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  • What can I expect on my first day?
  • Who is the Doctor on staff?
  • My medication requires my blood work to be monitored – can you do that?
  • What kind of groups do you offer?
  • What are my funding options?
  • What insurances do you accept?
  • What is Group Therapy?
  • What is Partial Care?
  • What types of mental health professionals are at High Point?
  • What are the services offered at High Point?
  • What makes High Point unique?
What can I expect on my first day?

– High Point Transportation will pick you up at given time range and drive you to program
– Upon arrival you will be given a tour of the building and be told what to expect in your time at program
– Throughout the first day someone will sit down with you to complete your admission paperwork, do
your assessment, set up your schedule, and address and concerns and/or question you might have
– You will be introduced to your case manager
– You will attend counseling groups

What should I bring on my first day?

– A form of ID
– Most recent treatment records
– Medical and psych records
– List of current medications that you’re being prescribed

Who is the Doctor on staff?

High Point is honored to have Dr. Steven Budoff as our consulting physician. The doctor will meet
with new clients within two weeks of their admission to High Point.

My medication requires my blood work to be monitored – can you do that?

Yes. We work with an outside lab called TrueTox* that has a phlebotomist on staff. We are also able to administer and keep track of clients who are on injectable medication.

What kind of groups do you offer?

High Point offers several psych groups that fall under that category of CBT, stress management, emotion
regulation, relapse prevention, and grief and loss.

In addition, there are creative thinking groups such as team building, expressive journalism, and
Art/Music. High Point also offers specialized groups that narrows in on more specifics in mental heal and
addiction such as IMR, trauma, schizophrenia support, and anxiety support.

What are my funding options?
  • Medicaid
  • WFNJ – SAI / BHI
  • DUI
  • Drug Court
  • STORI (State-Funded Opiate Response Initiative)
  • Self-Pay (sliding scale available)
What insurances do you accept?


Optum/United Behavioral Health

Commercial (insurances mostly out of network; please inquire)


What is Group Therapy?

Group therapy provides treatment in a format with participants with related problems. People in group therapy improve not only from the interventions of the Group Facilitator, but also from observing others in the group and receiving feedback from group members.

Unlike individual therapy sessions, group therapy offers participants the opportunity to interact with others with similar issues in a safe, supportive environment. Group therapy can provide  you with feedback from other people and help you realize that  you’re not alone. Members are  encouraged to turn to each other for support, feedback and connection, instead of getting all of that from the Group Facilitator.

Group therapy can  help you relate to others (and yourself) in healthier ways. In addition to strengthening your relationships skills and  reducing isolation , group therapy is especially valuable for  people dealing with depression,  social anxiety and life transitions.

What is Partial Care?

It is an intensive, nonresidential, therapeutic treatment program.  Our program provides clinical treatment services in a stable, trusting environment.

Our Partial Care system provides clients with a highly structured intensive day treatment program. The treatment includes group therapy and support, therapeutic activities to address daily living (ADL) skills, recreation and stabilization needs; psychiatric assessment and medication management; case coordination; and referral, advocacy, and linkage to other services.

What types of mental health professionals are at High Point?

Clinical Social Workers

Typically a clinical social worker will have completed a Master’s degree in social work (MSW) and carry the LCSW designation if they are doing psychotherapy (Licensed Counselor of Social Work). Most programs require the professional to go through thousands of hours of direct clinical experience, and the program focuses on teaching principles of psychotherapy and social work.

​Licensed Professional Counselor

The requirements for this designation, which can be in addition to the professional’s educational degrees, vary from state to state. Most are Master’s level professionals who have had thousands of hours of direct clinical experience.

There are a wealth of other professional designations and initials that follow professionals’ names. Most of these designate a specialty certification or the like, not an educational degree.

The key to choosing which one of these professionals is right for you is to determine what kinds of things are important to you and finding a professional that seems to fit with your needs and personality. Often times, finding the right therapist or mental health professional takes more than one try. You may need to “try on” a few professionals before finding one that feels right to you. Don’t be afraid to do this, as it is your well-being and treatment you’re investing in.

Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CADC)

Licensed by the state, this designation requires a national certification and hundreds of hours in substance abuse/dependence education, in order to meet global competency standards.

Licensed Clinical Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LCADC)

​A LCADC requires a Master’s or Doctoral Degree in any field of social science from a reputable accredited University or College, accomplishment in oral and written Board-prescribed examinations, along with thousands of hours of post-graduate counseling involving alcohol and substance abuse patients.

What are the services offered at High Point?
  • Medication Education
  • Phlebotomist on staff
  • Urine and drug screening provided by TrueTox
  • Housing assistance
  • DVR referrals
  • Social Security program referrals
  • Specialized groups
  • Assistance with Medicaid
  • Assistance with GA and Food Stamps
  • Court advocacy including Drug Court
  • Specialized events, holiday parties, and birthday celebrations 
  • Partnership with Monmouth County Food Pantry Truck “Fulfill”
  • Transportation provided
  • Individual case management and Group Counseling
  • Social and Independent Life Skills Training
  • Creative activities
  • Prevocational services
  • Assistance with Hunterdon County ID
  • Assistance with Hunterdon County Food Bank
What makes High Point unique?

High Point offers a full range of behavioral health outpatient services for mental health
and substance use disorders. The scope of care covers all levels, from partial care to
out-patient. The director and assistant director assess staff to ensure they fit well within
the team. The director is engaged with each client’s case.

Staff receive regular trainings to ensure they are versed with all advances in the
treatment field.

High Point places great importance on clients’ voices. To this end, High Point has a
monthly governance meeting to solicit the views of clients on the care they are receiving
and food they are served.

At the end of each month, High Point celebrates clients who have continued to show
progress with their treatment, sobriety goals, and different goals they are working on
with their counselor.

In addition, we offer transportation for clients in large catchment area. Our drivers
understand that our care begins at the time we pick up a client and lasts until we drop
them off at the end of the day.


High Point supports our clients with mental illness and addiction and sets them on the path to recovery, fulfillment and independence

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162 Broad Street
Flemington, NJ 08822


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