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Adolescent and Family Treatment - AFT (Division of Family Guidance)

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Adolescent and Family Treatment - AFT (Division of Family Guidance)

Hackensack

New Jersey, United States

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One Bergen County Plaza,2nd Floor New Jersey, Hackensack 07601

Services

  • MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS

Language/Culture

  • English

Age Groups

  • Adolescents(13-18 yrs)

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The Adolescent and Family Therapy Program (AFT) offers psychological outpatient services for Bergen County adolescents between the ages of 12 and 17½ who do not have medical insurance or the financial resources to pay for psychological or psychiatric treatment. AFT treats most psychological, psychiatric, social issues and problems of adolescence. All treatment is individualized and focused on helping clients reach their treatment and life goals. AFT offers short and longer term individual psychotherapy for adolescents. All AFT staff members are clinical professionals with advanced degrees and are experienced in working with adolescents and families. AFT services are provided free of charge. REFERRALS Referrals come from families, schools, police and other agencies. Referrals to AFT are screened by the Central Intake Program of the Division of Family Guidance to determine eligibility and suitability for AFT services and/or other Family Guidance programs. AFT is not a drop-in service, nor is it a program suited for immediate or ongoing crisis intervention. Crisis intervention services are provided by our Juvenile Family Crisis Intervention Unit (JFCIU). They can be reached 24/7 at (201) 336-7360. Family therapy offered by AFT is focused on addressing the concerns and issues related to the adolescent . SERVICES Individual therapy Family therapy Referrals to other programs and agencies for additional services AFT provides psychotherapy for most adolescent problems including: Depression Anxiety Anger Management Impulsivity Peer Relationship Problems Social Isolation Bullying Dating Issues and Problems Sexual Issues Family Conflict Conflict with Authority

Fee

Free

Eligibility

Referrals come from families, schools, police, and other agencies, for families that are uninsured or underinsured

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