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1 Ocean County Department of Human Services Mental Health Unit COMMONLY USED ACRONYMS IN HUMAN SERVICES

2 A AA ABAWD ABE ABH ACBSW ACCAP ACE ACEI ACF ACLU ACNJ ACSES ACSW ADA ADACO ADAU ADC ADD ADHD ADL AE AFB AFDC AFL-CIO AG AH AHMS AIP AJB AL-ANON ALA-TEEN ALC AMHBG AO AOC AOSOS AOTU APH APS APWA ARC ARCC ASAP ASC ASFA ASO ASPA ATB AWEP Alcoholics Anonymous Able Bodied Adults Without Dependents Adult Basic Education AtlantiCare Behavioral Health Academy of Certified Baccalaureate Social Workers AIDS Community Care Alternatives Program Action for Career Employment Atlantic City Casino Employment Initiative Administration for Children and Families (Federal child care funding) American Civil Liberties Union Association for the Children of New Jersey Automated Child Support Enforcement System Academy of Certified Social Workers Americans with Disabilities Act or American Diabetes Association Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Council of Ocean County Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Unit Alternative Disposition Committee Attention Deficit Disorder Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Activities of Daily Living Administrative Entity Air Force Base Aid to Families with Dependent Child American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations Attorney General Auditory Handicapped Affordable Housing Management Service (DCA) Fair Share Housing Adult Intervention Program America s Job Bank Support Group for Family Members of Alcoholics Support Group for Teenage Alcoholics Adult Learning Center Alcohol & Mental Health Block Grant Administrative Order Administrative Office of the Courts America s One Stop Operating System Adolescent Offenders Treatment Unit Ancora Psychiatric Hospital Adult Protective Services American Public Welfare Association Adoption Resource Centers or Association for Retarded Citizens At Risk Child Care Adolescent Substance Abuse Program Adolescent Services Continuum Adoption and Safe Families Act Administrative Service Organization American Society of Public Administration America s Talent Bank Alternative Work Experience Program

3 B BA BABES BAK BAT BCF BEIP BLS BLS BOCHA BOSS BRAG BREM BS BSDA BSR BSW COMMONLY USED ACRONYMS Behavioral Assistance Beginning Alcohol & Addiction Basic Education Studies Before & After Kindergarten Program Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training Board of Chosen Freeholders Business Employment Incentive Program (Grant) Basic Living Skills Bureau of Labor Statistics (US Department of Labor) Bring Our Children Home Act Board of Social Services Business Relocation Assistance Grant Basic and Remedial Education (FDP) Basic Skills Basic Skills for Deaf Adults Business Services Representatives Bachelor s degree in Social Work C C&E C&R CA CAA CAC CADC CAFAS CAFS CAM CANS CAP CAPA CAPU CARA CARF CARI CART CASSP CAT CBO CBVI CCC CCDBG CCDF C-CHAS CCIS CCM CCPED CCRR CCSA CDBG Consultation & Education Coordination and Review Cocaine Anonymous Creative Achievement Academy (CMO) Certified Alcoholism Counselor Certified Drug & Alcohol Counselor Child/Adolescent Functional Assessment Score Child, Adolescent, and Family Support Services Program Capable Adolescent Mothers Children Adjusting to New Situations Continuum Aftercare Project or Consumer Assistance Program Community Action Program Agency Children/Adolescent Psychiatric Unit Coalition Against Rape & Abuse Counseling Alternatives for Resistive Families or Council on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities Child Abuse Record Investigation Case Assessment Resource Team Child and Adolescent Services System Program County Assessment Team or Crisis Assessment Tool Community Based Organization Commission for the Blind and Visually Impaired Children s Coordinating Council Child Care & Development Block Grant Child Care & Development Fund County Comprehensive Homeless Assistance Strategy Children s Crisis Intervention Services Clinical Case Management Community Care Program for the Elderly and Disabled Child Care Resource & Referral System Cost of Current Service Adjustment Community Development Block Grant

4 CEAS CECEP CEI CEO CEPP CES CFA CFAU CFDA CFG CFS CFT CGC CH CHAC CHAS CHEP CHLP CHS CHSAC CHSP CI CIACC CIC CICRF CIDS CIP CIU CLPC CM CMHC CMI CMO CMS CMU CN CNS CO COA COC CODA COEI COLA COMHCO COPE COSA COSAC CP CPA Comprehensive Emergency Assistance Systems Center for Early Childhood Education Program Calculated Earned Income Chief Elected Official Commitment Extended Pending Placement Current Employment Statistics Consolidated Funding Application Capital Facilities Approval Unit (State) Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance Numbers Center for Family Guidance Center for Family Services Child/Family Team Child Guidance Center for New Jersey Communication Handicapped Ocean County Housing Advisory Committee Comprehensive Housing Affordability Strategy Cuban/Haitian Entrant Program Community Health Law Project Children's Home Society County Human Services Advisory Council Comprehensive Human Services Plan Children s Initiative County Inter-Agency Coordinating Council for Children Crisis Intervention Center Catastrophic Illness in Children Relief Fund Commission Career Information Delivery System Classification of Instructional Programs Crisis Intervention Unit Child Life Protection Commission Case Management Community Mental Health Center Chronically Mentally Ill Care Management Organization Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services Case Manager Unit Certificate of Need Community Nursing Services Certificate of Occupancy Council on Accreditation of Children and Family Services Continuum of Care Co-Dependence Anonymous Center for Occupational Employment Information Cost of Living Adjustment / Cost of Current Services Coalition of Mental Health Consumer Organizations Center of Psychiatric Evaluation Children of Substance Abusers Center for Outreach and Services to the Autism Community Cerebral Palsy Certified Public Accountant

5 CPAC CPC CPG CPRB CPS CQI CR CSA CSCC CSP CST CT CTF CTO CTP CTS CWA CWEP CY CYSC Community Planning & Advocacy Center Child Partial Care Community Partnership Grant Child Placement Review Board Child Protective Services Continual Quality Improvement Conditional Release Contracted Systems Administrator or Comprehensive Social Assessment Children s System Coordinating Committee Community Support Program or Child Support and Paternity Child Study Team Committed or Classroom Training Children s Trust Fund Chief Technology Officer Comprehensive Treatment Plan Community Treatment Solutions County Welfare Agency or Communication Workers of America Community Work Experience Program Calendar Year County Youth Service Commission D DAC DAS DAPP DARE DATE DCA DCBHS DCC DCF DD DDC DDD DDHH DDS DHHS DEA DEPART DFD DFDI DHS DHSS DIAL DIT DJS DMAHS DMHC DMHS DMVA DO Disaster Application Center Division of Addiction Services Drug & Alcohol Prevention Program Drug Awareness Resistance Education Disability Awareness Through Education (Team) Department of Community Affairs or Day Care Administration Division of Child Behavioral Health Services Day Care Centers Department of Children and Families Developmentally Disabled and/or Developmental Disability Developmental Disabilities Council Division of Developmental Disabilities Division of the Deaf & Hard of Hearing Division of Disability Services US Department of Health and Human Services Division of Economic Assistance Disabled, Elderly Persons Accessible Recreational Transportation Division of Family Development Division of Family Development Instruction Department of Human Services Department of Health & Senior Services Disabled Information Awareness & Living, Inc. Division of Information Technology Division of Juvenile Services Division of Medical Assistance and Health Services Drenk Mental Health Center Division of Mental Health Services Division of Military & Veterans Affairs District Office (DYFS now called Local Office)

6 DOAE DOC DOE DOH DOHE DOL DOLETA DOLMA DOP DOSP DOT DOVIA DPCP DRG DRS DSC DSM-IV DV DVA DVPSS DVR DVRT DYFS COMMONLY USED ACRONYMS Department of Adult Education Department of Corrections Department of Education Department of Health Department of Higher Education Department of Labor Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration Department of Labor Management Association Department of Personnel Discharge Oriented Service Plan Department of Transportation Directors of Volunteers in Associations Division of Prevention and Community Partnership Diagnostic Related Group Designated Record Set Designated Screening Center Diagnostic & Statistical Manual, 4th Edition Domestic Violence Department of Veteran s Affairs Division of Veterans Program & Special Services Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Domestic Violence Response Team Providence House Division of Youth and Family Services E E&T EA EAP EASE EBT ED EDA EDP EEDA EEI EEO EEOC EFF EFO EFSP EIC EIP EIRC ELC EMR EO EOF EPDT EPSDT ERC Employment and Training Emergency Assistance (DFD) Emergency Apartment Program or Employee Assistance Program Easy Access, Single Entry (services for elderly citizens) Electronic Benefits Transfers Emotionally Disturbed Employment Directed Activities Employability Development Plan Education and Employment Directed Activity (FDP) Early Employment Initiative (WFNJ program) Equal Employment Opportunity Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Equipped for the Future Emergency Food Organization Emergency Food & Shelter (National Board program) Earned Income Credit (Federal Tax Reform Act of 1986) Early Intervention Program Education Information & Resource Center Employer Legislative Committee Educable Mentally Retarded Executive Order Educational Opportunity Fund (program) Employability Plan Development Tool Early Periodic Screening, Diagnosis & Treatment Emergency Response Committee

7 F G ERE ES ESGP ESL ETA ETPL EU FACE FACES FACS FAMIS FAPE FAR FAS FBANJ FCIU FCM FDC FDI FDP FEIN FEMA FFP FFY FH FLC FLEX FOCUS FPL FPS FPSS FS FSA FSB FSC FSE&T FSETP FSO FSP FSS FTE FUTA FVO FY FYI G&A GA Employment Related Expenses Employment Services or Emergency Services Emergency Shelter Grants Program English as a Second Language Employment and Training Administration Eligible Training Provider List Eligible Unit Family & Consumer Exchange Family & Children Early Education Services (Reiner Project) Family and Community Services Family Management Information System Free Appropriate Public Education Federal Acquisition Regulations Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Family Based Association of New Jersey Family Crisis Intervention Unit Family Case Management, Superior Court Family Day Care (a.k.a. Registered Family Day Care Provider) Family Development Initiative Family Development Program Federal Employer Identification Number (IRS) Federal Emergency Management Agency (emergency food & shelter) Federal Financial Participation Federal Fiscal Year Fair Hearing Family Learning Center Families Living in Extreme Stress Family Outreach Creating Understanding & Stability Federal Poverty Level Family Preservation Services Family Preservation and Support Services Initiative (Federal) Food Stamps Family Support Act or Family Service Association Federal Supplemental Benefits Federal Supplemental Compensation Food Stamp Employment and Training Food Stamp Employment and Training Program (DHS/DFD) Family Support Organization Food Stamp Program Family Self Sufficiency Full Time Equivalent Federal Unemployment Tax Act Family Violence Option Fiscal Year For Your Information General & Administrative General Assistance (DFD)

8 GAAS GAEP GAM-ANON GAPB GAPI GED GGI GH GIS GS GSA GSETA GSHP COMMONLY USED ACRONYMS General Assistance Automated System General Assistance Employability Program (DFD) Gamblers Anonymous General Assistance Procedural Bulletin General Assistance Program Instruction General Education Development or Graduate Equivalency Diploma Guided Group Interaction Group Home Geographic Information System (transportation for WFNJ) Guardianship Services General Services Administration (NJ) Garden State Employment & Training Association Garden State Health Plan H I HA HAAAD HBC HC HCCS HCEP HCFA HCI HEA HIACC HIPAA HMI HMO HOPE HOPING HOPWA HPP HRDI HSA HSAC HSPS HSPT HUA HUD I&R IAP IAPES ICESA ICF ICF/MR ICMS ICP IDA Housing Authority Hearing Aid Assistance to the Aged and Disabled Health Benefits Coordinator Handicapped Commission Homeless Continuum of Care System (replaces CHAS) Home Care Expansion Program Health Care Financing Administration Healthcare Commons Inc. Home Energy Assistance (DFD) Homeless Interagency Coordinating Council Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act Homeless Mentally III Health Maintenance Organization Home Ownership and Opportunities for People Everywhere or Helping Other People Evolve Helping Other Parents in Normal Grief Housing for Persons with AIDS Homelessness Prevention Program Human Recourses Development Institute Homeless Shelter Allowance or Health Systems Agency Human Service Advisory Council Human Service Performance Standards High School Proficiency Test Heating Utility Allowance US Department of Housing and Urban Development Information and Referral Interim Assistance Program International Association of Professionals in Employment Security Interstate Conference of Employment Security Agencies Intermediate Care Facility Intermediate Care Facilities for the Mentally Retarded Integrated Case Management Services (MH) Individualized Crisis Plan Individual Development Account

9 J K L IDEA IDEIA IDEAS IDRC IEP IEVS IFSP IFSS IGH II IIC ILC IM IMAS IMT INS IPV IRP IRS IS ISP ITA ITG ITP JCAHO JFCIU JFS JJC JJDP JOAS JOBS JOY JSAP JSEC JTPA KMC LABS LAC LACADA LCCA LCSW LD LDA LEA LEO LMA LMI Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (Federal) Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act Incentive for Demonstrating Excellence in Academic Standards Intoxicated Driver s Resource Center Individual Employment Plan or Individual Education Program Income Eligibility Verification System Individualized Family Service Plan (NJ Early Intervention) Intensive Family Support Services Interim Group Home II Intensive In-Community Services Independent Living Center Income Maintenance Income Maintenance Administrative Supervisor Income Maintenance Technician Immigration and Naturalization Service Intentional Program Violation (WFNJ) Individual Responsibility Plan Interpreter Referral Services Intergenerational Services Initial Service Plan or Individualized Service Plan (CMO) Individual Training Account Individual Training Grant Individual Treatment Plan Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health Care Organizations Juvenile/Family Crisis Intervention Unit Jewish Family Services Juvenile Justice Commission Juvenile Justice & Delinquency Prevention Jewish Older Adult Services Job Opportunities and Basic Skills Joining Other Youth Job Search Assistance Program Job Services Employment Committee Job Training Partnership Act Kimball Medical Center Local Advisory Boards (Health Department) Replaces Health Systems Agencies Licensed Associate Counselor Local Advisory Committee on Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Lead Child Care Agencies Licensed Clinical Social Worker Learning Disabled Local Distribution Agencies (food bank) Local Education Agencies Local Elected Official Labor Market Analyst/Analysis Labor Market Information

10 M LOC LOCCS LOF LOS LPA LPC LRR LTCIP LVA LVER M&M MA MADD MAP MAPSS MARC MASH MASK MBA MBO MCA MCO MDO MDT MH MHA MHB MHSH MI MICA MIS MO MOU MR MRSS MSA MSAI MSFW MSW MWA MWD Level of Care Line of Credit Control System (HUD) Level of Functioning Length of Stay or Levels of Service Licensed Public Accountant Licensed Professional Counselor Legally Responsible Relative Long Term Chronically Impaired Program Literacy Volunteers of America Local Veteran s Employment Representative Mandatory & Matching Funds Medical Assistance Mothers Against Drunk Driving Management Assistance Program Municipal Alliance Plan Steering Subcommittee Multi-Access Resource Center Mutual Aid Self Help Group Middle After School Kare Maximum Benefit Amount (UI) Management By Objectives Maximum Coupon Allotment Managed Care Organization Medicaid District Office Multi-Disciplinary Team Multiple Handicaps or Mental Health Mental Health Association Mental Health Board Mental Health Services for the Homeless (block grant program) Mental Illness or Mentally Ill Mentally Ill Chemical Abusers Management Information System Medicaid Only Memorandum of Understanding Mentally Retarded Mobile Response & Stabilization Services Metropolitan Statistical Area Mandatory Substance Abuse Initiative Migrant and Seasonal Farm Workers Masters Degree in Social Work Municipal Welfare Agency Municipal Welfare Department N NA NAACP NAB NAD NAFTA NAGLO Narcotics Anonymous or Neurotics Anonymous National Association for Advancement of Colored People National Alliance of Business National Association of Deaf North American Free Trade Agreement National Association of Government Labor Officials

11 NAHA NAMI NJ NAP NAR-ANON NAWIB NCADD NCP NF NGA NHLBI NI NICHCY NIDCD NJAC NJACRF NJALL NJAMHA NJBEA NJCFS NJCK NJCSOCI NJICC NJIEI NJN NJOV NJPA NJSA NJSES NJSFSP NJYC NLRB NMWP NOFA NOICC NOO NOS NOW NPA NPAFS NPP NRA NRS NSSB COMMONLY USED ACRONYMS National Affordable Housing Act National Alliance on Mental Illness, New Jersey National Apprenticeship Program Narcotics Anonymous National Association of Workforce Investment Boards National Council on Alcohol and Drug Dependence Non-Custodial Parent Nursing Facility (Nursing Home) National Governors Association National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute Neurologically Impaired National Information Center for Children and Youth With Disabilities National Institute on Deafness & Other Communications Disorders New Jersey Administrative Code or New Jersey Association of Counties New Jersey Association of Children s Residential Facilities New Jersey Association of Lifelong Learning New Jersey Association of Mental Health Agencies New Jersey Business Education Association New Jersey Comprehensive Financial System New Jersey Cares for Kids (Child Care Program) New Jersey Children s System of Care Initiative New Jersey Interagency Coordinating Council New Jersey Integrated Employment Initiative New Jersey Network New Jersey Office of Volunteerism New Jersey Protection and Advocacy (Mental Health) New Jersey Statues (annotated) New Jersey State Employment Service New Jersey State Food Stamp Program New Jersey Youth Corps National Labor Relations Board National Migrant Worker Program Notice of Funds Availability (Federal) National Occupational Information Coordinating Committee Notice of Obligation Not Otherwise Specified (used in DSM-IV diagnoses) National Organization for Women Non-Public Assistance Non-Public Assistance Food Stamps Notice of Privacy Practices National Rehabilitation Association National Reporting System National Skills Standard Board O OAA OAL OCAC OCBOSS OCC Old Age Assistance Office Of Administrative Law Office of Child Abuse Control (DYFS; now SCR) Ocean County Board of Social Services Ocean County College

12 OCD OCS OCCA OCDOVIA OCEAN, Inc. OCHETS OCSE OCT OCVTS OEL OH OHS OIT OJJDP OJT OLS OMB OMEGA OMHS OP OPMRDD OPRA OSAP OSCC OSHA OSOS OSPIP OT OTC COMMONLY USED ACRONYMS Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Office of Children s Services (was under DHS, is now DCF) Ocean County Council of Agencies Ocean County Directors of Volunteers in Agencies Ocean Community Economic Action Now, Inc. Ocean County Handicapped & Elderly Transportation Services Office of Child Support Enforcement Office of Customized Training Ocean County Vocational Technical School One Ease E-Link Orthopedically Handicapped Office of Human Services Office of Information Technology Office of Juvenile Justice & Delinquency Prevention On the Job Training Office of Legislative Services Office of Management and Budget Online Management of Economic Goal Achievement Ocean Mental Health Services Outpatient Office for Prevention of Mental Retardation & Developmental Disabilities Open Public Records Act Office of Substance Abuse Prevention One Stop Career Center Occupational Safety and Health Administration One Stop Operating System One-Stop Process Improvement Project Occupational Therapy Occupational Training Center P PA PAAD PAC PACADA PACT PAIMI PAIR PAL PAM PAP PASA PASP PASS PATH PB PBH PC PCA PCS Public Assistance Pharmaceutical Assistance to the Aged and Disabled Professional Advisory Committee to the Mental Health Board Providers Advisory Committee on Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Program in Assertive Community Treatment Protection and Advocacy for Individuals with Mental Illness Protection and Advocacy for Individual Rights Participant Allowance Public Assistance Manual (DFD) Pharmaceutical Assistance Program People Against Spouse Abuse Personal Attendants Services Program (DYFS) Plan to Achieve Self Support (SSA) Projects for Assistance from Transitional Housing (Program) Procedural Bulletin Preferred Behavioral Health Partial Care Personal Care Assistant (NJ) Preferred Children s Services

13 Q R PDD PE PEOSH PESS PET PH PHA PHI PI PIC PIL PIN PIP PL PLS PMS PNA POS PPO PRIDE PRS PRWOA PSA PSG PTSD PUSH PWF QA QAPI QC QCMR QEA RAP RCHF REIC RFA RFC RFP RFQ RHCF RIF RLI RMO RO ROE RRC RRP Pervasive Developmental Disorder Presumptive Eligibility Public Employees Occupational Health & Safety Program Psychiatric Emergency Screening Services Parent Effectiveness Training Preschool Handicapped Public Housing Authority Protected Health Information Perceptually Impaired or Program Instruction Private Industry Council Project for Independent Living Personal Identification Number Psychiatric Intervention Program Public Law Parent Locator Service Performance Management System Personal Needs Allowance Point of Service Preferred Provider Organization Parents Realizing Independence, Dignity, and Empowerment Protective Services Personal Responsibility & Work Opportunities, Reconciliation Act 1996 Public Service Announcements Professional Service Group Post Traumatic Stress Disorder People United for Self Help Public Welfare Foundation Quality Assurance Quality Assurance Performance Improvement Quality Control Quarterly Contract Monitoring Report Quality Education Act Section 8 Rental Assistance Program (Moderate Rehabilitation) Rutgers Community Health Foundation Regional Early Intervention Collaborative Request for Applications (National Institutes of Health) Request for Continuation ($ for multi-year program) Request for Proposal Request for Qualifications Residential Health Care Facility Reduction in Force Request for Letters of Intent Regional Mobile Outreach Re-Employment Orientation Report of Expenditures Regional Resource Center Refugee Resettlement Program

14 RRT RSVP RTC Regional Response Team Retired Senior Volunteer Program Residential Treatment Centers (DHS/DYFS) S SAAI SAC SACC SADD SAI SAIL SAMHSA SAP SASCA SAT SBA SBR SBS SBYSP SCALES SCANS SCIP SCR SDA SE SEA SED SES SESA SETC SFSS SFY SHIP SHSAC SIC SICC SJI SLD SLEPA SLIAG SMI SNAP SNF SPACE SPAN SPRU SPSA SRC SRO Substance Abuse Awareness Initiative Substance Awareness Coordinator School Aged Child Care Students Against Drunk Driving Substance Abuse Initiative Shore Adolescent Independent Living Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Substance Abuse Professional Spanish American Social Cultural Association Specific Aptitude Test Small Business Administration Supplemental Budget Request School Based Services School Based Youth Services Program State Council for Adult Literacy and Education Services Secretary s Commission on Achieving Necessary Skills Screening Crisis Intervention Program Statewide Central Registry (DYFS Hotline) Service Delivery Area Supported Employment Self-Employment Assistance Program Seriously Emotionally Disturbed Senior Executive Service State Employment Security Agency NJ State Employment & Training Commission Strengthening Families Through Social Services State Fiscal Year Senior Health Insurance Program State Human Services Advisory Council Standard Industrial Classification State Interagency Coordinating Council South Jersey Initiative (DAS) Standard Language Document (DHS) State Law Enforcement Prevention Act or State Law Enforcement Planning Agency State Legislation Impact Assistance grant Seriously Mentally Ill Special Needs Advocates for Parents Skilled Nursing Facility Statewide Parents Association for Children s Efforts Statewide Parents Advocacy Network Special Response Unit (DYFS) Specialized Programs for Sexual Abuse Systems Review Committee or State Rehabilitation Council Single Room Occupancy, South Regional Office or School Resource Officer

15 T U SSA SSBG SSD SSDI SSH SSI SSN SSW STAR STC STCF STD STEP STOP SUA SUB TAC TAG TANF TANP TAPP TDD TDI TEAM TEAMS TEFAP THP TJTC TLC TLP TMR TOPPS TPA TPH TQI TRA TRAP TRE TT TTY TWAG UCFE UCX UEZ UI UM Social Security Administration Social Service Block Grant Social Security Disability Social Security Disability Insurance Social Services for the Homeless ($) Supplemental Security Income (DFD) Social Security Number Social Service Worker Statewide Teamwork for Abused Runaways or Systematic Training for Affirmative Relationships School to Career (formerly School To Work) Short Term Care Facility Sexually Transmitted Disease Systematic Training for Effective Parenting Serious Targeted Offenders Program Supplemental Unemployment Assistance Supplemental Unemployment Benefits Technical Assistance Center Tuition Assistance Grants Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Technical Assistance for Needy People Teenage Parenting Program Telecommunication Device for the Deaf Temporary Disability Insurance (UI) Teens Educating About Misuse To Encourage Achievement Through Mutual Sharing The Emergency Food Assistance Program Transitional Housing Program Targeted Jobs Tax Credit Traumatic Loss Coalition Transitional Living Program Trainable Mentally Retarded Training Options for Pregnant/Parenting Students Third Party Administration Trenton Psychiatric Hospital Total Quality Improvement Trade Readjustment Act Temporary Rental Assistance Program Training Related Expense Text Telephone Telecommunications for the Deaf To Work Advisory Group Unemployment Compensation for Federal Employees Unemployment Compensation for Ex-Servicemen Urban Enterprise Zone Unemployment Insurance Utilization Management

16 UMDNJ UPSTATE USC USDOL USES USIA USTF COMMONLY USED ACRONYMS University of Medicine & Dentistry of New Jersey Early Periodic Screening, Diagnosis and Treatment United States Code United States Department of Labor United States Employment Service US Information Agency Unified Services Transaction Form V W Y VA VAC VNA VO VOA VOCA VOP WAA WAR WBR WC WC WDP WE WFN WFNJ WHM WIA WIA DW WIASRD WIB WIC WIG WLP WNJ WNJPIN WSP WTW WTWC YAP YCM YCS YES YIC YIP YSAC YSC Veterans Administration Volunteer Action Center Visiting Nurse Association Value Options of NJ Volunteers of America Victims of Crime Act Violation of Probation Worker Adjustment Assistance Women Against Rage or Women Against Rape Weekly Benefit Rate Women s Commission Workers Compensation Workforce Development Partnership Program Worker Experience Workforce New Jersey Work First New Jersey (welfare reform) Women s Health Month Workforce Investment Act of 1998 Workforce Investment Act Dislocated Worker Workforce Investment Act Student Record Data Workforce Investment Board Women, Infant and Children Work Incentive Grant Workforce Literacy Program Workforce New Jersey Workforce New Jersey Public Information Network Work Supplementation Program Welfare to Work Welfare to Work Collaborative Youth Advocate Program Youth Case Management Youth Consultation Services Youth Empowerment System Youth Investment Council Youth Incentive Program Youth Services Advisory Council Youth Services Commission

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