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County Human Service Advisory Councils are county-based planning, advisory, and coordinating organizations dedicated to helping the community meet its human services needs. Human Service Advisory Councils seek to facilitate, and enhance the delivery of human services through collaborative relationships across the county, and between counties and State agencies
Regional Diagnostic Treatment Centers offer a comprehensive program for the evaluation, treatment, and prevention of physical and emotional injuries caused by child physical and sexual abuse, as well as neglect. Specially trained doctors, nurses, psychologists, and social workers work with children in a comforting setting. New Jersey has four state-designated centers for the treatment and prevention of child abuse.
County Human Services Departments provides services in support of individuals and families. Such services may include programs for child care, mental health, substance abuse, domestic violence, disabilities and transportation assistance.
Child Advocacy Centers are county-based centers that offer a multidisciplinary approach in providing comprehensive, culturally competent child abuse prevention, intervention and treatment services to children who are victims of child abuse or neglect.
Children's Interagency Coordinating Councils (CIACCs) are entities that foster cross-system service planning for children with behavioral health problems.
CIACCs serve as the mechanism to develop and maintain a responsive, accessible and integrated system of care for children with special social and emotional needs and their families, through the involvement of parents, consumers, youth and child serving agencies as partners.