SERV Behavioral Health System

Transitional Housing
Clifton, NJ
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777 Bloomfield Avenue,
Clifton, NJ - 07012

(973) 594-0125 Click to call There is 1 review. Scroll down to see it. accesstocare@servbhs.org Website Donate Go to Facebook

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About SERV Behavioral Health System

The SERV Foundation raises funds to provide financial support to the SERV Family of Companies through partnerships with individuals and organizations. They develop awareness, activate volunteerism, and increase funding for exceptional, innovative and humane programs. Their programs serve individuals who struggle with debilitating mental illness or developmental disability, their families and the community at large.  SERV is a private, nonprofit behavioral healthcare organization serving adults and children throughout NJ.

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Anonymous - Sep 9, 2019

I'm looking for an oxfrd housing in Passaic county & was wondering if you were able to help me out with that ?

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