Biopsychosocial Needs Assessments (BPS):

BPS Assessments are completed for youth who are entering the New Jersey Children’s System of Care.  This assessment determines the most appropriate treatment recommendation for young people seeking services.  BPS assessments are completed by a licensed clinician.

Intensive In-Community Services (IIC): 

This program is offered to young people who have been diagnosed with a developmental disability, but are not currently determined eligible to receive services by the Division of Developmental Disabilities. IIC services are offered by a licensed clinician with the aim of addressing the emotional needs of a young person who has been diagnosed with a developmental disability. 

Intensive In-Home Clinical & Therapeutic Services (IIH): 

This unique clinical program was designed to address the emotional needs of a young person who has been diagnosed with a developmental disability.  IIH services are offered by a licensed clinician who has been approved by the NJ Children’s System of Care.  IIH program participants must be determined eligible to receive services by the Division of Developmental Disabilities prior to enrollment.

We are thrilled to offer advanced clinical and therapeutic services to young people between the ages of 4-20 who living with a developmental disability.  All clinical services are offered within the privacy of the home and community where the youth resides.  We aim to offer an individualized perspective to promote growth and resilience.