What We Do:
NJ ARCH is a State-Funded service that provides support to all
  members of the adoption constellation.*  Our goal is to direct people
  to appropriate adoption services in New Jersey.
The adoption constellation includes anyone whose life is touched by adoption, including
  those who receive and/or deliver services.

Have an Adoption Question?
Feel free to contact our warm-line at: 1.877.4ARCHNJ (1.877.427.2465)
  OR e-mail us at: warmline@njarch.org
  We have staff available to help you in English and Spanish.

If you are touched by Kinship Care click here:

Contact Us:
To contact someone from the NJ ARCH staff...
or to submit an adoption-related question, click here.

                         NJ ARCH is funded by the New Jersey Department of Human Services and the Division of  
                          Youth and Family Services as part of "Promoting Safe and Stable Families" (IVB Funds).

Interested in Starting an Adoption Support Group?
Contact NJ ARCH to receive free training at 877-4ARCHNJ


What's New In Adoption!

Our What's New page has the latest adoption-related news, articles, and events.

76 South Orange Avenue, Suite 209 South Orange, New Jersey 07079 • Fax: 973-378-9575
NJ ARCH Warm Line: 1-877-4ARCHNJ (1-877-427-2465)

          New Jersey Adoption Resource Clearing House
        The one-stop resource for those touched by adoption

This site is being provided under the auspices of
Children's Aid and Family Services, Inc


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Did you adopt or foster through DCP&P?
Is the youth in your home interested in going to college?
Join Foster and Adoptive Family Services (FAFS) for the
“Funding your Future: The NJFC Scholars Program” Webinar.

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Thinking about college?

Check out this handbook on Student Loans and Grants!


Continued Medicaid Eligibility for Most Young Adults
Who Have Aged Out of Foster Care
Starts January 1, 2014

Click here for details


Click here to view the News 12 New Jersey News Clip

Is Your Foster or Adopted Child thinking about College?
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