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Behavioral Health Services

Residential Group Living Services

Mount Carmel Guild Behavioral Healthcare

Six residential programs (3 in Jersey City and 3 in Union City) serve severely and persistently mentally ill consumers and those with co-occurring disorders, who have been recently discharged from state or county psychiatric hospitals. The six sites are divided into levels A+, and level B, depending on the amount of supervision and intensity of services the program provides, with level A+ being the most intensive.
Location: Union City and Jersey City • Phone: (201) 451-2217

Integrated Case Management Services (ICMS)

Mount Carmel Guild Behavioral Healthcare

ICMS functions in the belief that adults with serious and persistent mental illness can better manage their illness,
increase their functioning and improve their sense of mastery and well being with appropriate information and
support. ICMS provides case management services designed to engage and support consumers while striving to help
them integrate into the community. Case Managers work with consumers to facilitate access to and utilization of
needed resources and supports. ICMS Services include outreach, assessment, linkage to community resources, crisis
intervention, substance abuse education and intervention, psycho-education, and advocacy.
Services are available on a 24 hour, 7 days per week basis through an on call system. We can be reached at the phone
numbers provided below.

Locations:
47 Miller Street Newark, NJ 07114 • Phone: Daytime: (973) 522-2100 Evening: (973) 722-7889
505 South Avenue East, Cranford, NJ 07016 • Phone: (908) 497-3923 or (908) 497-3927

Medication Monitoring – Outpatient Mental Health

Mount Carmel Guild Behavioral Healthcare

The programs provide medication and casework management of adults who no longer require a more intensive level of care. Programs utilize various treatment formats including individual and group treatment models. The primary focus of the Medication Monitoring Programs is to provide stabilized clients with medication, support, and psycho-education.
Locations:
47 Miller Street Newark, NJ 07114 • Phone: (973) 596-4190
285 Magnolia Avenue Jersey City, NJ 07016 • Phone: (201) 395-4800 or (800) 227-7705
2201 Bergenline Avenue Union City, NJ 07087 • Phone: (201) 558-3700 or (800) 227-7705
108 Alden Street Cranford, NJ 07016 • Phone: (908) 497-3925 or (800) 227-7705

Outpatient Mental Health Programs

Mount Carmel Guild Behavioral Healthcare

Provide a wide range of professional mental health assessment and treatment services to children, adolescents and adults, as well as consultation/education to community agencies. Using a professional team approach, emphasis is placed on individualized assessment, goal-oriented treatment planning, periodic case review and continuity of care for clients.
Locations:
47 Miller Street Newark, NJ 07114 • Phone: (973) 596-4190
285 Magnolia Avenue Jersey City, NJ 07016 • Phone: (201) 395-4800 or (800) 227-7705
2201 Bergenline Avenue Union City, NJ 07087 • Phone: (201) 558-3700 or (800) 227-7705
108 Alden Street Cranford, NJ 07016 • Phone: (908) 497-3925 or (800) 227-7705

Partial Care

Mount Carmel Guild Behavioral Healthcare

This program provides comprehensive, individualized day treatment services to adults with serious and persistent mental illness and substance abuse/dependence. This program provides a structured and supportive environment for clients who require monitoring of their daily living, symptoms, and medication. This program enables clients to achieve their maximum level of functioning within the community while minimizing or preventing psychiatric hospitalizations. Services include pre-vocational activities, medication monitoring, case management, graduate groups, and aftercare.
Locations:
47 Miller Street Newark, NJ 07114 • Phone: (973) 596-4190
285 Magnolia Avenue Jersey City, NJ 07016 • Phone: (201) 395-4800 or (800) 227-7705
2201 Bergenline Avenue Union City, NJ 07087 • Phone: (201) 558-3700 or (800) 227-7705
108 Alden Street Cranford, NJ 07016 • Phone: (908) 497-3925 or (800) 227-7705

Psychological Services

Mount Carmel Guild Behavioral Health System

This program provides psychological assessment and appropriate psychotherapy to clients from age three to adulthood. In addition, we provide specialized services to young children and to adolescents. Children and their families can receive individual psychological assessment, individual psychiatric assessment, individual psychotherapy, family therapy, play therapy, group therapy, and parenting skills counseling.
Location: 47 Miller Street Newark, NJ 07114 • Phone: (973) 596-4190 or (973) 596-3925

Transportation Solutions

Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Newark provides diverse transportation services to meet a variety of industry needs. We operate a fleet of school buses, 15-passenger vans, and minivans appropriate for transporting children, adults, or senior citizens.

Our drivers are certified professionals who participate in regular training sessions. They also undergo thorough drug screening and criminal background checks prior to their hire. An affiliation with The Archdiocese of Newark, allows a translation of overhead savings into highly competitive rates for our clients. Services area includes Hudson, Bergen, Essex, and Union counties, including the greater New York metropolitan area.

At this time, transportation is limited to clients of Catholic Charities.

Non-Discrimination Policy

Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Newark (CCAN) is committed to ensuring that no person is excluded from, or denied the benefits of our services on the basis of race, color, or national origin as protected by Title VI of the Civil ights Act of 1964, as amended. Any person who believes that they have, individually, or as a member of any specific class of person, been subjected to discrimination on the basis of race, color, or national origin, may file a complaint in writing to CCAN. To file a complaint, or for more information on CCAN obligations under the Title VI write to 590 N. 7th St., Newark, NJ 07107 or visit www.ccannj.com. Transportation services provided by the Agency are in part funded through federal funds received through NJ Transit and all individuals have the right to file a complaint under Title VI directly with the Federal Transit Administration at FTA Office of Civil Rights, 1200 New Jersey Avenue SE, Washington, DC 20590. A complaint must be filed within 180 days of the alleged discrimination.

Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Newark 590 North 7th Street Newark, NJ 07107

1-800-227-7413
590 North 7th Street · Newark, NJ 07107