Christian Health Care Counseling Center
If you or someone you love is struggling with your mental health, we want you to know that we are here to help. COVID-19/coronavirus has impacted everyone and we know that anxiety levels are rising during this unprecedented pandemic. The compassionate staff at Christian Health Care Counseling Center are maintaining full services using virtual telehealth therapy during this especially difficult time.
Our dedicated, highly trained physicians and therapists assess and treat individuals with a variety of challenges and needs, including, but not limited to:
- mood disorder,
- psychiatric and medication assessments,
- medication monitoring
- panic disorder,
- bereavement and loss,
- marital, family and relational,
- addictive behaviors,
- child and adolescent treatment,
- geriatric services,
- alzheimer’s assessments
- developmental disability assessments,
- spiritual counseling.
Treatment may involve working on personal issues, goals, and problem-solving strategies on a one-on-one basis with a therapist. If requested by an individual, faith integration may be provided as part of treatment.
The medical staff can provide initial and ongoing medication and psychiatric assessments. For some individuals, treatment requires medication to alleviate intense symptoms that can interfere with daily life. Many clients work with a psychiatrist for medication monitoring and ongoing stability.
For Christian Health Care Counseling Center admissions information, call (201) 848-5500. Most insurance plans are accepted.
CHCC is a non-profit organization open to anyone regardless of race, sex, or religion.
If you are seeking assistance for a mental-health issue or problem, please call our Admissions Office at (201) 848-5500.
If this is a psychiatric emergency, please contact your local hospital emergency room or the psychiatric screening center for your county:
Bergen County: (201) 262-HELP
Passaic County: (973) 470-3025
Morris County: (973) 625-0280
Essex County: (973) 266-4478
Westchester County: (914) 925-5959
Rockland County: (845) 364-2200