Mercer County Psychiatric Hospitals

Capital Health (formerly Helene Fuld) (Trenton, NJ)

 Capital Health is a private non-profit community hospital in Trenton, NJ. Capital Health also serves as the New Jersey Crisis Screening Center for Mercer County.

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Carrier Clinic (Belle Mead, NJ)

Carrier Clinic, a mental and behavioral health treatment center since 1910, is one of the largest private, not-for-profit behavioral healthcare facilities in New Jersey. Carrier Clinic specializes in psychiatric and substance abuse addiction treatment, and provides a complete array of expert care and education for adolescents, adults and older adults on the inpatient and residential levels. Outpatient services are provided for ECT treatment and drug abuse addiction.

Set on a 100 acre country setting at the foothills of the Sourland Mountains, in Belle Mead, NJ. Carrier Clinic’s offers the following programs:

Psychiatric Inpatient Hospitalization:

  • Adolescent Psychiatric & Dual Diagnosis (ages 13-18)
  • General Adult Psychiatric & Dual Diagnosis
  • Psychiatric Acute Care
  • Older Adult Psychiatric & Dual Diagnosis (ages 60)

Residential, Outpatient and Other Services:

  • Substance Abuse Treatment
  • Adolescent Residential
  • Adolescent Special Education
  • Free Programs & Groups

 

Hampton Behavioral Healthcare Center (Westampton, NJ)

Although based in Burlington County (Westampton, NJ), Hampton Behavioral Health Center is contracted by the NJ Division of Mental Health Services to provide Short Term Care Facility beds to Mercer County citizens when needed. It offers both inpatient and outpatient treatment for adolescents, adults, dually diagnosed adults (mental health and addiction issues) and older adults. Hampton is a for-profit subsidiary of Universal Health Services Inc., a Fortune 500 corporation based in King of Prussia, PA. Hampton’s mental health services include:

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Princeton House Behavioral Health (Princeton, NJ)

Princeton House Behavioral Health, a unit of Princeton HealthCare System, offers a multidisciplinary team of board certified psychiatrists and highly qualified professionals who provide a high level of treatment and care for people who need psychiatric support, have chemical dependencies or who struggle with a combination of emotional and addiction problems. Its inpatient facility sits on 10 quiet wooded acres just two miles from the heart of Princeton. In addition to its main campus in Princeton, it also has outpatient sites in Princeton, North Brunswick, Hamilton and Cherry Hill. Its outpatient sites primarily offer partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient treatment for those requiring acute care. Most insurance plans are accepted, including Medicare and Medicaid. Princeton House Behavioral Health is a unit licensed by The State of New Jersey and is accredited by The Joint Commission.

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St. Francis Medical Center (Trenton, NJ)

As a member of Catholic Health East (CHE), under the Sponsorship of Hope Ministries, and in accordance with the philosophy and tradition of its founders, the Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia, St. Francis Medical Center is a community of persons committed to being a transforming, healing presence. St. Francis’ Mental Health Treatment facility has been in continuous operation since 1956. It is the oldest established general hospital facility in this area. Our location offers all the advantages of a community-based teaching hospital with its more than 130 year history of dedication in patient care. Its mental health programs include:

 

Trenton Psychiatric Hospital (Trenton, NJ)

Founded in 1848 by legendary social reformer Dorothea Dix, Trenton Psychiatric Hospital is one of New Jersey’s four state-run psychiatric hospitals. A 500 bed facility, Trenton Psychiatric Hospital receives and cares for patients from Mercer County and other counties in central New Jersey.

 

 

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