This program is part of

Maternal Child Health Core Outcomes

Programs through FCCS serve as constructs and supports for New Jersey’s efforts to address the Six Maternal Child Health Bureau Core Outcomes for CYSHCN 

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Special Needs

Family Centered Care Services (FCCS)


Program Description

New Jersey is committed to assisting families experiencing complex, long-term medical and developmental disabilities by helping them navigate systems of care. The FCCS program promotes access to care through early identification, referral to community-based, culturally competent services, and follow-up for Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs (CYSHCN) from birth to early adulthood.

Services and Supports

Services and supports provided through FCCS include:

  • Special Child Health Services Case Management Units (SCHS CMU): Resource and referral services for families of CYSHCN ages birth through 21 years
  • Fee-For-Service Program: Financial Assistance for Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs ages birth through 21 years
  • Ryan White Part D, Family Centered HIV Care Network (RWPD): Infants birth to 2 years exposed to or with HIV, Children and Youth ages 2 through 24 years with HIV, low-income women (25 years and older) with HIV
  • Specialized Pediatric Services Program: Pediatric specialty and sub-specialty services to families with CYSHCN

State Administrator Contact

Kourtney Pulliam, MPH
Interim Program Manager
Division of Family Health Services
Special Child Health Services-FCCS
P.O Box 364
Trenton, New Jersey 08625-0364
Phone: (609)-777-7778




Last Reviewed: 3/5/2024