262-HELP – a program of CarePlus – is Bergen County’s Designated Psychiatric Emergency Screening Program. The purpose of 262-HELP is to provide emergency mental health services to residents of Bergen County.Call 201-262-HELP (4357) when you or a loved one are experiencing a mental health crisis. There is a fee for all evaluations, however, it is often covered by health insurance. No individual will ever be denied services due to an inability to pay.
The Mission of West Bergen Mental Healthcare is to promote psychological health and personal growth. Through comprehensive treatment and supportive services, we respond to the needs of our clients and the communities we serve.
Our mission is to bring our full selves to our clients, transforming their lives in exchange for a willingness to trust, commit, and reimagine what’s possible. Forge VFR (Veteran and First Responder) is mission-focused on improving the mental health and well-being of active-duty service members, Veterans, First Responders, and their families.
2NDFLOOR is a confidential and anonymous helpline for New Jersey's youth and young adults. If you are between the ages of 10 and 24, live in New Jersey, and need to talk about an issue or problem that you are facing call or text 888-222-2228 anytime
Through our hotline, chat, email, and text services, our goal at the New Jersey Suicide Prevention Hopeline is to lessen the amount of distress you are currently experiencing and work collaboratively with you to develop a resolution to whatever stressors prompted you to contact us. Call 1-855-654-6735 if you need support right now.
Peer Recovery WarmLine (PRW)is a peer-run service providing ongoing telephone support to mental health consumers as they work towards their recovery. All calls are answered by peers who are trained, supportive people with lived experience with mental health disorder. PRW is live Monday through Friday, 8 am to 10 pm, Saturday and Sunday, 5 pm to 10 pm, and holidays, 3 pm to 10 pm. Call 877-292-5588.
AFSP is a voluntary health organization that gives those affected by suicide a nationwide community empowered by research, education and advocacy. It provides education, training and support to students, educators and communities.
SPTS’s mission is to reduce the number of youth suicides and attempted suicides by encouraging public awareness through the development and promotion of educational training programs for students, staff and communities.
The Jason Foundation is dedicated to the prevention of youth suicide through educational and awareness programs that equip young people, educators/youth workers and parents with the tools and resources to help identify and assist at-risk youth.
The Trevor Project is the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer & questioning (LGBTQ) young people under 25.
SAVE was one of the nation’s first organizations dedicated to the prevention of suicide. Our work is based on the foundation and belief that suicide is preventable and everyone has a role to play in preventing suicide. Through raising public awareness, educating communities, and equipping every person with the right tools, we know we can SAVE lives.
TLC offers workshops and trainings for youth serving organizations dealing with mental health, suicide prevention and trauma. These workshops and trainings can be customized. The TLC also provides postvention in the aftermath of a traumatic event.
Erika’s Lighthouse provides educators with tools to create meaningful discussions about depression. Adolescent depression lives in the shadows. EL helps schools create hopeful dialogue so students can talk to each other, their parents, their teachers, and to counselors.
JED provides guidance to high schools across the country on improving mental health and preparing students for the transition to college and adult life. JED supports high schools in doing what they can to protect the emotional well-being of their students.
Active Minds is dedicated to saving lives and building stronger families and communities. Through education, research, advocacy, and a focus on young adults ages 14–25, Active Minds is opening up the conversation about mental health.
Youth MHFA is designed to teach parents, family members, caregivers, teachers, school staff, peers, neighbors, health and human services workers and other caring citizens how to help an adolescent (12-18) who is experiencing a mental health or addictions challenge or is in crisis.
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