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Project CHILD FIND

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Is there a three, four, or five year old child in your life who you are concerned is developing differently or is having problems learning?  If, so, help is available for eligible children. You may wish to contact the Allendale Department of Special Services office or the State Child Find Office for information about services that are available to parents. 

Project CHILD FIND is a service of the NJ State Department of Education to help identify unserved disabled children birth to 21 years of age. Project CHILD FIND is funded through a grant from the United States Department of Education.

For more information on CHILD FIND, click on these links:

Project CHILD FIND 1-800-322-8174  
or contact your local Region I District Office 
of Special Education:

Allendale (Jen Goodell)

201-327-2020 x1203

Franklin Lakes (Amy Gallagher)

201-337-0336 x308

Glen Rock (Linda Edwards)

201-445-7700 x8904

Ho-Ho-Kus (Eric Srler)

201-652-4555 x516

Mahwah (Lisa Rizzo)

201-762-2282

Midland Park  (Ann Marie Bruder)

201-444-7445

Northern Highlands Regional (Thomas Buono)

201-327-8700 x220

Oakland (Jennifer Zimmerle)

201-337-4442

Ramapo/Indian Hills (Michael Marano

201-416-8100 x3827

Ramsey (Gregory Acocella)

201-785-2300 x25473

Ridgewood (Kim Buxenbaum-Turner)

201-670-2700 x10505

Saddle River (Debbi Strauss)

201-327-0727 x267

Upper Saddle River (Carmela Whalen)

201-961-6385

Waldwick (Victoria Wilson)

201-445-3340

Wyckoff (Debra Herold)

201-848-5690 x3311