Compassionate, trained volunteers and staff respond to calls, emails, and walk-in requests for assistance, answering questions and lending support, along with providing information about relevant resources. You can find out about treatment options, educational programs, and local support groups and services. We cannot provide counseling or therapy, individual case management, or make specific referrals but we can help you find the help you need.
Help in a crisis
A mental health crisis is a life-threatening situation in which an individual is imminently dangerous to self or others due to a mental illness, severely disoriented or out of touch with reality, or otherwise distraught and out of control.
Specify that you are calling about a psychiatric emergency.
Request an officer trained in crisis intervention.
Call 609.396.HELP (4357) (for adults: age 21+)
Capital Health Emergency Mental Health Services
Mobile and walk-in crisis services/mental health screening in Mercer County
Capital Health Regional Medical Center
750 Brunswick Avenue, Trenton, NJ 08638
Suicide & Crisis Lifeline
Connect with a trained crisis counselor who will listen empathetically, work to ensure you feel safe and help you to identify options.
Call 877.652.7624 (children: birth - 21)
Single point of entry to the New Jersey Children's System of Care
New Jersey Suicide Prevention Hopeline
Text NAMI to 741741
Crisis Text Line
Connect with a trained crisis counselor to receive support via text message.
- the name and phone number of the psychiatrist/ therapist
- a list of medications and dosages
- diagnosis and treatment history
- contact information for a family member or friend