|24-Hour Crisis Intervention||The loss of a loved one, a traumatic event or a lifetime of unresolved personal problems can lead to a personal crisis. No matter the time of day, we're there to help. Available on-site at Morristown Memorial, Overlook and Mountainside Hospitals, or through a 24-hour crisis line, our round-the-clock services feature confidential support and treatment by professional crisis therapists.
Following an initial assessment and crisis stabilization session, patients are provided appropriate inpatient treatment or outpatient services.
||Union County||Outpatient||Overlook Outpatient Behavioral Health|
|Adolescent Inpatient Unit||short term in patient for adolescents who are experiencing acute psychiatric and/or dual diagnosis disorders and are in need of crisis stabilization.||Somerset County||Adolescent Inpatient Unit||Carrier Clinic|
|Child/Adolescent Intermediate/Sub-Acute Unit||The Intermediate Unit is a 22-bed inpatient psychiatric unit for children and adolescents between the ages of 5 and 17 who require extended hospitalization after their stay on a CCIS unit. The Intermediate Unit is designed to provide longer-term treatment that is community based. Average length of stay on the Intermediate Unit is 60 days. Individual and group therapy models are used to focus on the expression of feeling and the learning of problem-solving skills. A family model is used to encourage family therapy 2-3 times per week and focuses on the dynamics of family interaction to encourage an improved family system, as well as deal with conflict resolution and improved family communication.||Union County||Behavioral Health||Trinitas Hospital|
|Child/Adolesent Inpatient-CCIS||Our Bridgeton facility provides the region with an advanced Childrenâ€™s Crisis Intervention Program for complete inpatient evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment for youth (ages 5 to 17) who are in need of immediate treatment. The newly renovated 14-bed unit offers group and individual therapy as well as around-the-clock nursing care.
||Cumberland County||Inpatient||Inspira Health Network|
|Child Crisis Intervention Services||The Child and Adolescent Inpatient Unit is an 18-bed short-term inpatient psychiatric unit servicing children and adolescents with acute psychiatric disorders between the ages of 5 and 17 who are residents of Union and neighboring counties. The unit accepts both voluntary and involuntary admissions. Each youth admitted to the inpatient unit are those that present with illnesses/behaviors that are severe enough to prohibit alternative treatment (outpatient services, partial hospitalization or residential treatment).
||Union County||Behavioral Health||Trinitas Hospital|
|Children/Adolescents Addiction Inpatient||Youth who suffer from mental illness and/or chemical dependency are in need of specialized behavioral health care management. Our inpatient program is directed towards helping children and adolescents increase self-esteem and assume responsibility for their behavior. Our programs offer several levels of therapeutic interventions on a daily basis which foster self-esteem, respect, and academic excellence. We accept children as early as age 5.
||Union County||Children/Adolescents Addiction Inpatient||Summit Oaks Hospital|
|Children Crisis Intervention Services: CCIS||Child inpatient unit provides short-term, crisis stabilization in cases of psychiatric emergencies. Services range from individual, group & family therapy, medication monitoring & psychological testing. Patients are also provided with a half-day school program, education groups.||Bergen County||Children Crisis Intervention Services : CCIS||Bergen Regional Medical Center |
|Children's Crisis Intervention Service||A crisis may be caused by isolated events, but it is more likely to be an accumulation of normal life events that are disruptive, produce stress, and may even bring on illness. Parental separation or divorce, death of a family member, loss of a job or a parent, lack of money, and drug or alcohol problems are all examples of situations that can precipitate a crisis for both children and adults in a family.
When you feel overwhelmed and incapable of taking action to solve a crisis involving your child, you need help to resolve the immediate problem and to plan for a stable future. Crisis intervention services can help stabilize a situation. Besides hospitals, crisis intervention services can be obtained from "hotlines," community MH/MR centers, privately practicing therapists, family service agencies, pastoral counseling services, and other private community agencies.
||Camden County||Children's Crisis Intervention Service||Kennedy Memorial Hosptial- Cherry Hill|
|Children's Crisis Intervention Service||Children's Crisis Intervention Services (CCIS) is an inpatient youth psychiatric unit for children and adolescents who are experiencing acute crisis and require 24-hour care and attention.||Morris County||Inpatient||Saint Clare's Hospital|
|Children's Crisis Intervention Service-CCIS||The 19-bed CCIS at Monmouth Medical Center provides inpatient care for children and adolescents age 5 to 17. This intensive therapeutic treatment program is led by board-certified/ eligible child and adolescent psychiatrists and a multidisciplinary team of specialists in child and adolescent behavioral health who provide comprehensive assessment, evaluation and treatment of youngsters in acute crisis.||Monmouth County||Monmouth Medical Center Behavioral Health||Monmouth Medical Center|
|Children's Crisis Intervention Services-CCIS||Children's Crisis Intervention Services (CCIS) are provided at two Network Facilities. The CCIS staff offers families and clients the unique support and clinical expertise necessary to effectively treat children and adolescents in severe crisis.||Essex County||Chidren's Crisis Intervention Services-CCIS||Newark Beth Israel Medical Center|
|Children's Crisis Intervention Services-CCIS||The Children's Crisis Intervention Services (CCIS) and the Acute Psychiatric Service (APS), are components of the Crisis Services unit at University Behavioral HealthCare (UBHC), which is the behavioral health division of the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ). As part of a comprehensive mental health system, CCIS strives to provide excellent psychiatric services to youth who require an emergency level of care.
CCIS offers crisis intervention that includes 1) assessing the immediate emotional difficulties, usually problems with behavior or mood; 2) exploring precipitating factors or events; 3) using therapeutic techniques to stabilize functioning; 4) making recommendations for follow-up mental health services. When psychiatric hospitalization are indicated, referrals for admission will be made.
||Middlesex County||University Behavioral Healthcare-UBHC||Rutgers University Behavioral Health Care|
|Children’s Crisis Intervention Services-CCIS||The Children’s Crisis Intervention Services (CCIS) is Hudson County’s only inpatient psychiatric unit dedicated to providing thorough assessments for children and adolescents. We serve children ages 5 to 17 in our 17-bed unit and provide short-term intensive treatment and stabilization to minors who are at risk of harming themselves or others.
||Hudson County||Inpatient||Hoboken University Medical Center|
|Crisis Unit||Jersey Shore's Crisis Unit is a 24-hour, seven days a week walk-in service and hotline for adults, adolescents, and children who are experiencing an acute psychiatric emergency.
Our unit offers: emergency intervention, evaluation assessments, psychiatric dispositions and referrals.
Crisis evaluations are completed by licensed clinical social workers and registered nurses who have been trained in psychiatric emergency services. A psychiatrist is onsite Monday through Friday, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and is on call at all other times.
||Monmouth County||Behavioral Health Services||Jersey Shore University Medical Center|
|Crisis Unit||Riverview's Crisis Unit is a 24-hour, seven days a week walk-in service for adults, adolescents, and children experiencing an acute psychiatric emergency. We also serve as a consultant to our Emergency Department for such cases.
Crisis evaluations are completed by licensed clinical social workers and registered nurses who have been trained in psychiatric emergency services. A psychiatrist is on site Monday through Friday, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and is on call at all other times.
||Monmouth County||Booker Behavioral Health Center||Riverview Medical Center|
|New Jersey Hospital Association||These directories are updated on a regular basis and are NJHA's authoritative lists of all hospitals in New Jersey, with name, address, telephone, fax and hospitals’ Web sites. The hospital lists are arranged in several ways for a variety of needs. Other lists are of organizations and non-hospital healthcare provider organizations that are members of NJHA.
||Statewide||New Jersey Hospital Association||New Jersey Hospital Association|
|Psychological Assessment||Comprehensive 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 County||Psychological Services||Children's Specialized Hosptial|
|University Behavioral Healthcare||Dedicated 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 County||University Behavioral Healthcare||University Behavioral Healthcare |
|Youth Emergency Services-YES||Y.E.S. is a full-service psychiatric intervention and suicide prevention program. Our services include: crisis intervention, emergency assessment, psychiatric evaluation and treatment by a board-certified child psychiatrist as needed, home or school visits, referral for ongoing treatment and admission to a private psychiatric hospital (if needed). Is your child struggling with an emotional problem?
||Mercer County||Access Center||Capital Health System|