The staff of NJDCF faces tough choices every day. They are responsible for serving and safeguarding the most vulnerable children and families in their state, ensuring protection, permanency and well-being.
Like other child welfare agencies across the nation, their tasks at times can seem overwhelming. Many of us have seen first-hand how homelessness, parental substance use and unattended mental health issues devastate children, and can lead to family separation.
Research shows such circumstances and poor outcomes tend to occur across generations and leave indelible marks on those who suffer through the traumas.
Funding proposals are due by Friday, May 22, 2015.
Click here to learn more about New Jersey’s RFP for KFT.