Local Resources

Suicide & Depression

Bergen County Key Resources
24 HOUR CRISIS / EMERGENCY RESPONSE
Police Dial 911
Psychiatric Screening 201-262-HELP [4357]
Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-8255
INFORMATION & REFERRAL / ACCESS TO TREATMENT
Division of Mental Health 201-634-2750
Office of Alcohol & Drug Dependency 201-634-2740
Bergen Regional Medical Center 1-800-730-2762
SUPPORT, ADVOCACY AND EDUCATION
NAMI Bergen County [National Alliance on Mental Illness] 201-635-9595
YOUTH SERVICES
NJ Children’s System of Care 1-877-652-7624
Juvenile / Family Crisis Intervention Unit 201-336-7360
Family Support Organization 201-796-6209

Contact the Mental Health Board Office at healthdept@co.bergen.nj.us or call 201-634-2750 for more information. This initiative is the result of a collaborative effort of our county’s key stakeholders: Law Enforcement Officers, Mental Health Providers and Advocates, Planning and Media Specialists. 
(Local Resources not affiliated with the Borough of Fort Lee or Bergen County)

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