HACKENSACK, N.J. -- CBH Care is announcing that it has relocated its program personnel to remote therapy services or telehealth, in order to serve its consumers during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The organization will continue to provide vital mental health services to youth and adults in need while ensuring the health and safety of all.

CBH is accepting new consumers in both its Out-Patient Department and its Early Intervention Support Services (EISS) crisis center located in Westwood. Audio and/or visual telehealth services and telephonic appointments are available in both programs.

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“We are in a time when we must think outside the box yet understand that our present and future consumers need us now more than ever. We would like to get the message out that CBH Care continues to be a resource, whether you are currently connected to us or need a Connection,” said CBH Care Executive Director Susan Devlin. “We realize that mental health services are so vital at this time. Many people are feeling isolated as well as anxious about the future. As we have been for the past 50 years, CBH Care is here for you. Our licensed professionals continue to work from a safe space while providing confidential therapeutic services.”

Anyone in need of mental health services can contact the CBH Care Access Center at 201-646-0195. Callers will quickly be connected to a licensed professional.

For more information on CBH’s services, visit https://cbhcare.com/.