Support & Health Services

Child Study Team

The Board of Education’s Early Childhood Program provides the community with the complete Preschool Intervention Resource Team and a Child Study Team for children and families with Special Needs. Services include:
  • Early Intervention
  • Occupational and Physical Therapy
  • Inclusion and In Class Support
  • Speech Therapy

Nutritional Services Provided

  • Each provider will prepare nutritional meals and snacks to each child who attends for four or more consecutive hours.
  • Each provider will provide a monthly menu with the items served and their nutritional value as funded and recommended by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).

Role of Family Worker

A family worker is provided by the learning centers to work with the families enrolled in the program. The role of the family worker is:
  • To direct and/or coordinate available community resources, including health and nutrition services, social services, and parental involvement.
  • To provide families with necessary information and skills regarding health and social concerns.
  • To maintain accurate records of student attendance/lateness and design plans for improvement when necessary.
  • To provide monthly meetings.
  • To conduct a minimum of 3 home visits annually with each family to teach the Parent-as-Teachers curriculum.


Services Provided by North Hudson C.A.P.

In addition to services provided by the Union City Board Of Education, the North Hudson Community Action (CAP) will examine your child by a skilled professional for any health problems.

These health professionals will arrange a vision and hearing test as well as a comprehensive physical

This agency provides a variety of Bilingual services for the children and adults of Union City and the surrounding areas.

The Community Health Center for Union City is located at 714 31st Street and the telephone number is (201) 863-7077 or (201) 866-9320.

The center provides the following types of services. (A telephone number is listed when available:)
  • Adult Medicine
  • Pediatrics
  • Prenatal & OB/GYN
  • Family Planning
  • Family Dental
  • Psychiatry
  • Mental Health
  • Alcohol and Substance Abuse (330-3812)
  • Mobile Health Care Services
  • Nutritional Food Education(WIC) (864-4700)
Additional services and information regarding the following can also be attained from CAP.
  • Weatherization (330-3827)
  • Holiday/Emergency Food and Shelter (330-3829/3828)
  • Transitional Housing (330-3827)
  • Child Care Centers
  • Immigration and Naturalization (330-3804)
  • Tenant/Landlord Mediation (330-3806)
  • Energy and Home Repair (330-3827)
  • Job Placement and Employment (330-3808)