Mental Health Services
Information and referral for mental health services for youth, adolescents or adults. Staff support is provided to the Mental Health Board (MHB), and other committees, subcommittees, and task forces. The Guide to Mental Health Services In Union County provides information for the following: emergency psychiatric care; counseling; legal services; services for adults and children; inpatient/psychiatric; presidential centers/psychiatric programs; developmentally disabled; family violence; and, support system is available below or call for a copy.
Emergency Psychiatric Services
24-Hour Hotline For Mobile Community Outreach
Union County Mental Health Board
2018 Meeting Dates
All Mental Health Board Meetings are held on the fourth Monday of the month at 4:30 p.M. Meetings are held at the Union County Administration Building, 4th floor conference room. No meetings are held in January, July or August.
Disaster Response Crisis Councilor Program
Behavioral health responders are trained volunteers who become part of an emergency response network responding to the needs of communities in the event of a disaster.
Please contact Sara Thode, 908-527-4846, firstname.lastname@example.org, for more information.