Following the recommendations of our federal and state governments, Seashore Family Services of NJ is taking the necessary steps to ensure we do not contribute to the spread of COVID19 [Coronavirus]. Effective March, 23, 2020, both locations of Seashore [Brick and Toms River] will be closed to employees and clients for services. We are offering services through teletherapy; video or telephonically.

We are checking voicemails daily and will return any calls in a timely manner.

Our offices will re-open after State authorizes us to do so, and all precautions are in place to keep everyone safe.

If you need immediate assistance, please call (866) 904–4474 or 911
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While we are all experiencing truly confusing and challenging times, please take care of yourself.

Seashore Family Services (SFSNJ)

Seashore Family Services’ mission is to provide a continuum of effective integrated mental health, substance abuse and other counseling and pharmacotherapy services in a supportive, non-judgmental environment to help individuals and families achieve their goals.

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Family Counseling

Since 1972, SFSNJ has been an outstanding provider of counseling services in our communities. Family counseling is based on the idea that a family is a system of different parts. A change in any part of the system will trigger changes in all the other parts. Is family counseling right for you?

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