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For adolescents and children over the age of 8, long-term care may be necessary to stabilize and treat dangerous behaviors.

Our Approach to Long-term Inpatient Behavioral Healthcare for Youths  

Our 12-bed intermediate care unit is directly partnered with the New Jersey Division of Children and Families. We provide treatment and support to youths in crisis, usually for between 30 and 90 days.

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When to Consider Long-term Inpatient Care 

If your child or loved one has exhibited dangerous thoughts or behaviors but have not found success in a therapeutic group home or short-term inpatient care, a more intensive treatment option may be necessary.  

Intake Options 

If your child or loved one is exhibiting imminently dangerous symptoms, seek help in an Inspira emergency department immediately. Individuals can also be admitted through a traditional intake exam.  

Why Choose Inspira for Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health Care

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