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Princeton House opens new outpatient center

May 8, 2015
by Julia Brown, Associate Editor
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Princeton House Behavioral Health has opened a new outpatient center in New Jersey bringing mental health and addiction services closer to those residing in Monmouth and Ocean counties.  

The 7,000-square-foot center opened to patients earlier this week and offers Princeton House’s Women’s Program, which features specialized services in four areas: trauma, trauma and addiction, dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) and emotion regulation. Services are delivered at two levels of care—partial hospital (five full days per week) or intensive outpatient (three half-days per week), according to a company statement.

The center’s medical director, Gregory Fernandez, MD, says the center will expand patient access in the Eatontown/Tinton Falls areas of Monmouth County while also extending the continuum of care by providing patients a way to transition from inpatient care. Patient care will be provided by clinical staff members that were transferred from other Princeton House sites, where they have treated Women’s Program clients for many years.

The Eatontown/Tinton Falls location is Princeton House’s sixth outpatient center, joining two existing centers in Princeton and one each in Moorestown, Hamilton and North Brunswick, with the Women’s Program offered at five of the six locations.