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Hampton Behavioral Health Center offers behavioral health and chemical dependency treatment for adolescents, young adults, adults and seniors at our inpatient and three outpatient facilities.
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Inpatient Treatment

The inpatient programs at Hampton Behavioral Health Center provide a structured environment where behavior and medication can be closely monitored for patients with acute behavioral health symptoms.

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Outpatient Treatment

Hampton Counseling Center offers less restrictive outpatient counseling services in a supportive atmosphere for adolescents, adults and older adults with mental health and substance use issues.

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Admissions

Hampton Behavioral Health Center serves individuals from varying walks of life with varying needs. Visit our Admissions page to learn about our individualized assessment and admissions process, in which a treatment plan is formulated centered around the needs of each patient.

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Visiting Hours

Hampton Behavioral Health Center encourages family engagement and visitation during treatment. However, for the well-being and security of our patients, we have specific visiting hours and a structured set of rules and conduct we ask all visitors to abide by.

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News

Stay up to date with Hampton Behavioral Health Center and read more about our hospital on our News page. The page contains articles and information about recent events, awards and more at Hampton Behavioral Health Center.

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Welcome from CEO

Read a letter from the CEO of Hampton Behavioral Health Center, Craig Hilton, welcoming you to Hampton Behavioral Health Center. Craig illustrates our mission to provide quality care to every patient that walks through our doors.

A Message to our Community from our CEO

Social connectedness is key. At a time when connectedness has been challenged beyond our imagination, all Americans play a role in suicide prevention. September marks Suicide Prevention Month. Just as we are protecting our physical health right now, we must also take care of our mental health as we navigate this pandemic.

Help is available. As your trusted behavioral healthcare provider right here in Westampton Township, Burlington County, our team at Hampton Behavior Health Center is dedicated to changing the national narrative about suicide in a manner that promotes hope, resiliency, connectedness and recovery. Mental health services, evidence-based treatments and support are available – through both in-person and virtual platforms.

Know someone who may need help? Reach out. Direct them to a Crisis Line or to a Behavioral Health provider. In case of emergency, call 911. We all have a role to play in suicide prevention, not only during the month of September but all year long.

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Services

Hampton Behavioral Health Center’s adolescent treatment programs help adolescents, ages 12–17, develop constructive ways to cope with mental health issues.

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Hampton Behavioral Health Center offers services to young adults, aged 18–26, to help them overcome the challenges they may be facing.

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Hampton Behavioral Health Center provides adults with the ongoing guidance and treatment they need for recovery.

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Hampton Behavioral Health Center’s goal is to help older adults regain a sense of independence and self-esteem.

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Individuals needing a short-term treatment option as either a step down from inpatient or as an alternative to inpatient could benefit from Hampton’s Partial Hospitalization Program.

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Our Intensive Outpatient Program utilizes a multidisciplinary team approach to work with individuals who need extensive services without the intensity of a higher level of care.

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Patient Stories

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Each year we ask our staff to nominate exceptional nurses for DAISY Awards as part of our Nurses Week. Our first Award Winner is Cheryn M., nominated by her unit manager and unit PA. They state. "She is an excellent clinician and has a great sense of what patients need – sometimes it is calmness, humor or at times, structured redirection. It is always clear that whatever is needed, Cheryn does it out of concern and with respect.” Thank you Cheryn for all you do for your patients here at Hampton!Started 1999 in memory of Patrick Barnes who died at age 33, his family were so touched by the care Pat had from his nurses that we decided to say THANK YOU TO NURSES for the care they give their patients at the bedside every day. Visit www.DAISYfoundation.org. ...
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Register now for our free upcoming event on June 8th hosted byHampton Health Behavioral Center and Summit Oaks Hospital!For many, COVID has changed their home and professional lives and altered their ability to maintain a healthy life/work balance. This webinar will examine the impact of COVID, tech dependence and isolation on your professional and personal life. Join us to learn specific strategies you canundertake to reestablish boundaries in life and work, regain control over your tech use and even find time for self-care as you approach normalcy in the post COVID world.To join, please register online:bit.ly/RegistrationBreakingUpWithTechnologyFeel free to share with your friends and colleagues! ...
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Hampton Behavioral Health Center

Hampton Behavioral Health Center

650 Rancocas Rd, Westampton, NJ 08060Contact Us
Local Phone: 609-267-7000Toll-Free Phone: 800-603-6767