Skip to main navigationSkip to News Headlines
Global Navigation
Office of The Attorney General
The State of New Jersey Office of The Attorney General (Dept. of Law & Public Safety) The State of New Jersey NJ Home Services A to Z Departments/Agencies OAG Frequently Asked Questions
OAG Home
OAG Home OAG Contact
Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control
Division of Consumer Affairs
Division of Criminal Justice
Division on Civil Rights
Division of Gaming Enforcement
Division of Highway Traffic Safety
Division of Law
Juvenile Justice Commission
JJC Facilities
Moving Through The Juvenile Justice Commission Parole
JJC Specialized Needs Services
JJC Gang Awareness
Prevention & Early Intervention
NJ Racing Commission
State Athletic Control Board
Division of NJ State Police
Victims of Crime Compensation Board
OPRA - Open Public Records Act
Juvenile Justice Commission
Juvenile Justice Commission
  Community Programs  
 
Residential Community Homes List
Day Programs List
 
  Residential Community Homes  
 

Ocean Residential Community Home

 
  1 Game Farm Road
Forked River, NJ
Superintendent: Carl Jones
Phone: 609-693-5498
Fax: 609-6931854
 
  Ocean Residential Community Home provides services for 18 male juvenile offenders with special needs and co-occurring mental health disorders. The residential program serves committed youth ages of 14 to 20 from the New Jersey Training School that have the been assessed and approved to participate in residential living. The length of stay in the residential facility is based on their level of commitment and is generally four (4) to twelve (12) months.  
  Priority is given to those youth identified as seriously emotionally disturbed, socially impaired or otherwise vulnerable within the commission’s other programs and institutions.  
  The youth placed at Ocean Residential Community Home have been identified as appropriate for the least restrictive environment to help develop more effective pro-social coping skills in preparation for their re-entry back into their community. All candidates are screened and referred through the Juvenile Justice Commission’s Classification Committee. Residents receive individual psychotherapy and group counseling to address their mental health deficits.  
  Ocean Residential Community Home utilizes an integrated model of treatment using the New Freedom curriculum and the Phoenix curriculum as part of the treatment experience.  
  Educational, career and technical programs are integral components to the treatment experience. Through an Individual Educational Plan (IEP) for classified residents and an Individual Program Plan (IPP) for unclassified residents, students receive a minimum four (4) hours of academic instruction per day. Diversified career and technical programs are also available to students.  
  Community service and involvement is also an important aspect of the program. Residents are encouraged to give back to the community by volunteering at the local food bank and donating time to local church organizations.
 
  Ocean Residential Community Home works cooperatively with local academic institutions, the judiciary, the Division of Motor Vehicles as well as other agencies to improve re-entry back into their communities.  
 

 

 
Office of the Attorney General Homepage JJC Executive Director's Biography
JJC Executive Director's Biography
JJC Home About JJC
Contact JJC JJC Grants
JJC News JJC Policies
JJC Employment JJC Calendar
Proposed Rules JJC Programs
JJC Offices and  Units JJC Services from A to Z
JJC Library / Reports / Forms
JJC Boards / Committees / Councils
Highlights
General Career Opportunities
Correction Officer Opportunities
Gang Awareness Initiative
Moving Through the JJC System
NJ Sex Offender Registry
   
Contact Us | Privacy Notice | Legal Statement | Accessibility Statement
NJ Home Logo
Commission: JJC Home | Contact JJC | About JJC | JJC News | JJC Grants | JJC Employment
Departmental: OAG Home | Contact OAG | About OAG | OAG News | OAG FAQs
Statewide: NJ Home | Services A to Z | Departments/Agencies | FAQs
Copyright © State of New Jersey
This page is maintained by OAG Communications. Comments/Questions: email or call 609-292-4925