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Children and Family Services

Healthy Families

Program Director: Annette Burton

732-367-4700 ext.6127


The Healthy Families Program is a home visitation service that offers hands-on parenting support for pregnant and newly parenting families.  Services include weekly visits, infant screening, connections to community and healthcare services, and other types of support.

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A Healthy Head Start

for new parents

The Healthy Families program helps parents and families build positive relationships with each other. They offer helpful and culturally respectful support services, including in-home and group sessions, to teach expectant and new parents important skills that will help them create lasting connections with their children. The program focuses on ensuring a healthy pregnancy, enhancing child and family well-being, teaching child development, encouraging school readiness, and promoting family self-sufficiency.

Get The Help You Need

Make The Call

Call us at 732-367-4700 x6127. We will discuss the services available to you through our Healthy Families program.

Get A Referral

The Connecting NJ Referral Form is necessary and should be completed by the provider making the referral or the individual interested in services. Check the Home Visiting Box on the form.

What Happens Next?

Referrals are screened for eligibility for program enrollment. When appropriate, services will begin.

Benefits to Families

Strengthening Families and Our Communities

The Healthy Families program plays a vital role as a community resource by providing comprehensive support and services to families, empowering them to build strong foundations and improve their overall quality of life. Benefits include:

Parents also have the opportunity to share their experiences with other families experiencing issues similar to their own.

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We're Here To Help

Preferred Behavioral Health Group provides multiple youth and adult services to address emotional, mental, and behavioral health issues. However, some situations require different services. If your child is experiencing life-threatening danger or the immediate risk of harming themselves, you must take them to the nearest emergency room or dial 911 for immediate assistance.