Sussex County Mental Health Resources - Agency Videos
The agencies listed have provided a series of short videos describing the services they offer.
Mental Health Resources in Sussex County (View All Videos)
Atlantic Health System
Psychiatric Emergency Services at Newton Medical Center Video(:44) - 973-383-0973
Provides 24/7 crisis intervention, mobile outreach, psychiatric services, counseling referrals and, when appropriate, hospitalization for children and adults.
Children's Mobile Response and Stabilization Services and Family Crisis Intervention Unit Video (1:11) - 973-940-0105
Family Intervention Services (FIS), a Division of Center for Family Services, operates the Children's Mobile Response and Stabilization Services and Family Crisis Intervention Unit. These programs provide immediate in person or telehealth response to a crisis and connect families to counseling and other community resources.
Family Intervention Services Video (1:35) - 973-324-7879, 973-940-0105
Family Intervention Services (FIS), a Division of Center for Family Services (CFS), offers in-home/in community and telehealth services to youth with mental/behavioral health needs and their families through the Promoting Success program, Outpatient services and DCP&P Contracted Services.
Bridgeway Rehabilitation Services Video(4:03) – 973-383-8670
The Community Support Team provides wellness and recovery services including Partial Care, Supported Employment, Supportive Housing, Integrated Case Management and Homeless Outreach to persons with serious psychiatric illnesses. Coordinated services provide linkage, referral, skill building, illness management, support and advocacy.
Center for Evaluation and Counseling Video (1:29) - 973-512-3700
The Center for Evaluation and Counseling, Inc. (CEC) is currently providing psychotherapy, mental health and substance abuse assessments, mental health screening assessments prior to bariatric and cosmetic surgeries, and visitation services. All services are being offered either in-office or virtually.
Center for Prevention and Counseling Video(3:33) – 973-383-4787
Offers a range of services for those with substance abuse and co-occurring disorders as well as family members. Individual and group treatment based on client needs. Programs include early intervention, outpatient, and intensive outpatient for adolescents and adults.
Newton Medical Center Outpatient Mental Health Services Video(1:00) – 888-247-1400
Offers intensive outpatient services for adults with co-occurring psychiatric and substance use disorders.
Family Support Services
Intensive Family Support Services Video(1:43) – 973-579-4399 ext. 606
Offers supportive activities to improve the quality of life for families with a relative with mental illness. Provides the knowledge, skills, and supports useful to a family's overall functioning and sense of control. Services are free of charge.
Project Self Sufficiency Video(4:26) – 973-940-3500
Behavioral health, career counseling, crisis intervention, divorce dissolution, employment services, grief/loss group therapy, parenting issues, relationship issues, stress management , tutoring, volunteer program to women, men, families and single parents.
Supportive Housing and Case Management
Easter Seals Video(1:16) - 908-689-6600
Supportive Housing Case Management Program
Provides services to adults 18 years of age or older who have a primary psychiatric disability and/or developmental disability with a history of hospitalization and/or outpatient treatment. In-home case management offers support in the community and promotes independent living.
Advance Housing Video(2:25) – 973-940-8882
Provides adult mental health consumers with a choice of independent, permanent, affordable and safe housing. Support services are available and flexible to allow consumers optimal community integration.
Suicide Prevention Services Video (1:31) - 973-334-3496, ext.518
Suicide Prevention Services' (SPS) goal is to spread awareness on suicide prevention by offering educational presentations designed for schools, communities, and specialized groups such as law enforcement, first responders, and college professionals.
Wellness Respite Services Video(2:53) – 862-239-9896
This program provides intensive, short term support for individuals in a community setting and empowers them to establish healthy habits and routines while enhancing coping skills and connecting them to services and support in their home community. https://youtu.be/XOLw0ei6IbI