New!  Tuesday, May 12 at 4:10pm

Know Your Rights! Tenant’s Rights During COVID-19
This telephonic seminar will cover NJ tenant’s rights, responsibilities, and protections during the COVID-19 health crisis. This event is at no cost and open to the public!

To join us, call 1-425-585-7644 @ 4:10pm

Weekly Parent2Parent Group Meetings

Are now being held via Telephone Call only

Call  1-425-585-7644 to join!

*If the line is busy or you’re unable to get through, do not give up!  Hang up, wait a few minutes and try again.  We look forward to hearing from you!

New!  Mondays

4:10 pm – 5:30 pm



 7:10 pm – 8:30 pm

We will alert you to the resumption of in person Parent2Parent Group meetings  in the near future.

Following are some of the supports and programs offered by Family Support Organization of Bergen County. For more information, call us at 201.796.6209.

Warm Line

FSOBC offers telephone support to family members, caregivers, and to those who reach out from the Bergen County community needing support with resources. We listen and offer support, information and referrals.

Can you lend support to this effort? Your voice is needed! Call 201.796.6209 ext. 102

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Peer to Peer Support

FSOBC employs trained Family Support Partners, themselves caregivers⁄parents of emotionally or behaviorally challenged children, who assist and support families enrolled in the Care Management Organization.

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Education & Advocacy

FSOBC provides forums, workshopsguest speakers and other special events that inform and empower families about their role in the parent⁄professional partnership.

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Other Programs

Support Groups
FSOBC hosts Parent2Parent groups at no cost for families and caregivers. On–site adult supervision is provided to children who accompany caregivers⁄parents.

Youth Partnership
FSOBC works directly with youth ages 14–21 who have been involved with the mental health, juvenile justice, or child welfare system.Youth Partnership provides a forum to share their experiences. Youth Partnership members are committed to the development of leadership skills and making a difference through community service.

Community Development
FSOBC develops and maintains its presence with our local legislators, schools, and businesses to gain their support and provide information. We partner with local planning bodies such as the Children’s Interagency Coordinating Council (CIACC), the Human Service Advisory Council (HSAC), and the Youth Service Commission (YSC).

Systems Monitoring
FSOBC holds systems accountable through feedback on family issues, concerns, and suggestions.

FSO⁄CMO Strategic Planning
FSOBC and Bergen’s Promise (Care Management Organization), Youth Case Management and the Children’s Mobile Response Stabilization System maintain a close relationship and meet frequently to discuss strategies and share information so that system partners continue to provide excellent service to our families.