Health Provider

Child and Family Solutions

(856) 352-0054
Mt. Laurel

Child and Family Solutions

Child and Family Solutions provides in home counseling to youth, families and the developmentally disabled to help attain personal, behavioral, emotional and academic goals. Through consistent care and evidence-based interventions, Child and Family Solutions continues to foster growth and stability within the family unit.  Attainments of these goals are documented by our meticulous management of outcomes.

Intensive-In-Community Assessments
Need Assessments  by Licensed level LPC, LCSW, LMFT and NADD clinicians.

Intensive-In-Community services
Incisive, goal oriented and needs based clinical services in the families home and/or community by licensed level LPC, LCSW, LMFT and NADD clinicians.

Behavioral Assistant
Bachelor level clinicians working in accordance to the IIC's treatment plan to intervene and provide ongoing evaluation resulting in effective modification of youth's ongoing behaviors.

Intensive-In-Home Assessment (IIH Clinical)
Biopsychosocial Assessment and IMDS Needs Assessments  by Licensed level LPC, LCSW, LMFT and NADD clinicians.

Intensive-In-Habilitation (Licensed level, BCBA and BCaBA)
In home counseling services that provide individual and family treatment approaches to improve the behavioral and emotional functioning in youth with challenges related to an intellectual or developmental disability. (IIH)

Functional Behavioral Assessor- (BCBA and BCaBA)
Development of an integrated plan of care, which includes: Applied Behavior Analysis - Functional Behavior Assessment and related assessments.

Individual Support Services
Bachelor level clinicians providing skill development for activities of daily living, including self-care tasks and the enabling of an individual to live independently in the community. (IIH) 

Supervised Visitation Services

Therapeutic Visitation
Master’s level clinicians transport youth and oversee supervised court ordered visitations from non-custodial parents in a neutral setting without the interference of the custodial parent. Clinicians develop and work with a therapeutic treatment plan focussing on goals and interventions to strengthen the immediate behavioral needs of the family.

Supervised Visitation
Bachelor level clinicians transport youth and oversee supervised court ordered visitations from non-custodial parents in a neutral setting without the interference of  the custodial parent.

Current Active MOU
  • Camden County Partnership for Children
  • Cape Atlantic INK
  • Capitol County Children's Collaborative (Mercer)
  • Ocean Partnership for Children
  • Tri-County CMO
Age Groups
  • Children
  • Adolescents
  • Adults
  • Seniors
Community Services
Family & Support Services
Health Services
Behavioral / Mental Health
Crisis / Safety
Intellectual and Developmental Needs
Treatment Services
In-Community Services
Outpatient Services
Treatment Settings
  • Home
  • Office / Practice
  • School
Language Spoken
  • Spanish
Areas Served
  • State-Wide

Last Updated: 10/25/21