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For more than 30 years, South Jersey residents have trusted Inspira Health to provide professional, holistic, compassionate behavioral health care.
Our Approach to Behavioral and Mental Health
Our experienced team of behavioral health professionals is focused on helping each patient regain control of their life in a safe and nurturing setting. Family therapy and participation in treatment can be vital to success and is strongly encouraged for all of our patients.
At Inspira, we are focused on healing the whole person. That’s why we have assembled teams of professionals with the necessary expertise to help patients whose mental health issues are complicated by other medical conditions or substance abuse. We recognize the many challenges people face and we follow evidence-based care plans to give each patient the best opportunity for recovery.
Inspira’s Behavioral Wellness Centers offer comprehensive therapeutic services, referrals and on-site psychiatric services (excluding legal forensic assessments).
Comprehensive Wellness Programs Tailored to Your Needs
Inspira offers a range of behavioral health and wellness services in Bridgeton, Elmer and Woodbury, which provide support for all ages and all levels of care regardless of the patient’s ability to pay. Our treatment centers provide quality care in a variety of environments, including various inpatient, partial hospitalization and outpatient therapy programs.
Inspira’s multidisciplinary treatment teams deliver compassionate and supportive care in an environment that respects each patient’s dignity, independence and unique personal needs. Whether you struggle with substance abuse or suffer from depression, anxiety or grief and loss, our behavioral health team is here to help.
What We Treat
Our team provides adults, adolescents, children and families with counseling for a range of concerns, including:
- Abuse (sexual, verbal or physical)
- Anxiety and fear
- Communication difficulties
- Co-occurring behavioral and substance abuse issues
- EAP services
- Emotional stress
- Family problems
- Grief and loss
- Post-traumatic stress disorder
- Psychiatric illnesses
- Relationship issues
- School evaluations/recommendations
- School problems
- Stress management
- Work conflicts