intervention,education support, group activities and trips, information andreferral, life skills education (employment skills, financial, literacy,etc.), outreach to youth and family, recreational activities, respite, and supervision.

Middle Earth SHINE

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1-908-725-7223
520 North Bridge Street
Bridgewater, NJ 08807
http://www.middleearthnj.org
The main purpose of the Somereset -Hunterdon Internship and Employment (S.H.I.N.E) Program is to provide youth with the necessary tools and resources so they can improve their academic success and employment skills to be marketable in the community. The S.H.I.N.E. program connects youth with work based readiness education along with paid internship experiences to prepare them for the workforce. S.H.I.N.E.`s objective is to provide support services and establish long-term relationships with youth to help minimize the challenges they are facing while shaping them to become responsible members of the community. The program will serve those youth ages 17-21, who are low-income based on the 70% lower living standard. Aid in gaining G.E.D. is offered. Youth must reside in Somerset or Hunterdon Counties and must face one or more of the following challenges: basic skills deficient, school dropout, disabled, homeless, runaway or foster child, pregnant or parenting, involved as an offender in the Juvenile Justice System and/or requires additional assistance to complete an educational program or to secure and hold employment. Priority will be given to adjudicated youth and veterans. Necessary documentation will be obtained to determine eligibility of the participants.

My Place Transitional Living Program

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1-908-947-0040
5 Third Avenue
Bridgewater, NJ 08807
http://www.somersethome.org
My Place is a transitional living program for five males, ages 18 to 21, providing the skills needed to live independently. While in residence, they are required to attend school, work part-time, manage their finances and participate in the Pathways independent living program to learn the skills necessary to make the transition to adulthood. After a stay of 18 months, graduates continue to receive services to enable them to lead productive lives.

New Jersey Community Development Corporation

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1-973-413-1616
32 Spruce Street
Paterson, NJ 07501
http://www.njcdc.org
Develop and operate supportive housing for individuals with special needs, including the developmentally disabled, the mentally ill, and youth aging-out of foster care, operate educational programs designed to empower students - including high school and GED candidates - to reach their fullest potential, different workforce development initiatives to help local residents overcome barriers to success and build fulfilling careers.

Passages Transitional Living Program

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1-908-526-6686
16 Fourth Avenue
Bridgewater, NJ 08807-6871
http://www.somersethome.org
PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING: Paid through Division of Child Protection and Permanency (formerly known as DYFS/the Division of Youth and Family Services) and Chafee funding.

Passages is a residential transitional living program that provides intensive independent living skills education. Residents are required to attend school, work part time,and learn financial literacy and other skills to prepare them for independence. After a stay of up to 18 months, graduates continue to receive services to enable them to make a smooth transition into adulthood.

Performcare

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1-877-652-7624
300 Horizon Drive
Suite 306
Robbinsville, NJ 08691
http://www.performcarenj.org
PerformCare serves children between the ages of 5 and 21, living in the state of New Jersey, who have emotional and behavioral challenges. Special consideration is given to children under the age of five. Young adults 18 to 21 are eligible if they youth was actively involved with ChildWelfare, Child Behavioral Health System, or Juvenile Justice at the time of their 18th birth date. Also provided is Mobile Response and Stabilization (MRSS), Case Management Services, Behavioral Assistance(BA), Intensive In-community Services, (IIC), mentoring, out of home placement, and evaluations.

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