Off Campus Barnert/Center of Parent Education (COPE)680 BroadwayPaterson, NJ 07514Phone: (973) 977-6661www.barnerthosp.comHours: 9 am - 4:30 pm; also some evenings and some weekendsArea Served: Passaic CountyEligibility: Parents referred by NJ Div. of Youth and Family Services.Fees Charged: None Evaluation, group treatment, and parenting skills training for parents involved or at risk of involvement in child abuse or neglect. Parents Anonymous/Parent Groups127 Route 206Suite 10Hamilton, NJ 08618-4300800-843-5437www.pa-of-nj.orgHours: 24 hours, 7 days a week (hotline)Area Served: New JerseyEligibility: NoneFees Charged: NoneProvides self-help groups for parents under stress. 47 locations throughout New Jersey. Also available are parent materials, parent workshops, training for professionals, resource library, and volunteer service program. Parents Anonymous also sponsors HOPES (Healing Ourselves Physically, Emotionally, and Spiritually), self-help for adult survivors of any form of child abuse (call 800# for meeting locations). Division of Youth and Family Services2 Market StreetPaterson, NJ 07501Phone: 1-877-NJ ABUSEHours: 9 am - 5 pm, Mon - Fri.Area Served: New JerseyEligibility: Children under 18 years old who have been abused or neglectedFees Charged: None Handles child abuse and neglect. DYFS works with family by providing case management service, foster care, group home and residential placements, camps etc. DYFS provides day care services to keep family together. Casework counseling is also available. Prevent Child Abuse-NJ35 Halsy Street, Suite 300Newark, NJ 07102-3031Phone: (800) 244-5373www.preventchildabusenj.orgHours: 9 am - 5 pm, Mon - FriArea Served: New JerseyFees Charged: None Part of a nationwide network dedicated to the prevention of child abuse. Projects aim to provide parenting education and support. The Every Person Influences Children Program (EPIC) offers parenting workshops. Other programs target at-risk or overburden families which include single, isolated parents, teen parents, and low-income families among other factors. Programs also include home visitation (Healthy Families and Parents as Teachers) as well as mentoring teens and teen parents (Parent Linking Project).