Get involved with the County Councils in Morris, Hunterdon, or WARREN counties!
Contact our coordinator in your county.
County Councils for Young Children
Norwescap’s County Councils for Young Children (CCYC) program is a collaborative partnership between local parents/families, community providers, and stakeholders that strives to contribute to the development and implementation of high quality early childhood services. Participants in the partnership work together to assess needs, concerns, aspirations and successes around issues that affect the health, education and wellbeing of their children. Through CCYC, parents are supported in leadership roles and empowered to be a voice to better the lives of their children. Norwescap runs these councils in Hunterdon, Morris, and Warren County. Any parent with children below the age of 8 in these counties is encouraged to join.
Want to get involved?
If you are interested in learning more about the County Councils for Young Children, please connect with our Coordinator in your county:
Morris County: Elisabeth Davidson, (862) 309-0806, firstname.lastname@example.org
Hunterdon County: Heather Spencer, (610) 905-2728, email@example.com
Warren County: Joshua Meade, (908) 454-3400 ext. 3084, firstname.lastname@example.org
Upcoming Meetings and Events
The County Councils for Young Children are supported by the New Jersey Department of Children and Families.
Other Programs that can provide assistance
Norwescap’s Traditions Family Success Center offers programming and services that help families in Warren County succeed and thrive together.
Norwescap’s Healthy Families program helps young families in Warren and Hunterdon counties get a strong start.
Child & Family Resource Services
Child and Family Resource Services (CFRS) empowers families and the community by enhancing the quality and accessibility of early childhood education, and by providing information and resources to community services that support families and providers.
Head Start promotes early childhood education, health, nutrition, mental health, and social services to children and families.
Early Head Start
Early Head Start promotes early childhood education, health, nutrition, mental health, and social services to families.