BRIGHT HARBOR HEALTHCARE

Crisis
Services

CREST and Crisis Stabilization

CREST

When facing a mental health crisis, it can be difficult to know where to turn. CREST can help you overcome your crisis and connect you to the ongoing services you need. CREST provides rapid access to short-term, recovery-oriented crisis services to address both crisis intervention and stabilization for adults with a mental health crisis. Our crisis services help people as they:

Navigate
Their Crisis

Overcome
Obstacles

Plan Their Ongoing Mental Health Needs

Please call the CREST program at 732-240-3760 for more information or to make a referral.

Crisis Stabilization

Similar to CREST, Crisis Stabilization is there for when a crisis may include substance use disorder or addiction.  This program provides rapid access to short-term, recovery-oriented services to address both crisis intervention and stabilization for adults with a co-occurring mental health/substance abuse crisis.  Our crisis services help people as they:

Navigate
Their Crisis

Overcome
Obstacles

Plan For
Their Recovery

Please call the program at 732-240-3760 for more information or to make a referral.

CREST and Crisis Stabilization are available in both Toms River and Manahawkin.

Crisis Diversion

When someone has sought emergency medical care due to a mental health crisis, the hospital medical team may refer them to Crisis Diversion. This program helps individuals with:

Assistance with navigating and accessing care systems and resources

Development of comprehensive treatment and care plans

Develop and
repair
support systems

Intensive
case
management

 As an intensive case management program, it is designed to reduce unnecessary psychiatric hospitalizations by providing stabilization and linkage in the community.

* Referrals for this program come through psychiatric emergency screening services throughout Ocean County.

PATH (Progressive Assistance to Transition From Homelessness)

Homelessness is a serious issue in our country. Depression, untreated mental illness, and post-traumatic stress disorder are major causes of homelessness. With PATH services, our caring staff can reach out to people who are homeless and have a mental illness.

Linkage to community mental health and housing services

Education and skill development on accessing services and benefits

Support and
case management services

If you are homeless and diagnosed with a serious mental illness, please call our Access Center at 732-575-1111 to make an appointment or a referral.