Warren County DCP&P Information
DYFS Attorneys in Belvidere, New Jersey
If you are being investigated by the Division of Child Protection and Permanency (“DCP&P”), formerly known as the Division of Youth and Family Services (“DYFS”) in Warren County, if DCP&P took custody of your children and filed a complaint against you in Warren County Family Court, or if you have been substantiated for abuse or neglect and you want to appeal the investigative finding, the experienced DYFS defense lawyers at the Tormey Law Firm in Warren County are ready to help. DCP&P has one local office in Warren County, located in Washington, that will conduct all of the child abuse, neglect, and welfare investigations in Warren County. If you live in Warren County and DCP&P is involved with your family, the Warren County DCP&P defense attorneys at the Tormey Law Firm are available to ensure that your rights are being protected, that the Division is not intruding too far into your family’s life, and to fight to get DCP&P out of your family’s life as quickly as possible. We represent clients throughout Warren County including in Belvidere, Allamuchy, Washington Twp, Blairstown, Hackettstown, and Mansfield. Contact our office now for a free initial consultation at (908)-356-6900.
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WARREN COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT
DCP&P cases in Warren County will be heard at the Warren County Superior Court, located at 413 2nd Street, Belvidere, NJ 07823. The Warren County Superior Court, is open from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Mondays through Fridays, and can be contacted at 908-475-6161. Click here for more information regarding the Warren County Superior Court. For directions to the Warren County Superior Court, click here.
WARREN COUNTY FAMILY DIVISION AND CHILDREN IN COURT UNIT
Care and supervision, custody, and guardianship matters in Warren County Superior Court will be handled by a Judge who sits in the Family Part of the Chancery Division of the Warren County Superior Court. The Presiding Judge of the Warren County Family Part, which is part of the Somerset/Hunterdon/Warren Court Vicinage is the Honorable Hany A. Mawla, P.J.F.P, whose chambers are located in the Somerset County Courthouse and can be contacted at 908-231-7647. The Warren County Family Division also has a Children in Court Unit with court staff dedicated to DCP&P cases. The Family Division can be contacted at 908-475-6150. Click here for more information on the Warren County Family Division.
DCP&P LOCAL OFFICE IN WARREN COUNTY
The Warren Local DCP&P Office is located at 415 East Washington Avenue, Washington, NJ 07882 and can be contacted at 908-689-7000. Click here more more information on the DCP&P Local office in Warren County.
FAMILY RESOURCES IN WARREN COUNTY
Although admitting you need help can be difficult, getting help may be one of the most important steps to removing DYFS from your family’s life. Regardless of if the Division is involved with your family because of allegations of substance abuse or other parenting issues, there are a number of addiction resources and family support services including counseling, therapy, and parenting education available to parents in Warren County through the NORWESCAP Family Success Center, located at 459 Center Street Phillipsburg, NJ 08865, phone: 908-213-2674. The New Jersey Parent Link also has valuable information for parents regarding health and wellness, developmental and behavioral health, parenting education and family support services.
SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT IN WARREN COUNTY
For parents in Warren County who are struggling with substance abuse, Community Prevention Resources of Warren County is available to provide information regarding substance abuse treatment and counseling. Community Prevention Resources is located at 16 Star Plaza, Washington, NJ, phone: 908-835-1800. In addition to the substance abuse services in Warren County, the New Jersey Prevention Network focuses on providing substance abuse and addiction services throughout the state. If you need immediate help for a substance abuse issue, you can dial the confidential Addictions Hotline 24/7 at 1-844-276-2777 which provides information and referrals to substance abuse treatment agencies statewide.