TCCMO Newsletter

Donate and Contribute at AmazonSmile

AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way for you to support Tri County Care Management Organization. Amazon will donate a percentage of the price of your eligible purchases every time you shop at no cost to you! 100% of all donated funds directly support a Tri County CMO enrolled family in need. Go to and choose Tri County Care Management Organization as your charity. Thank you!

Special Needs Family Fund

The Tri County CMO is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit care management organization for children in Hunterdon, Somerset, and Warren counties which relies on the generosity of others to continually improve the services we provide. As part of our mission, we have established a special needs family fund program to assist the families we serve during an emergency or fiscal crisis. Financial hardships are particularly acute during the holiday season which underscores the timely need for this service. Our staff intends to provide monetary grants for food, clothing, and other necessities to our families only after verification that the need is serious and of an emergent nature.

Please consider making a tax-deductible contribution of any size payable to “TCCMO Family Fund.”

By check, send to:Tri County Care Management Organization
3040 Route 22 West, Suite 210
Branchburg, NJ 08876
Executive Director: James Parauda, LSWYour generosity and support are greatly appreciated. If you have any questions, please contact us.

Become a Board Member

Tri County Care Management Organization is seeking qualified community representatives to serve on our Board and help fulfill our mission to:

  • Provide child-centered and strength-based care management services while partnering with families to realize their vision, goals, and full potential.
  • Become part of a movement dedicated to coordinating services for youth with complex behavioral, emotional, developmental disability/intellectual disability and substance use challenges in Hunterdon, Somerset, and Warren Counties.
  • Network and plan with other Board Members who have various professional careers and expertise.
  • Become an integral part of the planning process as an advocate for families and children.

Some General Responsibilities of Being A Board Member:

  • Attends board meetings and important related meetings.
  • Makes commitment to participate actively in at least one internal/external committee/workgroup.
  • Gets to know other committee members and builds a collegial working relationship that contributes to consensus.
  • Participates actively in the Board’s annual evaluation and planning efforts.
  • Participates in fundraising or special events for the organization.
  • Serves as an ambassador to the community.

I'd Like to Find Services for My Family

Learn More