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Outpatient Services

Mental health and substance issues impact every aspect of an individual’s life such as health, relationships and work. Outpatient Services can help you or your loved one stabilize symptoms of illness, restore quality of life and move toward wellness and recovery. Services include counseling, substance use treatment, co-occurring services, medication management and case management services.

Oaks offers convenient outpatient locations in Burlington, Camden, Mercer and Cumberland Counties. Our professional team led by Licensed and Master’s Level clinicians commit to providing excellent Trauma Informed Care in a safe, welcoming environment. By focusing on integrated care it becomes possible to treat the whole person to achieve both mental and physical wellness.

Supportive, compassionate counseling for children, adults and families to improve emotional and behavioral well-being at home, work, school and in the community.

Treatment for adults dually diagnosed with a mental illness and substance use disorder. Services include comprehensive screening and evaluation, trauma informed individual, group and family therapy, family education and support, medication management, health coordination and case management.

Treatment for adults in recovery from addiction to drugs and alcohol. Services include comprehensive screening and evaluation, trauma informed individual, group and family therapy, family education and support and medication management. Learn more about Addiction Services

Prescribed, community-based, mental health services under court order to individuals in Camden County with a serious mental illness and frequent users of inpatient services and/or Crisis Screening Services.

A more intensive level of care including individual, group and family therapy, case management and medication management.

PACT provides comprehensive, integrated rehabilitation, treatment and support services to individuals with serious and persistent mental illness, who have had repeated hospitalizations and are at serious risk for psychiatric hospitalization.

To learn more, call our Access Center: 1-800-963-3377

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