Program locations range southern New Jersey to northern New Jersey with numerous sites in between.
Also Mobile Screening for Irvington and parts of Newark but not NJIT.(973) 623-2323: UMDNJ - Hotline and Psychiatric Emergency room.(973) 972-0480: UMDNJ - Mobile Screening adults.(973) 972-7354: UMDNJ - Mobile Screening children (under 18).(908) 351-6684: Trinitas Hospital telephone and in-person crisis services (24/7) for Elizabeth and eastern portion of Union County.(908) 355-5556: Mobile Screening.(908) 668-2205: Muhlenberg Regional Medical Center - telephone and in-person crisis services.(908) 668-2599: Muhlenberg Regional Medical Center - mobile screening (all Union County).(877) 733-CARE,2273(973) 972-1325(973) 926-7444(201) 487-2227(800) 656-HOPE(212) 227-3000 (NYC; sexual assault and incest survivors)(800) 726-4041 (Westchester County, NY)(845) 634-3344 (Rockland County, NY)1(856) 964-7378 and 1(866) 295-7378 (toll free) for Burlington, Camden and Gloucester counties973) 484-4446 (Essex County) 24/7(201) 487-8484 (Bergen County) 24/7(800) 572-SAFE, 7233 (NJ,state wide) 24/7(800) 621-HOPE, 4673 (NYC) 24/7(800) 942-6906 (NY, outside NYC) 24/7(800) 942-6908 (NY, Spanish speaking assistance) (7am-11pm daily)(800) 799-7233 (USA, national)1(856) 964-7378 and 1(866) 295-7378 (toll free) for Burlington, Camden and Gloucester counties Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network's free and confidential hotline operates 24/7. You can learn about the different types of tests and type in your ZIP code to find a testing center near you.
The hotline has answered more than one million calls from sexual assault victims as well as their families, partners and friends. You will get the 4-1-1 on National HIV Testing Day This resource is for young people who are being abused or know someone who is.
If a child is in immediate danger, call the police at 911.201) 433-6161: Jersey City Medical Center; crisis hotline and in-person screening.(201) 915-2210, mobile screening ; Jersey City Medical Center.(201) 795-5505; St Mary's Hospital Community Mental Health Center; crisis hotline and in-person screening.(201) 915-2210: mobile screening; Jersery City Medical Center.(201) 433-6161 crisis hotline, in-person screening; Jersey City Medical Center.(201) 795-8375 (listen to menu for crisis department); Christ Hospital; phone and in-person crisis services.
Contact Mercer County; 24 hour suicide hotline(609)896-2120,(609) 585-2244teen hotline: (609) 896-4434(609) 396-6834: (Trenton) Helene Fuld Crisis Center24 hr telephone crisis counseling for mercer county; also walkin-in psychiatric screening/crisis counseling in psychiatric emergency room in Trenton.(609) 497-3300: Princeton Hospital: walk-in psychiatric substance abuse screening in emergency room(732) 222-3030: Monmouth Medical Center - Mobile Screening.(732) 923-6999: Monmouth Medical Center - Crisis Hotline.(732) 776-2325: Jersey Shore Medical Center (Neptune) telephone and in-person crisis services(973) 926-7416, 7444: Beth Israel Hotline - Psychiatric Emergency.
In any other kind of crisis, call the Child Behavioral Health Services of Value Options at (877) 652-7624.
You will be connected to a licensed clinician who will help you decide what to do.Go to search their resource database on your own and read informative pages about addressing basic living needs; preparing for emergencies and responding to life's challenges.The site has instant messaging capabilities as well.If your child or adolescent is talking about suicide or threatening to harm others, call the Psychiatric Screening Center of Capital Health System, Fuld Campus, (609) 396-6722 or (609) 394-6086. If a family waits until a child or teen becomes aggressive, the chances increase that the police may need to be involved.Staff members can offer advice on how to bring a child to the hospital for an evaluation. To report suspected child abuse, call (877) NJ ABUSE, 24 hours a day/ 7 days a week, toll-free.Explaining grief words to children When a Child is Dying (guidelines)When a Parent Dies What's New Books Change Lives Helpful Products Ask Lisa Books for Children Lisa's Favorite Books Books for Adults Additional Resources Spiritual Assessment The Mayonnaise Jar Grief Speaks 4 Teens Grief Speaks 4 Teens Cards Newsletter Articles2-1-1 Connects People-in-Need with the Programs and Services in their Community that Can Help If you need help finding health and human service resources in New Jersey dial 2-1-1 or 877-652-1148.