Adult Residential Programs – Morris County

CHAMP Program


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.

Program specifics:

  • 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

Eligibility Criteria

  • 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