NORWESCAP Child and Family Resource Services (CFRS) enhances the accessibility and quality of early care and education programs for the child care community. NORWESCAP CFRS implements child care subsidy programs in Hunterdon, Sussex and Warren Counties.
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Resource and Referral
The Resource and Referral Program provides FREE and confidential referral services for child care options. A Child Care Specialist can be reached during business hours or after business hours you can receive online referrals by clicking on the Search for Child Care link below:
A Child Care Specialist can also be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NORWESCAP does not endorse or recommend any individual
child care provider. We strongly encourage parents to visit and assess each site prior to their final selection of a child care provider.
If you have any complaints or concerns about a Licensed Child Care Center, please call the New Jersey Division of Youth and Family Services, Office of Licensing at (877) 667-9845, or your local DYFS office.
Family Child Care Registration
NORWESCAP CFRS offers training to become a NJ registered family child care provider. The training is free and gives you the information needed to start your own home business. For more information call the CFRS office in your county.
Please feel free to download the Family Child Care Brochure here:
If you have any complaints or concerns about a Registered Family Child Care Provider in Hunterdon, Sussex or Warren County, please e-mail us at email@example.com or call your local office. All complaints for Registered Family Child Care Providers may be called in anonymously.
Administration of Child Care Subsidy
TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families) Child Care Subsidy
Basic eligibility for these programs include:
NJCK (New Jersey Cares for Kids) Child Care Subsidy
Basic eligibility for these programs include:
Applications are available at all NORWESCAP CFRS Offices and can also be downloaded here:
Training Opportunities for Early Childhood Professionals
NORWESCAP Child and Family Resource Services offer trainings to early childhood professionals in Hunterdon, Sussex and Warren Counties. We offer a variety of training topics including child health & safety, child growth & development, curriculum, assessment & evaluation, professionalism, program management, and establishing relationships with families. All of which include hands on activities with experienced trainers. We offer onsite trainings at your facility and monthly trainings at our offices. If you are interested in attending training, please contact the county where the training is occurring.
The link below will take you to all trainings in New Jersey where you can search by county: Training opportunities across the State of New Jersey
Choosing A Child Care Program
If you have received NORWESCAP services that you are not satisfied with please contact the Administration office to receive a Participant Compliant Form at (908) 454-7000.
Contact Information for Hunterdon, Sussex or Warren County
For information or referrals call the phone numbers listed below,
or e-mail us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
84 Park Avenue E104, Flemington
186 Halsey Road, Suite 1, Newton
350 Marshall Street, Phillipsburg
The hours of operation are Monday-Friday 8:00 am-4:30 pm.
Helpful Links and Resources
877-NJ ABUSE (877-652-2873) The Child Abuse Hotline (State Central Registry) receives all reports of child abuse and neglect 24-hours a day, 7-days a week.
New Jersey Association of Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies (NJACCRRA)-The New Jersey Association of Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies (NJACCRRA) is a non-profit organization composed of child care resource and referral agencies serving the twenty-one counties of New Jersey. NJACCRRA promotes a universally accessible, affordable & high quality system of early care & education that is responsive to parental choice. We believe that all children deserve access to high quality, affordable child care. We recognize that families need support in understanding and accessing the child care options in their community and we represent those agencies that help them do so.
National Association for Family Child Care-This website is for family child care providers to get connected with other family child care providers and learn of opportunities in their specific field.
New Jersey Family Child Care Regulations-Link to the NJ Family Child Care Regulations.
Manual of Requirements for Child Care Centers-In New Jersey, child care centers serving six or more children under the age of 13 must be licensed by DCF (Department of Children and Families) a center becomes licensed after meeting all applicable conditions in the Manual of Requirements for Child Care Centers. Centers are licensed for a three-year period. A copy of the centers’ license must be displayed in a prominent location at the center.
National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC)-NAEYC is the leading membership association for those working with and on behalf of children from birth through age 8. NAEYC convenes thought leaders, teachers and other practitioners, researchers, and other stakeholders and sets standards of excellence for programs and teachers in early childhood education.
Child Care Aware© is the nation's most respected hub of information for parents and child care providers. A program of Child Care Aware® of America, Child Care Aware® helps families learn more about the elements of quality child care and how to locate programs in their communities. Child Care Aware® also provides child care providers with access to resources for their child care programs.
Professional Impact NJ-Professional Impact NJ, located at Kean University, is a statewide initiative implementing systems to enhance preparation and continuing education of early childhood and afterschool practitioners.
Prevent Child Abuse America -(PCA America) has led the way in building awareness, providing education and inspiring hope to everyone involved in the effort to prevent the abuse and neglect of our nation's children.
Prevent Child Abuse New Jersey-Prevent Child Abuse-New Jersey is a nonprofit organization working to end child abuse. Their mission is to prevent child abuse in all of its forms, for all of New Jersey’s children.
Statewide Parent Advocacy Network-The Statewide Parent Advocacy Network offers SPAN Information Specialists who assist parents, educators, service providers in attaining appropriate education and health care services for children. Extensive publications related to education, law and advocacy, school reform, health and disability issues. An Annual conference for parents and educators: workshops, networking, exchange of ideas and information.
NJ Parent Link-NJ Parent Link is a statewide website initiative made possible by the work of the New Jersey Early Childhood Comprehensive System (NJ ECCS) Team. The focus of the website is to highlight NJ state services and resources. Federal, nationally-respected and community partner resources are also included.
United Way of Northern New JerseyUnited Way of Northern New Jersey serves five counties which account for 1,700 square miles with 1.2 million residents. It is a region with amazing resources, expertise, and talent. They cover Warren, Sussex, Morris, Somerset and North Essex.
United Way of New Jersey Keep Kids Safe-Keep Kids Safe is an initiative coordinated by United Way of Northern New Jersey to provide parents with resources for effective parenting and to increase community awareness on issues related to childhood abuse and neglect. Organized in Sussex County, the group is comprised of social service agencies committed to children’s welfare and development, along with community volunteers.