Inpatient Behavioral Health—offers acute programs for individuals in need of a secure, therapeutic environment. We treat all major psychiatric disorders such as bipolar disorder, depression, anxiety, psychoses and schizophrenia.
Voluntary Inpatient Unit—provides each patient with an individually formulated plan of care developed by a multi-disciplinary team in order to stabilize the individual and help them along the road to recovery.
The Center for Geriatric Excellence—provides specialized treatments that address the specific needs of the elderly, including: comprehensive psychiatric/medication evaluation, adaptive living skills and reality orientation, as well as occupational, art, recreational and individual therapies.
If you are a provider who would like to make a referral to any of our inpatient services, please contact our 24-hour access hotline at 201.983.9575 (this number is for providers only).
Outpatient Behavioral Health—includes short- and long-term therapy including assessments, psychiatric evaluations, medication monitoring and counseling for issues surrounding depression, anxiety and life cycle transitions, coping with loss/death/dying and serious and persistent mental illness.
Partial Hospital Program—provides psychiatric and psychotherapeutic interventions for individuals suffering from psychiatric disorders in a safe, structured and supportive environment. (Hoboken University Medical Center)
HIV/AIDS Services—includes primary medical care, general medical case management, bilingual medical case management, incarcerated pre-discharge medical case management, emergency assistance, mental health services and addiction services. Made possible by the Ryan White Grant Program. A portion of funding is restricted to serving the uninsured/under-insured and/or persons of color. (Hoboken University Medical Center and Christ Hospital)
ALCOHOL AND OTHER DRUG ABUSE SERVICES
Giant Steps—is a comprehensive substance abuse treatment program that promotes and achieves increased permanent abstinence among youth and adults, including those struggling with co-occurring disorders. (Hoboken University Medical Center)
Intoxicated Drivers Resource Center/DUI Education Program—a sixteen-week structured educational program that covers such topics as recognizing relapse triggers, developing a sober and positive support network, dealing with guilt in recovery and building self-esteem. (Christ Hospital)
Outpatient Drug Free/Co-Occurring Program—a level 1 substance abuse program for adults, especially those with co-occurring mental health issues. Includes monthly individual counseling sessions, plus the option to take part in weekly group meetings. (Christ Hospital)
Perinatal Support Services—provides women and their partners who are at risk for, or are suffering from, postpartum depression, with assessment and counseling. Support is also provided for women who are pregnant, have recently given birth or have suffered a miscarriage, stillborn baby or infant death. (Christ Hospital)
Project Second Chance—an intensive outpatient substance abuse and case management program for women with children who have open cases with the Division of Youth and Family Services. Day care and transportation are provided. (Christ Hospital)
The Women’s Project—provides a creative empowerment workshop, life skills classes, life coaching, meditation, yoga, domestic violence support groups, job readiness and many other programs designed to support and empower women. A “Children in the Middle” workshop, open to both men and women, aims to reduce conflict between separated or divorced parents who share responsibility raising their children. (Christ Hospital)