The Role We Play
We will provide you with information, give you referral options, and help to link you to publicly funded community services for youth at risk. With oversight of the Freeholder appointed Youth Services Advisory Board, we also act as service system and client advocates when needed.
The Morris County Board of Chosen Freeholders and New Jersey Juvenile Justice Commission provide funding for many community based services.
Call 973-285-6850 if you need assistance.
- Child Support and Paternity
- Cyberbullying and Sexting Workshop
- Division of Child Protection and Permanency (CP&P; formerly DYFS)
- Juvenile Detention Center
- Juvenile Firesetter Prevention Program
- Mental Health
- NJ Children's System of Care (formerly the Division of Child Behavioral Health Services)
- NJ Department of Children and Families
- NJ Juvenile Justice Commission
- Short-Term Rehab
- State Office of Special Education
- Youth Shelter
Child Support and Paternity (CSP)
Promotes financial and medical security for all New Jersey children in need of support. For the general public, it helps to locate non-custodial parents and to review all existing child support orders. Together with Family Court, it provides for genetic testing in all contested paternity matters. For TANF and AFDC Medicaid applicants, cooperation with CSP is required as a first step for eligibility unless the applicant is a victim of domestic violence. CSP provides a full range of services including establishing paternity, locating absent parents, establishing support orders, making information available to consumer credit agencies regarding delinquent parents, and the imposition of liens against real and personal property. It also provides genetic testing, and complaint initiation in local and out-of-State courts. Collection and enforcement of established orders are referred to the appropriate County Probation Department.
Cyberbullying and Sexting
Family Intervention Services is offering an informational workshop on cyberbullying and sexting. Parents and youth will learn about all aspects of cyberbullying and sexting including the legal and social consequences of both. Facilitators will utilize a family systems approach and psycho-education to address these topics. The workshops will consist of 2 one hour and a half sessions. Both parent and child will attend the first hour and a half session on the first night and on the second night, the sessions will run concurrently with separate groups for the parent and child.
Where: Family Intervention Services
20 Vanderhoof Avenue
Rockaway, NJ 07866
When: TBD for 2015
Time: 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Fee: $100.00 for both sessions
Juvenile Firesetter Prevention Program
The Morris County Juvenile Firesetter Program is available to all Morris County children and adolescents under 18 years of age.
Goals include providing fire safety to all children, adolescents and adults, coordinating a multi-disciplinary program that addresses the multi-faceted problem of juvenile firesetting, decreasing the number of incidents of new fire-sets, reducing the risk of recidivism and to provide a safer community.