Crisis Services

Legacy Treatment Services provides a variety of crisis services for children, adults and families. We operate the State-designated Screening Center for Burlington County for children and adults in psychiatric crisis. Our short-term residential program for adults offers services to help those in crisis transition to the community. We recently opened the first adult mental health respite program in the State and we provide support services to help court-referred individuals adhere to treatment. Families in crisis can receive services through both in-home and office-based care.

Counseling Services

Legacy offers counseling, therapy, psychiatry and medication monitoring for a wide range of individuals experiencing life difficulties. We offer services for those who have serious mental illness, children and families referred due to abuse and neglect, adult and adolescent substance abusers, emotionally disturbed youth and individuals involved with the justice system. Counseling services are available for individuals, couples and families of all ages.

Addiction Services

Substance abuse issues can impact all areas of an individual’s life. Legacy Treatment Services works to help adults and adolescents address these issues and live a life free of addiction. Legacy offers outpatient substance abuse counseling, intensive outpatient services, partial care services, services for individuals experiencing co-occurring substance abuse and mental health issues and residential drug and alcohol rehabilitation for adults..

Out of Home Care and Reunification Services

Sometimes children are unable to live at home or have been removed due to abuse and neglect issues. Legacy Treatment Services operates multiple programs that aim to achieve family reunification whenever possible through therapy, case management and parent education. Services include therapeutic foster care placements throughout New Jersey, residential programs in nine counties for youth and a Mercer County community-based reunification program.

Residential/Housing Services

Legacy Treatment Services provides housing support services for youth aging out of the foster care system and mentally ill adults, community residences for children and youth unable to live at home and short-term residential programs for adults suffering from a serious mental illness. We also operate a case management program for mentally ill adults who are homeless or at risk of losing their homes.

Education Services

At Legacy, we recognize that education is an important component to every child’s overall well-being. We operate a certified special education school located in Mount Holly, a school-based support program for Pemberton Township High School students and a Burlington County tutoring program for students in Kindergarten through 8th grade.

Youth Detention Alternatives

Legacy Treatment Services strives to help youth involved with or at risk of becoming involved with the juvenile justice system obtain the supports and services to help them become healthy, contributing members of society. Services include a Home Alternative Release Program, intensive case management, intensive supervision, anger management and life skills. Counseling, psychiatry and medication monitoring are also available for youth.

Developmental Disability Services

Legacy Treatment Services offers a variety of services for developmentally disabled individuals and their families. These include in-home behavioral supports, behavioral support training, in-home clinical and therapeutic services, special education and respite services. Services are available for all ages

Prevention Services

Prevention services can be highly effective in providing education and supports to help address an individual or family’s issue before it escalates to a crisis situation. Legacy Treatment Services offers information and referrals to community services, parent education, life skills training, family activities, community events and advocacy. We also operate a support program for Pemberton High School youth as well as a tutoring program for Burlington County elementary and middle school children.