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Resource Guide


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Emergency Services

South Jersey Coping Clinic is not a crisis center and therefore is not available for assistance 24/7. The below resources are available to you when in need. In the event of an emergency please Call 911

988- Suicide Prevention Hotline

The 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline is a 24/7 national network of more than 200 crisis centers that helps thousands of people overcome crisis situations every day. By calling or texting 988, you’ll connect with mental health professionals with the 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline, formerly known as the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. Veterans can press “1” after dialing 988 to connect directly to the Veterans Crisis Lifeline which serves our nation’s Veterans, service members, National Guard and Reserve members, and those who support them.

SKIP- 609-513-7795

Burlington County Mobile Response unit that will come to you.

Contact of Burlington County Crisis Helpline: (856) 234-8888

Free crisis services available 24/7 to any Burlington County Resident. Provide non-judgmental, confidential support and emergency intervention if necessary.

Information and Referral 2-1-1: (856) 234-8888

Contact provides 24-hour referral assistance through 2-1-1 to those seeking resources. They provide frontline response for after-hours emergency shelter and Code Blue in winter weather emergencies.

Providence House/Domestic Violence-(609) or (877) 871-7551 24-hour Domestic Violence Hotline 856) 824-0599 (Office)

Assists victims of domestic violence who have become homeless due to an abusive relationship. Housing search, employment, budgeting and child care skills offered for up to 6 months. Comprehensive domestic violence services including: 24 hour hotline; crisis and options counseling; emergency housing; individual and group therapy for survivors and abusers; group therapy for children living in violent homes; information and referral; advocacy; community education and training; court accompaniment.

Inpatient Services

Oaks Integrated Care 1-800-963-3377

Princeton House 1-800-242-2550

Carrier Clinic 800-933-3579

Bridgeton Hospital 455-5555

Hampton Behavioral Health Center 609-267-7000

Kennedy Health System 488-6789

Substance Abuse Treatment

SODAT 888-792-4383

Alcoholics Anonymous 1-866-920-1212 or 486-4444

SAMHSA National Helpline-1-800-662-4357

Confidential free help, from public health agencies, to find substance use treatment and information.

Seabrook House (inpatient) 1-800-582-5968

Lighthouse at Mays Landing 609-625-4900

Maryville (ages 18+) 629-0244

Princeton House (Intensive Outpatient) 888-437-1610

Support Groups

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)– 1-800-950-NAMI (6264), text “HelpLine” to 62640

Depressive/Manic Depressive Support Group of South Jersey-856- 227-5678

Family Support Organization of Camden County-856- 662-2600

Intensive Family Support Services (IFSS) 856-482-8747

Self-Help Clearing House 1-800-367-6274

Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN)– 800.656.HOPE (4673)