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Twin Oaks Camden County crisis screening unit to close June 30

On June 30, the Twin Oaks Community Services Camden County Crisis Screening unit at Our Lady of Lourdes Medical Center in Camden will close.

The Twin Oaks Crisis Screening unit at Kennedy Memorial Hospital in Cherry Hill, Chapel Avenue and Cooper Landing Road, will remain open and continue to provide essential crisis services to the Camden County community.

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The agency is collaborating with the New Jersey Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services to reallocate resources and enhance the accessibility of services in the community by increasing mobile outreach.

Twin Oaks will intensify outreach efforts with local hospitals, mental health providers, law enforcement and schools to ensure individuals receive the help they need.

Staff at the Crisis Screening Center and those providing mobile outreach in the community work each day to safely resolve behavioral health crises through intervention, assessment, support and stabilization.

Twin Oaks encourages anyone in crisis to first call 856–428-HELP (4357) before visiting a screening center.

Adults experiencing a crisis who are not in need of psychiatric hospitalization should call 856–428-HELP (4357). Walk-ins are welcome during EISS hours of operation: Monday- Friday, 9 a.m.- 8 p.m., and Saturday, 9 a.m.- 5 p.m.

Twin Oaks Community Services, a merger of Family Service and Steininger Behavioral Care Services, provides caring behavioral health services to vulnerable children, adults and families throughout New Jersey.

For more information, please visit www.twinoakscs.org or call the Development Office at (609)267- 5928.


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