Project99 was founded in 2004 by Zachary Simmons-Glover and the late Patrick Pasteur. They have dedicated their lives to developing innovative programs and services that would bring change to disadvantaged communities.
Project99 provides child-centered and family focused Intensive In-Community and Behavioral Assistant Services to children and families across the State of New Jersey. Services are primarily rendered to males and females between the ages of five and eighteen with emotional and behavioral challenges. Project99`s counseling services are designed to strengthen the family unit and improve the youth`s functioning in his/her natural environment. Our goal is to enhance the quality of life in communities by providing culturally competent services that empower children and families.
Intensive In-Community Services (IIC)
Intensive In-Community Services are flexible, multi-purpose, in-home/community clinical support services for parents/caregivers/guardians and children/youth with behavioral and emotional needs. The purpose of these IIC Services is to strengthen, stabilize and preserve the family unit in the community setting. IIC services are flexible both as to where and when they are provided. Intensive In-Community Services are designed to support the recipient at the time of day when the services are most needed and when the family may be most receptive to therapeutic intervention and skills training. This family-driven treatment is based on targeted needs identified in a comprehensive treatment plan. The treatment plan also includes specific intervention(s) with target dates for accomplishment of goals that focus on the restorative functioning of the child/youth with the intention of:
Stabilizing the child/youth`s behavior(s) that led to the crisis
Preventing/reducing the need for inpatient hospitalization
Preventing the movement of the child/youth`s residence
|Eligibility||Project99, LLC - Medicaid ID#: 0023558 / CYBER ID#: 646666537 Project99 Essex - Medicaid ID#: 0046213 / CYBER ID#: 64673391|
Family & Support Services
Behavioral / Mental Health
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Last Updated: 01/18/19