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Important Information and Community Resources- CCCS works with parents, community, business, and government. CCCS supports families and child care educators in finding services that help meet their needs.

Child Advocacy Sites





Statewide & National




Statewide & National Resources

 • NJ Education Homeless Liaison

• Child Care of NJ

Division of Family Development – provides financial aid and support


•  Family Child Care Association Instilling Tolerance & Hope 

• Grow NJ Kids

• Head Start Early Childhood Learning & Knowledge Center

• License Child Care Center Explorer

• Military Child Education Coalition (MCEC)

• National Association for Bilingual Education (NABE)

• NJ Association of Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies 

• NJ Association for the Education of Young Children

NJ Community Resources – a source for online information for NJ residents

NJ Family Care – provides NJ residents access to affordable health insurance 

• NJ Family Child Care Providers’ Association

NJ Helps – a “one-stop” shopping resource for NJ residents

NJ Parent Link – highlights NJ State services and resources


NJ 211- Whether struggling with a personal challenge or recovering from a natural disaster, NJ 211 provides connections to services; service is free, confidential, multilingual and always open 24/7/365. Three easy ways to connect: Dial 2-1-1; text your zip code to 898-211; or chat online

• Office of Licensing

• Prevent Child Abuse NJ

• State of New Jersey  Department of Children and Families

• State of New Jersey Department of Human Services

• Statewide Network for New Jersey’s Afterschool Communities

• Statewide Parent Advocacy Network


Statewide list of Child Care Resource & Referral Agencies  

• World Organization for Early Childhood Education (OMEP-USA)

• Zero To Three

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Financial Resources

The American Recovery and Reinvestment/FEMA Fund for Middlesex County Residents may be able to help with rent or mortgage, first month’s rent, security deposits and utility assistance. To see if you qualify for assistance, please call (732) 826-6278 for eligibility requirements. 


Children's Catastrophic Illness Relief Fund- Financial help for families overwhelmed by a child's medical bills 

New Covid FHA Borrower information 

NJ Financial Assistance Resources 

NJ Housing Resource Center- For accessible and affordable housing


NJ Shares – a statewide energy fund 

SNAP- Federal benefit program which helps eligible working and non-working low income individuals and families pay for food.

WIC Program-Nutrition program which provides nutritious foods to supplement the diets of pregnant, breast feeding, or post-partum women, as well as children up to the age of five. 

General Financial Assistance:

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