Programs

Plaid House Group Home

The program provides an opportunity for residents to learn and grow through daily living experiences. Treatment plans are individualized for each child to take into account their diverse needs.

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Thenen House

Thenen House is a supervised transitional living program which offers five girls the opportunity to practice independent living skills in a supportive environment. All residents are required to be involved in a full-time program which includes education and employment. Residents are expected to participate in taking care of the house and share the chores including cooking dinner each night.

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Aftercare Program

The goal of the Aftercare Program is to help adolescent males and females make successful transitions to the community from out of home placement. The program provides counseling to Division of Youth and Family Services (DYFS) adolescents who are being discharged into the community from residential placements or foster care.

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Aging Out Program

The goal of the Aging Out Program is to provide life skills training to prepare Division of Youth and Family Services (DYFS) teenagers for independence. Participants in the program are male and female, ages 15-21, who are under DYFS supervision and in out of home placement. The program serves clients from Morris, Warren and Sussex counties.

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