Richard Hall Community Health & Wellness Center

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In Case of a Psychiatric Emergency, Please contact Psychiatric Emergency Screening Services (Bridgeway PESS) at 908-526-4100. This service can be accessed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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  • Richard Hall is providing access to services via in person or telehealth. 
  • Individuals needing refills can call 908 253-3171.
  • Clients are being seen in person as recommended by their Clinician/Prescriber. If you are scheduled for an in-person appointment, arrive 15 minutes prior to scheduled appointment time.
  • Please call the Access Center for an appointment (908) 253-3165.

Remember you are not alone; we are ready to help you and your loved ones.

Phone Supports


Phone Number

Type of Support

Peer Recovery Warmline

(Mon-Fri 8AM-10PM; Sat-Sun 5 PM-10PM; Holidays 3PM-10PM)


Peer-run service providing telephone support to mental health consumers as they work towards their recovery.

Bridgeway PESS


Crisis Intervention, Stabilization, Crisis Hotline, Family Crisis Services, Mobile Outreach

NAMI Text (24/7)

NAMI Helpline
(M-F 10 AM - 6 PM ET)

Crisis: Text NAMI to 741741

Helpline: 1-800-950-NAMI (6264)

NAMI Crisis Text Line

Helpline is a warmline to provide sympathy, support and local resources

Suicide Prevention Lifeline (24/7 phone support)

1-800-273-8255 with a specialized Crisis Line for Veterans: Press 1

24/7 free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones

NJ Hopeline (24/7 phone support)


“Need someone to talk to? We are here to help.”

Crisis Text Line (24/7 text support)

Text HOME to 741741

Crisis counseling via text available 24/7

2NDFLOOR – for Youth (24/7 call or text)


Confidential/anonymous helpline 24/7; CALL/TEXT

The Trevor Project – for Youth (call or text 24/7)


TrevorText; Text 678678

24/7 support for LGBTQ youth in crisis, feeling suicidal, or in need of a safe and judgment-free place to talk.

NJ Poison Control Center and COVID Hotline (24/7)

1-800-222-1222 or

24/7 Hotline for COVID-19 questions

Mental Health CARES Helpline 7 days per week, 8 am - 8 pm

(866) 202-HELP (4357)

Free helpline offering emotional support, information and assistance

Reach NJ (24/7)


24/7 hotline to get persons living with addition help

NJ IME Addictions Access Center(24/7)


24/7 assistance and referral to treatment for substance use

Online Supports and Meetings



Type of Support

New Jersey Self-Help Group Clearinghouse


Online and In-Person Self-Help Group Resource Guide

SMART Recovery

Online Peer Support Community

Unity Recovery

7 days/week at 9am, 12pm, 3pm and 9pm


In The Rooms

Online Recovery Support Meetings

NAMI NJ Online weekly support groups

Alcoholics Anonymous 

Online 12-Step Resources and Meetings

Narcotics Anonymous

Online 12-Step Resources and Meetings

Nicci Spinazzola, Executive Director

Phone:           908-725-2800
500 North Bridge Street, Bridgewater, NJ 08807


  • Comprehensive community Health and Wellness Center dedicated to the prevention, early detection, and treatment of mental health, co-occurring/mental health and substance use issues, and serious emotional and behavioral problems.
  • A wide range of services are provided on a sliding fee scale for county residents. Services include outpatient counseling for adults, adolescents, and children; intensive outpatient programming for adults with co-occurring (mental health/substance use) disorders; Traumatic Loss Coalition for Youth providing consultation and outreach following a traumatic event or sudden loss in schools and in the community; supported employment and outreach to the homeless mentally ill through Project Outreach
  • Integrated Medical and Dental services provided on-site by Zufall Health 
  • Variety of Wellness Programs including our wellness room equipped with stationary bikes; tread mills; rowing machine; yoga; mindfulness; art and music; gardening and equine assisted therapy. 


Richard Hall Community Health and Wellness Center is a welcoming and inclusive behavioral health organization that is recovery oriented and person-centered, and provides a safe and nurturing environment to promote an individual’s right to self-determination, and a healthy mind and body. 


To be a leader in integrated health care; to build a community that supports opportunities to grow and promotes recovery toward the highest quality of life for those we serve.


Our focus is on care and service to individuals through:

Safety:  where our physical setting is safe and interpersonal interactions promote a sense of safety as defined by those served, is maintained as a high priority.

Trustworthiness and Transparency: where decisions are conducted with transparency with the goal of building and maintaining trust with individuals, family members and staff.

Peer Support and Mutual Self-Help:  where the key vehicles for establishing safety and hope, building trust, enhancing collaboration, and utilizing individuals stories and lived experience promote recovery and healing.

Collaboration and Mutuality: where importance is placed on leveling out the power differences between individuals on all levels, demonstrating that healing happens in relationships and in the meaningful sharing of power and decision-making.

Empowerment, Voice and Choice: where the welfare of the individuals we serve comes first. We work with individuals where they are by identifying their strengths, recognizing their resilience and the ability to grow, heal and promote recovery from trauma in individuals, organizations, and communities.

Culture, History and Gender: where we actively move past cultural stereotypes and biases, offer access to gender responsive services; leverage the healing value of traditional cultural connections; incorporate policies, protocols, and processes that are responsive to the racial, ethnic and cultural needs of individuals served.