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As of October 1, 2017, the Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services has been transferred to the NJ Department of Health. To access updated information related to the division’s programs and services, please go to http://nj.gov/health/integratedhealth.
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Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services
New Jersey Helps
NJ Addictions Hotline - 1-844-276-2777
New Jersey Hopeline (1-855-NJ-HOPELINE)
New Jersey Mental Health Cares Hotline
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-TALK (8255)   Nacional de Prevencion del Suicidio 1-888-628-9454
Veterans Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
National Center for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
New Jersey Housing Resource Center
NJ Family Care
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)

Executive Staff
Christopher J. Morrison
Chief Executive Officer           (609) 567-7365

Joseph Canale
Chief Operating
Officer                                (609) 567-7280

Vacant
Deputy Chief Executive Officer
Clinical Services

Patrick Stumpo
Acting Medical Director

Evelyn Ngwa
Acting Chief Nursing Officer

Charlene Ruberti
Director of Quality Improvement


(609) 567-7222


(609) 567-7300


(609) 567-7285


(609) 567-7340



Contact Information During Non-Business Hours & Holidays:

Nursing Care Coordinator:   (609) 567-7205
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Cedar Hall is a 86-bed building serving adult mental health consumers with co-existing mental illness and developmental disabilities. The unit consists of four wards, each staffed with a multi-disciplinary team that reports to the Building Administrator.  The primary focus of each treatment team is to develop and implement an individualized strength-based treatment plan that encourages maximum functioning and independence in the least restrictive environment.  Treatment teams collaborate with the Division of Developmental Disabilities to ensure a comprehensive approach to consumers' specialized needs and to facilitate movement toward the appropriate community setting.

N. McDonnell, Building Administrator

C. Nnanji, Assistant Director, Nursing

Non-Business Hours Nursing Supervisor
(609) 567-7212

(609) 561-1700, ext. 7213

(609) 561-1700, ext. 7360
Team A - (609) 561-1700, ext. 7853  
Team Leader:
Psychiatrist:
Psychologist:
Social Worker:
P. Patel             
S. Bagchi
J. Bishop
V. Garcia
Team B - (609) 561-1700, ext. 7999  
Team Leader:
Psychiatrist:
Psychologist:
Social Worker:
S. Thompson     
C. Caringal
D. Susino
J. Rosenbleeth
Team C - (609) 561-1700, ext. 7837  
Team Leader:
Psychiatrist:
Psychologist:
Social Worker:
H. Noble  
A. Profirio
M. Malone
S. Dauphin
Team D - (609) 561-1700, ext. 7996  
Team Leader:
Psychiatrist:
Psychologist:
Social Worker:
C. Robinson
M. Rozmyslowicz
M. DeAngleo
M. Payne-Harris

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Larch Hall
Larch Hall is a 99-bed building serving adult mental health consumers requiring short term inpatient psychiatric treatment. The building consists of three wards, each staffed with a multi-disciplinary team that reports to the Complex Administrator.  The primary focus of each treatment is to develop and implement an individualized strength-based treatment plan that encourages maximum functioning and independence in the least restrictive setting with movement toward community reintegration.

S. Levay, Building Administrator

K. Robinson, Assistant Director, Nursing

Non-Business Hours Nursing Supervisor
(609) 567-7363

(609) 561-1700, ext. 7384

(609) 561-1700, ext. 7469
Team A - (609) 561-1700, ext. 7880  
Team Leader:
Psychiatrist:
Psychologist:
Social Workers:
D. Macminn
J. Mahmud
S. Milon
Y. Pyne-Bailey & J. Grasso
Team B - (609) 561-1700, ext. 7380  
Team Leader:
Psychiatrist:
Psychologist
Social Workers:
M. Diaz
J. Vallejo
K. Kohaut
P. Upton & R. Anides
Team C - (609) 561-1700, ext. 7918  
Team Leader:
Psychiatrist:
Psychologist:
Social Worker:
C. Medina-Ramos
C. Jones
S. Park
J. Gibbs
Team D - (609) 561-1700, ext. 7905  
Team Leader:
Psychiatrist:
Psychologist:
Social Workers:
S. Cooke
T. Connell
A. Frankel
C. Ayala & S. Zamir

 
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Holly Hall is a 111-bed secure care building serving adult mental health consumers requiring inpatient psychiatric treatment who are involved with the legal system. Holly Hall residents may have active legal charges, have been adjudicated Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity (NGRI) or have been identified as Megan's Law Registrants. There is no specified regional service areas for Holly Hall which may include residents from any area of the state. The building consists of four wards, each staffed with a multi-disciplinary team that reports to the Complex Administrator.  The primary focus of each treatment team is to develop and implement an individualized strength-based treatment plan that encourages maximum functioning and independence in the least restrictive setting, with movement toward community reintegration while fully addressing all legal issues.

Z. Ryan, Building Administrator

P. Williams, Assistant Director, Nursing

Non-Business Hours Nursing Supervisor
(609) 567-7208

(609) 561-1700, ext. 7332

(609) 561-1700, ext. 7331
Team A - (609) 561-1700, ext. 7711  
Team Leader:
Psychiatrist:
Psychologist:
Social Worker:
L. Martelli
S. Nathani
K. Conlon
R. Patrizio
Team B - (609) 561-1700, ext 7723  
Team Leader:
Psychiatrist:
Psychologist:
Social Worker:
C. Iorio
Vacant
L. Becker
A. Grasso
Team C - (609) 561-1700, ext. 7679  
Team Leader:
Psychiatrist:
Psychologist:
Social Worker:
M. Clouser
A. Masry
R. O'Connell
S. Prewitt
Team D - (609) 561-1700, ext. 7727  
Team Leader:
Psychiatrist:
Psychologist:
Social Worker:
S. Goodwin
S. Ansari
L. Mosby
J. Dooher

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Main Hall
Main Hall is a 93-bed building, comprised of five units serving adult mental health consumers requiring inpatient psychiatric treatment. The Building is divided into two service areas.  There are three admission units where the anticipated length of stay is less than 60 days, and two Gero-Psychiatric Units which serve an older population with co-existing medical and psychiatric disabilities.  Each is staffed with a multi-disciplinary team that reports to the Complex Administrator.  The primary focus of each treatment team is to develop and implement an individualized strength-based treatment plan that encourages maximum functioning and independence in the least restrictive setting, with movement toward community reintegration.

S. Fitzgerald, Building Administrator

M. Voll, Assistant Director, Nursing

A. Smith, Assistant Director, Nursing

Non-Business Hours Nursing Supervisor

(609) 567-7363

(609) 561-1700, ext. 7260

(609) 561-1700, ext. 7259

(609) 561-1700, ext. 7236
F-1 Admissions
(609) 561-1700, ext. 7737
 
Team Leader:
Psychiatrist:
Psychologist:
Social Workers:
N. Feliciano
L. Linquist
T. Heckert
R. Baker & N. Gregori
F-2 Gero-Psychiatric
(609) 561-1700
Ext. 7755
 
Team Leader:
Psychiatrist:
Psychologist:
Social Worker:
M. Evangelista
S. Syed
D. Giles
J. Cantor
F-3 Admissions  
Team Leader:
Psychiatrist:
Psychologist:
Social Worker:
S. Drew
M. Aslam
D. Young
T. Fonville & T. Alexander-Schaab
M-1 Admissions  
Team Leader:
Psychiatrist:
Psychologist:
Social Workers:
L. Brown
S. Rana
S. Marner
E. Sunni & N. Young
M-2 Geo-Psychiatric
(609) 561-1700
Ext. 8635
 
Team Leader:
Psychiatrist:
Psychologists:
Social Workers:
B. Roebuck
K. Bajwa
N. Moore
K. Cooper


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