Adult Support Services
Live the most fulfilling life possible.
Through outreach services, we can help you or your loved one learn to manage mental illness and live the most fulfilling life possible. Programs are designed to reduce isolation, increase connections to community services and improve quality of life.
Intensive case management serves adults living with severe and persistent mental illness. Goals include reducing the frequency and length of hospitalization, increasing connections to community services and improving quality of life. Doors are open to adults receiving mental health services in Burlington and Camden Counties.
Our supportive housing provides adults living with severe and persistent mental illness the opportunity to acquire daily living, educational and vocational skills in order to live independently and prevent future homelessness.
The PATH program places individuals with a serious mental illness who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless in appropriate housing and links them to formal mental health treatment and systems to improve mental health functioning.
Family Support Services
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Intensive Family Support Services (IFSS) assists families actively caring for or supporting an adult family member with a serious and persistent mental illness. To learn more about Oaks Integrated Care’ IFSS program, click here.
Jail Diversion and Correctional Case Management
Our team works closely with Burlington, Camden and Mercer County law enforcement to divert nonviolent mental health consumers from the jail system to appropriate mental health services in the community.
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The R.I.T.E. (Realizing Independence Through Empowerment) Center offers peer support, socialization and community resources for anyone dealing with mental health and/or addiction issues. To learn more about Oaks Integrated Care’ R.I.T.E. Center, click here.
Senior Well-Being Program
The Senior Well-Being Program offers a series of interactive workshops, presentations and supports groups to adults ages 60 and older and caregivers on a variety of topics related to mental health and wellness. The program also provides short-term assessment, consultation and referrals for older adults or caregivers who may need to access mental health or other resources.
Residential Intensive Support Team
RIST assists adults hospitalized at Trenton Psychiatric Hospital who need intensive support to reside independently. Services include identifying apartments, ongoing support to community relationships, linkage to services and other supports to help consumers maintain housing.