New Jersey Children's System of Care

A Valued Partner Supporting Family Wellbeing in Bergen County Communities

Annual Report 2016

Table of Contents Who We Are and Who We Serve

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What We Do and How We Do It

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How We Do What We Do

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Accomplishments

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Our Families Share Stories of the Value of the Wellness Focused, Wraparound Approach to Care

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SAVE THE DATE—The Fantastic Journey—April 26

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Bergen’s Promise, Inc. Healthy Families, Safe at Home Who We Are and Who We Serve... 

A 501(3)(c) private non-profit, the designated Care Management Organization (CMO) for Bergen County as part of the New Jersey Children’s System of Care (CSOC). We provide comprehensive, individualized service planning through a team process.



The agency serves youth ages 5 to 21 with behavioral, emotional, and mental health challenges, substance use issues and developmental disabilities. Since 2002, has served over 3,500 youth and their families. As of 12/27/16, current youth served: 956; 87 percent of youth served are living at home.



One of the first two CMOs in the State to offer the Pediatric Behavioral Health Home (BHH), an enhanced medical care coordination component to support youth with Medicaid living with chronic co-occurring behavioral and medical health issues. 147 youth enrolled in BHH since it’s inception in 2015.

Opportunities Exist for Referral of Underserved Bergen County Youth to the New Jersey Children’s System of Care

Bergen County Youth*

As of 12/27/16, 956 youth currently enrolled with Bergen’s Promise**

609 ( 64 %) classified youth Youth enrolled in Special Education

19,000

217 (23 %) with developmental/ intellectual disabilities

Enrolled with Child Protection and Permanency

2,600

223 (24 %)

Substance Using Youth

4,887

48 (5%)

Juvenile Justice Involved Youth

700-1,300

70 (7 %)

*source: Quality Assurance Department State of the Agency August 2016, p 3. **source: YSC-CIACC report 12/27/16 and 1/13/17 data run (Goliath, Bergen’s Promise Database)

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What We Do and How We Do It... PerformCare NJ is the Contracted System Administrator (CSA) for the New Jersey Children’s System of Care (CSOC). It is the single point of entry into the free and voluntary services of the Children’s System of Care regardless of location of residence in the state.

Parents or Guardians have access to services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by calling 1-877-652-7624.

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How We Do What We Do...

Top 5 Sources of Referrals of Youth

The agency staffing grows as the number of our youth grow so that a ratio of 15:1 youth to care manager is maintained.

Children’s Mobile Response and Stabilization (MRSS)

404 (52%)

Parent/Guardian

114 (15%)

Provider

79 (10%)

Children’s Crisis Intervention Service (CCIS)

70 (9%)

Dept. of Child Protection and Permanency (DCPP)

49 (6%)

Sources: Quality Assurance and Human Resources Department databases

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Accomplishments...

www.BergenResourceNet.org

In the Spring… 

Bergen ResourceNet was launched, a mobile friendly, easily accessible resource portal for resident s and professionals to search by keyword to find Bergen County resources, programs, events, webinars, clinical services, supports geared toward family health and wellbeing.



Bergen’s Promise expansion to a second office location at 3 University Plaza, Hackensack.

In the Summer...

In the Fall… 

Bergen’s Promise received the National Wraparound Initiative Award





Partnership established with St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center to offer a Community Pediatrics and Child Advocacy Rotation Elective as part of their Pediatric Residency program.



Digital poster presentation at the National Academy of Sciences fall conference titled Training the Future Child Healthcare Workforce to Improve Behavioral Health Outcomes for Children, Youth and Families. The poster was titled “Integrated Wraparound: A Team-Based Training Blueprint for Pediatric Residents and Social Service Staff to Optimize Pediatric Behavioral Health.”

Throughout the year, 66 presentations, exhibits, and other awareness activities were delivered in schools, healthcare organizations, and in communities.

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Our Families Share Stories of the Value of the Wellness Focused, Wraparound Approach to Care

Experience the successes of graduates and their families by watching the videos available on the Success Stories page of our website www.bergenspromise.org

Every youth sets at least one health/wellness goal in their Individualized Service Plan (ISP)

Adapted from: Swarbrick, M. (2006). A Wellness Approach. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 29()4), 311-314.

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Let’s Talk!

218 Route 17 North. Suite 304 Rochelle Park, NJ 07662

3 University Plaza. Suite 300 Hackensack, NJ 07601 201-712-1170 www.BergensPromise.org

https://www.linkedin.com/company/bergenspromise

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