Treatment Programs

Based on our main campus in Princeton, our inpatient programs serve adults with mental health issues, substance abuse problems, or both. This site also has a separate wing for young adults who are chemically dependant or have certain co-occurring emotional health and addiction problems. Our inpatient program features board certified psychiatrists and physicians, registered nurses providing 24-hour nursing care, and master’s level social workers, therapists, and addiction counselors.

Our outpatient programs include partial hospital (six hours per day, five days per week) and intensive outpatient (three hours per day, three days per week) services for children, adolescents, young adults, adults, and older adults, along with specialized programs for women and men. Care is provided by board certified psychiatrists and master’s level social workers, therapists, and addiction counselors. Outpatient locations are based in Princeton (sites for adults and women), Hamilton, Moorestown, North Brunswick, and Eatontown.

Both inpatient and outpatient programs are designed to meet unique developmental, diagnostic, and gender-related needs. Treatment programs feature a comprehensive evaluation, personalized treatment planning, evidence-based treatment, group and individual therapy, expressive therapies like art and yoga, and psychoeducation groups, with an emphasis on family involvement and support.