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Who We Are

Central Jersey Family Health Consortium, Inc. (CJFHC), was originally organized through funding from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation in 1988.  Established in 1992, CJFHC is a leading private non–profit 501(C)3 organization licensed by the NJ Department of Health and part of a regionalized maternal and child health (MCH) system.

Our Mission

Our mission is to improve the health of women of childbearing age, infants, and children in the region through the collaborative efforts of member hospitals, providers, and consumers.

CJFHC Twitter

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CJFHC On Facebook

Early Intervention

The Mid-Jersey CARES (Collaboration, Advocacy,reiclogo100 Resources, Education and Services) for Special Children Collaborative is a Regional Early Intervention Collaborative (REIC) whose goal is to help strengthen and improve early intervention services for children with special needs, ages birth to 3, and their families. Click here to learn more.
For information about resources and services for your child under age 3, call statewide, toll-free 888-653-4463.



PPD & Bereavement Help

Speak Up When You’re Down
NJ Family Health Line /
PPD Helpline
For PPD information, insurance
questions,treatment and
24 hours a day / 7 days a week
Bereavement Services
If you experienced a loss and would like to receive more information or request a meeting with one of our Nurses or Social Workers, please email  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 732-345-0500 Ext. 128
For more information on Perinatal Mood Disorders and/or Bereavement click here.