Center Category: Rehab Centers
Established in 1971 by The Medical Center, Princeton House Behavioral Health (PHBH) was founded to treat behavioral problems plaguing the local community. Since then, PHBH has grown and now operates six sites spread across the state of New Jersey.
PHBH offers a bouquet of treatments for behavioral health issues, namely inpatient and outpatient care, Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), and Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP). The facility offers a medically supervised detox program, as well as numerous programs that are targeted at different demographic groups.
PHBH offers treatments for adolescents and adults. The treatment provided by PHBH is based on individualized treatment plans as well as evidence-based therapies.
Set in a 10-acre wooded campus, Princeton House Behavioral Health is a 110-bed facility that provides treatment for adolescents and adults having mental illness and substance abuse issues. The facility offers its clients an outdoor courtyard, two gyms, as well as a game room. PHBH allows its clients to smoke in a designated area. The facility also provides its clients nicotine replacement.
PHBH also has a 21-bed short-term lockdown facility for people who are involuntarily hospitalized due to co-occurring or acute psychiatric disorders.
Clients at PHBH are provided meals that can be taken either on the patio or in the indoor dining hall. The nutritious food is prepared under the supervision of registered dieticians.
The facility recently underwent a $3 million renovation of its dining facilities and kitchen.
At Princeton House Behavioral Health, the client can get admitted for inpatient programs 24/7. The treatment is personalized to each individual and is gender-specific. Clients having issues with substances are initially treated in the inpatient detoxification unit, where they are supervised 24/7 and provided medication management if required.
Detox is a short-term program and offers clients an intensive treatment. Once stabilized, the clients are transitioned to either the inpatient program or one of the several outpatient programs. The clients attend individual, group, and family therapies. Education classes and evidence-based approaches complement these. The facility also offers its clients medication management, DBT, along with expressive therapies.
Besides the residential treatment program, Princeton House Behavioral Health provides day treatment programs for its clients. The clients attend these thrice-weekly following which they attend an IOP for three days in a week.
PHBH offers a similar treatment regimen to its adolescent clients. They are also provided substance abuse services as and when needed. The organization also has a specialized treatment program focused on teenage girls suffering from emotional eating challenges. Treatment programs are offered for patients between ages 18 to 20 who have an addiction and mental health issues.
Princeton House Behavioral Health offers residential First Responder Treatment Services to police officers, firefighters, emergency medical technicians, military personnel, and paramedics.
The treatment staff at Princeton House Behavioral Health includes board-certified primary care physicians, psychiatrists, psychiatric nurses, Masters-level social workers, therapists, and addiction counselors.
Irrespective of the programs, PHBH offers its clients expressive therapies such as yoga, art therapy, and writing. Besides the traditional treatments, PHBH offers ECT for patients having co-occurring disorders such as bipolar disorder, depression, and schizophrenia.
It depends on the program. Medicaid, Medicare and most of the major insurances.
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