New Jersey Institute for Disabilities serves more than 1,500 infants, children and adults with developmental and related disabilities in an area spanning 15 New Jersey counties. NJID has become one of the largest not-for-profit agencies of its kind in the State.
The New Jersey Institute for Disabilities is dedicated to the provision of comprehensive, superior, multi-faceted programs of service to individuals with developmental and related disabilities and their families regardless of race, gender, creed, economic status or age. To this end, NJID shall:
offer programs to enrich the lives and enhance the development of each infant, child and adult with developmental and related disabilities to enable each individual to achieve full potential;
provide, as early as possible, evaluation, identification, diagnosis and treatment to infants, children and adults so that the number and severity of functional needs can be significantly reduced;
foster dignity, independence and purposefulness to all who enter into NJID's programs;
maintain the community's trust and confidence in the work of the Agency;
to be a resource and a partner for life to consumers and their families.