Funding for the SCHS Case Management Units

SCHS CMUs receives funding from the Title V Maternal Child Health Services Block Grant 

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Backed by State Statutes

You can view applicable state statutes in the County Care and Treatment Act for Children and Youth with Special Health Care needs.

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Case Management Units

Program Description

Each of New Jersey’s 21 counties maintains a Special Child Health Services (SCHS) Case Management Unit (CMU). These programs are funded by the New Jersey Department of Health and each county’s Board of Commissioners. Their mission is to promote access to preventative and primary care for children and youth with special health care needs from birth up until their 22nd birthday.


The goal of SCHSCM is to provide comprehensive, coordinated, culturally competent case management services for families with CYSHCN.

To look at a list of the CMUs in each county, please visit our contacts page.

State Administrator Contact

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

Last Reviewed: 2/27/2024