At SERV we share our experience, support and guidance with children, adults and families as they work to recover from and cope with mental illness, addictions, challenging behaviors, and developmental disabilities.
"Recovery: The awakening of hopes and dreams, and the knowledge to reclaim one's power and achieve one's desires by learning to make choices that bring strength rather than harm. Recovery involves living a meaningful life with the capacity to love and be loved." – William B. Anthony
"The five Recovery Concepts are: Hope, Support, Personal Responsibility, Self-Advocacy and Education." – Mary Ellen Copeland
The SERV Foundation is planning its 13th Annual Wellness & Development Conference on October 10, 2015 at The Pines Manor in Edison.
This daylong conference is being organized, executed and attended by more than 425 SERV consumers, family members and SERV staff in SERV’s 10-county service area in New Jersey.… Read More
Buying a new car? Getting rid of an old one?
SERV Behavioral Health System, Inc. has teamed up with Donate For Charity so you can easily donate your car, boat, RV or other vehicle as a way to help support our cause.
Donate For Charity will arrange for your vehicle… Read More
The SERV Foundation is currently selling Cash Raffle tickets to benefit its Scholarship Fund for consumers. The goal is to raise $15,000. Three winners will receive 25%, 15% and 10% of amount raised.
Tickets are $10 each. The drawing will take place November 16, 2015 at 1 p.m. at SERV's Corporate office. You need not be present to win.
If you are purchasing tickets in the name of a SERV employee, please add that person's name in the "Comment Field" so he/she may get credit for the sale.
THANK YOU AND GOOD LUCK!!
2010: Gary van Nostrand, SERV President/CEO, receives the 2010 Champion Award from Behavioral Healthcare magazine.
2007: The New Jersey Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association presents SERV with the Wellness and Recovery Transformation Award.
2006: SERV receives the 2006 Outstanding Provider of the Year award from the New Jersey Association of Mental Health Agencies.