Mental Health Services

Mental Health Services

Studies have shown the value of developing comprehensive school mental health programs in helping students achieve academically and have access to experiences that build social skills, leadership, self-awareness, and caring connections to adults in their school and community. Mentally healthy students are more likely to go to school ready to learn, actively engage in school activities, have supportive and caring connections with adults and young people, use appropriate problem-solving skills, have nonaggressive behaviors, and add to positive school culture. Although many students are mentally healthy, the Center for Mental Health in Schools estimates that between 12 and 22 percent of school-aged children and youth have a diagnosable mental health disorder. Because children and youth spend the majority of their time in school, schools play an increasingly critical role in supporting these students and providing a safe, non-stigmatizing, and supportive natural environment in which children, youth, and families have access to prevention, early intervention, and treatment through school-based mental health programs. A study by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of Adolescent Health indicated that adolescents are more comfortable accessing health care services through school-based clinics and like the idea of accessing a range of health and social services in a single location. Further, schools provide a natural setting in which students can receive needed supports and services and where families are comfortable and trusting in accessing these supports and services.


Delran has embarked on tackling the mental health challenges over the pandemic and has two staff members that assist students with their mental health goals. Please reach out to your child’s guidance counselors for more information. 

We are committed to the well-being of our students, staff, and families to create a safe and healthy learning environment. In support of our ongoing commitment, we partnered with Care Solace, a service that helps individuals find mental health care providers and substance use treatment centers. Care Solace is available for use at no cost to you and all information is completely confidential. Their team is available 24 hours per day, 7 days a week.

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Addictions & Substance Abuse Services

Basic Needs Services

Community Resources

Emergency Hotlines

Association for the Advancement of Mental Health (AAMH)
Princeton, NJ

  • Individual Counseling
  • Support Services
  • Job Placement

Burlington County Mental Health Resource Guide
Moorestown, NJ
(856- 222-9400)

Care Solace
(888) 515-0595
Anonymous Search
Care Solace is available for use at no cost to you and all information is completely confidential.
Their team is available 24 hours per day, 7 days a week.

Carrier Foundation
Belle Mead, NJ
(800) 1933-3579

  • Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
  • Partial Hospitalization Program
  • Inpatient Program

Center for Family Guidance
Marlton, NJ
Westhampton, NJ
(856) 797-4800

Corner House Counseling Center
(609 )924-8018

  • Individual & Family counseling
  • Case Management Services
  • Mobile Response & Stabilization Services
  • Family Crisis Intervention Unit

Gen Psych
Lawrence, NJ

  • Psychiatric services
  • DBT Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

Delaware House Mental Health Services
(609) 267-9339

Department of Children and Families
(877) 543-7864

DRENK Behavioral Health Center
(609) 267-5656

Family Support Organization of Burlington County
(609) 265-8838

Genesis Counseling Centers
(856) 858-9314

Hampton Behavioral Health Center
(609) 267-7000 toll free number: (800) 603-6767

CONTACT of Burlington County
(856) 234-5854 24-hour telephone helpline service: (856) 234-8888

Burlington County Office of Human Services
Social Services Unit (609) 265-5546 Mental Health Board (609) 265-5545

Mental Health Association in Southwestern New Jersey
(856) 522-0639

Parents Anonymous of NJ
(800) 843-5437

Perform Care/NJ System of Care
Free Services to families in need of behavioral health, intellectual and developmental disabilities, and substance use treatment services.

(877) 652-7624

Solstice Counseling and Wellness Center
(609) 288-8844

Twin Oaks Community Service
(609) 267-5928

St. Vincent DePaul (Medford Area)
Food, clothing, utilities, rents, security deposits (609) 953-0021

St. Vincent DePaul (Mount Holly Area)
Food, Clothing, Utilities, Rents, Security Deposits (609) 267-9600

The Extended Hand Ministry (Mount Holly Area)
Community Luncheon, Emergency Shelter, Food, Clothing (609) 914-4270

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