Children & Adolescent Services
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Children & Adolescent Services

Children & Adolescent Services


Children’s Crisis Intervention Services—is designated by the New Jersey Division of Child Behavioral Health Services as a 17-bed child and adolescent inpatient psychiatric unit. We provide high quality and compassionate care for children and adolescents between the ages of 5 and 17 who have been assessed to be in need of a safe, supportive, inpatient level of care. Patients are offered both individual and group therapies, and the individual’s family is actively involved in all aspects of the care provided.

If you are a provider who would like to make a referral to any of our inpatient services, please contact our 24-hour access hotline at 201.983.9575 (this number is for providers only).


The Clubhouse—is a therapeutic after-school program for children, between the ages of 6 and 11, who are at-risk for residential placement due to behavioral and/or emotional problems. The program provides a safe and nurturing environment that addresses maladaptive behavior through group therapy, psycho-educational groups, homework assistance and recreation. (Hoboken University Medical Center)

Project Impact—provides comprehensive evaluation and treatment for sexually abusive and fire-starting juveniles in Hudson County, as well as education and consultation to court and community agents with service or supervisory responsibility for these youth. (Hoboken University Medical Center)



Christ Hospital Adolescent Treatment (CHAT) Program—provides a combination of educational and therapeutic services for adolescents who are at-risk for substance abuse. Twice-weekly group sessions, as well as monthly individual and family sessions are offered. Aftercare is available for those who have completed the program but may need help ensuring sobriety as they transition out of the program. (Christ Hospital)

Giant Steps—is a comprehensive substance abuse treatment program that promotes and achieves increased permanent abstinence among youth and adults, including those struggling with co-occurring disorders. The after-school program provides prevention education and intervention services for at-risk youth. (Hoboken University Medical Center)

Youth Comprehensive Treatment Program—provides intensive outpatient substance abuse counseling for adjudicated children ages 14–17, including those with co-occurring disorders. The program helps clients abstain from substance use, reduce delinquency and truancy, and access mental health services. (Christ Hospital)


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