Mental Health Association of Monmouth County
Established in 1950, the Mental Health Association of Monmouth County is an affiliate of the national nonprofit Mental Health America. Our professional staff has been at the forefront of creating a meaningful system of mental health care that strategically focuses on eliminating social barriers and mental health discrimination. With over 15 free programs and services, we create healthy communities for the future.
To promote mental health as a critical component of overall wellness, including prevention services for all, early identification and intervention for those at risk, integrated care and treatment for those who need it, with recovery as the goal.
Our mission is accomplished through our strength-based programs, education, advocacy, community partnerships, and the shaping of public policy.
To build a just, humane, and healthy society in which people are accorded dignity and the opportunity to achieve their full potential free from stigma, prejudice, and other barriers to care and recovery.
- Encourage growth and independence through housing and financial stability.
- Expand social services, community outreach, and education.
- Improve the function and quality of life for individuals and families.
- Provide healthy opportunities for youth at risk.
Community Support Services
Community Support Services helps adults (18+) diagnosed with a mental health condition successfully integrate into the community with a focus on achieving and sustaining independence for personal fulfillment. Our team works with each consumer to develop an individualized rehabilitation plan.
Family Crisis Intervention Unit
A youth diversionary program that stabilizes youth (10-17) in crisis and encourages positive development through connections to community resources, interpersonal relationships, and academic success. Our team works with families on a 24-hour basis to intervene, assess, counsel, and refer prior to the youth's involvement with the Monmouth County judicial system.
Projects for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness (PATH)
Remediates homeless (or imminent risk) for adults (18+) with a serious mental health condition and provides linkages to develop stability. Individuals referred to PATH cannot currently be receiving other case management services.
Intensive Family Support Services
Consultation for families and friends of adults with a mental health condition, providing one-on-one support, education, resources, and topic-based support groups.
Navigate Wellness Counseling
Traditional outpatient therapy for children, youth, and adults in a secure, confidential setting. Our team of professional counselors uses trauma-informed care and evidence-based treatment methods to address a broad range of client concerns.
Medicaid, Medicare, out-of-network (OON) insurance options, as well as cash, checks, and all major credit cards are accepted.
Lifelines: A Suicide Prevention Program
An evidence-based suicide prevention program that builds competent communities and educates New Jersey schools on assessing youth and adult suicide risk.
Mental Health First Aid:
An eight-hour training program designed to identify the risk factors associated with mental health and substance use concerns. Participants develop pre- and crisis intervention strategies.
Substance Use Referral & Education (SURE)
Provides referral and linkages to assessments, treatment, and other applicable community resources for youth and families navigating underage substance use challenges.
Financial Success Center
Bilingual financial services addressing budget and money management for low-to-medium income residents. The program builds financial capability by providing bundled services that focus on education, employment, affordable housing, and income supports.
Prioritizes and assists homeless individuals (18+) and families in obtaining permanent housing, serving as a point-of-exit from homelessness. Clients are referred by the Central Intake Agency, homeless shelters, or the Mental Health Association of Monmouth County's PATH program.
Red Bank Resource Network
A bilingual community walk-in center that provides comprehensive health, housing, food, social, and financial resources to individuals and families. The program's free services focus on skills development to improve overall wellness.
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Basic Needs / Assistance
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Family & Support Services
Behavioral / Mental Health
Crisis / Safety
Intellectual and Developmental Needs
Last Updated: 04/17/22