The Adult Residential Services Division fof CBHCare provides a continuum of residential services for psychiatrically disabled consumers who have a history of hospitalization. Two transitional group homes, two long term residences, The CHAMP Program (Care & Hope at Morris Plains), The Partnership Program and the Alternative Living Supervised Program (in-home service) provide an array of support services for 188 consumers on a daily basis.
An integrated continuum of innovative residential and in-home behavioral healthcare is delivered through six service programs: the Rutherford Long Term Residence, the Hackensack Long Term Residence, the Lyndhurst Transitional Residence, the Emerson Transitional Residence, The CHAMP Program, The Partnership Program and the Alternative Living Supervised Program.
Services provided in these programs include:
- 24-hour supervision
- 24-hour psychiatric on-call assistance
- Psychiatric evaluation
- Medication monitoring
- Nursing assessments
- Personal care training
- Assistance with activities of daily living
- Recreational programs
- Referral to community services
Rutherford Long Term Residence
The Rutherford Long Term Residence provides services for individuals with severe and persistent mental illness which prevents them from living independently.
This 15-bed facility in a Victorian-style home is supervised 24 hours a day by specially trained counselors. Individuals have access to a variety of day programs and numerous community resources. Download a flyer.
Hackensack Long Term Residence
This fully-supervised 7-bed facility provides services similar to those at the Rutherford Long Term Residence. Individuals reside in a modern home close to all the resources of the county seat. Download a flyer.
Lyndhurst Transitional Residence
This transitional residence provides services for individuals who have been recently hospitalized, but who have the ability to develop skills for independent living. This 7-bed facility, like all our group homes, is supervised 24 hours a day. Individuals have access to a variety of day programs and numerous community resources. When ready, individuals are assisted in moving to a less supervised setting. Download a flyer.
Emerson Transitional Residence
This fully supervised 5-bed facility provides the same services as our Lyndhurst Transitional Residence. Individuals participate in a full range of psychiatric rehabilitation activities while living in a residential area. Download a flyer.
CHAMP (Care & Hope at Morris Plains)
This program was developed as a joint venture between CBHCare and Community Hope of Morris County. The five CHAMP homes are located on the grounds of Greystone Hospital. Each home is a five-bed facility, which is supervised 24 hours a day and is designed to assist those for whom traditional group home living has not been successful. In addition, CHAMP offers an in-house day program and access to various community resources. Download a flyer.
Similar to the CHAMP Program, The Partnership was also developed as a joint venture with Community Hope of Morris County. The Partnership villas are located on the grounds of Greystone Hospital. Each of the eight villas are six-bed facilities and are supervised 24 hours a day. The Partnership Program serves consumers who have been in the hospital and are not ready for a traditional group home environment. In addition the the 8 residential villas, we expanded in 2010 into two additional villas to offer an onsite partial care program to the residents. Download a flyer.
Alternative Living Supervised Program (ALSP) - Supportive Housing
This unique outreach program provides in-home services to chronically ill consumers living in apartments, boarding rooms and family homes. The level of assistance ranges from one visit per month to 4 hours a day based on the consumer need. Individuals are provided with an array of services including psychiatric care, nursing care, social services, supportive counseling, medication monitoring and personal care training. The philosophy of this program is to bring services to the consumer in order to decrease the risk of hospitalization and increase their quality of life. The program cuttently provides supportive housing for 73 individuals living with mental illness in the community. Download a flyer.
All Adult Residential program participants are closely linked with CBHCare's own rehabilitative partial care services and local vocational programs.
Participants who are able are encouraged to work in the community and to reach their highest level of function and recovery.