The New Jersey Center for Tourette Syndrome is a not-for-profit organization committed to the advocacy of children and families with Tourette Syndrome and its associated disorders (ADHD, OCD, anxiety, etc.). NJCTS provides referrals for medical diagnosis, treatment and psychological services; coordinated family support among partner and community organizations; and education and training at medical schools and universities to develop a new generation of professionals who are knowledgeable about TS and its associated disorders. The NJCTS Youth Advocate Program provides support, leadership, networking, education, and advocacy services for young people dealing with TS. NJCTS offers Faculty In-Service Programs designed for education professionals in elementary and secondary schools across New Jersey and provides information about TS and associated disorders. The Center is committed to pushing boundaries of education, treatment, outreach, awareness, and advocacy for every child, teenager, adult, and family affected by Tourette Syndrome.
More info can be found on our website: https://njcts.org/