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We offer various ways to contact us, via phone,email, or online form. Feel free to use any of them or visit us at our office location all provided below.

Home-Based Services

Want to receive services from Allies in Caring?  Here is how! 

1. Call  NJ Child Behavioral Health Services/PerformCare to request service at  877-652-7624 

2. Give required info regarding your child’s/client’s needs 

3. Request  Allies in Caring to come out and complete a Strengths/Needs Assessment and make recommendations 

4. Call  Allies in Caring at  609-561-8400  to advise us that a request for service has been made 

5. Interview  or Initial assessment will be scheduled and conducted by a certified therapist/clinician 

6. In-Home/Community Service  will begin, once services are authorized (Process can take up to 2 weeks) 

Services we offer

Intensive In-Community

Is a needs based and goal oriented intervention that helps tackle emotional and behavioral challenges of youth. With IIC services, youth can experience symptom reduction and develop skills. The overall goal of IIC is to restore and/or maintain the youth’s functions. Some other things that can be accomplished with IIC are; 

  • The improvement of family dynamics 

  • Preventing and/or reducing the need for higher intensity treatment 

  • Preventing and/or reducing the need and/or future risk for hospitalization or out of home treatment.  

  • Maintaining youth’s current residence. 

  • Easing the transition from out-of-home.


     

Individual Support Services

A form of services that are implemented in order to aide youth in achieving, possessing and improving adaptation skills needed to function successfully in a home and/or community environment. These services are self-care driven and focus on habilitative related exercises led by and/or supervised by a service provider in the youth’s home, home of youth’s relative or other community-based location. Some of the services that can be provided through ISS are;  

  • The aide of building upon functioning skills and communication skills  

  • The instruction of daily life activities such as/but not limited to. 






     

  • Meal planning and prepping  

  • Managing finances  

  • Shopping for essential items (clothing, food, etc.)  

  • Performing essential household chores  

  • Communication by phone etc.  

  • Participating in community-based activities  

•  All of these serving the purpose to better the youth’s quality of life.   

Intensive In-Home

Is a multitude of rehabilitation and/or habilitation services performed face-to-face by a clinically licensed or certified practitioner. These types of services are short term and are designed for youth going through long term mental illness or youth having experienced an acute episode of physical or mental disability. This service can be put into place in order to aide youth in being able to function at their best. Some other things that can be accomplished with IIH are;   

  • Aide the stabilization of behaviors that connect with the crisis.

  • The prevention and/or reduction for the need of inpatient hospitalization.

  • The prevention of residence change.

  • The prevention of the youth needing out-of-home living arrangements.  

Respite

  • Respite Services are in-home, community-based services for children and youth under age 21 diagnosed with developmental disabilities. 

  • Caring for fragile children can become a very difficult and stressful task for a caregiver. Allies in Caring offers this supportive service so that families have an opportunity to take a break from their normal caregiving activities.   

  • This aides in reducing tension and burnout at home by allowing caregivers to go out to social events, engage in selfcare or simply stay at home and relax while someone is providing the care for them