Psychiatric Emergency Services for Adults and Children
The Emergency Services Listed Below are Located in Their Respective Emergency Rooms and are Available Twenty-Four (24) Hours, Seven (7) Days per Week. Services Include Walk-In Evaluations, Telephone Emergency Services (i.e. Referral and Crisis Evaluation) as well as On Site Stabilization and Referral Services.
- CarePoint Hoboken University Medical Center: 308 Willow Avenue Hoboken, NJ 07030 (201) 418-1900 (201) 418-2090
- Hackensack UMC Palisades: 7600 River Road North Bergen, NJ 07047 (201) 854-5038
- CarePoint Christ Hospital- Psychiatry & Behavioral Health: 176 Palisades Avenue Jersey City, NJ 07306 (201) 795-8374
- CarePoint Bayonne Medical Center: 29 East 29th Street Bayonne, NJ 07002 (201) 858-5258
Designated Screening Center with Mobile Capacity
The Designated Screening Center has Mobile Crisis Screening Capacity, as well as a Twenty-Four (24) Hour Hotline.
- Jersey City Medical Center RWJBarnabas Health: 355 Grand Street Jersey City, NJ 07302 (201) 915-2210 Crisis line (201) 915-2210
- Psychiatric ER Services:
- County Wide Emergency Hotline
- Mobile Crisis Unit
- Children’s Screener
- Disaster Services
- Family Support Counselor
- Jail Diversion
- Peer Support Counselors
- Superior Court Coalition
New Jersey Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services
The Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS) serves as the Single State Agency (SSA) for Substance Abuse and the State Mental Health Authority (SMHA) as designated by the U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). The Division oversees New Jersey’s adult system of community-based behavioral health services. These agencies provide a full array of services, including substance abuse prevention and early intervention, emergency screening, outpatient and intensive outpatient mental health and addictions services, partial care and partial hospitalization, case management, medication-assisted treatment for substance abuse, and long and short term mental health and substance abuse residential services, in addition to other evidence-based practices such as the Program for Assertive Community Treatment (PACT), supported employment and education, and supportive housing.