• Wall Township High School - Student Assistance Program
    Student Assistance Counselor Referral List

    Email me at [email protected] for more information.

    Please go to LINKS for more support Information and RCOVID-19 information. ​​​​​​​     There are two LINKS pages to choose from Main/Resources.

    Emotional Wellbeing During the COVID-19 Outbreak


    NJ Mental Health Cares (866)-202-HELP (4357) for free & confidential support Contact between 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. daily to speak to a specialist



    NJ Hopeline  1-855-654-6735.

    The NJ Hopeline has specialists available 24/7 who offer counseling and support over the phone.


    2nd Floor Youth Helpline: 1-888-222-2228 (call or text).

    2NDFLOOR is a confidential helpline for New Jersey’s youth that helps find solutions to problems they face at home, at school, or at play.

    Mental Health Association of Monmouth County      732-542-6422
    Monmouth County Mental Health Board    732-431-7200
    United Way, First Call For Help   211
    PerformCare (children and families)    1-877-652-7624
    Monmouth ResourceNet    www.monmouthresourcenet.org
    Perform Care Children's System of Care: http://www.performcarenj.org/index.aspx
    For Assistance 1-877-652-7624
    Mobile Response Through the NJ DCBHS System of Care.
    For access to Mobile Response services call: 1-877-652-7624
    Administrative offices: 270 Highway 35 Red Bank, NJ 07701 (732) 842-2000

    Children's Mobile Response and Stabilization Services (CMRSS) offer crisis de-escalation, safety planning and case management supports to children and families in Monmouth County.

    Children's Mobile Response & Stabilization Program is still open and available to help youth and families struggling with behavioral or mental health challenges.  We have a full team available to connect with families and to provide case management, support and service linkage during this difficult time.  We can still link families and youth with in-home counselors who can provide intensive counseling.  We have a handful of therapists that will still go out in person to the families home if they prefer and we also have numerous therapists who will provide tele-therapy through video chat or telephone calls.

    Our Mobile Response Team now more than ever is available to help families get through difficult times.  The Mobile Response workers provide weekly check-ins with families and are able to help keep all the services providers connected.

    Families can call CMRSS 24 hours a day, 7 days a weeks for assistance for youth with:
    • Emotional and behavioral disorders
    • School attendance or behavioral concerns
    • Substance use
    • Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities

    Case management and in-home services are available to families through State funding.

    All calls to CMRSS are administrated through PerformCare.