On Campus CONCERN EAP1-800-242-7371Hours: Monday through Saturday, with hours on campus by appointment. Employee Assistance ProgramArea Served: William Paterson UniversityEligibility: Faculty, staff and their household members Fees charged: Free The EAP is a service for William Paterson University faculty and staff and their household members. The EAP offers confidential short term counseling and referral for problems ranging from work-related concerns to personal difficulties that affect an individual's everyday life. Trained counselors help with problems such as career issues, child care, elder care, family and workplace relationship problems, finances, health care, mental health, retirement, substance abuse, and Work/Life balance. Off Campus Contact Hotline/Morris-PassaicPO Box 219Pequannock, NJ 07440-0219Phone: (888) 904-1700, Toll free; (973) 831-1870 Local line Hours: 8 am - 11 pm, 7 days a week; overnights when volunteers availableArea Served: Northern New JerseyEligibility: No restrictionsFees Charged: none A helpline serving the community. Services include crisis intervention, information and referral to other helping agencies, and telephone counseling for those in need of a trained volunteer listener. Family Intervention/Morris/Community Program158 Morris StreetMorristown, NJ 07960Phone: (973) 285-0366Hours: 9 am - 9 pm, Mon - Tues; 9 am - 5 pm, Wed, Thurs, FriArea Served: Morris CountyEligibility: Anyone interested in individual, marital, or family counseling. Client should call office to make appointment.Fees Charged: $90/sliding fee scale Program offers family, marital, and individual counseling on a variety of issues. Emphasis is on the family aspect of problems and how members can work together to alleviate problems. Girls and Boys Town National Hotline13940 Gutowski Rd.Boys Town, NE 68010-7535Phone: (800) 448-3000, (800) 448-1833 TDDEmail: email@example.comHours: 24 hours, 7 days a weekArea Served: USFees Charged: None Highly trained counselors provide short term crisis counseling, referral to local resources, and emergency intervention as needed. Problems dealt with include family conflicts, suicide, pregnancy, abuse, running away, and alcohol/drug abuse. Provided by Father Flanagan's Boy's Home. Brochures available. Al-Anon Information Service73 South Fullerton Ave., 2nd FloorMontclair, NJ 07042-2627Phone: (973) 744-8686, (888) 425-2666 National Al-Anon Office, VirginiaEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgHours: 9 am - 5 pm, Mon - Fri; answering machine after hrs., meetings weeklyArea Served: Northern New JerseyEligibility: Teenage children, age 12-19, of alcoholicsFees Charged: None Peer group support for relatives, friends, and teenage children of alcoholics. Also includes group discussion to solve mutual problems. Meetings held regularly throughout northern NJ, including Morris and Passaic counties. Meeting sites may be obtained by contacting the agency directly.NJ Eating Disorders Helpline514 South Livingston Ave.Livingston, NJ 07039Phone: (800) 624-2268Hours: 9 am - 5 pm, Mon - FriArea Served: New JerseyEligibility: NoneThe Helpline offers over-the-phone information and referral to private and non-profit organizations. Through the service, support groups are offered throughout the year. To register for support groups, call in advance. Also offers free counseling and advice, speakers bureau, educational programs, school prevention program. North Jersey Consultation Center769 Northfield Ave., Suite LL2West Orange, NJ 07052Phone: 973-736-7696Email: email@example.comHours: M-Sat 7:00am-9:00pmArea Served: New Jersey, Essex, Morris, Union, etc.Eligibility: NoneFees Charged: Sliding scale The North Jersey Consultation Center, NJCC, is a mental health resource which provides short- or long-term treatment services to the community with fees based on ability to pay. NJCC therapists work with people of all ages-children, adolescents, and adults-using a variety of modalities including individual, couple, family, and group therapy. At NJCC our aim is to help people improve the quality of their lives and their relationships with others. Necessary Documentation: may be self referred, person must call Rutgers Cooperative/Passaic/Expanded Food & Nutrition Education309 Pennsylvania Ave.Paterson, NJ 07503Phone: (973) 305-5742Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgHours: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm, Mon - FriArea Served: Passaic and Paterson residentsEligibility: NoneFees Charged: None EFNEP helps families, youth, and adolescents acquire the knowledge, skills, attitudes, and changed behavior necessary for nutritionally sound diets and the improvement of the total family's diet and nutritional welfare. MMH/Adolescent/Young Adult Center for Health100 Madison Ave., PO Box 54Morristown, NJ 07963-1956Phone: (973) 971-5000 Main Number (973) 971-6475 Adolescent Services-Clinicwww.atlantichealth.orgHours: 1 pm - 5 pm, Mon, Wed; 8:30 - noon, FriArea Served: Morris CountyEligibility: Referrals made by self and/or family, physician, school, or community agency. Client age: 12-21 years. Health care and counseling for adolescents and their families. Medical evaluation and treatment including sexually transmitted diseases, eating disorders, family planning, and psychiatric evaluations. Counseling services include family and school problems and substance abuse prevention or early intervention services. Some services are confidential. Eating Disorders Association of New Jersey/I & R10 Station PlaceMetuchen, NJ 08840Phone: (609) 252-0202, (800) 522-2230 Eating Disorders Association of NJHours: Hours varyArea Served: UnlimitedEligibility: Persons suffering from anorexia, bulimia, or binge eating disorder; family members; and anyone in need of informationFees Charged: None Provides information and referral and support concerning anorexia,bulimia, and binge eating. Support groups available in East Brunswick, Hackensack, Montclair, Princeton, Red Bank, and Toms River, Call for more information.