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1 Multicultural Agency Resource Directory Prepared by: NEW JERSEY MENTAL HEALTH INSTITUTE, INC. S Changing Minds, Advancing Mental Health for Hispanics For: Office of Multicultural Services, State of New Jersey Department of Human Services Division of Mental Health Services (c) 2003, New Jersey Mental Health Institute, Inc. Updated: December 2004 New Jersey Mental Health Institute, Inc Quakerbridge Road, Suite 102 Mercerville, New Jersey Fax: Page 1

2 Introduction WELCOME Welcome to the New Jersey Mental Health Institute, Inc. s (NJMHI) Directory of Multicultural Resource Agencies, prepared by the Changing Minds, Advancing Mental Health for Hispanics project for the State of New Jersey Department of Human Services, Division of Mental Health Services Office of Multicultural Services. NJMHI, an outgrowth of the New Jersey Association of Mental Health Agencies (NJAMHA), is a private nonprofit organization, a 501(c)(3) based in Mercerville, New Jersey whose mission is to promote quality mental health services through policy development initiatives, training, technical assistance, research, data collection, best practice development, and anti-stigma and anti-discrimination campaigns. NJMHI was established in July 2000 to supplement the array of services provided to NJAMHA mental health provider agencies and mental health consumers and their families and to bring advocacy-based research into practice. In collaboration with the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, NJMHI is assisting the Training and Technical Assistance efforts of the State of New Jersey s Partnership for Children, as well as operating a Cultural Diversity Speakers Bureau and sponsoring the Hispanic Higher Education Scholarship Fund, which is targeted to bilingual, bicultural Hispanics seeking higher education degrees in the mental health field. NJMHI is also spearheading efforts in New Jersey to enhance access to and quality of mental health for Hispanics, through its award-winning project, Changing Minds, Advancing Mental Health for Hispanics. The overall goal of this Directory of Multicultural Resource Agencies is to increase the knowledge of available mental health and social services in the State of New Jersey. It is our hope that this Directory will assist service system gatekeepers, service providers (e.g., juvenile justice workers, child welfare providers, immigration officers, etc.), and community leaders, such as church leaders, civic and organization leaders and social service agency administrators with enhancing their awareness of services that can be utilized by New Jersey residents in need of mental health and/or social services. With enhanced knowledge of the availability and location of services, it is expected that individuals needing services will be more likely to utilize the services as needed. The NJMHI s primary objective for this project was to develop a comprehensive, easy-to-use and build on Directory of Multicultural Resource Agencies. The directory features a listing of all mental health programs in the State of New Jersey and is broken down by county, and includes a listing of services provided by that agency. In addition, the language(s) in which clinical (e.g., social workers, mental health counselors, psychologists) and medical (e.g., psychiatrists) personnel can provide services in is also provided. We believe this information will be extremely valuable, as many individuals do not seek treatment because of language and cultural barriers. Furthermore, the directory includes a listing of all public and private social service organizations with specific attention to organizations providing services to underserved populations, such as African Americans, Asian Americans, and Hispanics, and describes what services are offered by these organizations. The directory also includes a listing of civic organizations and associations dedicated to advancement for members of these ethnic minority groups. NJMHI s goal is to produce a product that will not only increase the knowledge of available mental health and social services, but also a product that will increase knowledge of ethnic minority organizations, which can provide support, advocacy, or a social outlet for members of the underserved ethnic minority groups referenced earlier. We hope that you find this Directory helpful and would like to extend a sincere thanks to the following individuals and/or organizations for making this Directory a reality: State of New Jersey Department of Human Services, Division of Mental Health Services; Stacey E. Abate, Project Coordinator,;Shannon Milinovich, Graphic Designer; Peter J. Guarnaccia, Ph.D., Evaluator, and Member of Changing Minds, Advancing Mental Health for Hispanics Project Management Team. Thank you for your interest in our work, and best wishes on enhancing access to services for our state s racial and ethnic minority group members. Sincerely, Henry Acosta, MA, MSW, LSW NJMHI Deputy Director and Project Director Changing Minds, Advancing Mental Health for Hispanics Page 2

3 Table of Contents Atlantic Mental Health Agencies page 4 Minority Serving Social, Civic, Community Organizations page 7 Bergen Mental Health Agencies page 8 Minority Serving Social, Civic, Community Organizations page 11 Burlington Mental Health Agencies page 12 Minority Serving Social, Civic, Community Organizations page 15 Camden Mental Health Agencies page 16 Minority Serving Social, Civic, Community Organizations page 19 Cape May Mental Health Agencies page 20 Minority Serving Social, Civic, Community Organizations page 20 Cumberland Mental Health Agencies page 21 Minority Serving Social, Civic, Community Organizations page 22 Essex Mental Health Agencies page 22 Minority Serving Social, Civic, Community Organizations page 27 Gloucester Mental Health Agencies page 28 Minority Serving Social, Civic, Community Organizations page 29 Hudson Mental Health Agencies page 30 Minority Serving Social, Civic, Community Organizations page 33 Hunterdon Mental Health Agencies page 33 Minority Serving Social, Civic, Community Organizations page 34 Monmouth Mental Health Agencies page 41 Minority Serving Social, Civic, Community Organizations page 45 Morris Mental Health Agencies page 45 Minority Serving Social, Civic, Community Organizations page 48 Ocean Mental Health Agencies page 49 Minority Serving Social, Civic, Community Organizations page 51 Passaic Mental Health Agencies page 52 Minority Serving Social, Civic, Community Organizations page 55 Salem Mental Health Agencies page 55 Minority Serving Social, Civic, Community Organizations page 56 Somerset Mental Health Agencies page 56 Minority Serving Social, Civic, Community Organizations page 59 Sussex Mental Health Agencies page 60 Minority Serving Social, Civic, Community Organizations page 60 Union Mental Health Agencies page 61 Minority Serving Social, Civic, Community Organizations page 64 Warren Mental Health Agencies page 65 Minority Serving Social, Civic, Community Organizations page 65 Language Index page 66 Mercer Mental Health Agencies page 34 Minority Serving Social, Civic, Community Organizations page 37 Middlesex Mental Health Agencies page 38 Minority Serving Social, Civic, Community Organizations page 40 Page 3

4 ATLANTIC ACCESS- South FSA, 175 Rt. 70 Medford, NJ V/TTY Mental health services for deaf and hard of hearing people. Anyone with hearing loss or their families are eligible for services. Atlantic county office is located in the Atlantic Mental Health Center in Hammonton., American Sign Language (ASL) Ancora Psychiatric Hospital 202 Spring Garden Rd Ancora, NJ Provides inpatient adult psychiatric medical and rehabilitative services for clients who pose a danger to themselves or others and are screened by the psychiatric emergency service. AtlantiCare Behavioral Health MAIN OFFICE 2511 Fire Road Egg Harbor Township, NJ Provides outpatient mental health services, substance abuse treatment/addiction recovery services, child/adolescent foster care programs, family care services, and school-based counseling and health services throughout Atlantic County. ATLANTIC CITY OUTPATIENT OFFICE 13 N. Hartford Avenue Atlantic City, NJ Fax: Outpatient services. The purpose of the adult outpatient services is to provide behavioral health care to individuals 18 years of age and older and their families with psychiatric, psychological and social problems that require individual, family, couple, group or intensive outpatient treatment services. EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP OUTPATIENT OFFICE 6010 BlackHorse Pike Egg Harbor Township, NJ Fax: This division of Atlantic Care Behavioral Health has 2 sites, 1 to serve adults and 1 to serve children/adolescents. Psychiatric assessment and medication monitoring to assist persons with both mental illness and chemical dependency is provided through MICA Partial Care. HAMMONTON OUTPATIENT OFFICE 310 Bellevue Avenue Hammonton, NJ Adult mental health and substance abuse services. Atlantic City Medical Center CITY DIVISION 1925 Pacific Ave Atlantic City, NJ Psychiatric Intervention Program.- Designated screening center for Atlantic County. Anyone can refer here, get a medical clearance, mental health interview, arrange inpatient and outpatient care. * Large transient population MAINLAND DIVISION Jimmie Leeds Rd Pomona, NJ Inpatient psychiatric unit, Korean, Yiddish Cape/Atlantic Integrated Network for Kids 200 S. Shore Road Unit 4 Marmora, NJ Fax: A Care Management Organization associated with the statewide Partnership for Children. CMOs provide a unified approach to serving children with varying degrees of emotional and behavioral disturbances and their families. CMOs provide face-to-face care management and service planning for children and families with intense and complex needs who are involved with multiple child-serving systems. The CMOs goals are to keep children in their homes, their schools and their communities by utilizing pooled funding from this initiative and from current divisional budgets., interpreting available for other languages Cape/Atlantic Family Service Organization 2312 New Road Northfield, NJ Fax: A Family Suuport Organization associated with the statewide Partnership for Children. FSOs are family-run, county-based organizations that provide direct family-to-family peer support, education, advocacy and other services to family members of children with emotional and behavioral problems. * Serves Hispanic and African-American populations Page 4

5 ATLANTIC Cape Counseling Services 128 Crest Haven Rd 2604 Pacific Ave Cape May Courthouse, NJ Wildwood, NJ Cape Counseling offers comprehensive services at a variety of locations. Services include: 24 hour psychiatric emergency screening, psychiatric partial care day program for adults, after school program for emotionally disturbed children, adolescent substance abuse treatment and services, outreach for recently discharged mental health consumers, outpatient psychotherapy and mental health counseling, services for persistent mental illness, and drug and alcohol assessment and referral and treatment services. interpreter available * Serves Hispanic and African-American populations Career Opportunity Development, Inc. 901 Atlantic Avenue Egg Harbor City, NJ Provides quality vocational and residential programming for individuals with physical, mental or economic disabilities. The agency provides a holistic approach where individuals have a right to informed choice and proactive involvement with vocational and/or residential planning. interpreter available Catholic Charities - Cape Atlantic Counseling Center 21 W. Verona Ave. Pleasantville, NJ Outpatient mental health counseling Children s Seashore House 4009 Blackhorse Pike Mays Landing, NJ Fax: Provides care for children with developmental disabilities, acquired disabilities or conditions and chronic illness. Outpatient programs are designed to care for children with many developmental and behavioral disorders, including attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), autism and pervasive developmental disorder, behavior difficulties, cerebral palsy, developmental delay, mental retardation, rehabilitation or acquired brain and spinal cord injury, and others. * Interpreter for other languages available upon request. Collaborative Support Programs of NJ 1147 North New Road Absecon, NJ Collaborative support programs in affiliation with Community Enterprise Corporation. Provides subsidized low-income housing for mentally ill and various support services. Languages spoken: Spanish-speaking social worker available Family and Psychological Services 1868 Greentree Rd. East 717 Elmer St. Cherry Hill, NJ Vineland, NJ Mental health counseling service in the areas of career, alcohol, marital, individual and family, rehabilitation, and veterans outpatient psychotherapy care. Family Service Association 3073 English Creek Ave Egg Harbor Township, NJ Provides multi-services to children, youth, adults and senior citizens. Provides counseling, substance abuse services, consumer credit counseling, and mental health services to the community. * Experience with Hispanic and African-American populations Helping Hand Behavioral Health Corporation 549 Tilton Rd. Northfield, NJ Partial care services for those persons at-risk for psychiatric hospitalization or who have been previously hospitalized. Specialties include serving the chronic population, MICA clients, and medication monitoring. * Serves a large African-American population Individuals Concerted Effort (ICE) 611 Doughty Rd Pleasantville, NJ Self-help for mental health consumers. Designed to empower mental health consumers to realize a lifestyle centered on wellness. Services include a comfortable supportive setting to help balance the state of social, spiritual, mental emotional and physical health. Boarding home outreach, community advocacy, social events and trips, and planned activities. * Serves a large African-American population Page 5

6 ATLANTIC Information Atlantic within Atlantic County , est.6307 This hotline provides information on every type of service in Atlantic County. Jewish Family Service of Atlantic & Cape May Counties 607 North Jerome Avenue Margate, NJ Provides counseling, case management, family life education and direct support including outreach services for previously hospitalized patients, elderly in-home services, homeless case management, home intervention for parents with psychiatric disabilities, and assistance to individuals on Absecon Island with psychiatric issues. Mental Health Association in Atlantic County 1127 North New Rd Absecon, NJ Services and referrals for adults age 18 and over. Providing support and advocacy via a self-help center, community advocates program, intensive family supports, social services, active parenting classes, and boarding home outreach. * Hispanic and African-American serving Mood Disorders Self-Help Group C/o 128 Cornell Ave. Blackwood, NJ An affiliate of the national Depressive Manic Depressive Association, this confidential support group discusses problems of mental illness mood disorders (manic depression, depression, bipolar disorders, neurobiological disorder, brain chemical imbalance, or any personality disorders). Meetings are at the Presbyterian Church, 100 Main St., Mays Landing, every Wednesday at 6:45 p.m. NAMI Atlantic County Heritage Square, 927 Main Street Pleasantville, NJ Self-help support/advocacy group for families whose loved one has a serious mental illness. Group meets the 1 st Tuesday of the month at 7:30 pm at the Presbyterian Church of Pleasantville. The Program of Assertive Community Treatment 2511 Fire Road Egg Harbor Township, NJ PACT A PACT B PACT is dedicated to assisting persons with mental illness through a proactive process model that reaches out to enable persons with mental illness to become independent citizens in their communities. Psychiatric care and addiction intervention are the core of PACT. Child/adolescent outpatient care and adult outpatient and partial care are provided., Vietnamese * Large Hispanic population Providence House 12 N. Providence Avenue Atlantic City, NJ Partial care program assists adults who have a severe and persistent mental illness with developing the skills necessary to live, learn, and work in the community. The program is open six days a week offering skill building, educational, and socialization groups to assist participants in the recovery process. * Large African-American population Spanish Community Center PO Box Sumner Street, Landisville, NJ Vineland: or Atlantic City: Provides a multitude of supportive services including: outpatient drug and alcohol; HIV/AIDS prevention and education; latch-key; counseling; summer camp; and Holiday Helper Campaign. Staff is 100% bi-lingual/bicultural and all programs are designed to assist in the achievement of self-sufficiency for client. * Large transient/migrant population US Army Fort Dix, Army Substance Abuse Program and Community Counseling Center Bldg. 5203, Maryland Ave. Fort Dix, NJ Counseling and support services for military personnel and their families. Page 6

7 ATLANTIC United Way of Atlantic County 6712 Washington Ave., Suite 104 Egg Harbor Township, NJ Phone: Fax: Local volunteer network that responds to community needs, raises funds, and distributes dollars locally among more than 50 member agency programs The United Way of Atlantic County is bringing people and resources together to solve pressing community problems and promoting physical and mental wellness. Vineland Veterans Affairs (VA) Outpatient Clinic 520 North West Blvd. Vineland, NJ This is a comprehensive mental health facility located on the grounds of the Vineland Memorial Veteran s Home. Services include consultation and training about PTSD, combat stress disorder, Gulf war syndrome, drug and alcohol addiction, psychiatric problems, grief and loss issues, and stress management. [MINORITY SERVING SOCIAL, CIVIC, COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS] Associacion Politica Latino-Americana 4021 Ventnor Ave. Atlantic City, NJ This is a civic organization that promotes Latino political candidates and raises consciousness about issues of importance to the Latino community. Hispanic Alliance of Atlantic County 124 Mississippi Avenue Atlantic City, NJ Fax: National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) PO Box 1977 Atlantic City, NJ The NAACP protects civil rights; this chapter is staffed by volunteers. Page 7

8 BERGEN Advance Housing, Inc. 100 First St, Suite 203 Hackensack, NJ Residential care for the mentally ill. Alliance Against Homeless 115 Washington Ave. Dumont, NJ Provides housing and support services for seriously mentally ill homeless adults. Bergen County Community Action Program 241 Moore Street Hackensack, NJ BCCAP is Bergen County s designated anti-poverty agency dedicated to providing emergency and long-term services for the needy through an array of services designed to relieve crises and facilitate the transition to and attainment of selfsufficiency. Services are provided through the operation of approximately 150 housing (shelter, transitional and permanent) units, comprehensive housing support services, a drop-in meal program, basic education, employment training and permanent job placement, seven early childhood education centers and several other human services facilities. Language spoken: English, Spanish Bergen Family Center 10 Banta Place Hackensack, NJ Group, individual, family, and couples counseling., Korean Bergen s Promise 218 Rt. 17 N., 3 rd Floor Rochelle Park, NJ Fax: [password required] A Care Management Organization associated with the statewide Partnership for Children. CMOs provide a unified approach to serving children with varying degrees of emotional and behavioral disturbances and their families. CMOs provide face-to-face care management and service planning for children and families with intense and complex needs who are involved with multiple child-serving systems. The CMOs goals are to keep children in their homes, their schools and their communities by utilizing pooled funding from this initiative and from current divisional budgets. * Experience serving: Asian, African-American and Hispanic populations. Bergen Regional Medical Center 230 East Ridgewood Avenue Paramus, NJ HOTLINE: HELP The Behavioral Health Services Division of Bergen Regional Medical Center is a regional provider of services to meet the mental health needs (i.e., psychiatry), substance abuse, MICA (Mentally Ill Chemically Addicted) of the community. Services include: Inpatient Services: Adult, Child and Adolescent, Geriatric acute and extended care. Partial Hospital Services: Adult Acute Partial Hospital, Adult MICA Partial Hospital, Program. Outpatient Services: Populations Served: Geriatrics, Adults, Children & Adolescents Services Include: Assessment & Evaluation, Individual, Group, Medication Monitoring, Education & Consultation, Interpreting available for most languages * Experience with Asian, African-American, and Hispanic populations Care Plus NJ, Inc. 610 Valley Health Plaza Fair Lawn Mental Health Center Paramus, New Jersey Romaine St. Fair Lawn, NJ (Main number to reach any program) (Access department) HELP (4357) (Emergency hot line) Care Plus NJ provides an array of Mental Health Services to children, adults, and seniors. Programs fall under four key areas: Acute Care Services, Sub-Acute Care Services, Community Services and Client Support Services. Services are provided at locations throughout Bergen County and Essex County. INTEGRATED CASE MANAGEMENT SERVICES (ICMS) Provides long-term case management to county residents with long-standing history of severe mental illness who are discharged from county and state psychiatric hospitals. PSYCHIATRIC EMERGENCY SCREENING PROGRAM (PESP) Operates a 24-hour, 365 days/year, countywide hot line and screening program to assess clients in crisis and has the authority to hospitalize persons who present a risk of harming themselves, others or property. * Experience serving Asian, African-American and Hispanic populations Children s Aid & Family Services, Inc. 140 Route 17 North, Suite 110 Paramus, NJ administration program office Individual and family counseling, marital counseling, family support and information, divorce and family meditation, life education series, risk reduction/substance abuse program for those under 21, FAST (families and schools together). Page 8

9 BERGEN Child and Adolescent Treatment Service (CATS) Riggs House 148 Prospect St. Ridgewood, N.J Children s Aid and Family Services team of professionals help children cope with and overcome behavioral and family problems, deal with learning disabilities, and other family struggles such as adoption. Family and adult counseling. Comprehensive Behavioral Healthcare, Inc. 395 Main Street 117 Kinderkermack Rd Hackensack, NJ River Edge, NJ Valley Brook Lyndhurst, NJ CompCare is a private, not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing the highest quality of behavioral healthcare services to the people of all ages-from children to seniors. It offers counseling, rehabilitation, residential and preventive services. Family Support Organization of Bergen County th St. Fairlawn, NJ A Family Support Organization associated with the statewide Partnership for Children. FSOs are family-run, county-based organizations that provide direct family-to-family peer support, education, advocacy and other services to family members of children with emotional and behavioral problems. * African-American serving For Us/By Us 40 Van Brunt Street Englewood, NJ Mental Health organization/self-help agency by and for those with mental illnesses. Available services include a drop-in center, computer availability, social activities, employment seminars, individual and group counseling, women s group, and a MICA (mentally ill and chemically addicted) group. Open Mon., Wed., Thurs., and Fri. 3-7pm, Sunday 1-5 pm. Friendship House 125 Atlantic St. Hackensack, NJ Provides vocational rehabilitation, transitional employment, job placement and coaches for adolescents and adults. Hackensack University Medical Center THE ACCESS AND ASSESSMENT CENTER 25 East Salem Street, Ground Floor Hackensack, NJ CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES QUEST 60 Second Street, First Floor Adult Outpatient Services Hackensack, NJ East Salem Street, (201) First Floor Hackensack, NJ Programming includes specialized treatment tracks appropriate to the age and specific diagnosis of consumers such as substance abuse, eating disorders, thought and mood disorders, anxiety disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder and personality disorders. * Large African-American population Jewish Family Service of Bergen County 1485 Teaneck Road Teaneck, NJ Provides counseling, case management, family life education and information and referral services. National Alliance for the Mentally Ill of Bergen County, Inc. 304 Valley Blvd. Rm 30 Wood-Ridge, NJ Information and referral service for mental health consumers, advocacy, education and support groups. Provides inpatient services, partial hospitalization, and outpatient services to patients of all ages. * Experience with Asian populations Pascack Mental Health Center, Park Ridge 114 Kinderkamack Road Park Ridge, NJ Mental health services, including psychotherapeutic treatment and psychiatric evaluations and medical monitoring under a subsidized, reduced fee structure, Hungarian Page 9

10 BERGEN Senior Life Center at Pascack Valley Hospital Partial hospitalization program for mature adults 55 years or older who suffer from late life emotional distress. It is a service that provides a comprehensive, intensive weekday mental health program conducted in an outpatient setting between the hours of 9 am-3 pm. The Arc of Bergen & Passaic Counties, Inc. 223 Moore St. Hackensack, NJ Fax: Provides opportunities for all citizens with mental retardation and other disabilities and their families through advocacy, community education, direct services, and customized supports to help individuals attain and maintain fulfilled and independent status within their own communities, and to initiate actions to prevent the occurrence of disability whenever possible., German, Russian, Arabic, Polish, French Italian, Korean On Our Own 179 Main Street 2nd Floor Hackensack, NJ Mental Health organization by and for those with mental illnesses. Open 7 days, group counseling, individual counseling, information and referral services, food bank. Ramapo Ridge Psychiatric Hospital 301 Sicomac Ave Wyckoff The mission of the Center is to provide mental health services and services to the elderly according to the highest professional standards in a compassionate and loving environment consistent with Christian principles. The Opportunity Center Fair lawn Ave Fair lawn, NJ Day program (social, life, pre-vocational, and academic skills) for those afflicted with both diagnoses of developmental disability and mental illness M-F 8:45 am - 4:45 pm., German Spectrum for Living 210 Rivervale Rd. 93 West Palisade Ave. Rivervale, NJ Englewood, NJ Residential facilities for those with physical, mental, or developmentally disabilities. United Way of Bergen County 690 Kinderkamack Rd Oradell, NJ Fundraising, information and referral source for Bergen County. Vantage Health System Main Office 2 Park Avenue Dumont, NJ TOUCHSTONE HALL 35D Piermont Road Rockleigh, NJ (Access Center) Fax: Serves the northeastern corridor of Bergen County primarily providing psychiatric and addiction treatment services. The Vantage Health System provides a centralized access point for all outpatient services at Dumont and Englewood locations. West Bergen Mental Healthcare Centers 120 Chestnut St. Ridgewood, NJ (Center for Children and Youth) (Mid Bergen Mental Health Center) (Dumont Mental Health Center) (Englewood Mental Health Center) Individual, family and group outpatient therapy for children & adults. Partial care; inpatient referral; after-care services; residential facilities or placement; and medication monitoring. Psychoeducational programs for clients and families. * Experience serving Hispanic and Korean populations Page 10

11 BERGEN [MINORITY SERVING SOCIAL, CIVIC, COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS] Bergen County Hispanic-American Chamber of Commerce 5 Main St., Suite 306 Hackensack, NJ Fax: The organization was formed in 1991 for the specific purpose of providing a business forum for Hispanic businesses, entrepreneurs and professionals in Bergen county Latin-American Institute for Social Services 377 Park St. Hackensack, NJ Multi-service community based organization. Including youth development, violence prevention, alcohol and drug rehabilitation for youth and adults, parenting skills, EAP provider, support groups, ESL classes, after-school program in collaboration with Hackensack Housing Authority. Staff is speak Spanish and English and are multicultural. * Open to everyone but primary focus on Hispanics Latin Lions Club of Englewood P.O. Box 8081 Englewood, NJ Languages spoken: Spanish and English MEEJOO Catholic Social Welfare Society, Inc. 410 Broad Avenue, Suite 203 Palisades Park, NJ Fax: Previously known as the NJ Asian-American Social Welfare Society, a non-profit organization that helps Korean immigrants become productive citizens in their adopted country. The organization provides services in the following program areas: information and referral, counseling, immigration related services, youth education, social welfare benefit services, health education program, and legal services., Korean Sri Guru Singh Sabha Inc. 541 Prospect Street, Glenrock, NJ Serving the religious Sikh community through Sunday services, a school for children, a Punjabi language school, computer classes, ESL, and basic medical services on Sundays., Punjabi * Experience serving Indian populations. Page 11

12 BURLINGTON ACCESS FSA, 175 Rt. 70 Medford, NJ (V/TTY) Mental health services for deaf and hard of hearing people. Anyone with hearing loss or their families are eligible for services., American Sign Language Ancora Psychiatric Hospital 202 Spring Garden Rd. Ancora, NJ Providing quality comprehensive psychiatric, medical and rehabilitative services that encourage maximum patient independence and movement towards community reintegration within an environment that is safe and caring. Archway Programs 280 Jackson Rd. Atco, NJ Provides partial care mental health services to at-risk children and youth (ages 5 to 18) and severely and persistently mentally ill adults. * Experience with Hispanic populations Burlington Co. Behavioral Health Care (Catholic Charities) 25 Ikea Drive 114 Delaware Avenue, Westampton, NJ Burlington, NJ Mental health programs providing social and vocational rehabilitation, supervised residency, partial care programs, addiction treatment, single family consultation, psychoeducational and family support groups, respite care, advocacy and service linkage to families of the seriously mental ill. The programs of DELAWARE HOUSE MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES serve Burlington County adults who have experienced mental illness and are in need of psychiatric treatment and psychosocial rehabilitation. Programs include Partial Care, Outpatient Services, Vocational Services, and Residential and MICA Treatment Programs. Services provided by these components include individual and group counseling, case management, medical care management, medication monitoring, job placement, recreation, drug/alcohol treatment, and several levels of residential care. Buttonwood Hospital 600 Pemberton-Browns Mills Road Pemberton, NJ Buttonwood Hospital maintains a 24-hour-per day, 7-day per week Long Term Care (LTC) Facility and Psychiatric Hospital, operating under one roof now for more than10 years. LTC has 170 beds on 4 wings, providing care for a wide range of residents including residents with Alzheimer s disease. The Psychiatric Hospital, with a 30-bed wing, provides care to people with dependencies, addictions, and other mental health needs., Arabic The Children s Home 243 Pine Street Mt. Holly, NJ A residential treatment center working with emotionally disturbed boys, ages 10 to 17, who need out-of-home placement. The Home offers a therapeutic community that develops social and individual responsibility, self-awareness, and a positive self-image. The ultimate goal of the Home is to reunite each child with his family or place within an appropriate community-based setting. CONTACT of Burlington County P.O. Box 333 Moorestown, NJ Provides 24-hour, 7-day crisis intervention, suicide prevention, and telephone counseling services to the residents of Burlington County. In addition, the agency offers a comprehensive information and referral service and specialized programs to help the elderly and handicapped (Reassurance CONTACT) and children home alone after school (CONTACT-A-Friend). Family Service 770 Woodlane Road Mt. Holly, NJ Fax: Provides preventive and therapeutic mental health services to individuals, families and groups primarily in Burlington County and South Jersey. Page 12

13 BURLINGTON Family Support Organization of Burlington County 774 Eayrestown Rd. Lumberton, NJ A Family Service Organization of the statewide Partnership for Children initiative. FSOs are family-run, county-based organizations that provide direct family-to-family peer support, education, advocacy and other services to family members of children with emotional and behavioral problems. The Family Support Organization of Burlington County is the family voice within Burlington County s local system of care for children with behavioral, emotional, or mental heath issues. The agency works towards making the system family friendly and responsive to the needs of children and families. All staff members are all parents or guardians of children who have experienced emotional, behavioral, or mental health complexities. *Experience serving African-American populations Grow In New Jersey 206 University Blvd. Glassboro, NJ (northern area) 12-step support group for people suffering from mental illness/ emotional problems caused by divorce, death in the family, troubled personal relationships, etc. Small group format. Burl. Co. Meeting: M 7-9 pm at Family Service Bldg., 770 Woodlane Rd., Ste. 33, Westampton, NJ Jewish Family and Children s Services of SNJ 1301 Springdale Road, Suite 150 Cherry Hill, NJ Helps people in the tri-county area remain independent. Serves elderly with transportation to doctors, and youth in single-parent families with special friends. Agency also provides counseling, workshops, resettlement of Soviets, adoption and educational programs., Russian Hampton Behavioral Health Center 650 Rancocas Road Westampton Twp., NJ Hampton is a private behavioral health care and counseling center that has restored or improved the behavioral health of thousands of Delaware Valley residents. Lester A. Drenk Behavioral Health Center 795 Woodlane Road, Suite 300 Mt. Holly, NJ Provides behavioral health and social services for Burlington County residents. Mental Health Association in SWNJ (serving Camden, Burlington, and Glouster) 505 Cooper St. Camden, NJ Offers a wide range of programs, information and training on mental health and mental illness to community groups, schools, and agencies. Recruits and trains volunteers as community companions to mental health clients. NAMI Face Support Group P.O. Box 536 Moorestown, NJ NAMI s goal is to be there : that is to be available when families, caregivers, and mentally ill persons need help, guidance and sympathetic ears. Meetings: 2nd/4th Mon. of the month, 7:30-9:30 pm: First Presbyterian Church, Moorestown. New Dimensions Keary s Point The self-help center is open Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday 6-9 pm. Please leave a message and someone will call you back with detailed information. Partners for Kids and Families 122 Burrs Rd. Mt. Holly, NJ Fax [password required] A Care Managment Organization associated with the statewide Partnership for Children. CMOs provide a unified approach to serving children with varying degrees of emotional and behavioral disturbances and their families. CMOs provide face-toface care management and service planning for children and families with intense and complex needs who are involved with multiple child-serving systems. The CMOs goals are to keep children in their homes, their schools and their communities by utilizing pooled funding from this initiative and from current divisional budgets., German * Experience with African-American populations Page 13

14 BURLINGTON Programs for Assertive Community Treatment 790 Woodlane Road, Suite 20 Westampton, NJ PACT helps persons with the most serious mental illness to live successfully in the community through hands-on service in their homes and neighborhoods. Services are available 24-hours a day, 7-days a week. Ranch Hope P.O. Box 325 Alloway, NJ Residential program for troubled boys (age 9 to 16 1/2). Individual, family, group counseling, emotionally disturbed, neurologically impaired. Learning disabled accepted but not mentally retarded or chronic substance abusers. * Experience serving Hispanic population Recovery Prince of Peace Lutheran Church 61 Rt. 70 East Marlton, NJ A nonprofit self-help organization for aftercare to prevent chronicity in nervous patients and relapses in former mental patients. Anyone over 18 is welcome and may bring a relative or friend if they choose. Meeting: Sat., 11:30 a.m., 215 Highland Avenue, Westmont, NJ. Tues., 7:00 p.m., West Hampton, NJ. The Temenos Center 301 N. Church Street Suite 316 Moorestown, NJ Individual, couples and family therapy; recovery groups for substance abuse and eating disorders; stress reduction and meditation classes; psychological and forensic evaluation; psychiatric evaluation; depression and anxiety; chronic pain and illness; special concerns for women., German, Norwegian, French * Experience with African-American and Hispanic populations United Way of Burlington Location: Mailing address: 595 Beverly-Rancocas Road PO box 226 Westampton, NJ Rancoca, NJ Fundraising, information, and referral source for Burlington County. Victory House (affiliated with Ranch Hope) 1025 Linden Ave. Williamstown, NJ Residential program for troubled girls (age 14 to 18). Individual, family, group counseling, emotionally disturbed, neurologically impaired, learning disabled accepted but not mentally retarded or chronic substance abusers. * Experience serving Hispanic population Starting Point 215 Highland Ave., Ste. C, Westmont, NJ Educational and referral center specializing in the areas of dependencies. Emphasis is on personal growth. Goals are holistic, integrative, and wellness-oriented. Therapy, workshops, forums, twelve-step meetings, and weekend programs. M-Th 10AM-10PM, F noon-9pm, Sat. 9AM-2PM Page 14

15 BURLINGTON [MINORITY SERVING SOCIAL, CIVIC, COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS] Afri-Female Institute, Inc. 39 E. Stokes Rd. Willingboro, NJ Meeting the unique needs of girls (ages 12 to 17) regardless of race, creed or socio-economic status. Building character and purpose; helping young girls grow into selfrespecting, self- confident young women. Afri-Male Institute 426 High Street Burlington, NJ The Institute depends on African American males to act as role models and to help teach young African American males life skills and to enhance self esteem. Volunteers are needed to help with recreation programs, telephone and office work, counseling, fund raising, and tutoring. National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) P.O. Box 524 Bordentown, NJ The NAACP s goal is to improve social and economic status of minority groups, eliminate prejudice and keep public aware of adverse effects of racial discrimination. The agency gives help and links those in need with appropriate referral within the community network. Servicios Latinos de Burlington County 60 High St. Mt. Holly, NJ Advancing the county s Hispanic population by providing individual clients with assistance in translation and in the security of education, employment, housing, transportation, health and other related services. Spanish American Social Cultural Association (Hispanic Social Service Center) P.O. Box 2248 Willingboro, NJ Provides the county s Hispanic community with counseling, advocacy, translation and interpretation, and counseling in employment, career and education. Page 15

16 CAMDEN Asociacion De Puertorriquenos En Marcha, Inc River Ave Camden, NJ Fax: Intensive outpatient drug/alcohol treatment program. Languages spoken: Spanish, English * Mainly serving Hispanic populations Archway Programs PO Box 668 Atco, NJ Fax: Offers a wide array of services, including early intervention and child care, broad-based special education in a large school setting, at-risk adolescent treatment, group homes, adolescents and adult mental health counseling, senior citizen day care, summer camp and professional staff development. Provides human services for psychiatrically disabled adults in needs of partial care; senior citizens social day care program; educational and social services for emotionally disturbed children and adolescents; residential services for developmentally disabled mental retarded adults; supportive living/personal care and respite care services for multiply handicapped/ developmentally disabled children and adults, as well as the elderly. Interpreters available upon request. Bancroft NeuroHealth Hopkins Lane, P.O. Box 20 Haddonfield, NJ or (Admissions) Bancroft NeuroHealth is well known for its early intervention programs, special education and vocational services, residential and in-home services, a neurobehavioral stabilization program and other specialized services. Camden County Health Services Center 20 N. Woodbury-Turnersville Road Blackwood, NJ Behavioral Healthcare Services Group provides psychiatric care for people with more severe forms of mental disorders. Six complementary service units provide a nurturing therapeutic atmosphere when inpatient care is deemed the most appropriate treatment environment. translator available Catholic Charities 1484 Mt. Ephraim Ave. Camden, NJ Fax: (Emergency Services) A counseling ministry dedicated to providing treatment for individuals, couples, families, & groups. The agency provides emergency services, counseling, addiction treatment, school based social work, adoption services, AIDS ministry and migration and refugee services, which include job development, job placement and English-as-a-second language instruction. In Camden County, there are six service locations throughout Camden City and another two service locations in Camden County. *Experience with African-American and Hispanic populations C.A.T.A. (El Comite de Apoyo a los Trabajadores Agricolan) 4 South Delsea Drive PO Box 510 Glassboro, NJ Fax: The farmworkers support group. * Specializes in Hispanic populations Center for Family Services 584 Benson Street Camden, NJ Short term individual, marital, and family therapy; comprehensive treatments for adult and child survivors of severe trauma through therapy, group therapy, and creative arts therapy; assessment, treatment, and referral services for individuals with addictions; psychiatric evaluation and medication management in conjunction with treatment. * Experience serving Hispanic populations - translation in Spanish, no programs in Spanish CPAC (Community Planning and Advocacy Council) 6981 N. Park Dr East Building, 3 rd Floor Pennsauken, NJ Community advocacy and planning service. CPAC is an organizational body that serves children through senior citizens by convening the planning process of mental health, employment and social service agencies in Camden County *Experience with African-American and Hispanic populations Page 16

17 CAMDEN CorrPsych Inc N. Kings Highway Suite 210 Cherry Hill, NJ Fax: Family and Psychological Services 1868 Greentree Road Cherry Hill, NJ week intensive outpatient program; individual, group, client, and family counseling; drug screening; aftercare after hospitalization; DWI program., Russian Hampton Behavioral Health Center 108 Burrs Road Mt. Holly, NJ Hampton Inpatient Programs at Hampton Hospital include comprehensive psychiatric assessment and evaluations, education, individual and group therapy, individualized biopsycho-social treatment plan and discharge and aftercare planning. Outpatient services include youth day-school, partial hospitalization programs and intensive outpatient programs. Hispanic Family Center of Southern New Jersey, Inc. 35 Church Street Camden, New Jersey Bilingual and bicultural services in drug/alcohol, mental health, job counseling/placement, educational/vocational programs. Adult day care and homemaker services to the elderly * Extensive experience serving Hispanic populations THE FAMILY COUNSELING CENTER provides members of the community with open access to the services of highly skilled bilingual, bicultural counselors and therapists especially skilled at dealing with issues and problems with mental health implications. Jewish Family & Children s Service of Southern NJ 1301 Springdale Rd. Suite 150 Cherry Hill, NJ Fax: Provides human services to children, adults and families, including those with special needs, residing within the geographic area of Southern New Jersey encompassed by the Jewish Federation. Counseling and psychotherapy services are provided by qualified licensed professionals. Individual, couple, child, family and group therapy is available. JFCS helps children, adolescents, and their families find more effective and appropriate ways of coping with the stresses that hinder their functioning, performance, and well being., Russian Jewish Federation of Southern New Jersey 1301 Springdale Road, Suite 150 Cherry Hill, NJ Fax: The purpose of the Agency is to provide effective, affordable and accessible human services to children, adults and families, including those with special needs. Counseling and psychotherapy services are provided by qualified licensed professionals. Individual, couple, child, family and group therapy is available at convenient times at affordable fees., Russian Mental Health Association in SWNJ (serving Camden, Burlington, and Gloucester) 505 Cooper Street Camden, NJ Provides information and referral for individuals seeking mental health services. Offers presentations, technical training, video and brochures on issues pertaining to mental illnesses and mental wellness. Recruits, trains and matches volunteers as companions for individuals with mental illnesses. THE MENTAL HEALTH OUTPATIENT CLINIC provides integrated psychological and psychiatric services to the Hispanic community under the direct supervision of a psychiatrist Westfield Avenue Camden, NJ Page 17

18 CAMDEN NAMI Camden County President/Contact Person: Eileen Santoro (Home) Meetings held: 2nd & 4th Tuesday of the month, 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm Steininger Center 19 East Ormand Avenue Cherry Hill, NJ S.H.C. (Self Help Centers) of VOORHEES 1 Alpha Ave, Suite 42 Voorhees NJ Mental Health/self-help organization by and for those with mental illnesses. Hours: Mon 1:00 pm-8:00 pm ( MDA Prog ); 12:00 pm-1:00-pm Tue;. 1:00 pm-8:00 pm Wed.; 12:00 pm-8:00 pm; Fri-12:00 pm-4:00 pm; Sat-12:00 pm- 3:00 p.m (5 Days) South Jersey Behavioral Health Resources, Inc. 400 Market St. Camden, NJ Outpatient mental health facility for children and adults Languages Spoken: English, Spanish * Large Hispanic and African-American clientele Steininger Behavioral Care Services Administrative Offices 499 Cooper Landing Rd. & 19 E. Ormond Avenue Chapel Avenue Cherry Hill, NJ Cherry Hill NJ (Intake) HOTLINE (HELP) Crisis number for Cherry Hill HOTLINE Crisis number for Camden area County-wide psychiatric crisis intervention and case management services. Steininger conducts service evaluations for involuntary commitment and linkages/referrals to other providers and is a member of the statewide Mobile Response and Stabilization Services initiative. The agency does not provide direct care services, Polish, Spanish, Greek, interpreters available for ASL and other languages * African-American serving Seabrook House 133 Polk lane P.O. Box 5055 Seabrook, NJ Adult, adolescent, women and children inpatient care; partial hospitalization; detoxification; relapse prevention; and family counseling/intervention Languages spoken: Spanish, English The Starting Point, Inc. of New Jersey 215 Highland Ave Suite C Wetmont, NJ Outpatient center; adolescent services; individual, family, and group counseling; referral service, self-help and support groups. UMDNJ Counseling/Mental Health UMDNJ-Stratford PCC-Building Suite # East Laurel Rd Stratford, NJ Counseling services are available to children and adults on a statewide basis through a network of mental health professionals. Languages spoken (at this location): English United Way of Camden 196 Newton Ave Camden, NJ Fundraising, community building, information and referral source for Camden County. Page 18

19 CAMDEN [MINORITY SERVING SOCIAL, CIVIC, COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS] ASPIRA Camden Center 600 Penn Street, 1st. Floor Camden, NJ (609) ASPIRA promotes leadership through education, offers guidance, college placement and assistance in obtaining financial aid for college. ASPIRA has a track record of success in motivating and placing Latino youth in post-secondary educational programs. ASPIRA is considered the most effective educational organization within the Latino community. NAACP, Camden County Branch /2 Kaighn Avenue, Camden, NJ Phone: (856) Fax: (856) NAACP works toward improving the political, educational, social and economic status of minority groups. Attempts to eliminate racial prejudice. Keeps the public aware of adverse effects of racial discrimination and takes all lawful action to secure its elimination. * Experience with African-American population Puerto Rican Unity for Progress 427 Broadway Camden, NJ Fax: The agency provides such social services as assistance receiving Social Security benefits and translation services to low-income individuals in Camden County. Languages spoken: Spanish, English * Primarily serving Hispanic populations but all are welcome Page 19

20 CAPE MAY Atlantic Cape Family Support Organization 2312 New Road Northfield, NJ A Family Support Organization associated with the statewide Partnership for Children. FSOs are family-run, county-based organizations that provide direct family-to-family peer support, education, advocacy and other services to family members of children with emotional and behavioral problems. Burdette Tomlin Memorial Hospital Two Stone Harbor Boulevard Cape May Court House, NJ (Intake) Burdette Tomlin Memorial Hospital is a 242-bed acute-care hospital located in Cape May County. Their screening center refers all inpatient needs to Atlantic City Medical Center (see Atlantic County). Cape/Atlantic Integrated Network for Kids 200 S. Shore Road Unit 4 Marmora, NJ Fax: A Care Management Organization associated with the statewide Partnership for Children. CMOs provide a unified approach to serving children with varying degrees of emotional and behavioral disturbances and their families. CMOs provide face-to-face care management and service planning for children and families with intense and complex needs who are involved with multiple child-serving systems. The CMOs goals are to keep children in their homes, their schools and their communities by utilizing pooled funding from this initiative and from current divisional budgets. Cape Counseling Services 128 Crest Haven Rd 2604 Pacific Ave Cape May Courthouse, Wildwood, NJ NJ Cape Counseling offers comprehensive services at a variety of locations. Services include: 24-hour psychiatric emergency screening, psychiatric partial care day program for adults, after school program for emotionally disturbed children, adolescent substance abuse treatment and services, outreach for recently discharged mental health consumers, outpatient psychotherapy and mental health counseling, services for persistent mental illness, and drug and alcohol assessment and referral and treatment services. interpreter available * Experience serving Hispanic and African-American populations The C.A.P.E Pacific Avenue Wildwood N.J Fax: Mental Health/self-help organization by and for those with mental illnesses. Services include social activities and peer support. Jewish Family Service of Atlantic & Cape May Counties 3 South Weymouth Avenue, Ventnor, NJ Provides counseling, case management, family life education and direct support including outreach services for previously hospitalized patients, elderly in-home services, homeless case management, home intervention for parents with psychiatric disabilities, and assistance to individuals on Absecon Island with psychiatric issues. NAMI Cape May County Partial Care Building Cape Counseling Center Cape May Court House, NJ Self-help support/advocacy group for families whose loved one has a serious mental illness. Group meets the 2nd Thursday of the month 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm. Language: English United Way of Cape May 230 E Maple Ave Wildwood, NJ Fundraising, community building, information and referral source for Cape May County. [MINORITY SERVING SOCIAL, CIVIC, COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS] Puerto Rican Action Committee 604 Franklin St. Woodbine, NJ Transportation and social services departments (i.e., translation services and advocacy in the areas of housing, clothing, food needs). * Open to all especially devoted to Hispanic populations Page 20

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