Resources

Mindfulness can help you navigate the COVID-19 Pandemic

Check out 
mindful.org and use the links below for helpful tips

Taking Care of Your Mental Health

Grounding Exercises

Managing Stress & Anxiety

Managing Isolation during Quarantine

Mental Health First Aid - #BeTheDifference
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Center for Disease Control & Prevention 
https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

Factsheethttps://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/downloads/2019-ncov-factsheet.pdf

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CarePlus NJ Provides a variety of children and family services including individual counseling, support groups, mobile response system. 

For more information:  www.careplusnj.org
For Support Services and Groups:  http://www.careplusnj.org/children-families-support-groups-services/


HIGH FOCUS CENTERS Outpatient substance abuse and psychiatric treatment programs
For more information:  www.highfocuscenters.com
Intake:  800-877-3628

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Hotlines:
NJ Hopeline:  1-855-654-6735Confidential telephone counseling and support 24/7

262-HELP: 201-262-4357 - When you or a loved on is experiencing a mental health crisis

2nd Floor:  888-222-2228www.2ndfloor.org - designed to help youth ages 10 -24 find solutions to problems they are facing at school or at home.

Alternatives to Domestic Violence:  201-336-7575 - Crisis intervention and counseling services

9 Line:  1-800-999-9999 - Crisis care for homeless and at risk youth (ages 17-21)

Rape Crisis:  201-487-2227
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Bergen County Department of Human Services 
http://www.co.bergen.nj.us/index.aspx?NID=562
If your family is in conflict or has other mental health needs, ask about:

  • Juvenile Family Crisis Intervention Unit (JFCIU): a 24/7 program which manages conflicts between adolescents and parents, and addresses situations involving endangered juveniles, runaways, and truants. Call 201-336-7360.
  • Adolescent and Family Treatment (AFT): an outpatient therapy program which offers consultation, counseling, and therapy services to youths and families without insurance or access to services
  • Children's After-School Treatment Services (CATS): an activity-based, therapeutic after-school program designed to help improve the social skills of elementary and middle school-aged children          
  • Multi-Systemic Therapy (MST): a federal "blueprint" program that addresses the needs of juveniles with severe behavioral problems by providing intensive in-home family therapy
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