This section of our website is designed for parents and caregivers. The following pages contain links to information provided by PCE and links to other internet sites you may find useful. Please review the information here and if you have any questions or cannot find the information you need, feel free to call us directly or fill out the comments and questions form below.
The National Family Voice for Children’s Mental Health. Our voice speaks through policy, technical assistance and training.
"The Nation's Voice on Mental Illness"
New Jersey Department of Human Services - Division of Child Behavioral Health Services. (Formerly the NJ Partnership for Children)
The mission of the New Jersey Self-Help Group Clearinghouse is to increase the awareness, utilization, development and understanding of mutual aid self-help groups to help reduce emotional suffering and isolation
"Helping Parents Help Their Children"
The Mission of the Statewide Parent Advocacy Network is to empower families and inform and involve professionals and other individuals interested in the healthy development and educational rights of children. Through this collaboration, all children will become fully participating and contributing members of our communities and society.
U.S. Department of Education - Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services "Especially for Parents"
Links to the best sites about infants, children, and teens supported by the William T. Grant Foundation
Facts for Families and Other Resources
Working to improve mental health through biomedical research on mind, brain, and behavior
NJ attractions and information for kids.
This link is for a brochure on the Kinship Navigator Program. To get more information on Kinship supports, call 1-877-816-3211.
Hotlines available through New Jersey's Department of Human Services.
In-depth & timely education & healthcare information that will make a difference in the lives of parents & children.
The Association for Children (ACNJ) is New Jersey foremost child advocacy organization. For the past 25 years, ACNJ has been hard at work, making every child count...
An informative article from the Juvenile Justice Bulletin newsletter.
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