New Jersey Parents Caucus, Inc.
The New Jersey Parents' Caucus is desperately in need of a volunteer to help develop an additional website for our organization which is specifically focused on education and training programs for parents raising children with mental health challenges . Our current website includes all of the programs and services we offer but we want to separate out the educational piece-www.newjerseyparentscaucus.org. Currently our website is visited by parents who are seeking referrals and information concerning their children who are struggling with mental health issues and professionals/providers who use our website as a source of information and referral for their clients. We are currently about 6 months delinquent in the programs which should be posted on our website. Any help - long or short term would be appreciated.
About New Jersey Parents Caucus, Inc.
275 Rt 10 East, Suite 220-414, SUccasunna, NJ 07876, US
The New Jersey Parents' Caucus, Inc. is a non-profit, parent-driven organization whose mission is to ensure that every family who has children with special emotional and behavioral challenges is given an opportunity to play a strong and active role in the development and delivery of effective and timely services for their children.
The New Jersey Parents' Caucus is committed to our mission through the provision of programs and services for families raising children with emotional and behavioral challenges who may be involved in the Mental Health, Special Education, DYFS and/or Juvenile Justice system. Our organization is primarily staffed by parents and caregivers, many of them with advanced degrees, as well as a multitude of volunteers who are committed to uplifting families in the state of New Jersey and improving their access to appropriate treatment, services and supports. Our programs include Information and Referral; Community Outreach; Training & Education: Parents' Empowerment Academy - Professional Parent Advocacy Training (6 week educational curriculum for parents, caregivers and professionals serving families); Advocacy services for families struggling in the Mental Health, Special Education, DYFS/child welfare, Juvenile Justice, and Developmental Disabilities arena; Man Talk Fatherhood Educational Initiative for fathers and male caregivers; NJ Youth Justice Initiative for special needs children who are incarcerated as adults; Monthly E-Resources Newsletter; Statewide Youth Group; Families Uplifted Prevention Initiative (OJJDP) for families raising children in at-risk communities; Youth Workforce Development Training Program; Parent Mentoring Program for families involved in the child welfare system and our website www.newjerseyparentscaucus.org