Partnership for Children of Essex
Sunday, November 29, 2015
A Pathway for Hope
Every Family Has A Story… Welcome to Ours… The Partnership for Children of Essex (PCE) is a non-profit organization dedicated to creating a pathway for hope and improving the quality of life for youth and their families.

PCE uses a Wraparound model of care to design, implement, and manage Individual Service Plans (ISPs) that are specific to a child and family's individual strengths and complex needs.  These ISPs are developed by using a Child and Family Team process.  While PCE assists youth and families with many aspects of their lives, our specialty is assisting families to develop effective strategies to manage their child's emotional and behavioral challenges. 

The Wraparound  model of care is an approach to helping youth and their families that is family friendly and community based.  Emphasis is placed on the strengths of the child, family, and community. A primary goal of PCE is to develop creative individualized service plans that help keep youth at home, in school, and out of trouble.



 Working in partnership with children, families, and the community, the Partnership for Children of Essex (PCE) will create a pathway for hope and improve the quality of life for children and their families in Essex County.


PCE is devoted to creating and sustaining a positive work environment that promotes teamwork, creativity, and leadership that encourages both personal growth and development.  Utilizing our Wraparound Model of Care, we will instill hope and empower the people we serve.  Through our commitment to quality services we will excel as leaders in our field.


Click here to learn more about our mission, values, and guiding principles   



PCE Community Resource Directory





 To access PCE services and other child behavioral

health services in New Jersey please call:


Or 1-877-652-7624

(If you are already receiving services

from PCE, please call us directly.)









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