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Outpatient Services Children's Outpatient  Homeless Services  Adult Partial Care Services Residential Services

Outpatient Services Program (Español)
The Outpatient Program offers behavioral health services to assist individuals in identifying and stabilizing their symptoms to enable them to live fulfilling independent lives in the community. Individualized treatment plans are developed with consumers full participation, empowering them to choose goals based on their preferences, strengths, interests and abilities.  Treatment services are provided with cultural sensitivity and are rooted in the belief that change and recovery are possible.

Services include:

  • Clinical assessments to determine what services are needed
  • Referrals and linkages to additional services that an individual might require
  • Psychiatric evaluations
  • Psycho-education to provide information about mental illness and symptoms and to teach coping skills and symptom management
  • Individual, family and group therapy
  • Therapy for children and adolescents
  • Medication monitoring
  • Medication education
  • Intensive outpatient services (IOP) for individuals referred from Crisis Centers, Emergency Rooms, Community Hospitals or who are at risk of becoming hospitalized
  • Therapy and medication Services for Spanish Speaking individuals

Outpatient Program Locations and Hours:

400 Market Street
Camden, New Jersey 08102
8:30 AM to 5:00 PM on Monday, Tuesday, and Friday
8:30 AM to 7:00 PM on Wednesday and Thursday

53 Haddonfield Ave, Suite 316 (Colwick Business Center)
Cherry Hill, New Jersey 08002
9:00 AM to 5:00 PM on Monday, Tuesday, and Friday
9:00 AM to 7:00 PM on Wednesday and Thursday

To inquire about Outpatient Services or schedule an initial appointment, please call
856-361-2700, or our toll free number 1-800-220-8081 during hours of operation.

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Children’s Outpatient Services Program

South Jersey Behavioral Health Resources provides individual and family-based therapy services to children and adolescents ages 5-17 who suffer from a wide variety of emotional and behavioral issues that are affecting them at home and/or in school. Services begin with a clinical intake to begin the therapeutic process, followed by a range or services: individual, family, and group therapy. Goals are developed collaboratively with child and adolescent clients, empowering them to choose goals based on their specific needs, strengths and abilities.

Services include:

  • Medication monitoring
  • Advocacy services
  • Group and Individual programs
  • Service planning
  • Therapeutic Services (Psycho-educational groups, Recovery Management, etc.)
  • Psychiatric Services
  • Individual, Family and group Therapy
  • Clinical assessments
  • Referrals and linkages to additional services that an individual might require

Children’s Outpatient Locations and Hours:

400 Market Street
Camden, New Jersey 08102
8:30 AM to 5:00 PM on Monday, Tuesday, and Friday
8:30 AM to 7:00 PM on Wednesday and Thursday

53 Haddonfield Ave, Suite 316 (Colwick Business Center)
Cherry Hill, New Jersey 08002
9:00 AM to 5:00 PM on Monday, Tuesday, and Friday
9:00 AM to 7:00 PM on Wednesday and Thursday

To inquire about Children’s Outpatient Services or schedule an initial appointment, please call
856-361-2700, or our toll free number 1-800-220-8081 during hours of operation.

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COSTAR Homeless Program (Español)

 COSTAR (Community Outreach Service for Treatment Advocacy and Rehabilitation) is a PATH program that provides services to homeless adults who also suffer from mental illness. The program has a drop-in center, provides individualized services, and does outreach to homeless individuals wherever there is a need.
The drop-in center is open to all homeless adults with mental illness. The drop-in center provides a refuge from the weather, opportunities to socialize, refreshments and snacks, a washer and dryer for cleaning clothes, and a shower.
If an individual wants to receive mental health services, an enrollment will be completed and staff will work with the consumer to address his/her identified needs.

 

Services include:

  • Outreach Services
  • Case Management
  • Psycho-education
  • Linkage to Psychiatric Services
  • Counseling
  • Assistance in obtaining housing
  • Information, referral and linkages to service providers

Homeless Program Location and Hours:

400 Market Street,
Camden, NJ  08102
Entrance is on 4th Street side of the building
8:30 AM to 4:30 PM on Monday through Friday

To inquire about services, please call 856-602-4630 or 856-361-2700 option 5 during hours of operation.

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Adult Partial Care Program (APC) (Español)

The Adult Partial Care (APC) Program is a therapeutic day treatment program that provides services and skills training to individuals with serious and persistent mental illness, or with co-occurring disorders of mental illness and substance abuse. Service plans are individualized to meet the unique needs of each person and incorporates each person’s goal for improving quality of life. The approach and philosophy of APC is founded on evidence based practice and built on the philosophy of wellness and recovery. 

APC has both a day and an evening program. The evening program provides services and supports geared to individuals who are participating in employment and educational opportunities in the community during the day. The day program focuses on skill building and developing supports that promote community integration and stabilization, and strengthen continued recovery.

APC also has a specialized component for those individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing.

Services include:

  • Medication Education
  • Psycho-education Groups
  • Therapeutic Services
  • Development of a Wellness & Recovery Action Plan (WRAP)
  • Illness Management and Recovery Services
  • Education/Pre-Vocational Support

Adult Partial Care Program Locations and Hours:

212 E. Madison Avenue
Magnolia, NJ 08049
8:30 AM to 4:30 PM Monday through Friday

400 Market Street
Camden, NJ 08102
3:00 PM to 5:30PM on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday

To inquire about APC services, please call 856-361-2720 during hours of operation.

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Residential Services (Español)
The Residential Services Program at South Jersey Behavioral Health Resources, Inc. (SJBHR) is a 24/7 program that provides residential options and supportive services to adults diagnosed with mental illness. Service plans are individualized and developed with the consumer’s full participation, empowering the consumer to choose goals based on their preferences, strengths, interests and abilities. The program provides the supports, services and skills training that consumers need to achieve their goals in a setting that instills hope and respects each person’s dignity and right to self-determination. 

The residential component of the program provides a range of options from supervised to independent living. SJBHR has a specialized residential program for individuals who in addition to having a diagnosis of mental illness are deaf or hard of hearing. SJBHR also has a supported housing program for individuals who have serious physical health problems in addition to a diagnosis of mental illness. Varied housing options, different levels of support, and flexible services enable the program to meet the unique needs of each individual and to support them on their journey to wellness and recovery. 

Services include:

  • Safe Housing facility, furnished and with access to a telephone
  • Trained and Qualified staff
  • Assistance in formulating recovery/service goals and in meeting those goals
  • Group and individual instructional programs
  • Instruction on medication
  • Instruction in adult independent living skills
  • Health care monitoring
  • Case management and advocacy services
  • Assistance with academic and vocational services
  • Opportunities to engage in social and recreational activities
  • Crisis intervention services on a 24 hour/7 day per week basis
  • Transportation services
  • Money management assistance
  • Assistance in developing individual service plans and selecting services
  • Assistance in implementing service plans to best attain treatment goals

Priority is given to referrals from State and County Hospitals and other community referring agencies.

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