Todd Ouida Children's Foundation currently provides support to the
Provides children in New Jersey with an opportunity to address their emotions with both their natural and adoptive families in a home-like environment while preparing for adoption.
Alliance of Psychoanalytic Schools
An association of preschools with a deep interest in primary prevention and in assisting children facing extra emotional challenges at a formative time in their lives.
for Child Psychoanalysis
Promotes psychoanalytic treatment for children and has instituted a grants
program for families in need.
County Summer Campership Fund
A public-private venture in which children of low-income working families
are given the opportunity to attend summer day camp.
Bergen Rainbow Youth
A social support group providing a safe and welcoming environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning youth, ages 14 – 21.
Week-long camping experience for children who lost a loved one on September
for Food Action in New Jersey
Fights hunger and homelessness with emergency food, housing and utility
assistance, counseling and advocacy.
for Preventive Psychiatry
Provides early intervention and treatment of emotional and
psychiatric disorders in young children, working closely with family,
school and other community resources.
Anxiety Network: Selective Mutism Group
Families and professionals share experiences and knowledge to promote
public awareness, support research and educate about Selective Mutism,
and to speak out for children who can't speak for themselves.
Aid and Family Services
Multiple programs based on the belief that children need nurturing, healthy
families in supportive communities to thrive.
On the front lines of services to New York City's underserved children
and families, providing cutting-edge programs in community centers, camps,
public schools, family courts and even in children's own homes.
FoodBank of New Jersey-Kids Division
Provides meals and snacks to children in after-school and day care programs
around the state through their Kids Cafes, and works to get clothes and
school supplies to the needy through their Kids Closet and SHOPA Kids
in Need Center.
Elaine Clark Center for Exceptional Children
A full service Early Intervention Center providing services for children with special needs in an inclusive environment.
Village Family Shelter
Provides food and shelter for mothers with children and prepares clients
for independent living in their own apartments.
Sends children on visits with volunteer host families through the Friendly
Town program and operates five camps in upstate New York. Also operates
a year-round Career Awareness Program for inner-city youths.
Families of Bergen County
Provides education and support services to new and expectant parents at
risk for child abuse and neglect.
Heifer International Kids 2 Kids
Strives to bring the benefits of goats (high quality milk and prolific breeding) to the world’s poorest children—especially orphans.
Child Care and Development Center
A 60-bed residential treatment facility serving the needs of children
ages 6-12 who are seriously emotionally disturbed as a result of abuse,
neglect, poverty or abandonment. Residential treatment at Holley is based
on intensive therapy.
for Infant and Preschool Mental Health
Provides clinical services for infants/preschool children and their caregivers;
professional training in infant and preschool mental health; and research
opportunities to determine the affects of early intervention on relationships.
Fellowship for the Homeless of Bergen County
Binds together the religious communities of Bergen County to work to alleviate
the plight of homeless and needy people.
Program of Valley Hospice Support groups facilitated by art therapists
for young children and adolescents affected by the death or serious illness
of a loved one.
Juvenile Bipolar Research Foundation
Raises and distributes funds for the most promising research into the causes, treatments and prevention of early-onset bipolar disorder..
Offers low-cost psychoanalytic and psychotherapeutic services and, in
association with the American Institute for Psychoanalysis, provides training
opportunities for advanced mental health professionals.
A national specialty psychiatric and behavioral hospital, offering diagnostic
and treatment programs for children, adolescents, and adults.
York Psychoanalytic Institute Treatment Center
Offers psychoanalytic treatment at sliding scale fees to people who are
otherwise unable to afford such intensive treatment and refers patients
who can benefit from psychoanalysis to candidates who are seeking advanced
training in the practice of psychoanalysis.
A community center and arts provider whose aim is to be accessible to
everyone and provide the healing and education that can only be found
in expressing oneself through art making. Provides scholarships and tour
programs for at-risk youth.
Therapeutic Learning Center
Provides early intervention to children ages 3 to 6 years old who experience emotional difficulties.
Fund for UNICEF
Promotes the survival, protection, and development of all children worldwide
through fundraising, advocacy, and education.
University of Michigan Depression Center
Develops, disseminates, and advances state-of-the-art science, education, treatment and prevention strategies for clinical depression.