Parent Teacher Organization

The Parent Organization meets quarterly in the Neighborhood House gym 6:30 p.m. and at our East location at 10:00 a.m. in the recreation room. Check the calendar for the exact dates. Free childcare is provided during the meetings by members of the Neighborhood House staff and a light supper is provided.

Grandparents Foster Program

The New Jersey Foster Grandparent Program provides senior citizens the opportunity to work one-on-one with children.
 Income-eligible volunteers receive a tax-free stipend and can volunteer up to 20 hours/week.

Neighborhood House Grandparents

Tuition

Tuition is due on a monthly basis. Neighborhood House accepts several tuition support programs. These programs assist income eligible families with childcare tuition.

  1. Community Coordinated Child Care
  2. NJWork First (TANF)
  3. Community Child Care Solutions

Neighborhood House also has non-subsidized child care spaces available, also known as “Private Pay Slots.” All those who do not qualify for a subsidy may wish to enroll their child(ren) in a Private Pay Slot.

Family Discounts

A family enrolling more than one child in any Neighborhood House Program is eligible to receive a tuition discount. Subsidized child care fees are determined by federal guidelines. Private pay discounts are based on a percentage of the current fee.