Amazing Grace Early Education Center

Where Learning Begins - 856-294-5433

PerformCare-


Helping Families Across NJ


PerformCare is the single point of entry for the NJ Children's System of Care.  Help is available for children, adolescents, and young adults (up to age 21) seeking behavioral health, intellectual/developmental disability, or certain substance use treatment services.


Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week - 1-877-652-7624

Families can also visit PerformCare's website at www.performcarenj.org


Families should call if their child's behavior has changed or if they are overwhelmed by challenges at home or in the community.  Some common reasons to call PerformCare include:


  • Depression and/or anxiety.
  • Bullying or being bullied.
  • Physical or verbal aggression.
  • Intellectual/developmental disabilities.

  • Substance use.
  • Inattention or hyperactivity.
  • Oppositional or defiant behavior.
  • Grief from major trauma.
  • Concerns from teachers.


Community Resources

This is a community resource guide for any services for all families in Salem County, NJ.

http://www.salemcountynj.gov/?wpfb_dl=935 

Salem County Council for Young Children

Helping People * Changing Lives * Gateway to Success  "Our mission is to improve the quality of life and promote self-sufficiency."

http://www.nj.gov/education/ece/njcyc/county/sal/

Teachers and Parents can also find a copy of the NJ Birth to Three Early Learning Standards on this website.  Just click on the link above and then there is a tab to the left called "NJ Birth to Three Early Learning Standards." 

 

For information about SCCYC Meetings and events contact: Shantay Clark, Project Cordinator,

609-364-0017.

Birth to Five, Watch Me Thrive!

Every Child a Reader

EVERY CHILD A READER supports all those who inspire children and teens toenjoy reading — thousands of parents, educators, librarians and booksellersacross Americayear-round as well as through our popular and long-running national programs: 

http://www.everychildareader.net/