Mental Health Resources
This information consists of links and resources that you may find helpful.* Should a link be inaccurate and/or not work, please contact me. If you require any additional resources, I can furnish such upon request.Special Education & other School-related Resources:Find a Therapist:
The following online links will provide names of individuals that provide mental health services. The information that you may receive from these links is meant to provide you with additional resources;Mrs. Mohr and the Berkeley Heights Public Schools do not recommend any specific individual obtained via these resources.*A note on mental health services and insurance: Typically, family insurance will have in-network coverage and possibly out-of-network coverage. In-network coverage is with providers from the insurance company. Out-of-network coverage means that you can see any provider of your choice, but may be paying more out of pocket. If you have questions, call the telephone number on the back of your insurance card to get more information.
Resources:Mom 2 Mom Peer Support Helpline (817-914-6662) - peer support group for mothers of special needs children and adultsNational Suicide Prevention Hotline (800-273-8255) - Call-in support. If you are ever concerned about the safety of a loved one, please call 911 for immediate assistance.NJ Children's System of Care: Perform Care (877-862-7624) - various supports for families in crisis.New Jersey Education Association Hotline for School Staff Members & Families (AID NJEA): 866-243-6532 - Call-in support for NJEA members and their families. If you are ever concerned about the safety of a loved one, please call 911 for immediate assistance.NJ Suicide Prevention Hopeline - 855-NJ-HOPELINE (654-6735) - Call-in support. If you are ever concerned about the safety of a loved one, please call 911 for immediate assistance.Rainbows - online resources for bereavement and loss.Second Floor Youth Helpline (888-222-2228) - Call-in support for youth and teens. If you are ever concerned about the safety of a loved one, please call 911 for immediate assistance.Self Help Groups: NJ Self-Help Group Clearinghouse (800) 367-6274 - This resource maintains database of over 4500 self-help groups statewide, toll free numbers, county help lines and crisis information.Traumatic Loss Coalition (TLC) Resources - resources for loss.Union County Psychiatric Screening Centers: SOURCE: State of New Jersey Department of Human Services - Division of Mental Health Services -Crisis Screening Centers via: https://www.
psychologynj.org/home/ resources/useful-links? showall=&start=3Union County Primary Screening Center: Trinitas Regional Medical Center, 655 East Jersey Street, Elizabeth, NJ 07201
Overlook Hospital, 99 Beavior at Silvan Road, Summit, NJ 07901
Rahway Hospital, 865 Stone Street, Rahway, NJ 07065
HOTLINE: 732-381-4949 or 732-499-6165
*Resource Page Disclaimer: GL CST and the Berkeley Heights Public Schools are not responsible for any site content accessed via external links. These external links do not necessarily express the views, beliefs or philosophies of GL CST and/or the members of the Berkeley Heights School District.