Dreamchasers Community Services, LLC
Dreamchasers Community Services, LLC. (DCS) is a statewide (NJ) licensed mental/behavioral health, and community rehabilitation organization serving youth ages 3-21. DCS provides a wide array of services including:
- Mentoring (Individual & Group)
- Parent Mentoring
- Parent Behavioral Management Training (PBMT)
- Parent Behavioral Management Training for Youth with Developmental Disabilities (PBMT-DD)
- Behavioral Assistance (BA) (Individual & Group)
- Intensive In-Community (IIC) Therapy (Individual & Group)
- Pre-Employment Transition Services (Pre-Ets) (Individual & Group)
- Out of School Transition Services (OSS) (Individual & Group)
- Psychiatric Assessments (BPS)
Mental and Behavioral Health Services
DCS strives to provide high-quality, evidence-based mental and behavioral health practices. DCS serves to advocate for children and families throughout the state of NJ while providing them with sustainable strategies and linking them to ongoing community resources. DCS fosters the implementation of Nurtured Heart Approach and Youth Thrive practices through our highly qualified staff of licensed clinicians (LCSW•LPC •LMFT), Master s Level Therapists (MSW), and Behavioral Assistants (BA).
Dreamchasers Community Services, LLC. provides vocational services to interested learning disabled, justice-involved, and Out-of-School NJ youth. Dreamchasers offers a wide range of training and work-based learning opportunities to these youth to help them successfully enter the labor market.
Dreamchasers employs a career pathway approach that supports postsecondary education and training for out-of-school youth to meet the need for qualified workers in local labor markets. DCS is premised on the belief that given the proper tools, every person can maneuver throughout their environment successfully while playing an integral and vital role in their community. DCS Employment programs and supportive services in a respectful manner to improve the quality of life for individuals, families, and our community.
Last Updated: 10/11/21