Mercer County New Jersey - Mercer County Department of Human Services Resource Directory

 
Mercer County New Jersey - Mercer County Department of Human Services Resource Directory
Mercer County New Jersey

        Mercer County
 Department of Human Services
      Resource Directory
                          Division of Mental Health
                                     and
                       The Office on Addiction Services

                               640 S. Broad Street
                                 P.O. Box 8068
                            Trenton, NJ 08650-0068
                     Mental Health Services: (609) 989-6574
                      Addiction Services: (609) 989-6897
                              Fax: (609) 989-6032

Revised: July 2021
Table of Contents

Human Services............................................................................................ 1,2

  Division of Mental Health .............................................................................3,4,5

  Office on Addiction Services .........................................................................6,7,8

Mental Health Facilities

  Inpatient Mental Health Facilities ....................................................................... 9

  Mental Health Outpatient Programs, Intensive Outpatient and Partial Programs

  ............................................................................................................ 9,10,11

  Latinx Mental Health Services ......................................................................... 11

Certified Behavioral Health Clinics ........................................................... 11, 12

Addiction Facilities

   Addiction Inpatient Programs ......................................................................... 12

   Addiction Outpatient Programs .............................................................. 12,13,14

   Addiction Medication Assisted Treatment Resources……………………………………14

   Addiction Prevention and Education ................................................................ 15

Intoxicated Driver Resource Center .............................................................. 15

Housing

   Housing Aid Programs ............................................................................... 15,16

   Transitional Housing/Halfway Houses .............................................................. 16

   Sober Living……………………………………………………………………………………………………17

Services for People with Disabilities .............................................................. 17

Social Services .............................................................................................. 18

Legal Issues .................................................................................................. 18

Veterans ........................................................................................................ 19

Support ..................................................................................................... 19,20

Additional Websites and Crisis Numbers ....................................................... 21
Brian M. Hughes
                            Mercer County Executive

                              Marygrace Billek
                    Director, Department of Human Services

                               Michele Madiou
                          Mental Health Administrator

                                 Ann Dorocki
                        Deputy Director, Department of Human
                                      Services

                              Vision Statement
The Mercer County Department of Human Services is a leader in promoting
service excellence, maintaining the highest standards and achieving the best
results. Our staff is highly motivated, skilled, and dedicated in meeting the
 diverse needs of Mercer County Residents.

                             Mission Statement
The Mercer County Department of Human Services fosters a comprehensive
human service delivery system that enhances the health, safety, and quality of
life for all residents of Mercer County. Our goal is to create an environment of
public trust by empowering and strengthening individuals and families,
 advocating for sound policy, mobilizing resources, and acting as champions
for those citizens who are most vulnerable and in need of services.

                               Board of County
                               Commissioners

                                 Ann M. Cannon
                                 John A. Cimino
                                Pasquale Colavita
                                 Samuel T. Frisby
                                 Andrew Koontz
                                 Nina D. Melker
                                Lucylle R.S. Walter

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The Mercer County Department of Human Services is a county
government agency that serves as an advocate for all Mercer County residents.
It Includes:

Community Services Division
Aging and Disability Resource Connection ....................................... (609) 989-6661
    Office on Aging .................................................................................... (609) 989-6661
    Office for the Disabled ....................................................................... (609) 989-6661
Community Centers and Childcare Services ..................................... (609) 989-6964
Homeless Services ...................................................................................... (609) 989-6868
Office on Children and Youth Services ................................................ (609) 989-6966

Health and Behavioral Health Division
Health Office ................................................................................................. (609) 278-7165
Municipal Alliance Office ......................................................................... (609) 989-6452
Office on Addiction Services .................................................................. (609) 989-6897
Division of Mental Health Services ........................................................ (609) 989-6574

Mercer County Library System

Commissions and Councils
Commission on Abused, Neglected, and Missing Children
Commission on the Status of Women
Council on Aging
Disabilities Advisory Council
Library Commission
Local Advisory Committee on Alcohol and Drug Abuse
Mental Health Board
Youth Services Commission

For more information on the Mercer County, Department of Human Services,
please call (609) 989-6526.

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Emergency Mental Health Services
                    Psychiatric Screening Center
               Capital Health Regional Medical Center
                         750 Brunswick Ave.
                          Trenton, NJ 08638

CLINICAL SERVICES ARE AVAILABLE 24 HOURS A DAY, 7 DAYS A
WEEK, 365 DAYS A YEAR. TO GET IMMEDIATE HELP, CALL: (609)
396-HELP or (609) 394-6086

Psychiatric Screening Center
Onsite at Capital Health Regional Medical Center (CHRMC), the program offers
service designed to stabilize a mental health crisis. These include:
- Crisis hotline
- Emergency screening assessments
- Nursing evaluations
- Assistance with voluntary inpatient hospitalizations
- Information and referrals to outpatient mental health services

Mobile Outreach Program:
The program offers mobile screening services to adults who are unable or un-
willing to come to the emergency room at CHRMC. Mobile screeners can make
assessments and referrals for outpatient treatment from the community. Mobile
screeners can ensure that any person in the community experiencing a
psychiatric emergency who requires hospitalization will be immediately and
safely transported to the screening center.

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Division of Mental Health
The County Mental Health Division directly oversees County funded community
mental health services. In conjunction with the State Division of Mental Health Services
(NJ DMHS), the County Mental Health Administrator jointly oversees all State
contracted community mental health services. The County MH Administrator serves as
the Director of the Division. Partially funded through a State salary match, in addition
to the co-administration role, the Administrator directs activities for the County MH
Board, a twelve member Board mandated by Statute and appointed by the County
Executive to provide community based oversight and guidance for these services. In
addition to the activities of the Board, the Division convenes regular meetings of the
Board’s Professional Advisory Committee. Also mandated by statute, the PAC meets
regularly to share information and to provide a forum for improving collaboration and
services for consumers and family members. Comprised of representatives of all State
and County-funded agencies plus others serving the population, e.g. Board of Social
Services, City of Trenton, etc., current activities for the PAC include housing, service
accessibility, transportation, and advocacy needs. In addition, the Board supports
such other community activities as out-reach to the local faith community and public
awareness activities. Working jointly with the County Division of Community and
Senior Services’ Office of Addiction Services, the Division also sponsors a Task Force
focused on the unique needs of consumers with co-occurring mental illness and
substance use disorders. Additionally, the County Mental Health Administrator is
responsible for the deployment and supervision of credentialed Disaster Response
Crisis Counselors during times of disaster, as well as oversight of the Mercer County
Community Organizations Active in Disaster (COAD).
Since the mid 90’s, the Division has also housed the Traumatic Loss Prevention Services
Program, which supports activities jointly with the County’s Traumatic Loss Coalition.
TL/PS provides parent and community education programs aimed at reducing risk
factors for teenage suicide in the County. (SeeTL/PS).
In addition to these activities, the Administrator is regularly involved in other planning
and coordinative activities for youth, senior citizens, the homeless and other
populations in human services. This includes the Systems Review Committee, an acute
care oversight and review group required by the State Screening law, local groups
such as the HSAC and Youth Services Commission and service on State planning
groups in areas as diverse as medication adherence and community resource
development.
The Mental Health Division administers the County Mental Health Program Area Bud-
get. This Budget area includes a number of services jointly funded along with the State
and additional services deemed necessary by the County.

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Mercer County Traumatic Loss Coalition
Mercer County’s Traumatic Loss Prevention Services (TLPS), staffed by a Project
Coordinator, provides three main community services. First, TLPS provides educational
training workshops and conferences to equip professionals with the knowledge
necessary to respond appropriately to crisis events and to minimize personal trauma
and the threat of contagion among youth. The TLPS can also deploy a specially
trained trauma response team in the aftermath of a traumatic incident that has
community wide impact. This response is most commonly provided in a school
setting. Second, TLPS holds monthly Traumatic Loss Coalition (TLC) meetings to maintain
community cohesion and sustain suicide issue awareness, track traumatic events within
Mercer County and respond to diverse community needs affecting youth. Third, TLPS
assists schools in preparing their emergency crisis plan using the Managing Sudden
Traumatic Loss in the Schools Manual. The Traumatic Loss Coalition is a voluntary group
of dedicated professionals, community members, and involved residents, formed in 1995
as a result of a series of tragic losses including a number of serial suicides among
teenagers which occurred in Mercer County. Current membership is comprised of many
different sectors of the community - law enforcement, education systems, mental health
professionals, private agencies, public officials, hospitals, local health departments,
members of the clergy and others. The TLC meets monthly to discuss traumatic events
with particular impact on teenagers and to identify the potential for increased
cooperation and collaboration for improved response in future incidents.
Together, the TLPS and the TLC have hosted conferences covering various topics such
as suicide risk-assessment for youth, compassion fatigue for caregivers, adolescent
self-injury, adolescent brain development, dual diagnosis - co-occurring disorders,
adolescent depression and coordinating the aftermath of a traumatic event. Technical
assistance has been provided to interested school systems and municipalities in order
to make their crisis response systems more effective in the event that a traumatic loss
occurs. Training has been offered for the media on how to report on a traumatic loss
event appropriately in order to avoid a contagion effect among other youth (exposure
to suicides, homicides and other violent losses affecting the school or community may
add to a child’s level of risk). Therefore, the name “Traumatic Loss Coalition” denotes the
Coalition’s efforts to mitigate the effects of all such events on local teenagers through
prevention and “post”-vention activities.
For more information contact the Traumatic Loss Prevention Services Office at 609-278-
7924. Our office hours are Monday through Friday 8:30 - 4:30.

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Office on Addiction Services
The Mercer County Office on Addiction Services is the agency responsible for the
planning, administration and coordination of alcohol and drug abuse services in the
County. The Office was established in the late 1970’s and is a unit of the Department of
Human Services.
In January of 1981, a citizen advisory committee was established to advise the County
Executive and the Board of County Commissioners regarding the delivery of
coordinated alcoholism services in Mercer County. It was called the Mercer County
Alcoholism Advisory Committee. By 1983, Public Law 1983, Chapter 531 was passed.
This increased the responsibility of the advisory committee. This law established Local
Advisory Committees on Alcohol in each county. The Mercer County Advisory
Committee was designated as the Local Advisory Committee on Alcohol (LACA). The
LACA was required to develop an annual comprehensive plan and recommend the
distribution of monies derived from the Chapter 531 funds. They continue to do so
today under the name of LACADA, the Local Advisory Committee on Alcohol and Drug
Abuse.
To access treatment, a citizen must be a Mercer County resident, have no insurance or
be underinsured and be indigent. To obtain services please contact the Office on
Addiction Services at (609)989-6897.

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Municipal Alliances

     The following municipalities have local drug and alcohol municipal alliances:

                                   East Windsor
                                       Ewing
                                     Hamilton
                             Hopewell Valley/Pennington
                                     Lawrence
                                     Princeton
                                         Trenton

   For more information on the municipal alliance serving your area, contact the Mercer
                 County Municipal Alliance Coordinator at (609)989-6452.

Prevention Services
The Office on Addiction Services is responsible for the alcohol and drug prevention
Municipal Alliance Grant funded by the Governor’s Council on Alcoholism and Drug
Abuse. Each Municipality has a drug and alcohol prevention alliance that uses
volunteers to raise awareness and programs on the dangers of alcohol, tobacco, and
other drug use, misuse, and abuse. Community involvement greatly enhances these
prevention and education programs.

Definitions of Addiction Treatment Services
Withdrawal Management provides supervised withdrawal and detoxification from
alcohol and/or other drugs. The client is introduced to recovery concepts and additional
treatment services, as recommended.

Residential Treatment Programs provide inpatient service through comprehensive
addiction treatment, which includes medical support and social services. Treatment
services can range from a 14-day stay to a 45-day stay with up to a 90-day stay for
co-occurring disorder clients.

Outpatient/Intensive Outpatient Treatment Programs include assessment,
individual and group therapy, family therapy and referral to other appropriate
services.

Halfway House Services provide a one to six-month, or more, treatment program for
recovering individuals who require further assistance following residential or
outpatient rehabilitation. A stable living environment and supportive services are
provided halfway houses provide a transitional treatment experience for recovering
persons and a sober return to the community. Clients receive an intensive,
individualized treatment plan of individual and group counseling, vocational guidance,
career planning, and educational, life skills and/or employment opportunities.

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If You Need Help for Substance Abuse

To access treatment paid for by Mercer County, an individual must be a county resident, have no insurance or
are underinsured and unable to afford services.

For more information, please contact the Office on Addiction Services at (609) 989-
6897. The office is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

You will be scheduled for an assessment with a local provider. Following assessment, the level of care will
be determined, and a referral for the appropriate services will be made by an outpatient provider.

If you have Medicaid, are Medicaid eligible, or are uninsured up to 350% above the federal poverty
level, you can contact the NJ Addictions Hotline at 1-844-276-2777, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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Inpatient Mental Health
                                              Facilities

          Facility                          Address                             Services
  Capital Health System           750 Brunswick Avenue               Designated regional mental health
   www.capitalhealth.org          Trenton, NJ 08638                  services center in Mercer County.
                                  Phone: (609) 396-HELP (4357)       24hr care for children and adults.
                                                                     Short term inpatient care and
                                                                     emergency care. Mobile services.
       Hackensack                 252 Route 601                      Inpatient Psychiatric
      Meridian Health             Belle Mead, NJ 08502               treatment – ages 12
         Network                  24/7 Access Center:                through older adult.
                                  (800) 933-3579                     Detox/Rehab and Addiction
                                                                     IOP for Adults. Most major
                                                                     insurances accepted

   Hampton Behavioral              650 Rancocas Road                 Adults with addiction and
     Health Center                 Westampton Twp.,                  mental illness issues. Also
    www.hamptonhospital.com        Burlington County, NJ 08060       provides schooling and ECT
                                   (800) 603-6767                    services
      Princeton House              905 Herrontown                    Mental illness and addiction
     Behavioral Health             Road Princeton, NJ                services for adults
   www.princetonhcs.org            08540
                                  (800) 242-2550
    St. Francis Hospital          601 Hamilton Avenue                Adult short term
   www.stfrancismedical           Trenton, NJ                        intensive psychiatric
       center.org                 08629                              care
                                  (609)599-5000

   Mental Health Outpatient Programs, Intensive Outpatient and Partial Programs

          Facility                            Address                            Services
Adult Protective Services         (609) 989-4320                     Confidential investigation and
                                                                     interviewing of adults who are at risk
                                                                     of abuse, neglect, or exploitation
   Association for the            819 Alexander Road                 Comprehensive behavioral
 Advancement of Mental            Princeton, NJ 08540                healthcare for individuals,
    Health (AAMH)                 info@aamh.org                      groups, and family
       www.aamh.org               (609) 452-2088
Children’s outpatient, Advanced
practice nurse, Day treatment,
Children’s psych services CIACC

     Capital Health               1445 Whitehorse-Mercerville Road   Addressing the need for
    Behavioral Health             Hamilton, NJ 08619                 behavioral health services
       Specialist                 609-689-5725                       in our community, they
                                                                     provide compassionate
                                                                     psychiatric care and
                                                                     counseling services in a
                                                                     warm, calming
                                                                     environment.
    Catholic Charities            39 North Clinton Avenue            Comprehensive outpatient
   www.catholiccharities          Trenton, NJ 08609                  mental health services
      trenton.org                 Access: 1-800-360-7711
     Outpatient services

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Catholic Charities            10 Southard Street                 Integrated care services and
   www.catholiccharities           Trenton, NJ 08609                  supports
      trenton.org                  Access: 1-800-360-7711
Partial care services, Supported
  employment and behavioral
           health home
     Catholic Charities            47 North Clinton Avenue            Programs for Assertive
   www.catholiccharities           Trenton, NJ 08609                  Community Treatment
      trenton.org                  Access: 1-800-360-7711
          PACT                     (609)396-8787 or (609)396-9777
     Catholic Charities            1225-1255 Whitehorse-Mercerville   Early Intervention Support
   www.catholiccharities           Road, Building B, Suites 504-505   Services offers crisis diversion
                                   Hamilton, NJ 08619                 and crisis stabilization services
      trenton.org
                                                                      for adults who are experiencing
          EISS                     (609) 256-4200
                                                                      significant emotional or
                                                                      psychiatric distress and are in
                                                                      need of immediate intervention
    Jewish Family and              707 Alexander Road                 Family and individual mental
  Children’s Services of           Suite 102                          health counseling
  Greater Mercer County            Princeton, NJ 08540
     www.jfcsonline.org            (609) 987-8100
     Outpatient services,
      Hispanic outreach
       Medallion Care              1 Electronics Drive                Partial care
                                   Trenton, NJ 08619
                                   (609) 586-0700
 Millhill Child and Family         Physical location: 802 Prospect    Outpatient services including
 Development Behavioral            Street, Trenton, NJ 08618          individual, family, group, and
           Health                  Mailing address: 101 Oakland       psychiatric services for both
   www.millhillcenter.org          Street, Trenton, NJ 08618          youth and adult clients
                                   (609) 989-7333
  Oaks Integrated Care             314-316 East State Street          Outpatient mental health
    www.oaksintcare.org            Trenton, NJ 08608                  services for adults and
     Outpatient services,          (609) 396-4258                     adolescents, co-occurring, mental
Children’s outpatient and day                                         health adult partial care and IOTSS
                                   2550 Brunswick Pike                (Intensive Outpatient Treatment
   treatment, Senior care
                                   Lawrenceville, NJ                  and Support Services)
        management                 08648
                                   (609) 396-8877                     *Only adult services at 314-316
                                                                      East State Street; services for all
                                   Need Help Call:
                                                                      ages at 2550 Brunswick Pike
                                   1-800-963-3377
                                                                      **Partial care and IOTSS only
                                                                      available at 314-316 East State
                                                                      Street
    Phoenix Behavioral             1014 Whitehead Road                Partial day psychiatric group
         Health                    Extension                          therapy for adults with bus
                                   Ewing, NJ 08638                    service to and from home, IOP
    www.phoenixbh.com
                                                                      (intensive outpatient program)
                                   Phone: 609-771-3777
      Princeton House              905 Herrontown Road                Mental illness and addiction
     Behavioral Health             Princeton, NJ 08540                services for adolescents and
     www.princetonhcs.org          (888) 437-1610                     adults

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SERV Behavioral Health        20 Scotch Road                 Gives adults recovering from
        System                 3rd Floor                      mental illness individualized
     www.servbhs.net           Ewing, NJ 08628                guidance towards the
                               1(800) 987-7378                development of skills needed to live
                                                              and work successfully in the
                                                              community
   TCNJ Clinic at The          2000 Pennington Road           Community family therapy and
       Center for              PO Box 7718                    counseling for families and
      Integrative              Ewing, NJ 08618                individuals
       Wellness                1st Floor
      clinic.tcnj.edu          Forcina Hall
                               Room 124
                               (609) 771-2700
The ARC of Mercer County       180 Ewingville Road            Individual, group, and family
    www.arcmercer.org          Ewing, NJ 08638                therapy
                               (609) 406-0181
    Trinity Counseling         22 Stockton Street             Counseling for adults,
          Service              Princeton, NJ 08540            children and families
 www.trinitycounseling.org     (609) 924-0060

                             Latinx Mental Health Services

        Facility                          Address                        Services
   Catholic Charities         327 South Broad Street         Multi-service, family-focused
  www.catholiccharities       Trenton, NJ 08608              community resource center
     trenton.org              (609) 394-2056                 with special emphasis on the
       El Centro                                             needs of the Latino community
                                                             Substance abuse prevention
                                                             services to Mercer County
                                                             schools with resources for
                                                             Latino community

 MECHA Mercer County          231 Bakers Basin Rd.           Help with home energy bills,
  Hispanic Association        Unit 5                         multi service family center with
   njmecha.org                Lawrence, NJ 08648             youth and family counseling as
                              Phone: (609) 578-4246          well as information on housing
                                                             and health

                          Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics

       Facility                          Address                        Services
   Catholic Charities                                        Comprehensive mental health,
                             Main Site:                      substance abuse services, care
 www.catholiccharities       39 North Clinton Avenue         coordination and trauma focused
     trenton.org             Trenton, NJ 08609               services for adults and children
                             (609) 396-4557                  with complex needs.

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Oaks Integrated Care      314-316 East State Street       Comprehensive mental health,
   www.oaksintcare.org      Trenton, NJ 08608               substance abuse services, care
                            (609) 396-4258                  coordination and trauma focused
                                                            services for adults and children
                            2550 Brunswick Pike             with complex needs, ambulatory
                            Lawrenceville, NJ 08648         detoxification available
                            (609) 396-8877

                            Access number: 609-845-3200

                            Addiction Inpatient Programs

         Facility                        Address                        Services
    Cura Incorporated         35 Lincoln Park                (Bilingual) Providing care to
      www.curainc.org         Newark, NJ 07102               adults with substance abuse and
     Adult Residential        (973) 622-3570                 co-occurring disorders. Short
                                                             term and long term residential
                                                             care
         Maryville            1903 Grant Avenue              Adult addiction treatment
    www.maryvillenj.org       Williamstown, NJ 08094         services, withdrawal
     Adult withdrawal         610 Pemberton-Browns           management and residential
     management and           Mill Road                      programming
       residential            Pemberton, NJ 08068
                              (856) 629-0244
   New Hope Integrated        80 Conover Road                Adult and adolescent addiction
  Behavioral Health Care      Marlboro, NJ 07746             services, withdrawal
www.newhopeibhc.org           (732) 946-3030                 management and residential
     Adult and adolescent                                    programming, halfway houses
 withdrawalresidential
             management and
          residential
      Princeton House         905 Herrontown Road           Short term facility for adults.
     Behavioral Health        Princeton, NJ 08540           Psychiatric and detox
   www.princetonhcs.org       (800) 242-2550                services available
                              (609) 497-3300

  Rescue Mission: Vince’s     98 Carroll Street              Residential addiction program for
 Place and Robinson Place     Trenton, NJ 08609              adults who have been homeless,
     www.rescuemission        (609) 695-1436                 live in poverty, unemployed for a
       oftrenton.org                                         period of time, or have been in
        Residential                                          the criminal justice system

                               Addiction Outpatient Programs

         Facility                            Address             Services
    American Day CD           15 Princess Road, Suite C-H    Outpatient, intensive
  Centers LLC-High Focus      Lawrenceville, NJ 08648        outpatient, partial care, co-
          Centers             (609) 349-7626                 occurring
 www.highfocuscenters.pyr
  amidhealthcarepa.com
   Another Door Opens         700 South Clinton Avenue,      Outpatient, intensive
    Recovery Center           Trenton, NJ 08611              outpatient, partial care, co-
                              (609) 393-1219                 occurring

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Catholic Charities            39 North Clinton Avenue     Comprehensive addiction
www.catholiccharitiestrenton.org   Trenton, NJ 08609           services
                                   Access: 1-800-360-7711
                                   609-394-3202
        Corner House               1 Monument Drive            Comprehensive substance abuse
  www.cornerhouse nj.org           Princeton, NJ 08542         evaluations, individual, group and
                                    (609) 924-8018             family treatment services, early
                                                               intervention program, adolescent
                                                               treatment program, men’s and
                                                               women’s recovery groups
  Footprints To Recovery           3535 Quakerbridge Road      Outpatient, intensive
  www.footprintsto recovery.com    Suite 300                   outpatient, partial care
                                   Hamilton, NJ 08619
                                   (877) 628-0410

        Genpsych PC                932 State Road              Outpatient, intensive
      www.genpsych.com             Princeton, NJ 08540         outpatient, partial care
                                   (609) 403-6190

  Henry J. Austin Health           321 North Warren Street     Medication Assisted Treatment,
         Center                    Trenton, NJ 08618           Suboxone
    www.henryjaustin.org           (609) 278-5900              (bi-lingual available)
 Lifeback Addictions And           4 Princess Road             Outpatient, intensive outpatient
     Behavioral Health             Suite 206
     www.lifebacknj.com            Lawrence, NJ 08648
                                   (609) 482-3701

     Iron Recovery and             132 Perry Street            Outpatient, intensive
      Wellness Center              Trenton, NJ 08618           outpatient, partial care, OPIOID
    www.ironwellness.org                                       maintenance-outpatient and
                                   144 Perry Street            intensive outpatient, co-
                                   Trenton, NJ 08618           occurring (bi-lingual available)

                                   (609) 394-8988
   Oaks Integrated Care            314-316 East State Street   Outpatient (bi-lingual available)
    www.oaksintcare.org            Trenton, NJ 08608
                                   (609) 396-5944
    Phoenix Behavioral             1014 Whitehead Road         Outpatient, intensive
       Health LLC                  Extension                   outpatient, partial care, co-
      www.phoenixbh.com            Ewing, NJ 08638             occurring
                                   (609) 771-3777
Pinnacle Treatment Centers 3444 Quakerbridge Road              Outpatient, intensive
   NJ-III, LLC-Hamilton    Building 1A                         outpatient, MAT
    Treatment Services     Hamilton, NJ 08619
www.pinnacletreatmenthotline.com   (609) 838-9067

Princeton House Behavioral 741 Mount Lucas Road,               Outpatient, intensive
          Health           Princeton, NJ 08540                 outpatient
    www.princetonhcs.org           (888) 437-1610

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Rescue Mission of          72 Ewing Street                 Outpatient, intensive
       Trenton                Trenton, NJ 08609               outpatient, co-occurring
www.rescuemissionoftrenton.   (609) 695-1436
           org
  Summit Behavioral           4065 Quakerbridge Road          Outpatient, intensive
     Health LLC               Princeton Junction, NJ 08550    outpatient, partial care, co-
www.summitbehavioralhealth    (609) 651-4001                  occurring
         .com
  Trenton Healthcare          801 New York Avenue             Methadone treatment services
www.trentonhealthcare.        Trenton, NJ 08638
         com                  (609) 393-8000

          Addiction Medication Assisted Treatment Resources (MAT)

                         Facility                                        Address
                     Catholic Charities                      39 North Clinton Avenue
              www.catholiccharitiestrenton.org               Bldg #4
                                                             Trenton, NJ 08609
                                                             (800) 360-7711
                                                             *Walk-in hours: 8:30am-12:00pm
                                                             M-F
               Hamilton Treatment Services                   3444 Quakerbridge Road
             www.pinnacletreatmenthotline.com                Bldg #1A
                                                             Hamilton, NJ 08619
                                                             (609) 838-9067

               Henry J Austin Health Center                  321 North Warren Street
                    www.henryjaustin.org                     Trenton, NJ 08618
                                                             (609) 278-5900

             Iron Recovery & Wellness Center                 132 Perry Street
                    www.ironwellness.org                     Trenton, NJ 08618
                                                             (609) 394-8988

                   Oaks Integrated Care                      314-316 East State Street
                    www.oaksintcare.org                      Trenton, NJ 08608
                                                             (609) 396-5944 or (800) 963-
                                                             3377
                                                             *Walk-in hours: 8:30am-5:30 pm
                                                             M-F, 9:00am-1:00pm Sat-Sun

              Recovery Center of America                     801 New York Avenue
           www.recoverycentersofamerica.com                  Trenton, NJ 08638
                                                             (609) 393-8000

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Addiction Prevention and Education

           Facility                            Address               Services
Mercer Council on Alcoholism 1931 Brunswick Avenue                Prevention and
    and Drug Addiction       Lawrenceville, NJ 08648              early intervention
    www.mercercouncil.org    (609) 396-5874                       programs in
          Education                                               partnership with
                                                                  individuals, families,
                                                                  schools, businesses,
                                                                  communities, and
                                                                  professionals
                                                                  throughout Mercer
                                                                  County

                            Intoxicated Driver Resource Center (IDRC)

  IDRC (Intoxicated Driver          2000 Pennington Road          A 12 hour psycho educational
  Resource Center) at The           Ewing, NJ 08628               program presented over 2 days
   College of New Jersey            Forcina Hall                  designed for individuals
                                    Room 115                      convicted of an alcohol or drug related
                                    (609) 771-2410                traffic or boating offense. Participants
                                                                  must satisfy the requirements set
                                                                  forth by the state Intoxicated Driving
                                                                  Program (IDP) and the Intoxicated
                                                                  Driver Resource Center (IDRC) as
                                                                  outlined in statute N.J. AC 10:162

                                    Housing Aid Programs
       Facility                             Address                    Services
      Catholic Charities            41 Steinert Avenue,           Assists adults who are homeless
 www.catholiccharitiestrenton.org   Hamilton, NJ 08619            and have serious mental illness
         On My Own                  (609) 890-2527                to achieve and maintain
      Supportive Housing                                          independent living settings of
                                                                  their choice
      Catholic Charities            132 North Warren Street       Rapid re-housing, community
 www.catholiccharitiestrenton.org   Trenton, NJ 08608             food pantry, SNAP assistance,
  Emergency and Community           (609) 394-8847                basic needs and prescription
                                                                  assistance
          Services
    Oaks Integrated Care            1001 Spruce Street            Assists adults hospitalized at
     www.oaksintcare.org            Suite 205 Trenton, NJ 08638   Trenton Psychiatric Hospital who
      Residential Intensive         (609) 396-6788                need intensive support and to
     Support Team (RIST)                                          reside independently

    Oaks Integrated Care            1911 Princeton Avenue         Programs and services to
     www.oaksintcare.org            Lawrenceville, NJ 08648       help those recovering from
         Homeless                   (609) 583-1900                mental health and
         Outreach                                                 addiction illnesses find
                                                                  and receive housing

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Project Freedom         Hamilton (609) 588-9919          Develops and operates barrier
      Incorporated          Hopewell (609) 730-4825          free housing to enable
      www.project           Lawrence (609) 278-0075          individuals with mental
      freedom.org           West Windsor (609)278-           disabilities to live
                            0075 (same as Lawrence           independently.
                            for now)
                            Robbinsville (609) 448-2998

    SERV Behavioral         20 Scotch Road 2nd Floor         Helping adults with serious
     Health System          Ewing, NJ 08628                  mental illness get housing
    www.servbhs.net         Phone:(609) 406-0125
Home care program

                        Transitional Housing/Halfway Houses

        Facility                        Address                    Services
 Crawford
      Diane’s
          House
              House         1219 W State Street              Transitional housing for
    (Freedom House)
  www.crawford              Trenton, NJ 08608                women recovering from
    house.org
    Transitional Home       Phone: (908) 537-6043 (Freedom   substance abuse and their
                            House)                           children
     Freedom House          3 Pavilion Road                  Male halfway house for
      www.freedom           Glen Gardener, NJ                individuals recovering from
       housenj.org          08826 (908) 537-6043             substance abuse
      Halfway House                                          addiction
    Rescue Mission of       96 Carroll Street                Halfway house, co-occurring,
        Trenton             Trenton, NJ                      transitional/extended care, long-
    www.rescuemission       08609                            term residential
      oftrenton.org         (609) 396-2183
      Halfway House
  New Hope Integrated       Long Branch (Male/Female)        Halfway house for individuals
 Behavioral Health Care     Asbury Park (Female)             recovering from substance abuse
  www.newhopeibhc.org       (732) 946-3030                   addiction
    Halfway House

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Sober Living

                  Facility                                             Address
                 Fresh Start                       494 Riverside Avenue
            Fstart0194@aol.com                     Trenton, NJ 08618
                                                   (732) 492-7980
                 Fresh Start                       722 Riverside Avenue
            Fstart0194@aol.com                     Trenton, NJ 08618
                                                   (732) 492-7980
                 Fresh Start                       919 West State Street
            Fstart0194@aol.com                     Trenton, NJ 08618
                                                   (732) 492-7980
         Rescue Mission of Trenton                 22 Boudinot Street
       www.rescuemissionoftrenton.org              Trenton, NJ 08618
                                                   (609) 695-1436
         Rescue Mission of Trenton                 104 South Walter Avenue
       www.rescuemissionoftrenton.org              Trenton, NJ 08609
                                                   (609) 695-1436
       *Oxford House Resource: https://www.oxfordhouse.org/userfiles/file/

                            Services for People with Disabilities

         Facility                          Phone #                        Services
      NJ Division of            1(800) 832-9173                   Funding and services for state
Developmental Disabilities                                        residents with developmental
state.nj.us/humanservices/ddd                                     disabilities
NJ Division of Vocational       (609) 292-2940                    Gives help to individuals who have had
     Rehabilitation                                               trouble finding a job due to their
                                                                  disability. Enables individuals with
    lwd.dol.state.nj.us
                                                                  disabilities to achieve employment
                                                                  consistent with their strengths,
                                                                  priorities, needs, abilities, and
                                                                  capabilities
    Signs of Sobriety           100 Scotch Road                   Interpretive services for those
                                Ewing, NJ 08628                   who are deaf and hard of hearing
       (SOS)
       Interpretive             (609) 882-7677
         Services
      Social Security           1(800) 772-1213                   Social security pays disability benefits
          Office                                                  to individuals who have worked long
       www.ssa.gov                                                enough and have a medical condition
                                                                  that prevents them from working or
                                                                  is expected to prevent them for at
                                                                  least 12 months or will end in death
      United States             1(800) 633-4227                   A United States Social Insurance
        Medicare                                                  Program that guarantees health
    www.medicare.gov                                              insurance to those who are 65 and
                                                                  older and those younger who have a
                                                                  disability

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Social Services

                     Facility                                   Address
    Mercer County Board of Social Services                   200 Woolverton
                  www.mcboss.org                                  Street
                                                            Trenton, NJ 08611
                                                             (609) 989-4320
             Volunteers of America                         50 Escher Street #7
                    www.voa.org                             Trenton, NJ 08609
                                                             (609) 278-4902

                                       Legal Issues

       Facility                        Address                  Services
     Community              225 East State Street #5     To provide legal and advocacy
  Health Law Project        Trenton NJ,                  services training education and
     www.chlp.org           08608 (609) 392-             related activities to persons with
                            5553                         disabilities and to organizations
                                                         representing their interests with
                                                         an emphasis on those most
                                                         vulnerable and needy
  Community Justice         310 West State               Focuses on four legal areas that are
    Center (CJC)            Street Trenton, NJ           underserved in the legal
                            08618                        community; civil rights,
www.nj-communityjustice                                  environmental justice, public
      center.org            (609) 218-5120
                                                         benefits, and returning veteran’s
                                                         rights. When the CJC identifies the
                                                         need for intervention it will provide
                                                         direct services to individuals or
                                                         classes of individuals
 Disability Rights New      210 South Broad Street       Advocate for and advance the
    Jersey (DRNJ)           Trenton, NJ 08608            human, civil, and legal rights of
     www.drnj.org           1(800) 922-7233              citizens of NJ with
                                                         Disabilities. Promotes public
                                                         awareness and recognition of
                                                         individuals with disabilities as equally
                                                         entitled members of society. Advise
                                                         and assist persons with disabilities,
                                                         family members, attorneys, and
                                                         guardians in obtaining and protecting
                                                         the rights of individuals with
                                                         disabilities and providing education,
                                                         training and technical assistance to
                                                         individuals and the agencies that
                                                         serve them
Oaks Integrated Care-       314-316 East State Street   ICMS (Intensive Case Management
   Jail Release and         Trenton, NJ                 Services) available
  Reentry Program           08608
  www.oaksintcare.org       (609) 396-4258
    Criminal Justice

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Veterans

          Facility                        Address                  Services
     Catholic Charities        39 North Clinton             Comprehensive mental health
  www.catholiccharitiestrent   Avenue, Trenton, NJ          and addictions services for
          on.org               08609                        Veterans and their families in
    Outpatient services        Access: 1-800-360-           coordination with VA systems
                               7711
                               (609) 396-4557

      Mercer County            2280 Hamilton                Transitional housing and war
     Veterans Services         Avenue                       veterans’ re- adjustment
    www.mercercounty.org       Hamilton, NJ 08619           counseling as well as a wide
                               (609) 989-6120               array of other services for
                                                            veterans
 NJ Department of Military     (609) 530-4600
    and Veteran Affairs
      state.nj.us/military

                                            Support

          Facility                        Address                    Services
   City of Angels              392 Church Street           Peer support services, recovery
                               Hamilton, NJ 08620          support, advocacy
    www.cityofangelsnj.org      (609) 910-4942

     Contact of Mercer         (609) 896-2120 or            The mission of Contact is to provide
          County               (609) 585-2244               compassionate, confidential,
    www.contactofmercer.org                                 telephone listening and referral
                                                            services giving hope and
                                                            reassurance to people in crisis
    Depression Bipolar         (800) 826-3632               Created and led by individuals living
  Support Alliance (DBSA)      1-800-273-TALK (8255) or     with mood disorders providing hope,
      www.dbsalliance.org      Text DBSA to 741-741         help, support, and education to
                                                            improve the lives of people who have
                                                            mood disorders
         Good Grief            5 Mapleton Road             Free peer grief support groups for
      www.good-grief.org
                               Princeton, NJ 08540         children, teens, young adults, and
                               (609) 498-6674              families who have experienced the
                                                           death of a mom, dad, brother, sister,
                                                           or guardian

      Helping Arms             50 Escher Street            Housing and social services to low income
                               Trenton, NJ 08609           people; case management, employment
     www.helpingarms.net       (609) 396-7500              and educational opportunities, housing,
                                                           referral to treatment and mentoring for
                                                           ex-offenders

Mercer Council on Alcoholism 1931 Brunswick Avenue         Peer Recovery Specialists and Patient
    and Drug Addiction       Lawrenceville, NJ 08648       Navigators are dispatched to local hospital
   www.mercercouncil.org       (609) 396-5874              emergency departments to engage
  Opioid Overdose Recovery                                 individuals reversed from an opioid
      Program (OORP)                                       overdose to provide non-clinical
                                                           assistance, recovery supports and
                                                           appropriate referrals for assessment and
                                                           substance use disorder treatment.

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Nar-Anon of New Jersey       877-424-4491 (hotline)
  www.naranonofnj.org

   National Alliance on      NAMI Mercer                          Provides education and support
     Mental Illness          (609) 799-8994                       for families affected by mental
         (NAMI)              1235 Whitehorse-Mercerville Road     illness and advocate for lives of
    www.namimercer.org       Building C, Suite 303                quality and respect without
                             Hamilton, NJ 08619                   stigma or discrimination
     NAMI Mercer in          1001 Spruce Street                   A range of supportive activities
  partnership with Oaks      Suite 205                            designed to improve the overall
     Integrated Care         Trenton, NJ 08638                    functioning and quality of life for family
    Intensive Family         (609) 396-6788                       members with a mentally ill relative.
                                                                  Also providing psycho
     Support Service
                                                                  education groups, individual family
   www.namimercer.org                                             consultations, respite, family support
  Support for families and                                        groups, system advocacy, linkage and
       consumers                                                  referral, and medication monitoring
                                                                  with services delivered in home,
                                                                  agency, or other location in the
                                                                  community convenient to the family.
                                                                  Family support group and individual
                                                                  counseling.
   NJ Self Help Group        1(800) 367-6274                      Helping individuals find
    Clearing House           673 Morris Ave                       and form community
     www.njgroups.org        Springfield, NJ 07081                support groups

                             Family Support Line for Substance
                             Abuse (NJ Connect For Recovery):
                             (855) 652-3737

                             Peer to Peer Support (Peer
                             Recovery Warmline):
                             (877) 292-5588
        Parents              127 Route 206                        Works to protect children by
      Anonymous              Suite 10                             strengthening families through
      www.pofnj.com          Hamilton, NJ 08610                   mutual
                             (609) 585-7666                       support, parent leadership, and
                                                                  advocacy
Prevention Resources,        4 Walter Foran Blvd                 Free support for family members who
                             Suite 410                           have a loved one with substance use
         Inc.
                             Flemington, NJ 08822                disorder. Naloxone trainings.
  www.njprevent.com          (908) 782-3909
Recovery Advocates of        2117 Route 33                       Peer support services, recovery
                             Hamilton, NJ 08690                  support and advocacy
       America
                             (888) 360-7788
 www.recoveryadvocates.org
          SOAR               Catholic Charities                   SSI/SSDI outreach, assess &
    Education and case       132 North Warren                     recovery
      management             Street
                             Trenton, NJ 08608
                             (609) 394-5181 or
                             (609) 421-8169

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Additional Websites
                                      and Crisis Numbers

    Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law                        www.bazelon.org

            Mental Health America                               www.nmha.org or
                                                          www.mentalhealthamerica.net
                                                  1-800-273-TALK (8255) or Text MHA to 741741
The New Jersey State Division of Mental Health    www.state.nj.us/humanservices/divisions/dmhas
      and Addiction Services (DMHAS)                             (855) 654-6735
  NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness)                      www.nami.org
                                                     800-950-NAMI or Text “NAMI” to 741741
      National Institute of Mental Health                       www.nimh.nih.gov
                                                                 1-866-615-6464
                                                     (Services available in English & Spanish)
 Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services                      www.samhsa.gov
                                                         877-SAMHSA-7 (877-726-4727)
                                                                     Helplines:
                                                           SAMHSA’s National Helpline
                                                             1-800-662-HELP (4357)
                                                            Suicide Prevention Lifeline
                                                             1-800-273-TALK (8255)
                                                          Drug-Free Workplace Helpline
                                                         1-800-WORKPLACE (967-5752)

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