During the 2020 holiday season, Circle of Care Staff collected, sorted, bagged, and delivered Thanksgiving meals and groceries for 200 families.
Jessie truly does go the extra mile every day, whether it’s leading a hike at Garret Mountain with COC staff or offering to pick up a missing youth who needs a way home on a Friday night.
Cynthia Heller, LCSW, is Circle of Care’s new Chief Executive Officer as of October 2019. Cynthia served as Chief Operating Officer for COC for 11 years before becoming CEO.
Check out Passaic ResourceNet, Passaic County’s online hub for searchable resources, programs, events, webinars, clinical services, and supports geared toward family health and wellbeing.
Circle of Care has increased in numbers over the years both in youth and staff. Growing out of our space, COC extended it’s floor space to include an additional 4 meeting rooms and a Conference room that seats 120.
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[…]
“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[…]