Services and Treatment

Treatment Services

A wide variety of treatment services for both mental health and substance abuse disorders are available at many locations across the state. Addtionally, the Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services partners with national and statewide organizations to provide a range of hotline and warmline services.

Mental Health and Substance Abuse Disorders Hotlines Community Support Services

Prevention and Early Intervention

The Department works with third party providers throughout the state to provide residents at risk for substance abuse or mental health issues with access to prevention and early intervention services.

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Recovery Support

Recovery housing and other non-clinical services are available to assist individuals and families in recovering from both mental health and alcohol and drug problems.

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State Psychiatric Hospitals

The Division operates four psychiatric hospitals, one of which is a forensic center. Each admits patients from different regions of the state, depending upon each patient's individual circumstances. The goal of the Division is to ensure that the hospitals function in a similar manner. Some examples include organizational structure, provision of active treatment, community re-integration, implementation of evidence-based practices, and workforce development initiatives.

Ancora Psychiatric Hospital

Greystone Park Psychiatric Hospital

Closed facilities

Trenton Psychiatric Hospital

Ann Klein Forensic Center

Disaster and Terrorism Branch

The services available through the Disaster and Terrorism Branch include:

› Individual crisis counseling
› Psychological first aid
› Disaster-specific psycho-educational information
› Group crisis counseling
› Consultation and training
› Information and referral services
› Toll-free warm line services

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Last Reviewed: 11/9/2017