Standing Meetings 2011:
About Child Behavior Health Services:
New Jersey DCBHS Overview
The Children’s Interagency Coordinating Council (CIACC) advises county government and the New Jersey Department of Children and Families about local needs. As such, the CIACC serves as the mechanism that advocates for a responsive, accessible and integrated system of care for children, ages 0 to 18 years, who are challenged by an emotional and/or behavioral diagnosis and their families and for young adults, ages 18 to 21 years, who are moving to the adult system.
CIACC Family Advisory Committee meets quarterly in the evening at the office of the Family Support Organization of Bergen County in Fair Lawn . Members draw on their experience with child behavioral health services to advise the CIACC in its role of advocating for local services and needs. For more information, call the CIACC Office (201-634-2750) or the Family Support Organization of Bergen County (201-796-6209, ext. 102).
CIACC School and Community Liaison Initiative brings together designated representatives from
Needs Assessment: CIACC conducts an annual needs assessment to determine gaps and barriers in children’s services and advise local and state government regarding these. Please use the Needs Assessment link to contribute your experience as a family member, former consumer of children's services, or provider.
For more information on Mental Health Serives,
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