New Jersey

Address: 

Community Access Unlimited
80 West Grand Street
Elizabeth NJ 07202

Work: 
908-354-3040 x206
Mobile: 
973-666-2820
Fax: 
908-354-2665
Email: 
Description: 

Mr. Webb was formerly Executive Director of Family & Children’s Services in Elizabeth, NJ. He was co-developer of the agency’s Transforming Trauma grant funded by SAMHSA. He is currently a special projects consultant with Community Access Unlimited, also in Elizabeth. He assists with that organization’s trauma-informed care culture and in developing trauma-informed treatment services for at-risk youth.


 

Address: 

Community Access Unlimited
80 West Grand Street
Elizabeth, NJ 07202
 

Work: 
(908) 354-3040 ext. 206
Description: 
William Webb

is relatively new [2012] to the trauma-informed field after 40 + years in management and consulting in child welfare, family service, mental health.juvenile justice npo's and some government agencies. His MSW/ACSW training provides a clinical/organizational/community-based service system perspective to work with boards,staff,funders and community groups. He is currently consulting on special projects, incl.program development and community capacity development, focusing on developmental disabilities and youth at risk populations, at Community Access Unlimited in Elizabeth NJ. Previously as ED at Family & Children's Services, He was instrumental in developing a "Transforming Trauma" program,funded by SAMHSA, to improve and increase trauma-informed and trauma-focused services to children and youth in multiple service systems in New Jersey. In partnership with Trinitas Regional Medical Center and the CARES Institute, our program faciltated TF-CBT training for clinicians regionally, developed a trauma-informed community collaborative and instituted an education and training program to assist other community providers in becoming trauma-informed. He is happy to continue his recent experience with NCTSN as an individual affiliate member and is very committed to helping strengthen the development and dissemination of trauma-informed services, knowledge and practice wherever possible.

Address: 

108 Clover Street Roselle, NJ 07203

Work: 
908-578-4889
Description: 

Dr. Jones is a former Post-doctoral Fellow with The Center for Child Trauma and Resilience at Beth Israel Medical Center in New York. While there she provided evidence based trauma treatment to youth involved in the juvenile justice system and facilitated trauma trainings to correctional officers, probation officers, and mental health staff. Dr. Jones currently works at Children's Specialized Hospital in New Jersey and remains involved with NCTSN activities focused on expanding evidence-based trauma practices in schools.

Family and Children's Services, Inc., NJ, Transforming Trauma Project

Funding Period: 
[2012 - 2016]
Description: 

The Transforming Trauma Project (TTP) of the Family and Children's Services, Inc. (FACS), provides evidenced-based trauma treatment and screening to children, youth, and families who have experienced traumatic events. Over 80 clinicians, throughout the State of New Jersey, have been trained through the program in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) in collaboration with the CARES Institute. The TTP provides community education to various child serving agencies and community organizations on the signs and symptoms of trauma and on how to prevent secondary traumatic stress. The New Jersey Trauma Network Team (NJ TNT), comprised of stakeholders and community members, meets quarterly to disseminate information in an effort to become a trauma-informed community. TTP focuses on reaching out to military families, and FACS is committed to providing efficient and effective services to our Service Members and their families.
 

City, State: 
Elizabeth, NJ
Contact: 
Marissa Mansueto
Phone: 
(908) 372-1007

CARES Institute at Rowan University

Funding Period: 
[2003-2007]
Description: 
The CARES Institute at Rowan University is a nationally recognized facility for its leadership in the development of evidence-based services for children who have suffered child abuse. Through this initiative, the institute disseminates Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), enhances public and professional efforts toward early identification and protection of potential abuse victims, and improves children's access to evidence-based and developmentally and culturally sensitive treatment services. Through collaboration with local constituencies and NCTSN members, the institute helps increase awareness of, identify obstacles to, and improve access to effective mental health services for children who have suffered abuse or other violent crime. The CARES Institute has also developed and tested an intervention for physical abuse. In addition, the institute provides ongoing training and consultation on TF-CBT and physical abuse to mental health staff at New Jersey's three other Child Abuse Diagnostic and Treatment Centers and to centers associated with the NCTSN.
City, State: 
Stratford, NJ
Contact: 
Esther Deblinger
Phone: 
(856) 566-7036
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