A Circle of Care to Keep Children Healthy
Connect to the services and resources your child needs
New Jersey Integrated Care for Kids (NJ InCK) (pronounced “New Jersey Ink”) brings together parents and guardians, doctors, and local community-based service providers—from schools to food pantries—to make sure children get all the different types of care they need.
NJ InCK helps doctors and community-based service providers better understand and support all children’s health needs—especially those who have complex health and social needs. We call this creating a circle of care around all children to help families in the best way.