Each day YCS provides services to thousands of New Jersey families who have children, birth – adulthood, with special needs. Some of the children at our group homes are separated from their loved ones and have been affected by trauma, others are affected by intellectual and developmental disabilities that adversely affect their behavior. Many families receive the intensive in-home and community support that enables their families to stay together. Whatever the need, the caring YCS staff is prepared to offer individualized educational, mental health and/or behavioral health programming. With your support, we can help every individual find hope, and cultivate strength and resilience for a brighter future.
Contact us and we will promptly refer you to the program that addresses the specific needs of your child.
The unprecedented reality of the Coronavirus Pandemic, COVID-19, continues to rapidly evolve, affecting the daily lives of everyone. The impact of this health crisis has served to function as a reminder of the intricate and important connections involved in our daily lives. For over 100 years, YCS has been committed to providing behavioral and mental health services and support to vulnerable children and families throughout the state of New Jersey. These uncertain times are no different. Continue reading