Sometimes it can be hard to know when you should reach out for extra help. Families should call if their child’s behavior has changed or if they are overwhelmed by challenges at home or in the community. Some common reasons to call include:
  • Depression and/or anxiety
  • Bullying or being bullied
  • Physical or verbal aggression
  • Intellectual or developmental disabilities
  • Substance use
  • Inattention or hyperactivity
  • Oppositional or defiant behavior
  • Grief from major trauma
  • Concerns from teachers 

Trained and caring staff will provide:

  • Encouragement, support, and assistance to you and your child
  • 24/7 crisis response
  • Referral and connection to community resources
  • Up to 8 weeks of care coordination linkage 
  • Coordination with in-community therapy and/or behavioral assistance (when applicable) 

Services are state funded and all calls to the program are administered through PerformCare by calling 877.652.7624.

Referral Information 

Mobile Response Stabilization Services is open to families with children ages 0-21 living in Morris, Passaic, and Sussex Counties.