On Memorial Day, We Remember Those Who Served

On this Memorial Day, we remember all those who have died in service of our country. And we recognize the sacrifice of the hundreds and thousands who experience disabilities as a result of their service. Working with individuals and families who experience...

What does Autism Awareness mean to Oscar?

Meet Oscar! He enjoys his jobs – selling dog biscuits, and working at a restaurant. And he likes to hang out with Alessandra from Best Buddies. He receives a housing subsidy and support from the Community Habilitation staff at CFS. And yes, he is on the #autism...

#ChooseToChallenge With Us

March is an important month marking both Developmental Disabilities Awareness and Women’s History. At CFS, both of these areas come together under the theme “Choose to Challenge” (the theme for International Women’s Day this year.)   With#ChooseToChallenge we want to...

Happy Holidays Letter from CFS Advocates

Dear Friend, This is your CFS Family reaching out to you from New Jersey and New York to wish you well. We are sending you blossoms of air kisses and hugs every morning and every night. We want you to know that we are thinking of you. Hope surrounds you. Although this...

Advocacy Group Pen Pal Gratitude Letter

The Advocacy Group has begun a Pen Pal Gratitude activity, Staff of the Center For Family Support were overwhelmingly nominated to receive our 2nd letter of good vibes and gratitude. Each Advocate in their own words composed this letter. Johnny – Thank you to...
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