IT Hero Award – Quality Assurance & Performance Improvement Team

New Jersey Association of Mental Health & Addiction Agencies (NJAMHAA) and its Information Technology (IT) Project were proud to present IT Hero Awards during the 2019 IT Conference, Get Smart: Be in Control and Combat KAOS. Circle of Care for Families & Children of Passaic County, Inc. was honored with the IT Hero Award for Read more about IT Hero Award – Quality Assurance & Performance Improvement Team[…]

Circle of Care Kicks off Healthy Bodies Healthy Minds 2016

In celebration of Mental Health Awareness Month, Circle of Care’s Resource Departments kicked off the 7th Annual Healthy Bodies Healthy Minds Walk to be held on June 4th, 2016 at Union City High School in co-sponsorship with Hudson Partnership CMO. The event aims to reduce the stigma of mental illness for youth and families. Some Read more about Circle of Care Kicks off Healthy Bodies Healthy Minds 2016[…]

AVAILABILITY OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FUNDS

Request for Proposals 2016 Community Resource Development & Expansion Circle of Care for Families and Children of Passaic County, Inc. as part of New Jersey’s Division of Children’s System of Care (DCSC), is committed to developing and expanding additional community resources to meet the needs of children and families in Passaic County. Our mission is Read more about AVAILABILITY OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FUNDS[…]

New Jersey Business and Industry Association Award

Circle of Care was awarded the New Jersey Business and Industry Association “Business Expansion” 2013 award at a dinner on October 16th. This award is presented to companies that have contributed to the State’s economic growth through the expansion of their businesses.  The NJBIA Awards for Excellence annually honors a select group of companies whose Read more about New Jersey Business and Industry Association Award[…]

DCF: Building a Better Tomorrow Together by New Jersey DCF

“We help displaced homemakers develop skills to find work in today’s job market.  Our Children’s System of Care helps children and youth with intellectual/developmental disabilities and substance use disorder.  Project Teach educates young mothers pursuing a high school diploma.  Our Family Success Centers are valuable resources for families in their own neighborhoods. If you know Read more about DCF: Building a Better Tomorrow Together by New Jersey DCF[…]

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