Princeton House Behavioral Health Annouces Opening of New Hamilton Facility
Feb 14, 2008
Princeton House Behavioral Health (PHBH) is pleased to announce the opening of its new Hamilton Township offices on 300 Clocktower Drive (at the corner of Kuser and Yardville-Hamilton Square Road).
The 18,000 square-foot facility expands the programs and services of Princeton House in Hamilton, which will relocate from its current 6,000 square-foot facility on Whitehorse-Hamilton Square Road.
The new facility combines mental health and substance abuse diagnosis and treatment services for adults, adolescents and children in a state-of-the-art environment.
"Princeton House Behavioral Health is dedicated to providing the highest level of skilled and compassionate care for people who need psychiatric support, have chemical dependencies or who struggle with a combination of emotional difficulties and addiction," said David Samuels, MS, director of the Hamilton facility. "This new facility will enable us to have an even greater positive impact in the Hamilton community.
"New programs that the facility will offer in Hamilton include a partial hospital program for children and an acute psychiatric partial hospital program for adults, each with intensive outpatient step-down programs.
The new facility will also continue programs that had been previously available from the former Hamilton site. These include an adolescent psychiatric partial hospital program, after-school outpatient programs for adolescents, adult addiction programs, and partial hospital and intensive outpatient programs for adults with a concurrent psychiatric and addiction issues.
For additional information about the services of PHBH in Hamilton, please call 609.586.4788.