Hospital & Community Services

  • Assisted Outpatient Treatment Services

    Assisted Outpatient Treatment Services (AOTS) at CarePlus is a program designed to engage individuals age 18 years or older and living in Bergen County – who have been court ordered to treatment within the community – in a mental health care and wellness program that provides a pathway to recovery. CarePlus AOTS delivers community-based mental […]

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  • Crossroads To Wellness

    Crossroads to Wellness is designed to meet the needs of adults residing in Bergen County with acute mental health issues. The program provides rapid access to comprehensive services in order maintain an individual’s stability in the community and avoid hospitalization. Services are provided on a short-term basis for a period of 2 to 3 months, […]

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  • Housing Works (Shelter Case Management)

    Housing Works Initiative (HWI) works with Bergen County residents, who are currently homeless and maintaining temporary shelter placement at the Bergen County Housing, Health and Human Services Center. Individuals are provided recovery-oriented support services in an effort to achieve and maintain independent community living. Case Management services are provided to prepare shelter guests for transition […]

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  • Intensive Case Management

    Intensive Case Management (ICM) is designed to make supportive services available for Emergency Assistance (EA) recipients, who have been receiving or were recently approved for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and have exhausted their housing assistance through the County Welfare Agency (CWA). ICM provides short-term rental assistance, along with case management services to assist clients in […]

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  • Korean American Outreach Services

    Korean American Outreach Services (KAOS) is a Care Plus NJ program specifically designed to provide linguistic and culturally appropriate services to meet the mental health needs of the fast-growing population of Korean American children, adolescents and adults in Bergen County. Specialized Services Bilingual, bicultural clinical services Outreach and case management Collaboration with diverse community partners […]

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  • Psychiatric Emergency Screening Program

    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. Services 24-hours a day, 365 days a year. Mental Health Screeners that are trained and certified by the New Jersey Division of Mental Health […]

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  • Rapid Re-Housing for Families

    A CarePlus program designed to assist literally homeless families in Bergen County secure permanent housing. A family under the RRHF guidelines consists of a parent 18 years of age or older, with at least one child under the age of 18. It is the RRHF philosophy that when housing and case management opportunities are coupled […]

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  • Rapid Re-Housing for Individuals

    A Care Plus program designed to assist individuals 18 years or older, who are literally homeless in Bergen County, secure permanent housing. The program couples rental assistance and case management services to ensure the individuals are successful in sustaining their housing placement. The rental assistance provided is time limited and calculated based on the individual’s […]

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  • Therapeutic Intervention Services (TIS)

    All individuals deserve the opportunity to receive support and treatment for mental health and substance abuse problems in an environment characterized by mutual respect and dignity within the least restrictive setting appropriate to their needs. Program Goal To provide comprehensive quality mental health and chemical dependency services so that individuals and families may engage in […]

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  • Transition Services (Jail Diversion)

    Spanning Systems for Change The goal of CarePlus Transition Services is to identify consumers and provide mental health interventions that prevent incarceration, or decrease relapse or recidivism. Working in collaboration with consumers, the hospitals, mental health providers and the Bergen County Justice System, Transition Services strives to: Increase the consumer’s ability to manage his or […]

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