Our financial assistance page also has many supportive resources.
Mental Health Care
The Peer Recovery Warm Line is also ready to help at 1 (877) 291-5588
8:00 am-10:00 pm Monday-Friday, 5:00-10:00 pm Saturday-Sunday,
3:00-10:00 pm holidays.
Helping children cope with COVID-19 changes, from the
National Association of School Psychologists.
NJ Hope Line (Peer Support and Suicide Prevention Hot Line)
1 (855) 654-6735, 24/7.
The Bergen County United Way has many resources to help people
cope with COVID-19 stresses. Call 211 or visit their website.
A monumental and profoundly helpful list of mental health and COVID-19 information and resources from Mental Health America, a non-profit community-based organization focused on improving mental health in the U.S.
Anyone experiencing domestic violence can contact the National Domestic Violence Hot Line at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) in more than 200 languages,by chat box, or by texting LOVEIS to 22522. All contact is confidential.
More resources from Bergenvolunteers.org relating to domestic violence.
myPlan app helps people experiencing domestic violence (or anyone worried about a person in this situation) make decisions about their safety.
Help With Addiction
Reach NJ helps people seeking recovery from addiction: 1 (844) REACHNJ.
Self-Management and Recovery Training (SMART Recovery) offers daily online meetings, a message board, and 24/7 live chat.
The Recovery Village, a private rehabilitation company, provides extensive information and many free services on its website.
Information from The Recovery Village especially for fire fighters.