CARE AND HOPE AT MORRIS PLAINS
The CHAMP (Care and Hope at Morris Plains) Program provides residential treatment services for the chronically mentally ill and the MICA (Mentally Ill Chemical Abuser) populations.
- Assists mentally ill consumers in their transition from hospitalization back into the community
- Provides up to 24 hours dailin supervision in order for the consumer to remain stable in the community.
- Two levels of care offered:
- A+ Level – 24 / 7 support and supervision
- A Level - 16 hours of support and supervision per day
- Located adjacent to Greystone Park Psychiatric Hospital
CHAMP’s on-site inter-disciplinary team includes an on-site psychiatrist, primary care physician and nurse; licensed social workers; and mental health professionals.
- Individually tailored treatment plans
- Intensive personal care services
- Medication monitoring
- Nutritional assessments
- MICA services
- Recreational outings
- Family support and education
- Transportation to medical appointments, day programs, and 12 Step Programs
- Currently receiving care at one of New Jersey’s State Psychiatric Hospitals (Greystone Park Psychiatric Hospital patients are usually given priority admission)
- Effected by Axis I psychiatric diagnosis (primary)
- May also be effected by an addiction history