117-119 Roosevelt Avenue
Plainfield, NJ 07060
908-756-6870

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CenterPath Wellness is a 501©3 private, not-for-profit community mental health clinic providing mental health, addictions, and wellness and recovery services to the residents of Union County and North Plainfield since 1944. (Formerly UCPC Behavioral Health Care)

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We partner with and assist families, children and adults facing the challenges of understanding and maintaining optimal mental health so that they will think and feel their best while working, learning and living in our community.

 

Our expert staff of therapists, psychiatrists, nurses, counselors and support staff value professionalism, customer service, compassion, privacy and clinical excellence in person-centered treatment so our clients have an outstanding experience with a positive outcome. Clients are initially seen for an intake assessment, of which the level of care and course of treatment are based.

 

We provide treatment services through various programs: Adult Partial Care; Adult Intensive Outpatient; and Adult and Children Outpatient.

 

Our Co-Occurring Program for Recovery (CPR), and our MICA (Mentally Ill Chemically Addicted) treatment services are available to assist client who struggle with not only their mental health but also with addictions.

 

CenterPath Wellness currently serves approximately 1600 adults, children and families per year.

 

The duration and frequency of treatment is based on the nature and severity of his/her presenting problem(s).

ABOUT

DID YOU KNOW?

  • At any given time, over 57.7 million people in the US are diagnosed with a mental illness. That means you, a family member, or someone you care has a statistically significant chance to develop a mental illness or experience a major life stressor for which they need professional help.

  • According to the National Institute of Mental Health, one out of every four people struggles with a mental illness and 17.5 million of these suffer from depression.

  • Mental illness is the leading cause of disability in American adults aged 15-44.

  • In the US, someone commits suicide every 13.7 minutes. On the average, 105.1 people kill themselves every day
    (Suicide Data: 2010).