Just Care for Children provides comprehensive Behavior for most at-risk adolescents living in the cities of New Jersey. Given the increased number of and families who present challenging behaviors, it has become necessary to teach life skills and conflict resolution.
Just Care for Children's Behavioral Assistance Program does just that. We teach families how to identify the behavior and implement practical strategies to bring about resolution.
Ruth Parker-the organization's founder, has had extensive work experience in this area. For twenty seven years, she has assisted in the reconstruction of the family unit as well as brought peace and order to the lives of many students from broken homes.
If a child is physically present in the classroom, but emotionally absent or disruptive, no real learning can take place. The ability to recognize anger triggers and have strategies to control anger and impulsive behavior, is key to a conducive learning environment.
JustCare for Children offers the child and his/her family practical steps for resolving conflict and improving life decisions through a three-prong . Premised on the belief that as substantive support is given to the parent/care-giver and the , a stronger family relationship will be built and will promote positive interaction, communication and skill building.
Just Care for Children’s mission is to provide comprehensive, organized and care services to those who may be in need. Our mission within the guidelines of State and Government Organizations is to be a dedicated partner and assistant families when help is needed the most. We will provide and promote the necessary care to all children and/or families who seeks the support of such Government and State agencies.
Just Care for Children's purpose is to equip youth with the skills and experience necessary to take towards becoming self-sufficient, self-fulfilled, productive members and leaders in society. We have had great results through our teaching method, counseling and therapy sessions. Our goals, techniques, staff responsibilities and the projected time frame for session completions bring stability to the children and families who seek support through such organizations. At the end of the program period, our goal is to have a in place where families can receive follow-up services..
Ruth A. Parker