Community Resources

Please find below a variety of mental health resources which support our community.

West Bergen Mental Healthcare
Comprehensive mental healthcare agency located in Northern Bergen County with locations in Ridgewood and Ramsey.  Currently offering in-person and telehealth services.  WB 
offers a wide variety of quality programs and services tailored to the special needs of children, families, adults and seniors. Forms of treatment include individual and group counseling as well as medication management. Levels of care include Outpatient (for children and adults) and Partial Care (adults only).
(201) 444-3550

Christian Healthcare
Outpatient Counseling with locations in Wyckoff and Wayne offering comprehensive mental health services to children and adults.
(201) 848-5500

CBH Care
Mental Health Agency offering adolescent counseling, afterschool programs, and adolescent residential services. 
Locations in Hackensack and Lyndhurst
(201) 646-0195

Children's Mobile Response and Crisis Stabilization System
(Through CarePlus)
24-Hour/7 Days a Week Crisis Intervention and Stabilization for Children and Youth in Bergen County
Children’s Mobile responds to the needs of children and families in crisis in Bergen County. It strives to maintain children in safe and stable living arrangements by providing interventions designed to stabilize and improve relationships within the family while also addressing areas of stress.

201-262-HELP – a program of CarePlus –
Bergen County’s Designated Psychiatric Emergency Screening Program.

The purpose of 201-262-HELP is to provide emergency mental health services to residents of Bergen County.

CarePlus NJ : 201-265-8200
This is a non-profit organization that provides comprehensive,
 recovery-focused integrated primary and mental health care and substance abuse rehabilitation services.

Their outpatient services are offered on a voluntary outpatient basis to adults and children at a total of 24 sites, including four outpatient centers (located in Paramus, Fair Lawn, Hasbrouck Heights, and Montclair), ten residential facilities, offices at three local hospitals, and seven community offices, all conveniently located throughout Northern New Jersey.

Family Support Organization of Bergen County
The New Jersey Department of Children and Families, Division of Children’s System of Care serves children and adolescents with emotional and behavioral health care challenges and their families. CSOC is committed
 to providing these services based on the needs of the child and family in a family-centered, community-based environment. 

Perform Care
Perform Care is a full-service behavioral health managed care company. They
 assist families with behavioral health, developmental and intellectual disabilities, and human services. They also have programs to support human services management challenges. Levels of care include outpatient, intensive outpatient and in-home services.

Hours of operation: 24 Hours a Day, Seven Days a Week
Toll-free phone: 1-877-652-7624

Bergen’s Promise 
Bergen's Promise is the designated Care Management Organization (CMO) for Bergen County, New Jersey.

They serve youth ages 5 to 21, with serious behavioral health challenges, substance abuse issues and developmental disabilities.

Youth with chronic co-occurring behavioral and specific medical health issues will also be served through an enhanced medical care coordination component. The goal of this additional support is the joint coordination of wellness promotion with behavioral health care management. 

Division of Family Guidance
Bergen County's Division of Family Guidance provides clinical, residential, educational, correctional, case management, and monitoring services to at-risk children, adolescents, and families, particularly those who are otherwise unable to receive needed services. It is Bergen County's resource for youth and families in need.

Juvenile Family Crisis Intervention Unit (JFCIU): a 24/7 program which manages conflicts between adolescents and parents, and addresses situations involving endangered juveniles, runaways, and truants. Call 201-336-7360.

Child Abuse Hotline 

1-877-NJ ABUSE 

Office of Advocacy 1-877-543- 7864

Helpful Mental Health Websites

Worry Wise Kids

Resources for children and families contending with OCD and anxiety


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