FRN Support Services
Family Resource Network provides direct support services to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their family caregivers.
Programs & Services
FRN Support Services are direct support services provided to the individual with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their family caregivers. All service availability varies from county to county and can be provided in a variety of settings to meet each families needs.
*Service of the Division Developmental Disabilities
An after-school program designed to provide children with autism & multiple disabilities with recreational, socialization and leisure opportunities.
An exciting one week overnight camping experience in an environment filled with fun activities and memories that will last a lifetime.
Disaster Case Management
Using a person centered team approach, Disaster Case Managers facilitate a unique and individualized planning process to individuals and families impacted by a natural disaster.
Community-based events open to families that have a child, youth or adult child with an intellectual/developmental disability.
In Home Supports*
Designed to assist families with the continuous caretaking needs of a family member with an intellectual/ developmental disability by providing temporary respite care options.
The Network club is a group outing to a local restaurant where participants enjoy dinner and each other’s company while building skills in activities such as ordering from a menu, paying their bill, and socializing in a group. Currently, we are only in Morris County.
Out-n-About – A Community Inclusion Service*
Designed to oﬀer teens and adults with disabilities group recreational and socialization opportunities throughout the year.
Geographic area: Union, Morris, Essex and Gloucester
Out of Home Supports*
For people with an intellectual/developmental disability and their families that provide community-based supports such as overnight weekend getaways and day activities.
Sibshops are monthly activities that celebrate the role of the sibling, serving youth/young adults between the ages of 8 – 12 who have a sibling with special.