New MMC Psychiatric Program Provides Alternative to ER Crisis Units

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Gathering at the Early Intervention Support Services program (EISS) open house in July are, from left; Jorge Cagide, administrative director, Behavioral Health Services; Jim Romer, clinical director of the Psychiatric Emergency Screening Service; and Steve Wishman, EISS program coordinator.

Published on September 06, 2013 with No Comments

LONG BRANCH – When major changes or catastrophic life events occur, those with mental illnesses are more susceptible and vulnerable to experiencing crises.

In an effort to provide individuals suffering from significant emotional or psychiatric distress with an additional option for treatment, Monmouth Medical Center has expanded its outpatient behavioral

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