On Campus Child Development CenterWilliam Paterson University, Hunziker WingWayne, NJ 07470Phone: 973-720-2529http://ww2.wpunj.edu/childcare_center/Hours: M-F 7:45-5:00Area Served: William PatersonEligibility: All Faculty and StaffFees Charged: Call for rate schedule. Provides child care for students, faculty, and staff up to five times a week with extended hours.Off Campus Families First, Inc/Positive Parenting1606 B Union Valley Rd.West Milford, NJ 07480Phone: (973) 657-1887Email: email@example.comHours: M-F 9-5Area Served: Northern New JerseyEligibility: None Provides group and individualized training to parents, guardians, and others responsible for raising and care of children, regardless of their ability to pay. Provides family support for those struggling with substance abuse, and provides the community with positive and practical child rearing applications. Also provides corporate training and also provides continuing staff development each year as a licensing requirement for day cares and pre- schools. March of Dimes/Community Health EducationPO Box 642, 55 Route 46 EastPine Brook, NJ 07058-0642Phone: (973) 882-0700Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgHours: 9 am - 5 pm, Mon - FriArea Served: Northern New JerseyEligibility: No restrictionsFees Charged: None Information and free materials on prenatal care, maternity and pregnancy issues, birth defects, genetics, and parental bereavement. Community education is aimed at schools, professionals, community groups, and the general public. Free loan of audiovisuals is available as are speakers on topics such as prenatal care, genetics, and birth defects. 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. 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). Child & Family Resources/Child Care Resource & Referral111 Howard Boulevard, Suite 201Mount Arlington, NJ 07856Phone: (973) 398-1730Email: email@example.comHours: M-F 9-4Area Served: Northern New Jersey and Morris CountyEligibility: No restrictionsFees Charged: None Maintains a database on all Morris County child care programs including centers, school-age programs, camps, family child care programs, nursery schools, and special needs programs; provides child care referrals and counseling to parents regarding quality child care; offers consultation/training/;technical assistance to parents Community Coordinated Child Care (CCCC)225 Long Ave., Building #15Hillside, NJ 07205Phone: 973-923-1433www.ccccunion.orgHours: M-F 9:00 am - 5:00 pmArea Served: UnionEligibility: No restrictionsFees Charged: Call for more information Provides free resource and referral services for parents seeking child care, recruits and trains family child care providers, conducts workshops and educational programs for child care staff and parents. Coordinates a variety of programs involving children and child care. Free referrals to licensed child care centers and registered family child care homes. Early childhood and parenting skills training, child care start up and needs assessment, coordination of a variety of programs involving children and child care such as WorkFirst New Jersey, Family Childcare Registration, NJ Cares for Kids, CDA and Corporate child care referral services. North Jersey 4Cs/Parent Resource and Referral101 Oliver StreetPaterson, NJ 07501Phone: (973) 684-1904Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgHours: 7 am - 7 pm, Mon, Wed; 8 am - 5 pm, Tue, Thu, Fri; 9 am - Noon, SatArea Served: Passaic County and Northern New JerseyEligibility: Passaic County residents needing child care. Financial aid varies according to incomeFees Charged: None Offers counseling to parents on child care options, linkage to child care services, and information on available financial aid. Girls and Boys Town National Hotline13940 Gutowski Rd.Boys Town, NE 68010-7535Phone: (800) 448-3000, (800) 448-1833 TDDEmail: email@example.comHours: 24 hours, 7 days a weekArea Served: USFees Charged: None Highly trained counselors provides short term crisis counseling, referral to local resources, and emergency intervention as needed. Problems dealt with include family conflicts, suicide, pregnancy, abuse, running away, and alcohol/drug abuse. Provided by Father Flanagan's Boy's Home. Brochures available. MADD/Victim Assistance1 Madison Ave.Morristown, NJ 07960Phone: (973) 538-3888Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgHours: Contact organization for schedule.Area Served: Morris and Passaic CountiesEligibility: Must be the victim of a drunk driver or the surviving family of a victim; convicted offenders attend Victim Impact Panels.Fees Charged: None The victim's roundtable is held to share experiences, grief, and anger as well as to offer support. MADD also offers physical support by attending trials and hearings with victims and advising them of their rights to be informed and to participate. Also holds Victim Impact Panels that convicted drunk driving offenders must attend as mandated by the court. Rutgers Cooperative/Passaic/Expanded Food & Nutrition Education309 Pennsylvania Ave.Paterson, NJ 07503Phone: (973) 305-5742Email: email@example.comHours: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm, Mon - FriArea Served: Passaic and Paterson residentsEligibility: NoneFees Charged: None EFNEP helps families, youth, and adolescents acquire the knowledge, skills, attitudes, and changed behavior necessary for nutritionally sound diets and the improvement of the total family's diet and nutritional welfare. Center for Family Services/Family Healthline251 South Delsea DriveGlassboro, NJ 08028Phone: 800-328-3838Area Served: New JerseyEligibility: Callers looking for referrals for Family Health Issues, i.e., WIC, Family Planning, Prenatal CareFees Charged: None 24-hour hotline that supplies information and referrals to agencies providing family health services to NJ residents (WIC, child health clinics, family planning clinics, etc). Addresses all maternal and child health care needs. National Adoption Center1500 Walnut Street, Suite 701Philadelphia, PA 19102Phone: (800) 862-3678 (800)-TO-ADOPTEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgHours: 9 am - 5 pm, Mon - Fri; voice mail, after hoursArea Served: All AreasExpands adoption opportunities for children with special needs and children from minority cultures. Special needs children include those who are older or brothers/sisters who need homes together. Many have emotional, mental, or physical disabilities.