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Family Partners of Morris and Sussex Counties

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Family Services, Family Services for Adolescent Parents, Human Services

Mission: To facilitate empowerment of parents and caregivers of children with emotional, behavioral and mental health challenges through a community-based, family centered, culturally competent system of support, education and advocacy.

Results: Family Partners of Morris and Sussex Counties, a Family Support Organization, provides support for families with children who have special mental health, emotional, behavioral and developmental challenges and is based on three core principals; Support, Education and Advocacy. Family Partners of Morris and Sussex Counties, Family Support Organization, is a family led, private, non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization funded by New Jersey Division Children's System of Care.

Target demographics: Parents, caregivers, and youth, in Sussex and Morris Counties of New Jersey who have special behavioral, emotional, or mental health challenges.

Direct beneficiaries per year: 3,890 families, 280 youth, provided 6651.33 hours of peer support, 1834 attended our 280 support groups, ALL FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!!

Geographic areas served: Sussex and Morris Counties, in New Jersey

Programs: Family Partners of Morris & Sussex Counties offers a variety of parent workshops and information for parents of children with mental health, emotional or behavioral challenges: all educational workshops provided by Family Partners of Morris & Sussex Counties are free and open to the public!

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Community Stories

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Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 1

The executive director is self centered and has zero regard for the family’s that the agency is supposed to serve.

Client Served

Rating: 1

My personal experience began well, received support at IEP meeting, my assigned CPO was nice, her supervisor was on an ego trip. Instead of asking questions to me directly she took the school districts case manager's word as gold, she never took the time to discover the horrendous history the school district case manager and I had, she trusted the case manager over the family she was supposed to support and advocate for. Her ego lead to threatening me by removing my child and place my child in a state home, she called child services on me, an investigation proved unfounded allegations against me. I instantly reported the CMO supervisor to her supervisor who never returned my calls. These workers need training beyond what they receive. They need to understand school districts do things to retaliate against families that demand due services pertaining to their child's education. When you cost the school money, the case manager doesn't get their $30,000 bonus check.. If an organization geared to assisting and providing support cannot do so properly and have authorities come after innocent families, those people are not suited nor trained for their jobs and hopefully the person that did that to me is no longer working with CMO and receiving mental therapy before she does this to more families. Kill your egos, humble yourselves, advocate for families like you are supposed to do. Families beware, non-profits are not sueable for their damages to your minor children or family.

Comments ( 1 )


rhelt 02/22/2019

We are sorry to hear of your unsatisfactory experience with the school system and CMO. We here at FSO strive for system change with the hopes of achieving a unified system of care among all providers to ensure a smooth process for the families we serve.