Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, Oaks Integrated Care provides emergency evaluation and intervention services through a variety of crisis stabilization services and Early Intervention Support Services (EISS). These services are often the first step in the consumer’s journey, as staff evaluate psychiatric symptoms and refer consumers to additional services.
Important: If you or someone you know is experiencing a crisis, please call our confidential point of entry: (856) 428-4357 (HELP). If at any time you are at imminent risk of harm, please call 911 immediately.
If you are experiencing a psychiatric emergency, visit or call EISS before going to a screening center or emergency room! EISS is a short term crisis intervention service for Camden and Cumberland County residents who are not in need of psychiatric hospitalization. The program emphasizes wellness and recovery principles and helps to improve quality of life. Learn More
The Camden County designated Crisis Screening Center provides screening and stabilization services to adults and youth experiencing a psychiatric emergency 24/7, 365 days a year. Team members work to safely resolve behavioral health crisis through intervention, assessment and stabilization. Call 856-428-HELP before visiting the screening center. Learn More
CSC provides in-home and in-community coordinated specialty care for young adults ages 15-35 years old experiencing psychotic symptoms such as hallucinations, delusions and/or unusual thoughts/behaviors for less than 2 years. The overall goal is to reduce the likelihood of long-term disability and help individuals lead productive, independent lives.
Services include psychiatric prescribing, case management, supported employment, peer and recovery supports, individual/family therapy and linkage to community resources. Counties served: Atlantic, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester, Ocean, Salem
Adult Mobile Outreach in Camden County helps adults experiencing worsening mental health symptoms. Outreaches can be requested by anyone including family members, friends, colleagues, employers or medical professionals. Clinicians are available to meet those individuals in the community who are unwilling or unable to come to one of our hospital based crisis units. By providing service quickly and in the person’s home, Adult Mobile Outreach helps people with mental illness obtain the services they need to stay safe and lead more productive lives.