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Acute Child Intensive OutpatientThe Latency Afternoon Hospital Program (Acute Child IOP) provides psychiatric services to children ages 6-11, who are able to return to the community but continue to require significant clinical intervention. You will participate in a variety of therapies as recommended by your treatment team, which may include any of the following: Community meetings, Crisis Counseling, Individual Therapy, Creative Arts Therapy, Medication Education,Activities Therapy and Family Therapy. Middlesex CountyUniversity Behavioral Healthcare-UBHCRutgers University Behavioral Health Care
Adolescent Addiction Intensive Outpatientaccepts both boys and girls who are still attending school but are in need of substance abuse counseling services. Individual treatment planning determines the number of days a client will participate with services being offered Monday -Friday from 4:00 PM until 7:00 PM. ASAM level 2.1 9 or more hours of service/week (adults); 6 or more hours/week (adolescents) to treat multidimensional instability. Essex CountyAddiction OutpatientNewark Renaissance House
Adolescent Addiction Intensive Outpatientaccepts both boys and girls in need of substance abuse and mental health services. Level of care is determined on an individual basis and all clients receive a psychiatric consult and medication monitoring if needed. This program utilizes a graduated level system and provides individualized treatment planning. ASAM level 2.1 9 or more hours of service/week (adults); 6 or more hours/week (adolescents) to treat multidimensional instability. Essex CountyAddiction OutpatientNewark Renaissance House
Adolescent Addiction OutpatientOutpatient Department offers consumers� traditional services such as initial evaluation and treatment plans including therapy and medication management. Consumers in this program typically seek treatment for anxiety, stress management, grief and loss, and other more persistent mental illnesses. ASAM level 1 Less than 9 hours of service/week(adults); less than 6 hours/week (adolescents) for recovery or motivational enhancement therapies/strategies.Hudson CountyOutpatientHoboken University Medical Center
Adolescent Addiction OutpatientProject Impact provides treatment and support services for high risk children and youth who have demonstrated sexually assaultive or potentially assaultive behavior. ASAM level 1 Less than 9 hours of service/week(adults); less than 6 hours/week (adolescents) for recovery or motivational enhancement therapies/strategies.Hudson CountyOutpatientHoboken University Medical Center
Adolescent Addiction OutpatientProject Safe provides treatment plans including individual and group therapy where sexual abuse has occurred. ASAM level 1 Less than 9 hours of service/week(adults); less than 6 hours/week (adolescents) for recovery or motivational enhancement therapies/strategies.Hudson CountyOutpatientHoboken University Medical Center
Adolescent Addiction OutpatientOutpatient Department offers consumers� traditional services such as initial evaluation and treatment plans including therapy and medication management. Consumers in this program typically seek treatment for anxiety, stress management, grief and loss, and other more persistent mental illnesses. ASAM level 1 Less than 9 hours of service/week(adults); less than 6 hours/week (adolescents) for recovery or motivational enhancement therapies/strategies.Hudson CountyOutpatientHoboken University Medical Center
Adolescent Addiction OutpatientThe PALS Program, a joint program of the New Jersey Association on Correction�s Passaic County Women�s Center and the Jewish Family Service Division of the Jewish Federation of Greater Clifton-Passaic, is designed to assist the primary and secondary victims of the crime of domestic violence � mothers and children � in understanding the dynamics of victimization and ameliorating the long-term effects of victimization on the children. Services will be provided to children age 2 through 18 who have resided in a domestic violence shelter or have been identified in outpatient treatment and community outreach settings as witnesses to or victims of domestic violence. Services include Assessment, Engagement, Intervention, Outreach and Utilization of resources � a comprehensive assessment and treatment program using case management, art and play therapy and psychiatric consultation. ASAM level 1 Less than 9 hours of service/week(adults); less than 6 hours/week (adolescents) for recovery or motivational enhancement therapies/strategies.Passaic CountyOutpatientJewish Family and Children Services
Adolescent Addiction OutpatientOutpatient Department offers consumers� traditional services such as initial evaluation and treatment plans including therapy and medication management. Consumers in this program typically seek treatment for anxiety, stress management, grief and loss, and other more persistent mental illnesses. ASAM level 1 Less than 9 hours of service/week(adults); less than 6 hours/week (adolescents) for recovery or motivational enhancement therapies/strategies.Passaic CountyOutpatientJewish Family and Children Services
Adolescent Addiction OutpatientOur professional licensed clinical social workers (all have the professional designation LCSW) provide a wide range of Individual and Family Counseling services. These problems may range from those affecting young children, married couples, singles, gay people, alcoholics, marital discord, gambling and drug addictions, and senior adults. After an intake session, we provide short-term treatment and referrals for adults and children suffering from anxiety and depressive disorders. Psychiatric evaluations are available when necessary. These disorders may come from any source. Our counseling fees are on a sliding scale and based on the ability to pay. No one is ever refused service. Managed care, Employee Assistance Plan referrals (provided by many corporations), and most insurance plans are accepted. ASAM level 1 Less than 9 hours of service/week(adults); less than 6 hours/week (adolescents) for recovery or motivational enhancement therapies/strategies.Monmouth CountyOutpatientJewish Family & Children's Service of Greater Monmouth County
Adolescent Addiction OutpatientOur professional licensed clinical social workers (all have the professional designation LCSW) provide a wide range of Individual and Family Counseling services. These problems may range from those affecting young children, married couples, singles, gay people, alcoholics, marital discord, gambling and drug addictions, and senior adults. After an intake session, we provide short-term treatment and referrals for adults and children suffering from anxiety and depressive disorders. Psychiatric evaluations are available when necessary. These disorders may come from any source. Our counseling fees are on a sliding scale and based on the ability to pay. No one is ever refused service. Managed care, Employee Assistance Plan referrals (provided by many corporations), and most insurance plans are accepted. ASAM level 1 Less than 9 hours of service/week(adults); less than 6 hours/week (adolescents) for recovery or motivational enhancement therapies/strategies.Monmouth CountyOutpatientJewish Family & Children's Service of Greater Monmouth County
Adolescent Addiction OutpatientOur professional licensed clinical social workers (all have the professional designation LCSW) provide a wide range of Individual and Family Counseling services. These problems may range from those affecting young children, married couples, singles, gay people, alcoholics, marital discord, gambling and drug addictions, and senior adults. After an intake session, we provide short-term treatment and referrals for adults and children suffering from anxiety and depressive disorders. Psychiatric evaluations are available when necessary. These disorders may come from any source. Our counseling fees are on a sliding scale and based on the ability to pay. No one is ever refused service. Managed care, Employee Assistance Plan referrals (provided by many corporations), and most insurance plans are accepted. ASAM level 1 Less than 9 hours of service/week(adults); less than 6 hours/week (adolescents) for recovery or motivational enhancement therapies/strategies.Monmouth CountyOutpatientJewish Family & Children's Service of Greater Monmouth County
Adolescent Addiction OutpatientThe Outpatient Department serves a wide range of consumers including persons experiencing life difficulties, those who have serious mental illness, children and families referred because of abuse and neglect, adult and adolescent substance abusers, older adults, emotionally disturbed adolescents, persons involved with the courts. ASAM level 1 Less than 9 hours of service/week(adults); less than 6 hours/week (adolescents) for recovery or motivational enhancement therapies/strategies. Burlington CountyOutpatientThe Lester A. Drenk Behavioral Health Center
Adolescent Addiction OutpatientAlcohol/drug assessments, individual and family therapy, co-dependency program, adolescent and young children groups, adult children of alcoholics, family education program. After care services are available for adults and adolescents and their families after rehabilitation program is completed. Adolescent early intervention program and adolescent intensive outpatient program. ASAM level 1 Less than 9 hours of service/week(adults); less than 6 hours/week (adolescents) for recovery or motivational enhancement therapies/strategies. Somerset CountySubstance AbuseCatholic Charties, Diocese of Metuchen
Adolescent Addiction OutpatientIndividual, group and family therapy provided by qualified psychiatrists, psychologists, and clinical social workers. Offers treatment for a wide range of emotional disorders including anxiety, depression. Marital counseling, family therapy and treatment for other problems of daily living are also available. ASAM level 1 Less than 9 hours of service/week(adults); less than 6 hours/week (adolescents) for recovery or motivational enhancement therapies/strategies. Middlesex CountyThe George J. Otlowski, Sr. Center for Mental HealthRaritan Bay Medical Center
Adolescent After-School Intensive Outpatient ProgramThe Adolescent After-School Program (13 to 18 years old) is designed for adolescents with psychiatric problems and/or substance abuse that significantly impair functioning at school or at home. Adolescents attend the three hour program from 3:30pm - 6:30pm three days per week. Transportation is available to pick up students from schools within defined areas. Middlesex CountyOutpatientPrinceton House Behavioral Health
Adolescent After-School Intensive Outpatient ProgramThe Adolescent After-School Program (13 to 18 years old) is designed for adolescents with psychiatric problems and/or substance abuse that significantly impair functioning at school or at home. Adolescents attend the three hour program from 3:30pm - 6:30pm three days per week. Transportation is available to pick up students from schools within defined areas. Mercer CountyOutpatientPrinceton House Behavioral Health
Adolescent/Child OutpatientOutpatient Department offers consumers traditional services such as initial evaluation and treatment plans including therapy and medication management. Consumers in this program typically seek treatment for anxiety, stress management, grief and loss, and other more persistent mental illnesses.Essex CountyOutpatientJewish Family Service of Metrowest-Main Office
Adolescent Crisis Intervention Program-ACIPAdolescent Crisis Intervention Program (ACIP), delivers intensive in-home counseling to develop the coping skills of teenagers and their families dealing with high-risk behaviors and family conflict. Essex CountyCommunity Based ProgramFamily Connections
Adolescent OffenderClinical Services for Sexual Abusers (CSSA) - designed to prevent further child sexual abuse and assault through assessment and treatment of adolescent sexual offenders.Morris CountyOutpatientSaint Clare's Hospital
Adolescent/Young Adult ServicesThe Inpatient Programs at Children's Specialized Hospital provide comprehensive rehabilitation services to meet the unique needs of patients ages 14 to 21 years with a variety of traumatic and acquired injuries. The programs are designed to meet the needs of patients at all levels of cognitive awareness and physical abilities. Union CountyInpatientChildren's Specialized Hosptial
Advent Counseling CenterMany issues and conditions may create stress in the course of daily life. Christian Health Care Counseling Center can help clients learn coping skills needed to continue to function in all areas in the community, work, school, relationships, church, etc. A wide range of programs that lends itself to outpatient care is addressed through private and family therapy sessions, support groups, and educational-resource materials. Professional counselors and physicians assess and treat individuals with a variety of problems. Somerset CountyMental Health ServicesChristian Health Care Center
AftercareAftercare provides counseling and case management for youths returning to the community following incarceration due to crimes including assault, car theft, robbery, and drug sales - coordinated with the courts, probation, and parole. Essex CountyCommunity Based ProgramFamily Connections
After School AcademyThe After School Academy is made up of 1st through 8th grade students, who receive homework assistance, and overall educational enrichment from a highly trained and motivated staff. The children receive a snack and free time, as well as a daily schedule of fun and engaging activities. Mercer CountyYouth Services ProgramLawrence Neighborhood Service Center
After School Intensive Group Treatment MilieuAfter School Intensive Group Treatment Milieu: adolescents participate in group treatment 2 afternoons and early evenings each week in addition to family therapy. Parents expected to participate in biweekly parent support groups and family therapy.Somerset CountyAfter School Intensive Group Treatment Milieu & the Family Therapy Clinic'sRichard Hall Community MHC
Alcohol and Substance Abuse Programs for YouthEarly Intervention Program Provides prevention strategies, counseling, and referral services to adolescents of Camden County. The program also equips adolescents and parents with important skills to cope with peer pressure, establish goals, and achieve a support system. Finally, the program provides Camden County residents with updated educational materials on Drugs, Alcohol, HIV/AIDS, and D.W.I. Camden CountyCamden County Health & Human ServicesCamden County Health & Human Services
AlternativesIn-home counseling, services include case management, family therapy and psychiatric services. Services also include substance abuse evaluation and the intoxicated driver resource center. Children/Adolescents under the age of 18.Warren CountyMental Health AssistanceCatholic Charties, Diocese of Metuchen
Alternatives for YouthOutpatient counseling services for children at risk of psychiatric hospitalization. Services include family, marital, individual, play therapies; psychiatric evaluations. Children/Adolescents under the age of 18.Warren CountyMental Health AssistanceCatholic Charties, Diocese of Metuchen
ANISEis an innovative program for at-risk youth, ages 12-18 in Franklin Township. This program utilizes various recreational activities combined with counseling.Somerset CountyANISEFamily & Community Services of Somerset County
Anxiety TreatmentThe West Bergen Center for Children and Youth offers a specialized, short-term program designed to help children who are experiencing significant anxiety, alleviate their symptoms. Anxiety disorders are among the most common mental health problems that affect children and adults. Anxiety presents in many different ways and requires careful evaluation to determine the best course of treatment. Our team of highly skilled therapists utilize the most current and clinically efficacious treatment to help children master current difficulties and develop greater coping skills for the future.Bergen CountyWest Bergen Center for Children & YouthWest Bergen Mental Healthcare
Arab American CounselingOutpatient Department offers consumers traditional services such as initial evaluation and treatment plans including therapy, individual, family, couples and group. Consumers in this program typically seek treatment for anxiety, stress management, grief and loss, and other more persistent mental illnesses.Passaic CountyArab American CounselingMental Health Association of Passaic County
Aspergers ServicesWest Bergens Aspergers Services offers a broad range of highly specialized programs for children and adolescents with Asperger-related symptoms. These include Asperger Syndrome, High Functioning Autism, Pervasive Developmental Disorder - NOS, and Non-Verbal learning Disabilities. Treatment consists of small groups, led by two or more facilitators. The focus of each group is to teach, model, reinforce and internalize essential and appropriate social skills behavior. Bergen CountyWest Bergen Center for Children & YouthWest Bergen Mental Healthcare
Attention Deficit and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity DisordersAttention Deficit and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorders are common mental health problems that can develop in children. At the Center for Children and Youth we offer behavioral therapy groups in which children can learn new skills that make it easier to deal with relationships, rules, limits and choices. We also work with families to improve communication and teach better coping techniques. When appropriate, medication which may help improve a childs ability to pay attention and stay on task is also available. West Bergen Center for Children & YouthWest Bergen Mental Healthcare
Autism CenterThe Autism Center of Excellence at Children's Specialized Hospital works with children from birth through 21 years of age, who have an autism spectrum disorder (Autism, Asperger's Syndrome, Pervasive Developmental Disorder, Childhood Disintegrative Disorder or Rett's Syndrome). The Center is dedicated to improving the lives of children, adolescents and families with autism spectrum disorders by providing comprehensive evaluations, treatment, community education and research. We are one of the few Centers in New Jersey to provide coordinated multidisciplinary care for children, adolescents and families affected by an autism spectrum disorder. Union CountyPsychological ServicesChildren's Specialized Hosptial
Autism Society of AmericaAutism Society of America (ASA) is the leading voice and resource of the entire autism community in education, advocacy, services, research and support. The ASA is committed to meaningful participation and self-determination in all aspects of life for individuals on the autism spectrum and their families. ASA accomplishes its ongoing mission through close collaboration with a successful network of chapters, members and supporters.StatewideAutism Society of AmericaAutism Society of America
Back On TrackThe Back On Track program, which operates in conjunction with the Trenton Police Department, provides an alternative to Family Court for young people, ages 917, who have committed one minor offense. The program, which takes place after school and during the summer, offers group and individual counseling, educational and cultural enrichment, and recreation and community service after school as well as during the summer. It provides safe, pro-social activities for young people.Mercer CountyYouth ServicesMercer Street Friends Center
Bayside at Berkeleyoffers an intensive treatment program that offers a variety of clinical services and therapeutic activities based upon the assessed treatment needs of each adolescent. Psychiatric evaluations and assessments, medication monitoring, individual and group counseling, family therapy, case management and many other services are provided to help reach treatment goals. Ocean CountyOutpatientOcean Mental Health Services, Inc.
Care Management OrganizationsCare management organizations (CMO’s) are agencies that provide a full range of treatment and support services to children with the most complex needs. They work with child-family teams to develop individualized service plans. The CMO’s goals are to keep children in their homes, their schools and their communities. Find contact information for CMO's County Offices please click on website below. StatewideDepartment of Children and FamiliesDepartment of Children and Families
Case ManagementHomeFront provides intensive case management to all of its families. The primary focus of HomeFront's case management program is to help clients acquire and maintain permanent housing. Mercer CountyHomefront ProgramsHomefront
Case ManagementPromotes health, development, and independence of clients while optimizing the distribution and utilization of limited fiscal and professional resources. Bergen CountyNew Jersey BuddiesBuddies of New Jersey, Inc.
Child/Adolescent Anger ManagementThe goal of our Anger Management Program is to teach the individual how to become mindful of his or her anger, and to learn different ways to express it in a healthy and communicative manner.Union CountyChild/Adolescent Anger ManagementUnited Family & Children's Society
Child/Adolescent Case ManagementThe Family Center Resource Counselor provides a comprehensive assessment of the client's needs and problems and makes appropriate suggestions for services within the Family Center of Community. The Resource Counselor also helps the client gain access and locate these services and, when appropriate, serves as an advocate for the client's rights. The Resource Counselor is responsible for case management and care coordination for services that are of a non-medical nature, inclusive of but not limited to mental health, substance abuse counseling, housing assistance, and information and referral services. Atlantic CountyPleasantville Family CenterFamily Service Association
Child/Adolescent Counseling - KidsafeCounseling for children 5-17 years of age who have experienced violence in the home. The effects of violence on children are devastating. They are the "silent" and often unintended victims caught in the middle of a situation beyond their control and understanding. Children may develop psychological, behavioral and emotional difficulties as a result of witnessing violence. Atlantic CountyThe Violence Intervention ProgramThe Atlantic County Women's Center
Child/Adolescent Crisis ServicesCrisis Services for Children are available though the University Hospital emergency room, the UBHC outpatient clinic, and the child mobile outreach services. These services are designed to provide immediate mental health assessments and linkage to appropriate treatment. Children are evaluated and treated in the crisis services for a wide range of acute psychiatric symptoms. Essex CountyUniversity Behavioral Healthcare-UBHCRutgers University Behavioral Health Care
Child/Adolescent Diagnostic FacilitiesMany of the children referred to the Residential Services programs have experienced severe trauma in their childhood due to abuse or neglect. Many have been exposed to drugs and alcohol as a result of the addictions of their parents. Many have not received proper medical care. Add to this multiple placements in foster homes and hospital settings and a picture emerges of an angry and troubled youth with nowhere to go. At the Central Region Assessment and Referral Center in Bridgewater and Nicholas House in Jackson, the emphasis is placed on administering comprehensive diagnostic assessments and teaching youth new coping strategies, anger management and communication skills. The goal is to discharge clients to the least restrictive setting possible.Middlesex CountyResidential DivisionCatholic Charties, Diocese of Metuchen
Child/Adolescent Diagnostic FacilitiesMany of the children referred to the Residential Services programs have experienced severe trauma in their childhood due to abuse or neglect. Many have been exposed to drugs and alcohol as a result of the addictions of their parents. Many have not received proper medical care. Add to this multiple placements in foster homes and hospital settings and a picture emerges of an angry and troubled youth with nowhere to go. At the Central Region Assessment and Referral Center in Bridgewater and Nicholas House in Jackson, the emphasis is placed on administering comprehensive diagnostic assessments and teaching youth new coping strategies, anger management and communication skills. The goal is to discharge clients to the least restrictive setting possible.Somerset CountyResidential DivisionCatholic Charties, Diocese of Metuchen
Child/Adolescent In HomeCenter For Family Services recognizes that each family has unique issues facing them. We provide specialized counseling and support services to help families balance their lives and meet the demands that surface within their homes. Our programs create pathways for families to follow. These pathways lead to better communication and less conflict. Gloucester CountyCommunity Based ProgramCenter for Family Services
Child/Adolescent In HomeCenter For Family Services recognizes that each family has unique issues facing them. We provide specialized counseling and support services to help families balance their lives and meet the demands that surface within their homes. Our programs create pathways for families to follow. These pathways lead to better communication and less conflict. Camden CountyCommunity Based ProgramCenter for Family Services
Child/Adolescent In-HomeIn-Home Counseling provides individual and family treatment to children and adolescents who are at risk for out-of-home placement, and for those families for whom traditional outpatient treatment has not met their needs. A needs assessment will be completed to determine if this treatment modality is appropriate. All services are delivered in the home setting and are available to families who reside in Monmouth County.Monmouth CountyAccess CenterCPC Behavioral Healthcare
Child/Adolescent In-HomeThe Outreach, Home-Visiting and Advocacy/Community Care Program is a community-based, family oriented, specialized outpatient mental health service for twenty five seriously emotionally disturbed Passaic County youths (and their families). The primary target is children who are returning home from a psychiatric hospitalization, although at-risk children can be referred by Youth Case Management, DYFS, residential facilities, etc. The Program has been in operation continuously since 1982.Passaic CountyOutpatientMental Health Clinic of Passaic
Child/Adolescent Intensive Outpatient ServicesAdolescents between the ages of 13-18 attend groups three times weekly that are designed to address the particular needs of their age group (anticipated start date is July). Middlesex CountyUniversity Behavioral Healthcare-UBHCRutgers University Behavioral Health Care
Child/Adolescent Interim MedicationAs a step down from a psychiatric hospitalization or Crisis visit, or to prevent hospitalization or use of Crisis, this service provides evaluation for medication, follow up prescriptions, short-term medication monitoring, and coordination of services with other providers. These services are �interim� or short term only, intended to stabilize the client while they are awaiting their first appointment with their permanent community provider. Since its inception, IMS has expanded from only serving children to serving adults as well. Camden CountyOutpatientTwin Oaks Community Services
Child/Adolescent Male ResidentialTLC provides emergency shelter for boys ages 10-17 who are awaiting long-term placement. Designed to help stabilize youth, TLC creates a safe, home-like environment and works with community partners to find a more permanent home that will provide stability, safety and support. Counselors provide individual, group and family counseling, life and social skills education, recreation activities, and youth advocacy and case management. Camden CountyResidentialCenter for Family Services
Child/Adolescent Medication MonitoringPsychiatric Nurses at Irvington Counseling Center administer injectable medications for our clients.Essex CountyOutpatientIrvington Counseling Center
Child/Adolescent NewStartThis partial care program is designed to meet the needs of youth who do not require inpatient psychiatric hospitalization but require more structure than outpatient therapy can deliver. Staff provides highly individualized treatment to at-risk children. (Serves Union and Essex Counties) Union CountyServ Centers of NJServ Behavioral Health System
Child & Adolescent OupatientWe offer individual, family, group counseling for child and adolescent.Passaic CountyChild & Adolescent OutpatientWayne Township Counseling Center
Child/Adolescent OupatientComprehensive Behavioral Healthcare, Inc. offers outpatient drug and alcohol abuse services. Specially trained clinicians assist clients in addressing the problems of addiction in individual or group settings.Bergen CountyOutpatientComprehensive Behavioral Healthcare, Inc.
Child/Adolescent OuptatientIndividual and family counseling for participants of all ages to develop the insights and coping skills they need to strengthen their individual and family health and success. Essex CountyOutpatientFamily Connections
Child/Adolescent OutpatientProvides comprehensive mental health, substance abuse, medication management, and vocational services to Mercer County adults who are seeking help in their recovery. A varied menu of individualized program services promotes independent functioning, life skills training, symptom management, relapse prevention, preparation for work, and the ability to function better in social situations. The New Choices program serves adolescents with substance abuse and behavioral problems. Program services are designed to improve personal, academic, and family functioning. Mercer CountyAccess CenterCatholic Charities Diocese of Trenton
Child/Adolescent Outpatientprovide children, teens and families with hope, relying on a strength-based model of treatment. Treatment is tailored toward the individual needs of the child and his/her family. We provide treatment for a variety of problems including anxiety, depression, ADHD, and substance abuse, among others. Once a service plan is developed, a client can see a therapist in a comfortable, private office in one of our convenient locations. We offer day, evening and Saturday appointments.Monmouth CountyAccess CenterCPC Behavioral Healthcare
Child/Adolescent Outpatientprovide children, teens and families with hope, relying on a strength-based model of treatment. Treatment is tailored toward the individual needs of the child and his/her family. We provide treatment for a variety of problems including anxiety, depression, ADHD, and substance abuse, among others. Once a service plan is developed, a client can see a therapist in a comfortable, private office in one of our convenient locations. We offer day, evening and Saturday appointments.Monmouth CountyAccess CenterCPC Behavioral Healthcare
Child/Adolescent Outpatientprovide children, teens and families with hope, relying on a strength-based model of treatment. Treatment is tailored toward the individual needs of the child and his/her family. We provide treatment for a variety of problems including anxiety, depression, ADHD, and substance abuse, among others. Once a service plan is developed, a client can see a therapist in a comfortable, private office in one of our convenient locations. We offer day, evening and Saturday appointments.Monmouth CountyAccess CenterCPC Behavioral Healthcare
Child/Adolescent Outpatientprovide children, teens and families with hope, relying on a strength-based model of treatment. Treatment is tailored toward the individual needs of the child and his/her family. We provide treatment for a variety of problems including anxiety, depression, ADHD, and substance abuse, among others. Once a service plan is developed, a client can see a therapist in a comfortable, private office in one of our convenient locations. We offer day, evening and Saturday appointments.Monmouth CountyAccess CenterCPC Behavioral Healthcare
Child/Adolescent Outpatientprovides individual, marital, couples, family psychotherapy and counseling; group therapy; psychological testing; psychiatric consults, evaluations and medication monitoring. Ocean CountyAccess CenterPreferred Behavioral Health of NJ
Child/Adolescent OutpatientThe Child/Adolescent Outpatient Unit offers a full compliment of services for children, adolescents, their parents and families. Our goals are to improve communication, promote problem solving and crisis resolution, improve behavior, therapeutically stabilize seriously impaired individuals, cooperate with school systems to stabilize placements, and to facilitate family harmony.Union CountyBehavioral HealthTrinitas Hospital
Child/Adolescent OutpatientTreatment for adolescents between the ages of 13 and 17 who are experiencing serious emotional and/or behavioral difficulties at home, in school or in the community. Monmouth CountyBooker Behavioral Health CenterRiverview Medical Center
Child/Adolescent Outpatientprovides comprehensive counseling services to individuals, couples, families and groups by skilled and credentialed outpatient clinicians.Gloucester CountyCenter DivisionNew Point Behavioral Health Care
Child/Adolescent OutpatientFamily Service Association's Outpatient Department provides mental health, substance abuse counseling and psychiatry services for individuals, couples and families. The goal of this service is to provide quality confidential counseling services to promote the physical, emotional, spiritual, social, and economic well-being to persons residing in southern New Jersey. Treatment is provided by licensed clinicians and board certified psychiatrists. Atlantic CountyChild/Adolescent OutpatientFamily Service Association
Child/Adolescent OutpatientSpecialty counseling for children and adolescents with a focus on liaison to schools and other community providers. Union CountyChild/Adolescent OutpatientUnited Family & Children's Society
Child/Adolescent OutpatientServices are provided by Masters level social workers who are experienced in working with children and families. Effort is placed on providing culturally sensitive treatment.JFS Child Study Team evaluations are conducted by a team including licensed social workers, Ph.D. psychologists and learning disabilities specialists. All clinical supervisors and staff are New Jersey licensed and possess a minimum of five years of experience. In-home assessments are also provided when needed. Somerset CountyChildren's Counseling CenterJewish Family Service of Central NJ
Child/Adolescent OutpatientServices are provided by Masters level social workers who are experienced in working with children and families. Effort is placed on providing culturally sensitive treatment.JFS Child Study Team evaluations are conducted by a team including licensed social workers, Ph.D. psychologists and learning disabilities specialists. All clinical supervisors and staff are New Jersey licensed and possess a minimum of five years of experience. In-home assessments are also provided when needed. Union CountyChildren's Counseling CenterJewish Family Service of Central NJ
Child/Adolescent OutpatientServices are provided by Masters level social workers who are experienced in working with children and families. Effort is placed on providing culturally sensitive treatment.JFS Child Study Team evaluations are conducted by a team including licensed social workers, Ph.D. psychologists and learning disabilities specialists. All clinical supervisors and staff are New Jersey licensed and possess a minimum of five years of experience. In-home assessments are also provided when needed. Union CountyChildren's Counseling CenterJewish Family Service of Central NJ
Child/Adolescent OutpatientOutpatient counseling services are offered to individuals, couples and families who need the help of someone who is specially trained to understand the many problems that affect people in our contempory society. Counseling sessions are tailored to meet the needs of each person and are available by appointment.Atlantic CountyEHT Community CenterFamily Service Association
Child/Adolescent OutpatientOutpatient services include individual, family and group counseling. Psychiatric evaluations and medication management are provided for clients who are also receiving counseling through the outpatient program. Services are available in English, Spanish and American Sign Language. Mercer CountyGTBHC ProgramsGreater Trenton Behavioral HealthCare
Child/Adolescent OutpatientOutpatient services include individual, family and group counseling. Psychiatric evaluations and medication management are provided for clients who are also receiving counseling through the outpatient program. Services are available in English, Spanish and American Sign Language. Mercer CountyGTBHC ProgramsGreater Trenton Behavioral HealthCare
Child/Adolescent OutpatientMental Health Outpatient provides short term, outpatient counseling to individuals, families, and couples who may be impacted by the loss of a loved one, need guidance in parenting a troubled teen or who are experiencing the stress of unemployment. Specialized services include treatment for survivors of sexual abuse and/or domestic violence, counseling and case management for individuals suffering from a mental illness, the developmentally disabled, in-home services for the physically challenged and programs in Spanish for clients with limited English. Middlesex CountyMental Health AssistanceCatholic Charties, Diocese of Metuchen
Child/Adolescent OutpatientMental Health Outpatient provides short term, outpatient counseling to individuals, families, and couples who may be impacted by the loss of a loved one, need guidance in parenting a troubled teen or who are experiencing the stress of unemployment. Specialized services include treatment for survivors of sexual abuse and/or domestic violence, counseling and case management for individuals suffering from a mental illness, the developmentally disabled, in-home services for the physically challenged and programs in Spanish for clients with limited English. Somerset CountyMental Health AssistanceCatholic Charties, Diocese of Metuchen
Child/Adolescent Outpatientincludes an individualized treatment plan developed by a multidisciplinary team to address each patients needs. Our treatment is in a therapeutic milieu using a variety of psychotherapeutic modalities including: Individual Therapy, Group Therapy, Family Intervention, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Art Therapy. Our goal is to help the patient return to the family, job and community within the shortest time possible. Mercer CountyMental Health Treatment FacilitySt. Francis Medical Center
Child/Adolescent OutpatientOutpatient Department offers consumers traditional services such as initial evaluation and treatment plans including therapy and medication management. Consumers in this program typically seek treatment for anxiety, stress management, grief and loss, and other more persistent mental illnesses. (ages 5 and up)Monmouth CountyMonmouth Medical Center Behavioral HealthMonmouth Medical Center
Child/Adolescent OutpatientOur psychiatric staff provides evaluation, consultation and medication management services if needed. The goal of these services is to quickly improve a client's functioning and well-being.Mercer CountyOutpatientAssociation for Advancement of MH-AAMH
Child/Adolescent OutpatientOutpatient Department offers consumers traditional services such as initial evaluation and treatment plans including therapy and medication management. Consumers in this program typically seek treatment for anxiety, stress management, grief and loss, and other more persistent mental illnesses.Hudson CountyOutpatientBayonne Community Mental Health Center-CMHC
Child/Adolescent OutpatientMount Carmel Guild Behavioral Healthcare Outpatient Services provides a wide range of professional mental health assessment and treatment services to children and adolescents. Using a professional team approach, emphasis is placed on individualized assessment, goal-oriented treatment planning, periodic case review and continuity of care for clients. Hudson CountyOutpatientCatholic Charities Archdiocese of Newark-CCS
Child/Adolescent OutpatientMount Carmel Guild Behavioral Healthcare Outpatient Services provides a wide range of professional mental health assessment and treatment services to children and adolescents. Using a professional team approach, emphasis is placed on individualized assessment, goal-oriented treatment planning, periodic case review and continuity of care for clientsHudson CountyOutpatientCatholic Charities Archdiocese of Newark-CCS
Child/Adolescent OutpatientServices offered on a sliding scale which include assessments, counseling, psychiatric evaluations, medication monitoring for individuals, families, couples and groups of all ages.Hudson CountyOutpatientChrist Hospital
Child/Adolescent OutpatientComprehensive Behavioral Healthcare, Inc. offers outpatient drug and alcohol abuse services. Specially trained clinicians assist clients in addressing the problems of addiction in individual or group settings. Bergen CountyOutpatientComprehensive Behavioral Healthcare, Inc.
Child/Adolescent Outpatientprovide quality behavioral healthcare services that are affordable, accessible and responsive to individual, family and community needs. COPE counselors work in the areas of alcohol/drug abuse, anger management, family crises, problems in daily living, and AIDS.Essex CountyOutpatientCOPE Center of Montclair
Child/Adolescent OutpatientWe offer the following clinical services: Individual Counseling, Corporate Coaching, Couple and Marriage Therapy, Anger Management, Family Counseling, Group Counseling, Play Therapy, Psychiatric Evaluation and Medication, Clinical Supervision, Substance Abuse Counseling, Consultation and Referral, and Team Development. Union CountyOutpatientCounseling Centers for Human Development
Child/Adolescent OutpatientWe offer the following clinical services: Individual Counseling, Corporate Coaching, Couple and Marriage Therapy, Anger Management, Family Counseling, Group Counseling, Play Therapy, Psychiatric Evaluation and Medication, Clinical Supervision, Substance Abuse Counseling, Consultation and Referral, and Team Development. Union CountyOutpatientCounseling Centers for Human Development
Child/Adolescent OutpatientWe offer the following clinical services: Individual Counseling, Corporate Coaching, Couple and Marriage Therapy, Anger Management, Family Counseling, Group Counseling, Play Therapy, Psychiatric Evaluation and Medication, Clinical Supervision, Substance Abuse Counseling, Consultation and Referral, and Team Development. Ocean CountyOutpatientCounseling Centers for Human Development
Child/Adolescent OutpatientWe offer the following clinical services: Individual Counseling, Corporate Coaching, Couple and Marriage Therapy, Anger Management, Family Counseling, Group Counseling, Play Therapy, Psychiatric Evaluation and Medication, Clinical Supervision, Substance Abuse Counseling, Consultation and Referral, and Team Development. Monmouth CountyOutpatientCounseling Centers for Human Development
Child/Adolescent OutpatientWe offer the following clinical services: Individual Counseling, Corporate Coaching, Couple and Marriage Therapy, Anger Management, Family Counseling, Group Counseling, Play Therapy, Psychiatric Evaluation and Medication, Clinical Supervision, Substance Abuse Counseling, Consultation and Referral, and Team Development. Monmouth CountyOutpatientCounseling Centers for Human Development
Child/Adolescent OutpatientWe offer the following clinical services: Individual Counseling, Corporate Coaching, Couple and Marriage Therapy, Anger Management, Family Counseling, Group Counseling, Play Therapy, Psychiatric Evaluation and Medication, Clinical Supervision, Substance Abuse Counseling, Consultation and Referral, and Team Development. Monmouth CountyOutpatientCounseling Centers for Human Development
Child/Adolescent OutpatientOutpatient Department offers consumers traditional services such as initial evaluation and treatment plans including therapy and medication management. Consumers in this program typically seek treatment for anxiety, stress management, grief and loss, and other more persistent mental illnesses. (children 5 years and older)Cumberland CountyOutpatientCumberland County Guidance Center
Child/Adolescent OutpatientOutpatient Department offers consumers traditional services such as initial evaluation and treatment plans including therapy and medication management. Consumers in this program typically seek treatment for anxiety, stress management, grief and loss, and other more persistent mental illnesses. (children 5 years and older)Cumberland CountyOutpatientCumberland County Guidance Center
Child/Adolescent OutpatientOutpatient Department offers consumers� traditional services such as initial evaluation and treatment plans including therapy and medication management. Consumers in this program typically seek treatment for anxiety, stress management, grief and loss, and other more persistent mental illnesses. (children 5 years and older)Cumberland CountyOutpatientCumberland County Guidance Center
Child/Adolescent OutpatientOutpatient services for patients suffering from mental illness. Group, individual, family psychiatric evaluations. Specialties in MICA, developmental disabilities, domestic violence, grief and sexual trauma. Essex CountyOutpatientEast Orange General Hospital
Child/Adolescent OutpatientIndividual, group and family counseling services are designed to assess and strengthen individual and family functioning, prevent abuse and neglect, prevent delinquency and promote positive self-esteem and individual development for children, youth and adults.Union CountyOutpatientFamily & Children's Services
Child/Adolescent OutpatientThe Behavioral Healthcare program has been successfully providing affordable, accessible and professional mental health and psychiatric health care to children, families, and adults in the Greater Mercer County area for over 50 years. Persons suffering from a wide range of problems such as depression, anxiety, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, family, child, or marital problems, can avail themselves of a comprehensive range of outpatient care. The program provides individual, family and group counseling services as well as psychiatric evaluations and medication monitoring services.Mercer CountyOutpatientFamily Guidance Center Corporation
Child/Adolescent OutpatientFamily Service Association's Outpatient Department provides mental health, substance abuse counseling and psychiatry services for individuals, couples and families. The goal of this service is to provide quality confidential counseling services to promote the physical, emotional, spiritual, social, and economic well-being to persons residing in southern New Jersey. Treatment is provided by licensed clinicians and board certified psychiatrists. Atlantic CountyOutpatientFamily Service Association
Child/Adolescent OutpatientFamily Service Association's Outpatient Department provides mental health, substance abuse counseling and psychiatry services for individuals, couples and families. The goal of this service is to provide quality confidential counseling services to promote the physical, emotional, spiritual, social, and economic well-being to persons residing in southern New Jersey. Treatment is provided by licensed clinicians and board certified psychiatrists. Atlantic CountyOutpatientFamily Service Association
Child/Adolescent OutpatientThe Family Service Bureau of Newark provides community-based services both on and off site. Family Service Counseling includes couple, family and group therapy to assist with a myriad of problems including marital conflict, stress and anger management, parent-child conflict, child abuse and neglect, child sexual abuse, at-risk youth, domestic violence, post-traumatic stress, depression and anxiety. Essex CountyOutpatientFamily Service Bureau of Newark
Child/Adolescent OutpatientThe Family Service Bureau of Newark provides community-based services both on and off site. Family Service Counseling includes couple, family and group therapy to assist with a myriad of problems including marital conflict, stress and anger management, parent-child conflict, child abuse and neglect, child sexual abuse, at-risk youth, domestic violence, post-traumatic stress, depression and anxiety. Hudson CountyOutpatientFamily Service Bureau of Newark
Child/Adolescent OutpatientOur staff of professional counselors and social workers provides counseling for individuals, couples and families. We can help with parenting, marital, emotional, alcohol and drug, aging, depression, and other personal issues. We also provide information about community resources. Sessions are private and confidential with fees determined on a sliding scale based on family income. Family Service League does not provide treatment for the seriously mentally ill, but we will help you find an appropriate community psychiatric provider as needed. Essex CountyOutpatientFamily Service League, Inc.
Child/Adolescent OutpatientOutpatient Department offers consumers traditional services such as initial evaluation and treatment plans including therapy and medication management. Consumers in this program typically seek treatment for anxiety, stress management, grief and loss, and other more persistent mental illnesses.Salem CountyOutpatientHealthcare Commons Family Health Services
Child/Adolescent OutpatientInspira’s Behavioral Wellness Center in Bridgeton offers comprehensive therapeutic services, referrals, and on-site psychiatric services (excluding legal forensic assessments). The center provides adults, adolescents, children (ages 5 and up), and families with counseling for a range of issues, including: * Depression * Anxiety and fear * Grief and loss * Stress management * Abuse (sexual, verbal or physical) * Emotional stress * Work conflicts * Family problems * Communication difficulties * Relationship issues * School problems * Psychiatric illnesses * EAP services * School evaluations/recommendations * Post-traumatic stress disorder * Co-occurring behavioral and substance abuse issues Cumberland CountyOutpatientInspira Health Network
Child/Adolescent OutpatientCounseling for individuals, couples, families, and groups, domestic violence, case management, anger management and clinical treatment.Essex CountyOutpatientIrvington Counseling Center
Child/Adolescent OutpatientA full range of services, individual, group, martial, family, psychological testing, and medication management are available for children, adolescents and adults who present with emotional, psychiatric, behavioral, interpersonal, or post traumatic issues. Anger management and Domestic Violence groups are available for men and women.Hudson CountyOutpatientJersey City Medical Center
Child/Adolescent OutpatientOutpatient Department offers consumers traditional services such as initial evaluation and treatment plans including therapy and medication management. Consumers in this program typically seek treatment for anxiety, stress management, grief and loss, and other more persistent mental illnesses.Morris CountyOutpatientJewish Family Service of Metrowest-Main Office
Child/Adolescent OutpatientOutpatient Department offers consumers traditional services such as initial evaluation and treatment plans including therapy and medication management. Consumers in this program typically seek treatment for anxiety, stress management, grief and loss, and other more persistent mental illnesses.Essex CountyOutpatientJewish Family Service of Metrowest-Main Office
Child/Adolescent OutpatientOutpatient Department offers consumers traditional services such as initial evaluation and treatment plans including therapy and medication management. Consumers in this program typically seek treatment for anxiety, stress management, grief and loss, and other more persistent mental illnesses.Morris CountyOutpatientJewish Family Service of Metrowest-Main Office
Child/Adolescent OutpatientOutpatient Department offers consumers traditional services such as initial evaluation and treatment plans including therapy and medication management. Consumers in this program typically seek treatment for anxiety, stress management, grief and loss, and other more persistent mental illnesses.Essex CountyOutpatientJewish Family Service of Metrowest-Main Office
Child/Adolescent OutpatientOutpatient Department offers consumers traditional services such as initial evaluation and treatment plans including therapy and medication management. Consumers in this program typically seek treatment for anxiety, stress management, grief and loss, and other more persistent mental illnesses.Hudson CountyOutpatientJewish Family Service of Metrowest-Main Office
Child/Adolescent OutpatientOutpatient Department offers consumers traditional services such as initial evaluation and treatment plans including therapy and medication management. Consumers in this program typically seek treatment for anxiety, stress management, grief and loss, and other more persistent mental illnesses.Hudson CountyOutpatientJewish Family Service of Metrowest-Main Office
Child/Adolescent OutpatientOutpatient Department offers consumers traditional services such as initial evaluation and treatment plans including therapy and medication management. Consumers in this program typically seek treatment for anxiety, stress management, grief and loss, and other more persistent mental illnesses.Gloucester CountyOutpatientKennedy Memorial Hosptial- Cherry Hill
Child/Adolescent OutpatientOutpatient Department offers consumers traditional services such as initial evaluation and treatment plans including therapy and medication management. Consumers in this program typically seek treatment for anxiety, stress management, grief and loss, and other more persistent mental illnesses.Camden CountyOutpatientKennedy Memorial Hosptial- Cherry Hill
Child/Adolescent OutpatientMain St. Counseling Center offers individual, couple and family counseling services. If you are unsure of what modality would be best for you, you can discuss it when you call.Essex CountyOutpatientMain Street Counseling Center
Child/Adolescent OutpatientThe Outpatient Unit of the Mental Health Clinic of Passaic provides community based mental health services for children and adults. A wide range of therapeutic services is available including: Individual counseling, Family counseling, Group counseling, Couples counseling, Psychiatric evaluation and ongoing medication monitoring, Psychoeducation for consumers and their families, Parenting workshops. Passaic CountyOutpatientMental Health Clinic of Passaic
Child/Adolescent OutpatientOutpatient Department offers consumers traditional services such as initial evaluation and treatment plans including therapy and medication management. Consumers in this program typically seek treatment for anxiety, stress management, grief and loss, and other more persistent mental illnesses.Essex CountyOutpatientMental Health Resource Center
Child/Adolescent OutpatientAllows children and adolescents the opportunity to express their anxieties, develop coping skills and better deal with relationship issues. Our licensed therapists have extensive training and experience working with children, adolescents, and families, and are dedicated to helping our patients develop new ways to cope with the challenges they face. We offer individual, family and group therapy. At Mountainside Hospital we also offer extended group programs on such topics as Healthy Image, Social Skills for ADHD and Coping with Divorce. Location: Child/Adolescent Outpatient is located across the street (from the main entrance to the hospital) in the Behavioral Health brick building (also known as the Mills Annex or School of Nursing.) Essex CountyOutpatientMountainside Hospital
Child/Adolescent OutpatientOutpatient Department offers consumers traditional services such as initial evaluation and treatment plans including therapy and medication management. Consumers in this program typically seek treatment for anxiety, stress management, grief and loss, and other more persistent mental illnesses.Essex CountyOutpatientMount Carmel Guild Behavioral Healthcare
Child/Adolescent OutpatientOutpatient Department offers consumers� traditional services such as initial evaluation and treatment plans including therapy and medication management. Consumers in this program typically seek treatment for anxiety, stress management, grief and loss, and other more persistent mental illnesses.Essex CountyOutpatientNewark Beth Israel Medical Center
Child/Adolescent OutpatientBilingual Outpatient Department offers consumers traditional services such as initial evaluation and treatment plans including therapy and medication management. Consumers in this program typically seek treatment for anxiety, stress management, grief and loss, and other more persistent mental illnesses.Hudson CountyOutpatientNorth Hudson Community Action Corp.
Child/Adolescent OutpatientProvides outpatient services to those experiencing severe life adjustment difficulties and/or are at imminent risk or harm to self or others. The program provides services for families referred by Division of Family Services. Northwest also provides partial care services for persons with co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders.Essex CountyOutpatientNorthwest Essex Community Healthcare Network
Child/Adolescent OutpatientNueva Vida Behavioral Health Center of NJ provides outpatient mental health services for children, adolescents, individual, groups, couple and family. (Walk In Only)Camden CountyOutpatientNueva Vida Behavioral Health Center of NJ
Child/Adolescent OutpatientFamily and individual therapy by licensed clinical social workers. Referrals to appropriate community resources based on client needs.Essex CountyOutpatientNutley Family Service Bureau, Inc.
Child/Adolescent OutpatientOutpatient Department offers consumers traditional services such as initial evaluation and treatment plans including therapy and medication management. Consumers in this program typically seek treatment for anxiety, stress management, grief and loss, and other more persistent mental illnesses.Ocean CountyOutpatientOcean Mental Health Services, Inc.
Child/Adolescent OutpatientOutpatient Department offers consumers traditional services such as initial evaluation and treatment plans including therapy and medication management. Consumers in this program typically seek treatment for anxiety, stress management, grief and loss, and other more persistent mental illnesses.Ocean CountyOutpatientOcean Mental Health Services, Inc.
Child/Adolescent OutpatientAllows children and adolescents the opportunity to express their anxieties, develop coping skills and better deal with relationship issues. Our licensed therapists have extensive training and experience working with children, adolescents, and families, and are dedicated to helping our patients develop new ways to cope with the challenges they face. We offer individual, family and group therapy.Union CountyOutpatientOverlook Outpatient Behavioral Health
Child/Adolescent OutpatientThe Medical Center's outpatient counseling program provides community based care for individuals and families.Hudson CountyOutpatientPalisades Medical Center
Child/Adolescent OutpatientRanch Hope, Inc. provides outpatient counseling services to the public by request. Clients are drawn to contact Ranch Hope for counseling because the Ranch is a faith-based organization. As a result, many referrals are made by word-of-mouth through churches, clergy or from listeners of the daily radio broadcast. Outpatient counseling is available to individuals, couples, parents, children and families. Counseling staff are licensed, professional clinicians. Hours of service are flexible and are provided at locations in Salem, Camden and Gloucester Counties. Payment for services may be made through state service contract, on a fee-for-service basis, or under some health insurance plans. A sliding fee scale is used for clients based on income and ability to pay. Camden CountyOutpatientRanch Hope, Inc.
Child/Adolescent OutpatientRanch Hope, Inc. provides outpatient counseling services to the public by request. Clients are drawn to contact Ranch Hope for counseling because the Ranch is a faith-based organization. As a result, many referrals are made by word-of-mouth through churches, clergy or from listeners of the daily radio broadcast. Outpatient counseling is available to individuals, couples, parents, children and families. Counseling staff are licensed, professional clinicians. Hours of service are flexible and are provided at locations in Salem, Camden and Gloucester Counties. Payment for services may be made through state service contract, on a fee-for-service basis, or under some health insurance plans. A sliding fee scale is used for clients based on income and ability to pay. Gloucester CountyOutpatientRanch Hope, Inc.
Child/Adolescent OutpatientRanch Hope, Inc. provides outpatient counseling services to the public by request. Clients are drawn to contact Ranch Hope for counseling because the Ranch is a faith-based organization. As a result, many referrals are made by word-of-mouth through churches, clergy or from listeners of the daily radio broadcast. Outpatient counseling is available to individuals, couples, parents, children and families. Counseling staff are licensed, professional clinicians. Hours of service are flexible and are provided at locations in Salem, Camden and Gloucester Counties. Payment for services may be made through state service contract, on a fee-for-service basis, or under some health insurance plans. A sliding fee scale is used for clients based on income and ability to pay. Salem CountyOutpatientRanch Hope, Inc.
Child/Adolescent OutpatientWe provide counseling, psychotherapy, and psychological services for people from all social and economic backgrounds. Our fees are determined on a sliding scale basis, according to ability to pay. We are, therefore, always appreciative of volunteer and financial support which is essential for us to maintain our current level of high quality service.Union CountyOutpatientResolve Community Counseling Center, Inc.
Child/Adolescent OutpatientOutpatient Department offers consumers traditional services such as initial evaluation and treatment plans including therapy and medication management. Consumers in this program typically seek treatment for anxiety, stress management, grief and loss, and other more persistent mental illnesses.Morris CountyOutpatientSaint Clare's Hospital
Child/Adolescent OutpatientOutpatient Department offers consumers traditional services such as initial evaluation and treatment plans including therapy and medication management. Consumers in this program typically seek treatment for anxiety, stress management, grief and loss, and other more persistent mental illnesses.Morris CountyOutpatientSaint Clare's Hospital
Child/Adolescent OutpatientOutpatient Department offers consumers traditional services such as initial evaluation and treatment plans including therapy and medication management. Consumers in this program typically seek treatment for anxiety, stress management, grief and loss, and other more persistent mental illnesses.Morris CountyOutpatientSaint Clare's Hospital
Child/Adolescent OutpatientOutpatient Department offers consumers traditional services such as initial evaluation and treatment plans including therapy and medication management. Consumers in this program typically seek treatment for anxiety, stress management, grief and loss, and other more persistent mental illnesses.Camden CountyOutpatientStarting Point of New Jersey, Inc.
Child/Adolescent OutpatientOutpatient Department offers consumers traditional services such as initial evaluation and treatment plans including therapy and medication management. Consumers in this program typically seek treatment for anxiety, stress management, grief and loss, and other more persistent mental illnesses. Passaic CountyOutpatientSt. Mary's Hospital- Passaic
Child/Adolescent OutpatientWe offer professional counseling services to adults, adolescents and children. The services help individuals and families with marital problems, parent/child conflicts, grief and loss, depression, anxiety, compulsive behaviors, substance abuse and more. Essex CountyOutpatientThe Bridge Inc.
Child/Adolescent OutpatientWe offer professional counseling services to adults. The services help individuals and families with marital problems, parent/child conflicts, grief and loss, depression, anxiety, compulsive behaviors, substance abuse and more.Essex CountyOutpatientThe Bridge Inc.
Child/Adolescent OutpatientOutpatient Department offers consumers traditional services such as initial evaluation and treatment plans including therapy and medication management. Consumers in this program typically seek treatment for anxiety, stress management, grief and loss, and other more persistent mental illnesses.Camden CountyOutpatientThe Cooper System Health System
Child/Adolescent OutpatientWhen children and adolescents face difficulties, they need to be treated differently than adults. With many years of experience in caring for children and youths behind them, our team of skilled professionals is uniquely qualified to help children overcome behavioral and family problems, deal with child learning disabilities, and cope with other family struggles such as adoption. Our services include individual, group, and family counseling, medical and psychological assessments, crisis intervention, and referrals. Bergen CountyOutpatientVantage Health System, Inc.
Child/Adolescent OutpatientWhen children and adolescents face difficulties, they need to be treated differently than adults. With many years of experience in caring for children and youths behind them, our team of skilled professionals is uniquely qualified to help children overcome behavioral and family problems, deal with child learning disabilities, and cope with other family struggles such as adoption. Our services include individual, group, and family counseling, medical and psychological assessments, crisis intervention, and referrals. Bergen CountyOutpatientVantage Health System, Inc.
Child/Adolescent OutpatientOutpatient Counseling Services are offered to individuals, couples and families who need the help of someone who is specially trained to understand the many problems that effect people in our contemporary society. Counseling sessions are tailored to meet the needs of each person. Counseling services are by appointment.Atlantic CountyPleasantville Family CenterFamily Service Association
Child/Adolescent Outpatientserves 3-18 year olds and their families. Clinicians work with schools, agencies, DYFS, when needed. Problems often include those relating to schools, ADHD, peers, depression, anxiety, abuse, separation, and divorce. Individual, group, family, play therapies used. Psychiatric assessment and medication evaluation available.Somerset CountyThe Outpatient DepartmentRichard Hall Community MHC
Child/Adolescent OutpatientA full range of outpatient services is offered to children and adolescents ranging in age from 4 through 17, and their families. Referrals are accepted for a range of presenting problems, including but not limited to anxiety, depression, reactions to stress and trauma, attentional difficulties, learning difficulties, behavior problems, and social skills problems. Appointments are made by calling the Access Center (1-800-969-5300). Our multi-disciplinary and bi-lingual (English-Spanish, English-Portuguese) staff consists of psychiatrists, advanced practice nurses, psychologists, social workers, professional counselors, and mental health specialists. During the initial appointment, the assigned clinician takes a history and makes an assessment of the nature of the problem. Children are then assigned for one or more of a variety of treatment modalities: individual therapy, family therapy, group therapy, medication evaluation and monitoring. In addition, full psychological evaluations may be recommended by the child's clinician to further assess the child's educational and treatment needs. Assistance is available in providing referrals for other services, and staff work closely with other agencies, including the schools, to develop a plan that best meets the needs of the child. Parent/guardian participation is expected and welcomed in all aspects of treatment. The unit also provides some community education programs; requests for this service can be made by calling Evelyn Orozco at (973) 972-6939. The Clinician Supervisor for Child and Adolescent Outpatient Services is Dr. Rinku Arora 973-972-4317.Essex CountyUniversity Behavioral Healthcare-UBHCRutgers University Behavioral Health Care
Child/Adolescent OutpatientOur multi-disciplinary staff of licensed psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers and counselors includes specialists in the assessment and treatment of most mental health disorders. We help children and families who are experiencing problems with anxiety and mood disorders, attention deficit disorders, eating disorders, reactions to stress and trauma, learning difficulties, behavior problems and social skills development. Services Include: Psychiatric Evaluations to determine outpatient treatment needs Family Therapy Individual Therapy Medication management Group Therapy Locations: New Brunswick, Edison, Monmouth JunctionMiddlesex CountyUniversity Behavioral Healthcare-UBHCRutgers University Behavioral Health Care
Child/Adolescent OutpatientOur multi-disciplinary staff of licensed psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers and counselors includes specialists in the assessment and treatment of most mental health disorders. We help children and families who are experiencing problems with anxiety and mood disorders, attention deficit disorders, eating disorders, reactions to stress and trauma, learning difficulties, behavior problems and social skills development. Services Include: Psychiatric Evaluations to determine outpatient treatment needs Family Therapy Individual Therapy Medication management Group Therapy Locations: New Brunswick, Edison, Monmouth JunctionMonmouth CountyUniversity Behavioral Healthcare-UBHCRutgers University Behavioral Health Care
Child/Adolescent OutpatientAt the Center for Children and Youth, we offer family and individual therapy to children and families who need help coping with stressful events, developing stronger and more stable relationships, and resolving interpersonal conflicts. Our therapists are trained in family systems, psychodynamic, cognitive behavioral and interpersonal therapeutic techniques. West Bergen Center for Children & YouthWest Bergen Mental Healthcare
Child/Adolescent OutpatientOutpatient Department offers consumers traditional services such as initial evaluation and treatment plans including therapy and medication management. Consumers in this program typically seek treatment for anxiety, stress management, grief and loss, and other more persistent mental illnesses.Middlesex CountyBehavioral HealthJFK Medical Center
Child/Adolescent OutpatientCognitive therapy is a structured, problem-focused psychological treatment approach in which the therapist works with the client and uses specific techniques to improve the client's emotional well-being and overall functioning. The focus of cognitive therapy is on the client's cognitions (thoughts). Cognitive therapy was originally developed by Dr. Aaron Beck at the University of Pennsylvania as a treatment for depression. Since then the research has shown that cognitive therapy is an effective treatment for a wide range of problems, including: depression, anxiety, panic attacks, phobias, relationship and marital problems, and other stress-related disorders. Middlesex CountyPsychology Clinic-GSAPPRutgers University-GSAPP
Child/Adolescent Outpatient-ALLIESintensive outpatient to adolescents with severe emotional problems and at risk of hospitalization. Individual, group, family therapy. Has a school based component as well (k-12).Somerset CountyThe Outpatient DepartmentRichard Hall Community MHC
Child/Adolescent Outpatient-CASTLEChildren Achieving Success through Therapeutic Life Experiences (CASTLE) provides intensive outpatient treatment for emotionally and/or behaviorally disturbed children ages five to fifteen, who reside in Camden City and surrounding communities. Children served include those who are diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), depression, defiant disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, family problems, etc. Door-to-door transportation is offered to eligible participants, and meals and snacks are provided each day.Burlington CountyChild/Adolescent Outpatient-CASTLEVirtua Memorial Hospital
Child/Adolescent Outpatient-For KeepsSaint Peter’s University Hospital's For KEEPS program (Kids Embraced and Empowered through Psychological Services) is an acute partial-hospitalization short-term-stay unit for children ages 5 through 17. These children, who do not require 24-hour inpatient care, cannot be managed by outpatient care alone. Outpatient Department offers consumers traditional services such as initial evaluation and treatment plans including therapy and medication management. Consumers in this program typically seek treatment for anxiety, stress management, grief and loss, and other more persistent mental illnesses.Middlesex CountyFor KeepsSaint Peter's University Hospital
Child/Adolescent Outpatient MICAOutpatient Department offers consumers traditional services such as initial evaluation and treatment plans including therapy and medication management. Consumers in this program typically seek treatment for anxiety, stress management, grief and loss, and other more persistent mental illnesses. (ages 5 and up)Monmouth CountyMonmouth Medical Center Behavioral HealthMonmouth Medical Center
Child/Adolescent Outpatient MICAprovide quality behavioral healthcare services that are affordable, accessible and responsive to individual, family and community needs. COPE counselors work in the areas of alcohol/drug abuse, anger management, family crises, problems in daily living, and AIDS.Essex CountyOutpatientCOPE Center of Montclair
Child/Adolescent Outpatient ServicesAt Cooperative Counseling Services Outpatient Services, we are committed to helping youth (ages 3 years old to 21 years old) with emotional - behavioral health concerns, maintain stability and achieve their personal goals. Treatment, care and support services are provided: Individual/Family and Group Therapies, Psychiatric Evaluations and Medication Monitoring, Substance abuse Evaluations, Clinicians who Specialize in DDD/PDD Population, Certified Trauma and CBT Clinicians, Early Childhood Specialist (ages 3 years old to 5 years old), Eating Disorders. Union CountyCooperative Counseling Services, LLCCooperative Counseling Services, LLC
Child/Adolescent Outpatient ServicesIndividual psychotherapy sessions are 45 minutes long in the Eating Disorder Program, and most patients have 1-3 sessions per week. The theoretical approach in our program is primarily cognitive-behavioral, and it draws heavily on other orientations, such as family systems, feminist views of personality development, and interpersonal psychology. Our therapists are active, interested individuals who relate to their patients in open, honest ways. We see the search for recovery to be a collaborative effort, and through our experience, understand and empathize with our patients' struggles. Everyone who provides psychotherapy in the program is thoroughly experienced with eating disorders, and has worked in hospitals and clinics. Monmouth CountyEating Disorder ProgramMonmouth Psychological Associates
Child/Adolescent Outpatient ServicesThis program offers educational and support groups; family, couple, and individual counseling; and psychiatric consultation and follow up. We work collaboratively with our clients to make the cost of good care manageable with sliding scale fees and accept a variety of private and public insurances. Passaic CountyServ Centers of NJServ Behavioral Health System
Child/Adolescent Outpatient ServicesThis program offers educational and support groups; family, couple, and individual counseling; and psychiatric consultation and follow up. We work collaboratively with our clients to make the cost of good care manageable with sliding scale fees and accept a variety of private and public insurances. Passaic CountyServ Centers of NJServ Behavioral Health System
Child/Adolescent Psychiatric Community ResidencesOur two community-based, 24-hour supervised psychiatric community residences provide services for male and female adolescents (eight in each home) age 11 to 17 in need of therapeutic services to successfully remain in the community. (Serves Union and Essex Counties) Union CountyServ Centers of NJServ Behavioral Health System
Child/Adolescent Psychiatric Services-CAPSThe Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Services (CAPS) provide treatment for patients ages 3 � 18. The department provides patients with psychosocial assessments, psychiatric evaluations, nursing assessments, individual and group psychotherapy, family therapy, and case management. Patients are seen by appointment only. Essex CountyOutpatientEast Orange General Hospital
Child/Adolescent Short Term TherapyAfter the initial assessment, clients begin working on their treatment goals with their therapist during regularly scheduled appointments. Comprehensive Behavioral Healthcare, Inc.'s focus on specialized short term treatment allows clients to gain maximum benefits from therapeutic intervention in a short period of time. All therapists in each of our locations are licensed in the fields of social work or psychology.Bergen CountyOutpatientComprehensive Behavioral Healthcare, Inc.
Child and Adolescent OutpatientOutpatient services provides behavioral intervention and treatment services to children, adolescents and families. Our licensed clinical professionals provide solution focused therapies to help imporve the quality of life of our consumers. Interventions encourage skill building, behavioral changes, self-understanding and acceptance.Cape May CountyChild & Adolescent OutpatientCape Counseling Services
Child and Adolescent OutpatientJFS offers counseling to individuals, families or groups. The outpatient therapy department is licensed by the State of New Jersey. Many clients have insurance coverage which reimburses part of the cost of their services. Services include but are not limited to: Anxiety and depression Grief counseling Transitions in life, eg: separation, divorce Vocational counseling Children's behavior issues Parenting skills Eating disorders Medication monitoring Atlantic CountyChild and Adolescent OutpatientJewish Family Services
Child and Adolescent OutpatientOutpatient Department offers consumers� traditional services such as initial evaluation and treatment plans including therapy and medication management. Consumers in this program typically seek treatment for anxiety, stress management, grief and loss, and other more persistent mental illnesses.Morris CountyOutpatient CounselingFamily Service of Morris County
Child and Adolescent OutpatientChild Psychotherapy Since they are remarkably sensitive to their environment, children are especially vulnerable to psychological difficulties. Care must be taken to evaluate a childs behavior pattern in light of their developmental history, social skills, educational experiences, and most important family influences. The child therapists at Hunterdon Behavioral Health specialize in identifying and treating those problems frequently exhibited by children and adolescents. They maintain close contact with other professionals and school personnel to ensure that reinforcement and feedback are maintained. Behavioral challenges often observed in young children include: Oppositional Tendencies Aggressive Behavior School Adjustment Difficulties Academic Underachievement Attention Disorders Sleep problems or Bedwetting Eating DisordersHunterdon CountyOutpatient ProgramsHunterdon Medical Center
Child and Adolescent OutpatientIndividual and Group Therapy Allows children and adolescents the opportunity to express their anxieties, develop coping skills and better deal with relationship issues. Our licensed therapists have extensive training and experience working with children, adolescents, and families, and are dedicated to helping our patients develop new ways to cope with the challenges they face. We offer individual, family and group therapy. At Mountainside Hospital we also offer extended group programs on such topics as Healthy Image, Social Skills for ADHD and Coping with Divorce.Morris CountyOutpatient ProgramsMorristown Memorial Hospital
Child and Adolescent OutpatientWe can all benefit from help sometimes. Coping with the loss of a loved one; raising children and teens; mounting stress at home or on the job; the times of our lives are filled with challenging events that can place us on an emotional roller coaster. To help you deal with the everyday and not-so-everyday problems in life, NewBridge offers a host of independent and group counseling services and support groups to children, adults, senior citizens and families. Morris CountyOutpatient ProgramsNew Bridge Services, Inc.
Child and Adolescent OutpatientWe can all benefit from help sometimes. Coping with the loss of a loved one; raising children and teens; mounting stress at home or on the job; the times of our lives are filled with challenging events that can place us on an emotional roller coaster. To help you deal with the everyday and not-so-everyday problems in life, NewBridge offers a host of independent and group counseling services and support groups to children, adults, senior citizens and families. Passaic CountyOutpatient ProgramsNew Bridge Services, Inc.
Child and Adolescent OutpatientWe can all benefit from help sometimes. Coping with the loss of a loved one; raising children and teens; mounting stress at home or on the job; the times of our lives are filled with challenging events that can place us on an emotional roller coaster. To help you deal with the everyday and not-so-everyday problems in life, NewBridge offers a host of independent and group counseling services and support groups to children, adults, senior citizens and families. Passaic CountyOutpatient ProgramsNew Bridge Services, Inc.
Child and Adolescent OutpatientOutpatient Department offers children and adolescents traditional services such as initial evaluation and treatment plans including therapy and medication management. Consumers in this program typically seek treatment for anxiety, stress management, grief and loss, behavioral problems, and other more persistent mental illnesses.Sussex CountyOutpatient ProgramsNewton Memorial Hospital
Child and Adolescent OutpatientOutpatient Department offers consumers traditional services such as initial evaluation and treatment plans including therapy and medication management. Consumers in this program typically seek treatment for anxiety, stress management, grief and loss, and other more persistent mental illnesses.Sussex CountyPartnership For Social Services Family CenterCatholic Charities Diocese of Paterson
Child Assault PreventionPreschool, K-6 elementary and teen child assault prevention and non-bulling workshops to teachers, parents and children. Strategies for prevention of assault and resources for assistance.Warren CountyYouth ServicesCatholic Charties, Diocese of Metuchen
Child Evaluation Centerprovide a comprehensive multidisciplinary evaluation of children with congenital or acquired neuro-developmental and behavioral disorders and the development of an individualized service plan.Hudson CountyOutpatientJersey City Medical Center
Child In homeIn home counseling provided by highly trained staff in the homes of families, who are in danger of having their child(ren) removed and placed in foster care or other institutional settings.Bergen CountyChild In homeCare Plus- NJ
Child OutpatientA wide range of comprehensive Behavioral Health Services for children with emotional problems, mental illness and addictive diseases, as well as services designed to foster mental health. Our philosophy of treatment emphasizes respect for patient and family, with a goal to provide care at the least restrictive level possible, and within the local community.Bergen CountyChild OutpatientCare Plus- NJ
Child OutpatientA wide range of comprehensive Behavioral Health Services for children with emotional problems, mental illness and addictive diseases, as well as services designed to foster mental health. Our philosophy of treatment emphasizes respect for patient and family, with a goal to provide care at the least restrictive level possible, and within the local community.Bergen CountyChild OutpatientCare Plus- NJ
Children/Adolescent OutpatientWe provide mental health treatment to individuals, children, and families of New Jersey. We believe in a solution focused, goal oriented therapy so you can address the problem(s) at hand and move on. (children 3 years and older) Those involved with the System of Care (e.g. a school system, DYFS, probation) may find themselves overwhelmed. We are here to help you sort through it all and provide the treatment you may need.Warren CountyCenter for Assessment and TreatmentCenter for Assessment and Treatment
Children In-Home Treatment ProgramUnder a contract with DYFS (Division of Youth and Family Services), JFS provides in-home assistance to families that are in danger of having children removed from the home. This long-term treatment program provides a social worker to assess the needs of the family in the home setting. Based on the findings, recommendations are made, which address parenting and home care issues, and some case management, by connecting the family to appropriate community resources. Atlantic CountyChildren In-Home Treatment ProgramJewish Family Services
Children Outpatient-Providence HouseProvidence House Domestice Violence Services, uses various forms of art and play to help children express their feelings and heal from their abuse in their homes. Ocean CountyAccess CenterCatholic Charities Diocese of Trenton
Childrens Day Treatmentoffers comprehensive, therapeutic, after-school care for troubled children ages 6-14. The goal of the program is to prevent psychiatric hospitalization of children, re-hospitalization of children and prevent extended out-of-home placements. The Day Treatment Program operates as a full-day summer camp during the months of July and August, and has also begun to provide Saturday programs during the school year. Mercer CountyOutpatientFamily Guidance Center Corporation
Children's Program-YIPPEEThe Young People's Program provides services to children ages 3 to 12 and their families. Most treatment is provided on an individual basis, but specialized children's groups are offered throughout the year, which incorporate a simultaneous parenting component. YIPPEE Provides: Individual Counseling, Play Therapy, Filial Play Therapy, Parent/Guardian Support and Training. Working with children effectively requires a creative approach. Through the use of play manipulative, art materials, puppets, board games and other engaging techniques, the therapist creates an atmosphere of acceptance, where children feel comfortable expressing their feelings. Parenting Counseling and other ancillary adult services are also available.Monmouth CountyYMCA ProgramsThe Community YMCA Family Services
Children's Specialty GroupsVarious groups for children between the ages of 7 and 12 addressing anger management, coping skills, social skills and self-esteem.Monmouth CountyBehavioral Health ServicesJersey Shore University Medical Center
Children's Specialty GroupsVarious groups for children between the ages of 7 and 12 addressing anger management, coping skills, social skills, and self-esteem. Monmouth CountyBooker Behavioral Health CenterRiverview Medical Center
Child Visitation ProgramThis program transports foster children to and from meetings with their parents. The YMCA Staff supervise the visit and document the visit for DYFS records. Referrals are only made through our DYFS contract.Monmouth CountyYMCA ProgramsThe Community YMCA Family Services
Christian Health Care Counseling CenterMany issues and conditions may create stress in the course of daily life. Christian Health Care Counseling Center can help clients learn coping skills needed to continue to function in all areas in the community, work, school, relationships, church, etc. A wide range of programs that lends itself to outpatient care is addressed through private and family therapy sessions, support groups, and educational-resource materials. Professional counselors and physicians assess and treat individuals with a variety of problems. Bergen CountyMental Health ServicesChristian Health Care Center
Community Case ManagementCommunity Case Management Program operates out of local DYFS offices, serving families who do not require DYFS monitoring but who would nonetheless benefit from support services. These services are delivered directly in the home and include thorough needs assessments, case management, and mental health treatment. Essex CountyCommunity Based ProgramFamily Connections
Community EducationPreschool, After-School, and, Summer Camp Services for residents of Elizabeth, NJ. Educational services are provided to low and moderate income working families with children ages 2 to 5 for the preschool; and 5 to 12 for the after-school and summer camp programs. The center is also responsible for organizing and promoting cultural activities among its participants. Union CountyProceed, Inc.Proceed, Inc.
Community Health InitiativesHIV/AIDS prevention case management; HIV/AIDS health education and risk reduction workshops; HIV/AIDS client support groups; HIV counseling and testing; HIV/AIDS community outreach; HIV case management and emergency rental, utility and food assistance; and HIV treatment education. Union CountyProceed, Inc.Proceed, Inc.
Community ServiceThe Community Service Program strives to inform low and moderate income clients of the available resources which will help them to develop and maintain economic self-sufficiency. It also assists in the following areas: General Social Service & Information, Social Adjustment Job Placement, Emergency Shelter, Food Referral, Advocacy, Translations, and Referrals. Passaic CountyHispanic Information Center of PassaicCatholic Charities Diocese of Paterson
Comprehensive Assessment and Treatment Services-CATSForensic evaluations for families at risk of out-of-home placement of children. Individual and family therapy for DYFS referrals. Outpatient psychotherapy for DYFS referred clients.Warren CountyMental Health AssistanceCatholic Charties, Diocese of Metuchen
Comprehensive TreatmentOutpatient programs are in home or family counseling for clients to meed the needs of families with youth at risk of out-of-home placement and/or those who have been resistant to treatment. Need ValueOptions authorization.Hunterdon CountyMental Health AssistanceCatholic Charties, Diocese of Metuchen
CornerstoneCornerstone (44 beds), RUNNELLS behavioral health program, offers patients a rehabilitative environment and an integrated therapeutic approach including group and family therapy, social services and round-the-clock professional nursing care. This critical service offers a place where patients can recover from the stresses of mental and emotional problems while remaining close to home, facilitating family support programs. Union CountyRunnells Union County Psychiatric HospitalRunnells Specialized Hospital
Corrections Case Management ProjectProvides case management services for offenders with mental illness who are being discharged from the Mercer County Corrections Center or a NJ State Prison with the intent of avoiding further incarceration or rehospitalization. Project also convenes countywide workgroup of corrections and mental health organizations focused on improving services for persons with a mental illness who come into contact with the justice system. Mercer CountyGTBHC ProgramsGreater Trenton Behavioral HealthCare
CounselingHope House provides clinical counseling for children, adolescents, and adults. We maintain a professional staff of mental health providers with diversified backgrounds. Our counselors are licensed marriage and family therapists as well as board certified and licensed clinical social workers. Payment for counseling sessions is determined by ability to pay. Morris CountyHope HouseCatholic Charities Diocese of Paterson
Counseling CenterA counseling ministry dedicated to providing treatment for individuals, couples, families, & groups.Fees: are based on a sliding scale and may be reimbursed to clients through private insurance plans. No one is denied service because of inability to pay. The Faith in Families Program provides intensive case management services to Emergency Assistance, TANF and Post TANF clients. Additionally, this program assists with case management needs for clients participating in pre-apprenticeship programs.Cumberland CountyCounseling CenterCatholic Charities Diocese of Camden
Counseling CenterA counseling ministry dedicated to providing treatment for individuals, couples, families, & groups.Fees: are based on a sliding scale and may be reimbursed to clients through private insurance plans. No one is denied service because of inability to pay. The Faith in Families Program provides intensive case management services to Emergency Assistance, TANF and Post TANF clients. Additionally, this program assists with case management needs for clients participating in pre-apprenticeship programs.Gloucester CountyCounseling CenterCatholic Charities Diocese of Camden
Counseling CenterA counseling ministry dedicated to providing treatment for individuals, couples, families, & groups.Fees: are based on a sliding scale and may be reimbursed to clients through private insurance plans. No one is denied service because of inability to pay. The Faith in Families Program provides intensive case management services to Emergency Assistance, TANF and Post TANF clients. Additionally, this program assists with case management needs for clients participating in pre-apprenticeship programs.Camden CountyCounseling CenterCatholic Charities Diocese of Camden
Counseling CenterA counseling ministry dedicated to providing treatment for individuals, couples, families, & groups.Fees: are based on a sliding scale and may be reimbursed to clients through private insurance plans. No one is denied service because of inability to pay. The Faith in Families Program provides intensive case management services to Emergency Assistance, TANF and Post TANF clients. Additionally, this program assists with case management needs for clients participating in pre-apprenticeship programs.Cape May CountyCounseling CenterCatholic Charities Diocese of Camden
Creative ExpressionCAU collaborates with the Union County Division of Cultural and Heritage Affairs in providing artistic and creative experiences for our members. Past projects have included a member choir and performances, a play production and photography classes and exhibits.Union CountyCommunity Access UnlimitedCommunity Access Unlimited
Crisis Management Training and ConsultationCrisis Management training and Consultation Program: Helps schools prevent, be prepared for and respond to the crisis situations that disrupt the educational process. Offers basic and advance training and consultation on the development of crisis management teams, crisis related topics, policies, and crisis management services.Somerset CountyAfter School Intensive Group Treatment Milieu & the Family Therapy Clinic'sRichard Hall Community MHC
Crossroads Programs, Inc.Residential and community based services to homeless, abused, abandoned, and neglected youth. Serve pregnant and parenting teens, youth transitioning to independent living, and runaway and homeless youth. Burlington CountyCrossroads Programs, Inc.Crossroads Programs, Inc.
Cure Autism NowCure Autism Now (CAN) is an organization of parents, clinicians and leading scientists committed to accelerating the pace of biomedical research in autism through raising money for research projects, education and outreach. Founded by parents of children with autism in 1995, the organization has grown from a kitchen-table effort to the largest provider of support for autism research and resources in the country. The organization's primary focus is to fund essential research through a variety of programs designed to encourage innovative approaches toward identifying the causes, prevention, treatment and a cure for autism and related disorders.StatewideCure Autism NowCure Autism Now
Depression InterventionThe Center for Children and Youth provides state of the art treatment to children and adolescents experiencing mild to severe symptoms of depression. A number of our therapists are trained through The Center for the Advancement of Childrens Mental Health at Columbia University. Utilizing treatment interventions recognized as most effective in achieving positive outcomes, our team of child psychiatrists and specially trained therapists work together to provide children and their families with the best care possible. Bergen CountyWest Bergen Center for Children & YouthWest Bergen Mental Healthcare
Dialectical Behavioral TherapyDialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) combines cognitive and behavioral therapy, incorporating methodologies from various practices including Eastern mindfulness techniques. Sussex CountyOutpatient ProgramsNewton Memorial Hospital
Douglass Outreach DivisionThe Outreach Division of the Douglass Developmental Disabilities Center at Rutgers University provides direct services to children with autism spectrum disorders and Asperger's Disorder as well as consultation and training in Applied Behavior Analysis for schools and agencies. Middlesex CountyDouglass Developmental Disabilities CenterRutgers University-GSAPP
Douglass Outreach DivisionThe Outreach Division of the Douglass Developmental Disabilities Center at Rutgers University provides direct services to children with autism spectrum disorders and Asperger's Disorder as well as consultation and training in Applied Behavior Analysis for schools and agencies. Middlesex CountyDouglass Developmental Disabilities CenterRutgers University-GSAPP
Early Intervention"Wawa House," with locations in Princeton and Hammonton, NJ, is home to Eden's Infant and Toddler Program. Wawa House is the first in the nation to offer early intervention programming in specialized autism services. It also offers supplemental clinic therapy to children age 3 and over who need additional help with speech and language development, behavior issues or sensory integration. Wawa House is named in recognition of major funding support provided by Wawa, Inc., and by customers in the chain's several hundred New Jersey food markets. Mercer CountyEden ProgramsEden
Early InterventionComprehensive assessments, including psychodiagnostic evaluations, educational evaluations, and clinical assessments are provided to clarify diagnosis, assess cognitive, behavioral, social, emotional, academic, attentional, and executive functioning areas, determine strengths and weaknesses, and recommend effective interventions. Union CountyPsychological ServicesChildren's Specialized Hosptial
Early Intervention HIVThe Early Intervention Program at Trinitas Hospital is dedicated to providing primary medical care, case management and prescription drug assistance to individuals from Union County who are HIV positive. Both anonymous and confidential testing is available.Union CountyBehavioral HealthTrinitas Hospital
East Mountain Schoolstate approved,private special ed school for students grades 7-12 that are classified emotionally disturbed or behaviorally disordered.School provides instructional programs and counseling services.Somerset CountyEast Mountain SchoolCarrier Clinic
East Mountain Youth Lodgeco-educational, residential treatment prg providing 24/7 clinical, therapeutic and educational programs for adolescents aged 13 to 18 with psychiatric, behavioral, emotional and/or substance abuse difficulties. Specializes in youth who have experienced abuse, neglect and violence.Somerset CountyEast Mountain Youth LodgeCarrier Clinic
Educational ServicesThe Eden Institute, Eden's founding program established in 1975, provides year-round educational services for children and adolescents with autism, ages 3-21. Teaching techniques are based on the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), and each student's curriculum is tailored to his or her specific needs and abilities and based on individual, annual assessments. Mercer CountyEden ProgramsEden
El PointeWe provide specialized in home counseling and support services to help families balance their lives and meet the demands that surface within their homes (spanish/espanol).Hudson CountyCommunity Based ProgramHoboken University Medical Center
Families Firstprovides short-term, in-home counseling services. Therapist is on call 24 hours a day, seven days a week to provide telephonic support in crisis situations. This non-traditional approach to service delivery utilizes a cognitive-behavioral approach. Psychiatric services and medication monitoring included.Warren CountyMental Health AssistanceCatholic Charties, Diocese of Metuchen
Families MatterThe purpose of the Family Matters Program is to provide services to families and juveniles in Burlington County who are in the detention center or who have previously been in the detention center and are at risk of being placed out of the home. The program will also provide services to juveniles on probation or pre-adjudicated juveniles. The Program specifically addresses the problem areas of personality/behavior, peer relations, family circumstances/parenting, education, substance abuse, and vocational skills/employment. Services will be offered mainly in the family's home where the therapist will be better able to discover the familys needs and strengths. The family's home is also a more comfortable and convenient meeting place, which will allow the therapist to engage the family much faster then traditional outpatient therapy.Burlington CountyCommunity Based ProgramThe Lester A. Drenk Behavioral Health Center
Family and Children's ServicesLicensed clinical social workers and a consulting psychiatrist are skilled in responding to adult, children and family problems. Counseling offices, including a Children's Counseling Center, provide a nurturing environment where children with ADHD, family transitions, or anger management issues are addressed. The staff responds to a broad range of life cycle events including: depression, anxiety, divorce, separation, critical incident stress debriefing, bereavement counseling individually or within groups.Middlesex CountyJFVS ProgramsJewish Family & Vocational Service of Middlesex County
Family and Individual CounselingWe provide confidential treatment to individuals and families, of all ages, who are experiencing personal or relationship problems or the impact of social and environmental crisis. Provide counseling for the following: Individual/Personal Problems, Marital/Family Problems, Parent/Child Problems, Depression/Anxiety, Environmental Stress, e.g. job loss, Psychiatric Medication Monitoring, Abuse/Violence, Alcohol/Drug Abuse, and Bilingual Services. Mercer CountyJewish Family & Children's Service ProgramsJewish Family & Children's Service of Greater Mercer County
Family CenterThe Outpatient Unit of the Mental Health Clinic of Passaic provides community based mental health services for The Family Center is a community-based, family oriented specialized outpatient mental health service for thirty-five Passaic and Clifton families. The primary target is families, children and/or adults who experience, or have experienced, abusive and neglectful behaviors. The Program has been in operation continuously since 1976. The goal of The Family Center is to ameliorate the stressors producing the negative behaviors by meeting the mental health needs of the identified clients, in addition to ensuring positive and optimal functioning in all relevant life spheres.Passaic CountyOutpatientMental Health Clinic of Passaic
Family CounselingHelp is available for addressing a wide variety of traditional and contemporary family issues and lifestyles. JFS offers private counseling sessions to help with single parenting, remarried families, two-career couples, disciple with love, new parenthood, parenting your adolescent, and managing the "sandwich" obligations of childcare and eldercare. Counseling with a skilled therapist can help resolve internal conflicts, build self esteem, overcome depression or cope with anxiety and stress.Somerset CountyCounseling & Family Life EducationJewish Family Service of Central NJ
Family CounselingHelp is available for addressing a wide variety of traditional and contemporary family issues and lifestyles. JFS offers private counseling sessions to help with single parenting, remarried families, two-career couples, disciple with love, new parenthood, parenting your adolescent, and managing the "sandwich" obligations of childcare and eldercare. Counseling with a skilled therapist can help resolve internal conflicts, build self esteem, overcome depression or cope with anxiety and stress.Union CountyCounseling & Family Life EducationJewish Family Service of Central NJ
Family CounselingHelp is available for addressing a wide variety of traditional and contemporary family issues and lifestyles. JFS offers private counseling sessions to help with single parenting, remarried families, two-career couples, disciple with love, new parenthood, parenting your adolescent, and managing the "sandwich" obligations of childcare and eldercare. Counseling with a skilled therapist can help resolve internal conflicts, build self esteem, overcome depression or cope with anxiety and stress.Union CountyCounseling & Family Life EducationJewish Family Service of Central NJ
Family Court Counselingprovides short-term family counseling for at-risk youth, referred by Value Options, to work with you to prevent future court involvement. Families may be referred to the program to help them cope with issues such as family conflict, truancy, runaway, scenarios and safety concerns.Gloucester CountyCenter DivisionNew Point Behavioral Health Care
Family Crisis Intervention Counseling ServicesThe goal of the Family Crisis Intervention Program is to provide short-term crisis intervention services to referred juveniles and families to stabilize the current crisis, divert the case from family court and reduce the risk of recurring crises.Essex CountyCommunity Based ProgramThe Bridge Inc.
Family Crisis Intervention Counseling ServicesThe goal of the Family Crisis Intervention Program is to provide short-term crisis intervention services to referred juveniles and families to stabilize the current crisis, divert the case from family court and reduce the risk of recurring crises. Essex CountyCommunity Based ProgramThe Bridge Inc.
Family Crisis Intervention for JuvenilesThe Family Service Bureau of Newark is the daytime crisis responder for Essex County, providing Family Crisis Intervention for juveniles in crisis, in addition to crisis counseling for eligible families residing in the Central Ward. Essex CountyCommunity Based ProgramFamily Service Bureau of Newark
Family Crisis Intervention Program-FCIPFamily Crisis Intervention Program (FCIP), provides counseling to youth and families torn by domestic violence, parent-child conflict and/or juvenile delinquency. Essex CountyCommunity Based ProgramFamily Connections
Family Crisis Intervention UnitPrevents at-risk youth from entering the court system by providing crisis intervention services twenty-four hours per day/seven days per week. This program is open to families with an acting-out youth between the ages of eleven and seventeen who are not under the supervision of either DYFS or the Morristown County Probation Department. Sessions are primarily provided at the FIS office in Morristown. Home visits and outreach sessions are available on a needed basis. Criteria for referral: 1. Parent/child conflict. 2. Truancy and other school-related problems. 3. family/youth substance abuse problems. 4. Recovered runaway who is unwilling to go home. Referral Sources: Any family or community provider.Morris CountyCommunity Based ProgramFamily Intervention Services, Inc.
Family Crisis Intervention Unit-FCIUThe Family Crisis Intervention Unit (FCIU) was established in 1984 through family court legislation. The purpose of the program is to provide crisis intervention services to families in crisis in order to divert them from the formal court system, to stabilize them, to keep them intact, and to prevent out-of-home placement. The Family Crisis Intervention Unit provides crisis intervention, short-term counseling and court advocacy. The program also serves as the intake unit for the county shelter program. The Family Crisis Intervention Unit serves families who are at risk for court involvement due to an erupting family crisis. One family member (the identified consumer) must be under the age of 18, live in Burlington County and meet one of the following definitions of being in a family crisis: Serious conflict between youth and family, Runaway behavior, Truancy, Disorderly persons offense,and Other family conflict or problem. All families are initially assessed as to their needs and the Family Crisis Intervention Unit's ability to serve them effectively. Initial assessments may be done over the telephone or in-person. In-person assessments are completed in the office, the detention center, or court. The FCIU provides crisis intervention, short-term family therapy, case management and court intervention to families at no cost, and is open to all families who meet the above criteria. Referrals to the program can be made directly to the office during business hours. After-hours access is handled by pager. Referrals come from the court system, the Division of Youth and Family Services, and other community agencies, as well as the police and families themselves. The Burlington County Board of Chosen Freeholders and the Division of Youth & Family Services fund the Family Crisis Intervention Unit. Burlington CountyCommunity Based ProgramThe Lester A. Drenk Behavioral Health Center
Family Intensive In-Home TreatmentProvides intensive community-based services to families who have children that are co-managed by the Morris County DYFS and YCM programs. The program provides individual, family and group counseling for the child and family for a minimum of five hours per week for a length of three to six months. Criteria for referral: 1. Child must be involved with Morris County DYFS and YCM. 2. Family and child must agree to participate in the program a minimum of five hours per week. Referral Sources: DYFS and YCMMorris CountyCommunity Based ProgramFamily Intervention Services, Inc.
Family Preservation ProgramThis program is funded by the New Jersey Division of Youth and Family Services(DYFS). The Apostles' House staff works with families who have been identified by DYFS as at-risk of having children removed from the home and placed in foster care. There may be abuse or neglect issues or a mother may just be overwhelmed and need assistance. We are the last step before the case goes to Family Court. We work in the home with the family for four to six hours weekly. We make sure children are in school, seeing doctors or therapists and being cared for properly. We advocate for clients, teach parenting and life skills as well as housekeeping skills. The average case is active with us for six to eight months. We have a 83% success rate in keeping families together. Essex CountyCommunity Based ProgramThe Apostles' House
Family Preservation ProgramFour to eight weeks of intensive psycho-educational services intended to stabilize a family. Counselors provide an average of eight to ten hours of service a week for each family. There is a present crisis that places at least one child at risk of being removed or a child is returning from an out of home placement. All services are provided in home and are referred only though a DYFS contract. Monmouth CountyYMCA ProgramsThe Community YMCA Family Services
Family Preservation Program-FPSThis program uses a professional clinical team that coordinates an intensive in-home family crisis intervention and education program to families identified by DYFS in Essex and Union Counties with a child who is at risk of out-of-home placement. Essex CountyCommunity Based ProgramThe Bridge Inc.
Family Preservation Program-FPSThis program uses a professional clinical team that coordinates an intensive in-home family crisis intervention and education program to families identified by DYFS in Essex and Union Counties with a child who is at risk of out-of-home placement. Essex CountyCommunity Based ProgramThe Bridge Inc.
Family Preservation ServiceThe Family Preservation Program provides in-home, short-term interventions to families with children and adolescents. The focus of the intervention is to improve family functioning to prevent unnecessary out-of-home placement of children at risk for removal. The program helps families utilize community resources more effectively and support families in reunifying if separation has occurred.Cape May CountyFamily Preservation ServiceCape Counseling Services
Family Preservation Service-FPSFamily Preservation Service (FPS) is a program of Family Guidance Center providing short-term, intensive, in-home family education and crisis intervention services. The goal of the program is to help families in crisis with a child at risk of out-of-home placement. FPS therapists work with families in their home for approximately 6 weeks. FPS therapists provide families with anywhere from 5-20 hours per week of face-to-face contact. Therapists are available to families 24 hours per day, seven days per week.Mercer CountyOutpatientFamily Guidance Center Corporation
Family Preservation ServicesIntensive, short-term in-home crisis intervention program serving families at imminent risk of out-of-home placement of children by DYFS; program's purpose is stabilization of family and to assist them in skill development to eliminate risk of placement; therapist available by pager 24/7.Hunterdon CountyYouth ServicesCatholic Charties, Diocese of Metuchen
Family Preservation ServicesIntensive, in-home, short-term crisis intervention and family education program to prevent out-of-home placement of children. Services are provided at times convenient to families, including evenings and weekends. Therapists on call 24 hours a day.Warren CountyYouth ServicesCatholic Charties, Diocese of Metuchen
Family Preservation ServicesIntensive, short-term in-home crisis intervention program serving families at imminent risk of out-of-home placement of children by DYFS; program's purpose is stabilization of family and to assist them in skill development to eliminate risk of placement; therapist available by pager 24/7.Somerset CountyYouth ServicesCatholic Charties, Diocese of Metuchen
Family Preservation ServicesIntensive, short-term in-home crisis intervention program serving families at imminent risk of out-of-home placement of children by DYFS; program's purpose is stabilization of family and to assist them in skill development to eliminate risk of placement; therapist available by pager 24/7.Middlesex CountyYouth ServicesCatholic Charties, Diocese of Metuchen
Family Preservations Services ProgramAn intensive, short-term emergency intervention and education program for families experiencing child-focused crisis where one or more of their children are at imminent risk of being placed out of home. FPS provides a minimum of five to eight hours of face-to-face intervention per week for a length of four to six weeks. The goal of the program is to prevent placement if a child can be safely maintained in the home. FPS can also be utilized to assist in the transition of a child returning from placement to their home. Criteria for referral: 1. Child can be safely maintained in the home. 2. Less intensive services have exhausted, unavailable or deemed inappropriate. 3. At least on primary care giver is willing to work with FPS and agrees not to pursue placement during the intervention. 4. Alcohol and substance abuse do not interfere with appropriate participation in the program. 5. A child is returning from placement within the next four weeks. Referral Sources: DYFSMorris CountyCommunity Based ProgramFamily Intervention Services, Inc.
Family Preservations Services ProgramAn intensive, short-term emergency intervention and education program for families experiencing child-focused crisis where one or more of their children are at imminent risk of being placed out of home. FPS provides a minimum of five to eight hours of face-to-face intervention per week for a length of four to six weeks. The goal of the program is to prevent placement if a child can be safely maintained in the home. FPS can also be utilized to assist in the transition of a child returning from placement to their home. Criteria for referral: 1. Child can be safely maintained in the home. 2. Less intensive services have exhausted, unavailable or deemed inappropriate. 3. At least on primary care giver is willing to work with FPS and agrees not to pursue placement during the intervention. 4. Alcohol and substance abuse do not interfere with appropriate participation in the program. 5. A child is returning from placement within the next four weeks. Referral Sources: DYFSSussex CountyCommunity Based ProgramFamily Intervention Services, Inc.
Family Resource CenterThe Family Resource Center is a community outpatient treatment center located at 300 North Avenue East, Cranford, NJ 07016. Behavioral health services are provided in a convenient, relaxed, and comfortable setting, close to home, office or school. As an affiliate of Trinitas Hospital Department of Behavioral Health and Psychiatry, the Center is backed by the hospitals extensive continuum of services and programs. The center provides evaluation of children, adolescents, families, couples, and adults. Both time effective and intensive individual and group treatments are available. Union CountyBehavioral HealthTrinitas Hospital
Family Stabilization ProgramProvides family therapy to children and their families for a period of six to nine months. Families receive individual and family therapy primarily in home visits. Families with children through the age of seventeen are eligible if they are experiencing problems in areas including children's behaviors, parenting skills, or issues that put the child at risk of placement. Criteria for referral: 1. Children in danger of being removed from their families. 2. Children who have been place in a residential facility, group home or with a foster family, and are working towards family reunification. 3.Children in long-term foster care who are experiencing difficulties and are in need of stabilization. Referral Sources: DYFSPassaic CountyCommunity Based ProgramFamily Intervention Services, Inc.
Family Stabilization ProgramProvides family therapy to children and their families for a period of six to nine months. Families receive individual and family therapy primarily in home visits. Families with children through the age of seventeen are eligible if they are experiencing problems in areas including children's behaviors, parenting skills, or issues that put the child at risk of placement. Criteria for referral: 1. Children in danger of being removed from their families. 2. Children who have been place in a residential facility, group home or with a foster family, and are working towards family reunification. 3.Children in long-term foster care who are experiencing difficulties and are in need of stabilization. Referral Sources: DYFSPassaic CountyCommunity Based ProgramFamily Intervention Services, Inc.
Family Stabilization ProgramProvides family therapy to children and their families for a period of six to nine months. Families receive individual and family therapy primarily in home visits. Families with children through the age of seventeen are eligible if they are experiencing problems in areas including children's behaviors, parenting skills, or issues that put the child at risk of placement. Criteria for referral: 1. Children in danger of being removed from their families. 2. Children who have been place in a residential facility, group home or with a foster family, and are working towards family reunification. 3.Children in long-term foster care who are experiencing difficulties and are in need of stabilization. Referral Sources: DYFSSussex CountyCommunity Based ProgramFamily Intervention Services, Inc.
Family Stabilization ProgramProvides family therapy to children and their families for a period of six to nine months. Families receive individual and family therapy primarily in the FIS office in Morristown. Outreach sessions and home visits are provided on an as needed basis. Families with children through the age of seventeen are eligible if they are experiencing problems in areas including children's behaviors, parenting skills, or issues that put the child at risk of placement. Criteria for referral: 1. Children in danger of being removed from their families. 2. Children who have been place in a residential facility, group home or with a foster family, and are working towards family reunification. 3.Children in long-term foster care who are experiencing difficulties and are in need of stabilization. Referral Sources: DYFS, FCIUMorris CountyCommunity Based ProgramFamily Intervention Services, Inc.
Family SupportAccepts referrals only from the NJ Division of Youth and Family Services. Provides intensive individual and family therapy both in our offices and off-site. Children served have been abused or neglected and are living in either their own homes or foster homes. Ocean CountyAccess CenterPreferred Behavioral Health of NJ
Family Support ProgramThe Family Support Program (FSP) is an intensive in-home treatment program designed to help maintain youth, considered to be at risk for out of home placement, within the community. Our services are family driven, community- based, strength-based, culturally diverse, individualized and easily accessible. We provide individual and family counseling, needs assessments and clinical evaluations, substance abuse counseling, play therapy, art therapy and independent living skills training.Monmouth CountyYMCA ProgramsThe Community YMCA Family Services
Family Support Services-FSSDYFS referred only for in-home or outpatient family, individual or marital therapy; children in family should be significantly at risk of out-of-home placement; case management to active DYFS clients.Hunterdon CountyYouth ServicesCatholic Charties, Diocese of Metuchen
Female Delinquency PreventionGirls Rule is a delinquency prevention program for girls in Morris and Sussex Counties, between 12 and 17, that is designed to empower young women to make healthy and safe decisions about their future. Participants receive a comprehensive psychosocial assessment, referral for specialized services as needed, and case management. Individual sessions are used to help girls develop future goals in all aspects of their lives, including health, family, social functioning, academics and spirituality. A 13-week group of peers focuses on information and education on healthy and safe relationships, activities that improve self-esteem, and social support development. This program focuses on issues that impact girls: how the media affects our self-image self-esteem making and keeping friends establishing independence healthy sexuality finding support planning for the future Girls Rule is not a series of lectures. Girls participate in games, discussions, role-playing, and creative projects. Parents and guardians are invited to monthly special events that include career, relationship and cultural nights. Morris CountyOutpatientSaint Clare's Hospital
Friends of Grace Seniors Korean Community CenterBi-lingual group for Korean Caregivers. Community based Korean community center for educational and cultural resources and services. Open to general public.Bergen CountyFriends of Grace Seniors Korean Community CenterFriends of Grace Seniors Korean Community Center
Girls Exercising Real Life Skills (GERLS)The Hispanic Family Center offers a bilingual and gender specific program that provides education and group counseling for females between the ages of 13-19 years old. GERLS is designed to encourage positive development to reduce at risk behavior; as well as increase healthy decision-making by enhancing life, coping and social skills. Program referrals are accepted from various sources including but not limited to: school districts, FCIU, families, local police, probation officers, the court system, and the community.Camden CountyOutpatientHispanic Family Center of Southern NJ
Haddon Heights Aging InThe Aging-In Program is offered through YCS, and designed to assist young women (ages 17-1/2 - 22) who are moving into adulthood and need the structure and support of a family-like environment.Camden CountyHaddon Heights Aging InYCS Main Office
Harmonyis an intensive in-home service to preserve families and to prevent the placement of their children outside their homes. They work to improve the family functioning in order to promote the childs health, safety and welfare. The ultimate goal is to enable the family to stay together. Ocean CountyIn homeOcean Mental Health Services, Inc.
HIV Counseling and TestingWe'll answer all your questions about HIV before testing for the disease. If your test results are positive, we counsel, refer and guide you to supportive assistance.Somerset CountyHealth ServicesWomen's Health and Counseling Center
Home-Based Services24 hour/7day week emergency coverage Referrals accepted only from CMO, CSA, Youth Case Management Hours scheduled based on family availability including evenings and weekends. Home-Based Services provides intensive in-community services for families referred by the CMO, CSA, or Youth Case Management. Services include assessment, individual and family treatment, family education and skill development which are provided by masters level or clinically licensed staff. Mercer CountyGTBHC ProgramsGreater Trenton Behavioral HealthCare
Home Care ServicesAs the largest provider of home care services in the county, the hospital's home care agency offers: skilled nursing; high-tech services; physical, occupational and speech therapy; dysphasia therapy; nutritional therapy; medical social services; home health aide services; and psychiatric nursing services.Hudson CountyCommunity BasedChrist Hospital
Home Health SupportTo assist individuals who are homebound and unable to utilize other psychiatric resources and programs, Englewood Hospital and Medical Center offers home health care. Individuals suffering from confusion, fear, anxiety, depression or other types of stress can be evaluated and managed by a psychiatric nurse, who will visit them at home, through the arrangement of our Home Health Services. Home health assistance includes everything from educating people on the importance of taking medicine as prescribed to evaluating their ability to function independently. Individuals of all ages throughout Bergen County are eligible for homebound psychiatric nursing, which can be arranged through our Medical Center's Home Health Services.Bergen CountyBehavioral HealthEnglewood Hospital Medical Center
HOPWAThe Salvation Army's HOPWA Program operates in connection with our HIV/AIDS program services. This program provides short-term rental and emergency utility assistance. In addition, our Housing Information Specialist provides services to prevent homelessness and meet the housing needs of low-income persons with HIV/AIDS. This program complements the work of the HIV/AIDS Case Managers by providing housing information, referral services, emergency assistance, counseling, life skills training, and follow-up services.Essex CountyHIV/AIDS ProgramsSalvation Army
Hunterdon Juvenile Counselinginterfaces with Family Court and provides family mental health evaluations. All youths are referred by Family Court and must be Hunterdon County residents.Hunterdon CountyMental Health AssistanceCatholic Charties, Diocese of Metuchen
Independent Living ProgramProject YES provides a continuum of care for severely troubled youth in twelve residential settings including transitional, emergency shelters and long-term group homes. The third step in our continuum of care is the Independent Living Program, supervised apartment living for young men and women who have aged-out of the foster care system. Hudson CountyProject YESVolunteers of America
Individual & Family Mental Health ProgramFamily and Community Services provides professional mental health and family services at a sliding scale rate for those who live or work in Somerset County. These services include individual, family, couples therapy, and group treatment to people of all ages. Clients are also provided with psychiatric services when indicated, for a sliding scale fee.Somerset CountyIndividual & Family Mental Health ProgramFamily & Community Services of Somerset County
Intensive In-CommunityIntensive In-Community provides individual therapy and behavioral support for children with emotional, behavioral and mental-health related issues. Children can be seen in their homes, schools or at a convenient community locaiton. Essex CountyIntensive In-CommunityMental Health Association of Essex County
Just One StepProvides in-community services for children and families. Clinically-based programs consist of: Needs Assessment, Intensive In-Community, and Behavioral Assistance. Request for services are approved by the NJ Department of Child Behavioral Health.Mercer CountyAccess CenterCatholic Charities Diocese of Trenton
Juvenile Court ServicesCPC Behavioral Healthcare provides programs to the Monmouth County Family Court. Project ACT (Adolescent Court Treatment) provides evaluation and counseling services to youth involved with the Family Court System. The goal of this program is to assess the behavioral health needs of the adolescent and provide brief treatment while in the Youth Detention Center. Juveniles must be referred directly by Family Court Judges, Juvenile Probation Officers, Youth Detention Center (YDC) staff or local Juvenile Conference Committees for these grant-funded services. The program is held on-site at the Youth Detention Center in Freehold.Monmouth CountyAccess CenterCPC Behavioral Healthcare
Juvenile Detention CenterSecure facility for juveniles who have been arrested on serious delinquency charges. Union CountyUnion County Division of Social ServicesUnion County Department of Human Services
Juvenile Evaluation and Treatment ServicesJuvenile Evaluation and Treatment Services (JETS) This innovative program at Morristown Memorial Hospital is viewed by the New Jersey justice system as a model treatment program for juvenile offenders and their families: For more than two decades, JETS has worked with the Morris County court system, youth detention center, and youth shelter, providing a combination of individual, family and group therapy. JETS therapists also treat juveniles with behavioral, oppositional and socialization problems prior to their involvement with the court system.Morris CountyOutpatient ProgramsMorristown Memorial Hospital
Juvenile/Family Crisis CenterThe Juvenile/Family Crisis Center is a 24 hour, legally mandated service. This program is designed to assist families who are experiencing serious difficulties in managing the behavior of children aged 10-17, and in situations where the behavior of the children or parent results in a serious threat to the well-being and safety of the youth or other family members. This court-affiliated program aims to intercede in family conflicts and, where possible, to divert such cases from formal court and premature out of home placement pending exhaustion of community resources. Approximately 90% of the cases are diverted from court; with less than 5% of the cases requiring out of home placement. A primary objective of the Crisis Center is to promote and strengthen the integrity of the family unit. Services include short-term crisis stabilization, family assessment, case management, treatment planning, and referrals to appropriate community-based services.Atlantic CountyDivision of Intergenerational ServicesAtlantic County
Juvenile Firesetter ProgramAddresses the problem of juvenile firesetting through fire safety intervention. Goals include reducing the number of fires set by juveniles.Morris CountyDepartment of Human ServiceDepartment of Human Services
Juvenile Offender Care ManagementThe Intensive Case Management Service Program provides individualized, strengths-based intensive case management for youth up to 45 days. This program was designed in collaboration with the Burlington County Juvenile Justice Commission, with the common goal of reducing repeat offenses among Youth. ICM recognizes where each Youth is developmentally, and uses the childs strengths and skills to build a unique program that meets that Youths needs. To identify the Youths areas of strength and need a complete bio-psychosocial assessment is completed, as well as an assessment of life-skills. These tools are utilized in developing an individual plan for each child to help them develop into positive members of the community, and to identify measures of accountability. Burlington CountyCommunity Based ProgramThe Lester A. Drenk Behavioral Health Center
Juvenile Sex OffendersProgram for Juvenile Sex Offenders delivers prevention and treatment for youth charged with sexual assault or other inappropriate sexual behavior. To maximize success, all services are coordinated with the courts and probation. Essex CountyCommunity Based ProgramFamily Connections
Kid ConnectionThis program is open to children exhibiting behavioral or emotional disturbances that put them at risk of out of home placement, or have already resulted in placement outside the home. This program provides an array of community-based clinical and case management services with the goal of stabilizing the children at home or in a community based setting. Services provided include intensive in home treatment, independent/adult living skills training, resource families, and engagement and advocacy with community institutions such as schools and courts. Referral Sources: DYFSEssex CountyCommunity Based ProgramFamily Intervention Services, Inc.
Latino Community OutreachOffers Bilingual and bicultural mental health services to non-english speaking hispanics and their families living in the Greater Mercer County Area. Ofrece servicios de salud mental bilinges y biculturales para los pacientes hispanicos que no hablan ingls y para sus familiares que viven en el Condado de Mercer. Mercer CountyOutpatientAssociation for Advancement of MH-AAMH
Livingston Family PartnersLivingston Family Partners is a program to help families cope with their child's social, emotional and behavioral challenges. Professional clinicians provide families with needed information along with home-based supportive consultation and counseling. Services are free and confidential. Essex CountyLivingston Family PartnersMental Health Association of Essex County
Medication Clinicstaffed by psychiatrist, nurses, and case managers. Provides comprehensive assessment and diagnosis as well as prescribing medication when appropriate.Somerset CountyThe Outpatient DepartmentRichard Hall Community MHC
Mental Health CounselingWe offer mental health services to families, couples, children, adults and seniors on a sliding fee scale so that all people can have access to this crucial health care. Our clinical staff also provides in-home therapy for low-income families through a special children's initiative. Monmouth CountyCommunity Based ProgramFamily & Children's Services
Mental Health EvaluationsJFVS provides Mental Health Evaluations to the Middlesex County Family Court for the youth in the Detention Center. Middlesex CountyJFVS ProgramsJewish Family & Vocational Service of Middlesex County
Mental Health Outpatient Clinictraditional services such as initial evaluation and treatment plans including therapy and medication management. Services are available to suit the needs of children and adolescents, adults as well as the geriatric population.Bergen CountyMental Health Outpatient ClinicBergen Regional Medical Center
Mental Health ServicesOur Mental Health Services provide counseling for difficult life issues that hinder a person's sense of well being and interfere with personal growth. Some of these issues are relationship conflicts, loss, separation, divorce, and job jeopardy or termination. In addition, specific treatment may be obtained for any of the following: Anxiety, Depression, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Other Mental Health complications, Relationship Issues (Marital, Significant Others, Parent/Child, Siblings, etc.), Employment Related Difficulties, Bereavement, Anger Management (adolescent), Women's Issues, Parenting Issues, DYFS Referrals accepted, Medication Evaluation and Monitoring (for counseling clients only), and 9/11 Services (Children thru Adults).Monmouth CountyYMCA ProgramsThe Community YMCA Family Services
Mile PostMilepost (formerly the Juvenile Intervention Program) provides treatment and support services for high risk children and youth who have demonstrated sexually assaultive or potentially assaultive behavior.Mercer CountyAccess CenterCatholic Charities Diocese of Trenton
Monmouth Behavioral HealthProvides a wide range of individual, group, couples and family counseling. Services are provided for children and adults experiencing emotional disorders, family and marital problems, and psychological or interpersonal problems. Monmouth CountyAccess CenterCatholic Charities Diocese of Trenton
MR/DD Teaching Family ProgramsIndividuals with developmental disabilities and autism live in homes throughout the state with professional practitioners who teach skills directly and serve as models for appropriate alternative behaviors. All teaching Family homes are designed to provide a family-like setting with the practitioners providing consistency, teaching and stability for the individuals. One to four individuals of similar age ranges reside in the homes. Ages range from three to adulthood.Gloucester CountyResidentialDevereux New Jersey Treatment Network
New Directions-After School Partial CareWith its strong philosophical commitment to working with families and community support systems, New Directions - Comprehensive Behavioral Healthcare, Inc.'s After-School Partial Care Program - has proven to be a cost-effective alternative to out-of-home placement for at-risk youth. Designed for preteens and teenagers ages 11 through 17, New Directions is a valuable treatment option for young people in need of intensive, structured therapeutic activities two to five evenings a week in order to address serious emotional problems. Bergen CountyAdolescent ServicesComprehensive Behavioral Healthcare, Inc.
New Jersey's Autism ResourcesThrough our Information and Advocacy Department, Autism New Jersey, Inc. offers referral lists for autism service professionals in many different categories. Autism New Jersey, Inc. Referral List Policy: The individuals listed on our website have been recommended by other parents and have agreed to be on Autism New Jersey, Inc.'s referral lists. Please contact their offices to inquire about specific information such as insurance, Medicaid, etc. The description of services is listed exactly as submitted by professionals or as found in their literature.StatewideAutism New Jersey, Inc.Autism New Jersey, Inc.
NIA Teaching HomeA long-term group home for boys between the ages of ten and seventeen, NIA Teaching Home is one of twelve residential facilities in the Project YES program. Project YES provides a continuum of care to troubled youth including temporary, emergency shelters and long-term group homes for severely troubled children, and supervised apartment living for young men and women who have aged-out of the foster care system.Passaic CountyProject YESVolunteers of America
Parenting Skills Partnership ProgramThrough in-home visits, highly trained counselors help parents cope with the children's unique behavioral problems and work with the children to reinforce socially acceptable behaviors, and help them make a successful transition to family living. Union CountyProject YESVolunteers of America
PEAKSocial skills program for children and adolescents ages 7-12 with behavioral challenges caused by ADHD or Asperger's Syndrome (to age 14). Provides after school and summer treatment services utilizing a social learning, social skill, and self-esteem building approach to help children and families. Meets at Holy Family School in Lakewood Ocean CountyAccess CenterCatholic Charities Diocese of Trenton
Positive ParentingSupervised visitation to DYFS families, as well as court ordered families, is provided in a safe, structured environment.Somerset CountyYouth ServicesCatholic Charties, Diocese of Metuchen
Post-Partum WellnessSaint Clare's Behavioral Health Services offers a comprehensive program of counseling and support for families. Whether it's dealing with post-partum depression for new mothers, supporting families who are caring for a loved one with mental illness, or offering intensive counseling and psychiatric service to individuals or family groups, Saint Clare's behavioral health professionals are there to help. The Post-Partum Wellness Initiative provides a full complement of crisis intervention, assessment, counseling and self-help group support for women suffering from depression after childbirth. Morris CountyOutpatientSaint Clare's Hospital
Preschool Psychological, Assessment, Resources and Education-PrePAREPrePARE (Preschool Psychological Assessment, Resources, and Education), delivers free on-site developmental assessments, play therapy, speech therapy, parent and caregiver training, and innovative evidence-based curricula to develop problem-solving, violence prevention, personal safety, and empathy. More than 300 children currently receive PrePARE services in four area preschools. Essex CountyOutpatientFamily Connections
Project IndependenceThis program is designed to give adolescents, sixteen (16) through twenty- one (21), a head start for responsible living as young adults. Each client is given a comprehensive independent living skills assessment to determine life skills proficiency levels. Intensive training is then provided through both educational groups and individual skills training sessions. Participation in the program is at least six (6) months long but can continue as long as the youth's commitment to obtaining the goal is evident. Ocean CountyAccess CenterPreferred Behavioral Health of NJ
Project InterceptProject Intercept offers a program of group community service to juvenile offenders as a dispositional option for the Family Court judges in Bergen County. Court-ordered, group-supported community service projects offer an alternative to incarceration for young people involved in delinquent activities. Each group project is supervised by a case manager and by an off-duty police officer, who serves as a role model and provides program participants with an opportunity to establish a positive rapport with law enforcement personnel. Bergen CountyOutpatientCatholic Charities Archdiocese of Newark-CCS
Project P.A.Y.B.A.C.C.Project P.A.Y.B.A.C.C. offers a community-based day-treatment program for pre- or post-adjudicated adolescent males. The program offers an alternative to incarceration in detention centers or other state juvenile facilities. Providing youths with a comprehensive three-month treatment program, Project P.A.Y.B.A.C.C. helps youths successfully re-enter the community. The program offers links to needed community and support services, including intake and assessment; individual and group counseling; psycho-educational services; guided group interaction; educational services; job skills training and job search; intensive in-home family counseling; mentoring; and individual and group community-service projects. Hudson CountyProject P.A.Y.B.A.C.C.Catholic Charities Archdiocese of Newark-CCS
Project Stepping UpProject Stepping Up is a transitional program for youth "aging out" of the child welfare system. Services include clinical case management, short-term individual and group counseling and independent life skills traning. Essex CountyProject Stepping UpMental Health Association of Essex County
Providence Malta PrepProvidence Malta Prep serves as a transitional living program for adolescent and young adult males who are in need of a home following their release from the New Jersey state juvenile justice system. In a family-style residential setting, the program provides food, clothing, shelter, links to appropriate educational and employment resources, group counseling, and cultural and recreational activities. The program ultimately prepares youths to reintegrate and live independently within the community. Hudson CountyProvidence Malta PrepCatholic Charities Archdiocese of Newark-CCS
Psychiatric ServicesThe West Bergen Center for Children and Youth offers comprehensive psychiatric services for children and adolescents. Our team of child and adolescent psychiatrists and advanced practice nurses work collaboratively with a childs therapist and family to ensure continuity of care and optimal treatment outcomes.Bergen CountyWest Bergen Center for Children & YouthWest Bergen Mental Healthcare
Psychological AssessmentComprehensive assessments, including psychodiagnostic evaluations, educational evaluations, and clinical assessments are provided to clarify diagnosis, assess cognitive, behavioral, social, emotional, academic, attentional, and executive functioning areas, determine strengths and weaknesses, and recommend effective interventions. Union CountyPsychological ServicesChildren's Specialized Hosptial
Psychological TreatmentCounseling and Psychotherapy Psychologists at Children's Specialized Hospital are specially trained to treat individuals from birth through 23 years of age, with a variety of problems including depression, anxiety and other mood disorders, adjustment problems, behavior difficulties, panic disorders, autism spectrum disorders, social skill weaknesses, phobias, Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (AD/HD), Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, low self-esteem, peer or sibling problems, parent/child conflict, eating disorders, trauma, abuse, chronic pain, chronic illness, weight control, school problems, divorce, anger management, grief and loss. Treatment is provided through individual play therapy, psychotherapy, behavior therapy, parent counseling, family therapy, group therapy, or a combination of these methods. Group therapy and psycho-educational programs for children with AD/HD or problems with social skills or other issues are offered. These groups may be structured to include family and caregiver participation. All services are always tailored to meet the needs of the child or adolescent and his or her family.Union CountyPsychological ServicesChildren's Specialized Hosptial
RainbowPlaceChildhood can be a difficult time for some children. Youth who are emotionally disturbed often exhibit behaviors which cause problems in the home, school and community. Some children can become so disruptive that they require psychiatric hospitalization or residential treatment. In many cases, these placements are unnecessary, expensive and destructive to the family. RainbowPlace Partial Care Program serves children ages 6 through 12 who are in need of mental health services. The goal of the program is to help each child attain his or her highest level of functioning while remaining in the community. During the school year, RainbowPlace meets Monday through Friday, from 1 pm. to 6 pm. In the summer, programming extends from 9 am. to 5 pm. Monday through Friday. Program participants are involved in an active, structured treatment program. Atlantic CountyRainbowPlaceFamily Service Association
Regional Aftercare Program-RAPIndependent living program for aging-out youth active with DYFS; program offers skills training, psychiatric evaluation and case management. Referral restricted to DYFS.Hunterdon CountyYouth ServicesCatholic Charties, Diocese of Metuchen
Regional Response UnitThe Regional Response Unit (RRU) is an outreach component of the Childrens Crisis Intervention Unit (CCIS) at UMDNJ/UBHC Acute Services. The program services Middlesex, Mercer, Somerset and Hunterdon counties. This mobile outreach mental health program services youths who are housed in Detention Centers, Shelters, designated group homes and residential facillities. Middlesex CountyUniversity Behavioral Healthcare-UBHCRutgers University Behavioral Health Care
RELATE Social Skills Program for Youth and FamiliesRELATE Social Skills Program for Youth and Families focuses on communication skills, non-verbal behavior, friendship skills, and specific techniques to help children experiencing social difficulties in school and in other social settings. The program also teaches kids how to break the negative cycles of thinking and acting that typically plague children with social skill challenges. Groups meet at the FSL offices in Bloomfield and Montclair or on school grounds. 8 sessions per semester, customized to fit the needs of participating children, families, and schools. Each weekly group session is 60 or 90 minutes in duration. Essex CountyOutpatientFamily Service League, Inc.
Respite Care Services I & IIRespite is a Project YES program offering temporary, emergency shelter for children, ages eight to seventeen, in Jersey City and Plainfield, New Jersey. Project YES provides a continuum of care to severely troubled youth including temporary, emergency shelters and long-term group homes, and supervised apartment living for young men and women who have aged-out of the foster care system. Union CountyProject YESVolunteers of America
Riskin Children's CenterThe Riskin Children's Center provides a high-quality, easily accessible center for evaluation and treatment of children facing challenges that impede theri development into fully-functional adults. These challenges can include psychological, educational, neurological, environmental and social problems. The Riskin Children's Center integrates services under one roof, comprehensively addressing the child as a whole. Passaic CountyOutpatientJewish Family and Children Services
SafeHarbor ProgramAdolescence is a difficult time for most people. Youth who are emotionally disturbed often exhibit behaviors which cause problems in the home, school and community. Some teens can become so troubled that they require hospitalization, incarceration or residential treatment. In many cases, these placements are unnecessary, expensive and destructive. The most effective way to teach youth how to deal with the pressures of community life is to support and mentor them through the challenges they face. SafeHarbor provides therapeutic services to young people and their families. The goal is to help each individual attain his or her highest level of functioning within the community. Atlantic CountySafeHarbor ProgramFamily Service Association
School Based Collaboration with Familieshelps schools implement practices for preventing and solving specific educational, developmental, social, emotional, behavioral, and motivational problems.Somerset CountyAfter School Intensive Group Treatment Milieu & the Family Therapy Clinic'sRichard Hall Community MHC
School Based CounselingThe school-based outreach program reaches at-risk youth in the community, in an effort to prevent runaway behavior and youth dropping out of school. This year the program served 401 students and families. 99.6% of clients stayed in school and 98% did not run away.Mercer CountyThe Anchorage House ProgramsThe Anchorage House
School-Based CounselingSchool-Based Counseling for middle and high school students is provided in several schools, Youth Development Specialists are on-site, providing support and counseling to students who are experiencing social and emotional difficulties. Essex CountySchool-Based CounselingMental Health Association of Essex County
School Based Mental Health ServicesProvided to at risk youth via OPD clinician who works on site at Somerset County vo-tec as part of a LINKAGES program.Somerset CountyThe Outpatient DepartmentRichard Hall Community MHC
School-Based ProgramCase management implemented in schools to provide support, educational counseling and direction to at-risk teens. Professional parenting programs are provided by staff to pregnant or single teen parents.Somerset CountyCommunity Outreach ServicesAlternatives, Inc.
School-Based ProgramCase management implemented in schools to provide support, educational counseling and direction to at-risk teens. Professional parenting programs are provided by staff to pregnant or single teen parents.Warren CountyCommunity Outreach ServicesAlternatives, Inc.
Self-Sufficiency ServicesNESF works closely with city & county welfare agencys to provide intensive case management services for those involved with the Supportive Assistance to Individuals & Families (SAIF) program. This program is available, by referral only, to those individuals who have or are about to reach their lifetime limit (60 months) of public assistance benefits. The goal of this service is to assist clients in reaching a state of financial and residential self-sufficiency whether thats through obtaining job training and employment or through securing another form of permanent income. Clients are assisted in accomplishing these goals with the implementation of the Adkins Lifeskills Training. Clients are provided with training and information about basic life and work skills by trained NESF case managers. NESF also works with the Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH) to provide permanent housing placement and continued supportive services to nine individuals for a period of up to five years. Essex CountyCommunity Based ProgramNewark Emergency Services for Families, Inc.-NESF
Sexual Abuse Treatment (SAT) ProgramThis program was established in 1983. The program provides specialized counseling for child victims and perpetrators of sexual abuse and their families. Staff coordinate treatment services with the state DYFS staff and with the county's Multi-Disciplinary Team (MDT) headed by the Prosecutor's office. Warren CountySexual Abuse Treatment (SAT) ProgramFamily Guidance Center of Warren County
Sexual Abuse Treatment (SAT) ProgramThis program was established in 1983. The program provides specialized counseling for child victims and perpetrators of sexual abuse and their families. Staff coordinate treatment services with the state DYFS staff and with the county's Multi-Disciplinary Team (MDT) headed by the Prosecutor's office. Warren CountySexual Abuse Treatment (SAT) ProgramFamily Guidance Center of Warren County
Sexual Abuse Treatment (SAT) ProgramThis program was established in 1983. The program provides specialized counseling for child victims and perpetrators of sexual abuse and their families. Staff coordinate treatment services with the state DYFS staff and with the county's Multi-Disciplinary Team (MDT) headed by the Prosecutor's office. Warren CountySexual Abuse Treatment (SAT) ProgramFamily Guidance Center of Warren County
Sexual Abuse Treatment Team-SATTprovides assessments and treatment of adults and child sexual abuse survivors. Provides some assessment and treatment to sex offenders.Somerset CountyThe Outpatient DepartmentRichard Hall Community MHC
Sexual Assault ProgramCounseling and advocacy for adults and children who were sexually victimized. Rape crisis intervention 24 hours a day, seven days a week.Cumberland CountyOutpatientCumberland County Guidance Center
Shelter of HOPESince 2004, the Shelter of HOPE has provided a safe environment for girls and boys in crisis. The Shelter of HOPE is a privately managed Alternative Youth Shelter, providing services for youth from both Salem and Gloucester Counties. In addition, the shelter provides services to youth that are runaway, homeless, court-placed or abused, or children involved with Child Protective Services from throughout Southern New Jersey. Highly trained professionals provide individual assessment, counseling, academic assistance and care to help children, ages 13 to 21. On average, youth stay in this short-term facility from 7 to 30 days. If it is in the best interest of a child, Ranch Hope will focus on reuniting that child with his or her family. The shelter utilizes two separate facilities. The boys unit, located on the Alloway Campus in Salem County, serves a maximum of 10 residents. The girls unit, at Victory House in Gloucester County, serves up to six clients. Gloucester CountyResidentialRanch Hope, Inc.
Shelter of HOPESince 2004, the Shelter of HOPE has provided a safe environment for girls and boys in crisis. The Shelter of HOPE is a privately managed Alternative Youth Shelter, providing services for youth from both Salem and Gloucester Counties. In addition, the shelter provides services to youth that are runaway, homeless, court-placed or abused, or children involved with Child Protective Services from throughout Southern New Jersey. Highly trained professionals provide individual assessment, counseling, academic assistance and care to help children, ages 13 to 21. On average, youth stay in this short-term facility from 7 to 30 days. If it is in the best interest of a child, Ranch Hope will focus on reuniting that child with his or her family. The shelter utilizes two separate facilities. The boys unit, located on the Alloway Campus in Salem County, serves a maximum of 10 residents. The girls unit, at Victory House in Gloucester County, serves up to six clients. Salem CountyResidentialRanch Hope, Inc.
Skills Trainingfor child abuse and/or neglect. Outreach oriented family counseling, individual counseling and parent education for multi-problem families who have not responded to traditional service. DYFS referred clients only.Middlesex CountyYouth ServicesCatholic Charties, Diocese of Metuchen
St. Clare's Social ServicesSt. Clare's Social Services provides HIV infected and affected families with case management to match clients with available services. It also offers individual and family counseling, group support, and summer and winter camp programs. In addition, it operates a day respite program for children in Jersey City to give parents living with HIV/AIDS an opportunity to rest. Essex CountyCommunity Based ProgramAIDS Resource Foundation for Children-ARFC
St. Francis Counseling ServiceSt. Francis Community Center provides year-round educational, social, recreational and self-development activities and programs for all ages. Ocean CountySt. Francis Counseling ServiceSt. Francis Counseling Service
St. Jude's OasisSt. Jude's Oasis is a transitional housing program for homeless families with children, many of whom are ineligible for entitlement and benefit programs. The program seeks to help homeless families stabilize their housing situation in the community. Each family is assigned a caseworker for intake to determine needs in a host of areas, including employment, housing, and mental-health or substance-abuse counseling. Housing units for up to 18 months for homeless in Hudson County, Families program fee of 30% of income, up to 2 adults and 4 children per unit. Hudson CountySt. Jude's OasisCatholic Charities Archdiocese of Newark-CCS
Strength Based Family TreatmentFamily therapy, intensive case management, outreach, advocacy, transportation, 24-hour crisis response, parenting, education and intervention. Youth Enrichment Services with recreation activities for youth, ages 9-17. DYFS referred clients only.Somerset CountyYouth ServicesCatholic Charties, Diocese of Metuchen
Strengthening Familiesa fourteen-week program for parents and children ages 5-12. This program seeks to build family communication and relationships though various exercises with the children and parents separately and together. Meals are provided to the participating families. This service is provided at no charge to the families. Somerset CountyAddiction OutpatientSomerset Treatment Services
St. Timothys Group Home for BoysSt. Timothys Group Home for Boys is a long-term group home for young men (aged 12 18) in need of out of home placement. A comprehensive program including leadership and life skills training, mentoring and education in healthy life choices enables many young men to be reunited with their families, and to move on to higher education and/or independent living. After a period of treatment, many adolescents are reunited with their families. Some are transferred to other group homes or residential treatment facilities. Most of the young men complete the program and go on to independent living and/or higher institutions of learning. In-house services include: Life skill/leadership, development/independent living, Mentoring/manhood training, Individual case management and Healthy life choices. Essex CountyResidentialCommunity Agencies Corp of NJ
Supervised VisitationThe supervised visitation programs facilitate visits between children in out-of-home care and their families. Transportation is provides to visits which are overseen by an FIS outreach worker. Referral Sources: DYFSPassaic CountyCommunity Based ProgramFamily Intervention Services, Inc.
Supervised VisitationThe supervised visitation programs facilitate visits between children in out-of-home care and their families. Transportation is provides to visits which are overseen by an FIS outreach worker. Referral Sources: DYFSSussex CountyCommunity Based ProgramFamily Intervention Services, Inc.
Supervised VisitationThe supervised visitation programs facilitate visits between children in out-of-home care and their families. Transportation is provides to visits which are overseen by an FIS outreach worker. Referral Sources: DYFSMorris CountyCommunity Based ProgramFamily Intervention Services, Inc.
Supervised VisitationVisitation programs provide supervised visitation to families and youth who are involved with DYFS or Family Court. Programs reach throughout the four counties of the Diocese to ensure safe visitation between children and their non-custodial parents. Warren CountyYouth ServicesCatholic Charties, Diocese of Metuchen
Supportive Housing Association of New JerseyThe Supportive Housing Association of New Jersey (SHA) is a statewide, nonprofit organization whose mission is to promote and maintain a strong supportive housing industry in New Jersey serving persons with special needs through. A great informative website on housing in New Jersey.StatewideSupportive Housing Association of New JerseySupportive Housing Association of New Jersey
Support Program of Teens-SPOTprovides support at the Joan Krantz After School SPOT (Support Program of Teens), where students can "drop in" up to 5 days per week in order to help them deal with stress, family discord, depression or anxiety. JFVS therapists work with parents to help sensitize them to cues of potential violent or self-destructive behavior in their children. At the Children's Counseling Center, play and expressive therapy are expertly utilized to help children communicate feelings they may not be able to articulate. Middlesex CountyJFVS ProgramsJewish Family & Vocational Service of Middlesex County
Synergy I-VSynergy is a Project YES program offering residential care to young men and women between the ages of seventeen and twenty-one at six independent living sites in Carteret, Elmwood Park, Jersey City, and Orange, New Jersey. Project YES provides a continuum of care to troubled youth including temporary, emergency shelters and long-term group homes for severely troubled children, and supervised apartment living for young men and women who have aged out of the foster care system.Essex CountyProject YESVolunteers of America
Synergy I-VSynergy is a Project YES program offering residential care to young men and women between the ages of seventeen and twenty-one at six independent living sites in Carteret, Elmwood Park, Jersey City, and Orange, New Jersey. Project YES provides a continuum of care to troubled youth including temporary, emergency shelters and long-term group homes for severely troubled children, and supervised apartment living for young men and women who have aged out of the foster care system.Hudson CountyProject YESVolunteers of America
Synergy I-VSynergy is a Project YES program offering residential care to young men and women between the ages of seventeen and twenty-one at six independent living sites in Carteret, Elmwood Park, Jersey City, and Orange, New Jersey. Project YES provides a continuum of care to troubled youth including temporary, emergency shelters and long-term group homes for severely troubled children, and supervised apartment living for young men and women who have aged out of the foster care system.Bergen CountyProject YESVolunteers of America
Synergy I-VSynergy is a Project YES program offering residential care to young men and women between the ages of seventeen and twenty-one at six independent living sites in Carteret, Elmwood Park, Jersey City, and Orange, New Jersey. Project YES provides a continuum of care to troubled youth including temporary, emergency shelters and long-term group homes for severely troubled children, and supervised apartment living for young men and women who have aged out of the foster care system.Middlesex CountyProject YESVolunteers of America
The Academy Street FirehouseAcademy Street Firehouse the first single location in New Jersey to address the specific educational, social, and medical needs of children and adolescents who are dealing with the loss of a parent due to AIDS. Educational and health care programs at the Firehouse enhance the lives of youth participants by aiding them in receiving a high school diploma, preparing them for life after high school (be it in college or the work force), educating them to engage in healthy lifestyles, exposing them to the arts, and providing them with necessary mental health services. Essex CountyCommunity Based ProgramAIDS Resource Foundation for Children-ARFC
The Adoption Support & Advocacy ProgramThe Adoption Support & Advocacy Program works with children in DYFS Foster Care and Pre-Adoptive homes to ensure a stable transition from foster placement to adoption. Program clinicians provide in-home behavioral therapy and case management support as the family moves towards adoption. Somerset CountyMaterial Needs AssistanceCatholic Charties, Diocese of Metuchen
The BridgeWe provide specialized in home counseling and support services to help families balance their lives and meet the demands that surface within their homes.Hudson CountyCommunity Based ProgramHoboken University Medical Center
The Comprehensive FeedingThe Comprehensive Feeding Program at Childrens Specialized Hospital offers help for children from birth through 21 years of age, who have difficulty eating due to a medical condition and/or behavioral issue. The Program aims to promote safe, pleasurable, and nurturing mealtime experiences for children and their families while fostering the progression of developmental feeding milestones. To provide a comprehensive evaluation and treatment plan for each child, the Comprehensive Feeding Program utilizes the knowledge and expertise of a multidisciplinary team of pediatric specialists, including developmental pediatricians, pediatric physiatrists, child psychologists, physical therapists, speech therapists, occupational therapists, and pediatric dietitians. Union CountyPsychological ServicesChildren's Specialized Hosptial
The Family Therapy Clinichelps families solve problems, decrease negative behaviors, improve interactive patterns in relationships and achieve realistic goals.Somerset CountyAfter School Intensive Group Treatment Milieu & the Family Therapy Clinic'sRichard Hall Community MHC
The Guidance ClinicProvides psychotherapy and counseling for people with behavioral, emotional, psychiatric, and substance abuse concerns. Mercer CountyAccess CenterCatholic Charities Diocese of Trenton
Therapeutic NurseryJersey Shore's Therapeutic Nursery provides treatment for children between ages 3 and 6 and their parent(s)/guardian(s) who are having difficulties with aggression, impulsivity, non-compliance, tantrums, and other disruptive behaviors. These children and caregivers attend weekly sessions. Our program offers: play therapy, social skill building and parenting groups. Our treatment team consists of professional staff with backgrounds in social work, psychology, counseling, and psychiatry.Monmouth CountyBehavioral Health ServicesJersey Shore University Medical Center
Therapeutic NurseryTherapeutic Nursery Program (ages 3 to 5) to help children early on who struggle with behavioral disorders. We collaborate with all key stakeholders in the child’s life to establish individualized treatment goals.Gloucester CountyOutpatientInspira Health Network
The Rising StarsThe child intensive outpatient program serves both male and female youths, ages 7-10, who reside in Union County as well as neighboring counties. These children may have endured life experiences such as neglect, abuse and loss. They typically have multiple problems and have been traditionally labeled as "difficult" by the community. Union CountyThe Rising StarsUnited Family & Children's Society
TOP Day Program/DYFS Drop Off CenterThe TOP Day Program is structured to provide vocational and educational counseling for members who are not competitively employed, in a training program or in school. Activities include community service, career exploration, social skills, independent living skills and self advocacy. TOP also provides a Drop Off Service for DYFS/CMO youth in need of day-time structured respite care. Union CountyCommunity Access UnlimitedCommunity Access Unlimited
Transitional OpportunitiesTOP, operating since 1985, provides a continuum of residential services and offers life skills training, after-school programming and recreation programs for youth ages 13 through 21 years. Referrals to the program are made from statewide Division of Youth and Family Services (DYFS) and the Division of Childrens Behavioral Health Services.Union CountyCommunity Access UnlimitedCommunity Access Unlimited
University Behavioral HealthcareDedicated to excellent providing mental health services while providing services for: addiction; voluntary in/outpatient; psych emergency, in/outpatient geriatric services as well as offering a vast experience in peer support for first responders.Middlesex CountyUniversity Behavioral HealthcareUniversity Behavioral Healthcare
Urban GatewayThe Urban Gateway Enhancement Program is a collaborative effort of Mercer Street Friends, the City of Trenton, the New Jersey Department of Transportation and Capital County Childrens Collaborative. The program teaches landscaping and other work-related skills and habits to youth, ages 1419, some of whom have broken the law. A Mercer Street Friends counselor leads a daily class on values, nonviolent resolution of conflict, decision-making skills and career exploration. This combination of work and counseling is designed to guide young people toward productive behavioral patterns. Mercer CountyYouth ServicesMercer Street Friends Center
Voorhees ShelterProvide a highly supervised setting with a full range of clinical, therapeutic and residential services. The program is designed to help the residents cope with their troubles and the pressures of the environments from which they come, while helping them develop the skills necessary for their future roles as productive, self-sustaining citizens.Camden CountyVoorhees ShelterVoorhees Shelter
Warren Children's Emergency ServicesIntensive in-home crisis-oriented family therapy designed to prevent psychiatric hospitalization fro at-risk children ages 14-17. Psychiatric evaluation and medication monitoring are included. Most services are provided in the community and client's homes.Warren CountyYouth ServicesCatholic Charties, Diocese of Metuchen
Wayne Teaching HomeA long-term group home for boys between the ages of ten and seventeen, Wayne Teaching Home is one of twelve residential facilities in the Project YES program. Project YES provides a continuum of care to troubled youth including temporary, emergency shelters and long-term group homes for severely troubled children, and supervised apartment living for young men and women who have aged-out of the foster care system.Passaic CountyProject YESVolunteers of America
Whitney House Transitional Living ProgramThe Whitney House Transitional Living Program at the Somerset Home for Temporarily Displaced Children is a residential program for young women, ages 18-21, who are in need of life-skills education and plan to live independently in the community. Somerset CountySomerset Home for Temporarily Displaced ChildrenSomerset Home for Temporarily Displaced Children
Wrap Around ServicesThis service is custom-fitted to meet the individual needs of children and their families. These services include, but are not limited to, traditional individual and family counseling, in-home therapeutic services, companionship services, and parenting training. Ocean CountyAccess CenterPreferred Behavioral Health of NJ
Wrap-Around ServicesWraparound Services are a way to improve the lives of consumers who have complex needs. This will be achieved by providing in-home services to the family and child. Every family has resources and strengths which can be tapped to improve overall functioning. Through observation and analysis of the family structure and relationships, the family members may become more insightful as to how certain symptoms/patterns of behavior serve a particular function and use this as a springboard for change. Therapeutic intervention is designed to assist families in identifying their unique strengths, relationships, and organization. The Wraparound Program recognizes that parents are in charge of their families and home-based services are provided to support, encourage, and assist them in the parenting role. Therapeutic intervention with parents does not mean assuming their role or responsibilities. Burlington CountyCommunity Based ProgramThe Lester A. Drenk Behavioral Health Center
Youngstars ProgramYoungsters Surviving Together and Recovering Safely: Counseling service geared to meet the special needs of children affected by domestic violence including a safe place to talk about feelings and build self-esteem.Somerset County24 Hour HotlineResource Center for Women & Their Families

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