Early Intervention Services – South Jersey

NJ Early Intervention Service Options September 2020

Updated information on the status and plans for providing early intervention services in the coming months: English    Español

The Southern New Jersey Regional Early Intervention Collaborative (SNJREIC) is one of four nonprofit agencies funded by the Department of Health (DOH) to support early intervention services in Atlantic, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester, and Salem counties. The primary purpose of the SNJREIC is to ensure a local voice in the implementation of the early intervention system in our state.

If your child should be crawling, walking or talking, but isn’t, call for information about resources and services for your child under age 3.

(888) 653-4463

Our Mission

The mission of the New Jersey Regional Early Intervention Collaboratives is to enhance the capacity of families to meet the developmental and health-related needs of children birth to age three who have delays or disabilities by providing quality services and support to families and their children. Families from diverse racial, cultural and socio-economic backgrounds will be involved in decision-making at every level of the design, implementation and evaluation of the Early Intervention System. The system will:

  • Promote collaborative partnerships among the family, their community, service and health care providers, schools and child care programs that strengthen and enhance family competence to develop and use lasting networks of natural support.
  • Provide a family-centered approach which will be based upon the uniqueness of the family and its culture.
  • Promote prompt service and support delivery in settings most natural and comfortable for the child and family and which foster opportunities for the development of peer relationships with children without disabilities.
  • Reflect the current best practices in the field of early intervention in order to ensure uniformity of service delivery standards and yield the most positive outcome for the child and family.
  • Recognize and respect the knowledge, beliefs, aspirations, values, culture and preference of families and utilize these for planning and delivery of support and services.
  • Facilitate ongoing, system-wide, participatory evaluation to ensure an effective and efficient Early Intervention System.