Opportunities for Hope and Change
Oaks Integrated Care offers caring, compassionate programs for adults living with mental illness, addiction and/or developmental disability. Our programs throughout New Jersey give individuals the opportunity to make healthy choices, stabilize symptoms of illness and eventually reach his or her full potential.
Outpatient counseling services, day programs, residential programs and more are designed to reduce isolation, increase connections to community services and improve quality of life. By focusing on integrated care, it becomes possible to treat the whole person to achieve both mental and physical wellness.
Contact us today! Using Trauma Informed Care, we embrace each person’s diverse story including life experiences, history and culture. We will help you see beyond the immediate barriers of conflict, struggle and worry and welcome opportunities for hope and change.
Oaks provides a full spectrum of individualized services for adults with developmental disabilities in our community. Residential and day treatment programs help adults reach greater levels of wellness and independence in an encouraging, supportive environment.
Addiction services including Enhanced Care Management, ambulatory detoxification, co-occuring outpatient counseling, partial care services and the Opioid Overdose Recover Program (OORP) promote recovery and wellness in a comforting environment to restore quality of life.
Adults living with a mental illness face an increased risk of having chronic medical conditions such as diabetes and cardiovascular disease. By focusing on integrated care, we can treat the whole person to achieve both mental and phsyical wellness. Programs including the Certified Behavioral Community Health Clinic (The Clinic) and Behavioral Health Home in Mercer County help adults learn to manage their own health and reach personalized wellness goals.
Through community support services, adults learn to manage their mental illness to live the most fulfilling life possible. Programs such as case managment, jail diversion, supportive housing and more are designed to reduce isolation, increase community connections and improve quality of life.
From young adults in transition, to seniors in need of specialized care, partial care provides individuals living with a mental illness and/or addiction with the support needed to prevent psychiatric hospitalization and improve functioning in the community.