Support Resources-FREE HELP



AtlantiCare Medical Center

Psychiatric Intervention Program
24 hours / 7 Day a Week / 365 Days a Year
(609) 344-1118
Pick up the phone and
call 211 when you need help.
dial 2 - 1 -  1
24 hours a day, seven days a week if you need help in understanding and finding available assistance services. Language translation and TTY services are offered to any caller.
You can also search the database of services in your local community or Chat Live with an experienced community resource specialist. 2-1-1 will help identify with you the best local resources to fit your individual needs during times of financial distress or for life’s everyday situations.
NJ211 has a website loaded with information.


At times it can be difficult and overwhelming to locate the right resources when help is needed. This site contains a list of resources and groups that will answer questions and give support or treatment.
Below is a list of organizations you can contact when in need of information, treatment and support. 
If you are having an emergency, 
call 911 
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New Jersey's 24/7
Peer Support & 

Suicide Prevention Hotline

Free Call

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Adult Intervention Services (AIS)
from AtlantiCare Behavioral Health
An alternative to ER/PIP services
Available 24 Hours/7 Days
  • Monday-Saturday, 10:00 am – 6:00pm
  • Short-term behavioral health services to individuals who are undergoing significant emotional or psychiatric distress in need of urgent intervention
  • Psychiatric evaluations on 1st come 1st serve basis
  • Medication Management [may not be seen by Dr. on initial visit]
  • Counseling and referral to long-term care
  • Substance Abuse counseling available


NJ Addiction Services 

Free Hotline

Click HERE for More Information on their website. 


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Drug Addiction Help

Free Call Anytime


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from MHANJ 
NJ's Dedicated Call Line 
The Mental Health Association in New Jersey (MHANJ) is launching
NJ Connect for Recovery
for individuals and families coping with addiction to heroin and prescription painkillers.  through a unique combination of supportive counseling services.
(TTY: 877-294-4356).
Access to a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor.
For a family member or friend access to a Peer Specialist who understands the unique and complex effect of addiction on personal relationships.
visit our website,,
(Since December 15, 2014)



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National Alliance On Mental Illness (NAMI) - If you or someone you know is struggling, you are not alone. There are many supports, services and treatment options that may help. A change in behavior or mood may be the early warning signs of a mental health condition and should never be ignored. There are many different types of mental illness, and it isn’t easy to simplify the range of challenges people face.

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Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) - The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is the agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services that leads public health efforts to advance the behavioral health of the nation. SAMHSA's mission is to reduce the impact of substance abuse and mental illness on America's communities.

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The Balanced Mind Parent Network - Family resources for our kids with mood disorders. The Balanced Mind Parent Network (BMPN), a program of the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA), guides families raising children with mood disorders to the answers, support and stability they seek.

 About DBSA - The Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA) is the leading peer-directed national organization focusing on the two most prevalent mental health conditions, depression and bipolar disorder. Our peer-based, wellness-oriented, and empowering services and resources are available when people need them, where they need them, and how they need to receive them—online 24/7, in local support groups, in audio and video casts, or in printed materials distributed by DBSA, our chapters, and mental health care facilities across America.

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National Federation of Families For Children’s Mental Health: Children and youth with emotional, behavioral and mental health challenges and their families obtain needed support and services through a family and youth driven approach.

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Active Minds: Changing the conversation about mental health. 

Active Minds was founded by Alison Malmon, a junior at the University of Pennsylvania, following the suicide of her older brother, Brian. Brian, also a college student, had been experiencing depression and psychosis for three years but had concealed his symptoms from everyone around him. Recognizing that few college students were talking about mental health issues though many were affected, Alison was motivated to change that culture on her campus, combat the stigma of mental illness, encourage students who needed help to seek it early, and prevent future tragedies. After searching unsuccessfully for existing groups that she could simply bring to her campus, Alison created her own model and formed what was then known as Open Minds.
Active Minds has become the voice of young adult mental health advocacy nationwide. With more than 400 campus chapters, hundreds of thousands of young adults all across the country are benefiting from the Active Minds model.

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Immigration Services - The Immigration Program of the Camden Center for Law and Social Justice (CCLSJ) is recognized by the U.S. Board of Immigration Appeals to provide low- cost immigration services for those unable to afford a private attorney.

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Accredited Schools Online: Student Mental Health Resources

Being a student can be stressful enough, but trying to juggle schoolwork and other responsibilities while experiencing mental illness can make it that much harder. But students can work through many challenges and still perform well in school. This comprehensive guide discusses and details a number of mental health issues, including information on how they impact academic performance and where to find help.
The American College Health Association (ACHA) reports that any number of factors — chronic pain, allergies, gaming, excessive Internet use, relationship problems, gambling — can affect academic performance. However, psychiatrically or medically diagnosed challenges such as stress, anxiety and depression generally have a greater impact, and may require more a thoughtful approach to guidance or treatment. These conditions may hinder students from excelling on tests, completing assignments or even making it to class. In extreme cases, students may even drop out of school.