If you live in the New Jersey area and need help as a result of substance abuse, the Family Services Bureau of New Jersey is here to help.
Family Services Bureau of New Jerse (FSB), part of New Community, has served the needs of the community since 1882 as a licensed outpatient mental health and substance abuse treatment center.
The organization’s mission is to preserve, educate, support, strengthen and enrich family life through prevention, intervention and community education programs that assist families, children and individuals.
Staff includes clinicians and interns under the direct supervision of licensed clinical supervisors.
By adopting an integrated behavioral health model to treat the whole body, FSB aims to provide each consumer with the resources needed to improve their quality of life.
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Four Ways New Community and FSB Serve New Jersey
FSB is part of New Community Corporation, a comprehensive community development organization founded in 1968. Let’s take a closer look at how FSB fits into the New Community mission.
- Housing Opportunities
- Health Services, including Family Service Bureau, a licensed outpatient mental health and substance abuse treatment center
- Educational Services
- Community Resources
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The treatments services utilized depends in the individual, but here’s an overview of what FSB offers:
- Substance Use Disorder Treatment
- Mental Health Level 1 Treatment
- Psychiatric services with Medication Monitoring
- Family and Couples Counseling
- Anger Management Group
- Domestic Violence Counseling
- Parenting Skills Group
- Family Crisis Intervention Unit
Family Services Bureau Data
Healing has happened among individuals and families who’ve overcome substance abuse issues. Imagine the faces of pain, hope, and healing behind these inspiring numbers.
As of fall 2021, FSB reported:
- Intakes: 153
- Mental Health Individuals: 2,255
- Substance Abuse Individuals: 346
- Psychiatric Evaluations: 77
- Medication Monitoring: 386