Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC)
If you worked in 2022 and earned less than $60,000, you may qualify to receive a credit of up to $6,935 on your federal taxes and up to $2,774 on your NJ state taxes. See if You Are Eligible!Learn More
Welcome to the Division of Family Development
The Division of Family Development (DFD) is the state agency that supervises four programs that support New Jersey Families. Use the links below to navigate to the service you are looking for.
The Child Care Assistance Program can help lower-income families who are working, in training or in school, or a combination of these activities to pay a portion of their child care.Get help paying for, or finding, child care in NJ
The New Jersey Child Support Program helps establish and enforce child support orders, locate parents, establish paternity, and provide options for paying support.Learn more about Child Support
NJ SNAP is the food assistance program that helps low-income individuals and families buy the groceries needed to eat healthy.
WFNJ provides temporary cash assistance and many other support services through the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) program for families and General Assistance (GA) for single adults and couples without children.Learn more about WFNJ cash assistance
This institution is an equal opportunity provider
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