About Us

Joint Commission


Carrier Clinic is accredited by the Joint Commission, and is a member of the New Jersey Hospital Association (NJHA), the New Jersey Association of Mental Health Agencies (NJMHA), the American Hospital Association (AHA), the National Association of Psychiatric Health Systems (NAPHS), the Somerset County Business Partnership and the Princeton Chamber of Commerce.

Carrier Clinic Mental Health Programs


Inpatient Psychiatric Programs and Hospitalization


Adolescent & Teen Psychiatric (ages 12-18):
Treatment for emotional, psychiatric and behavioral issues that can often be coupled with substance abuse addiction issues during this tender stage of life.

General Adult Psychiatric & Dual Diagnosis:
Short-term crisis stabilization for adults struggling with psychiatric or emotional difficulties, as well as resulting addiction.

Psychiatric Acute Care:
Specializing in the bio-psycho-social treatment and stabilization of people with acute psychiatric conditions (any mental illness requiring immediate treatment).

Older Adult Psychiatric & Dual Diagnosis (ages 60+):
Specialty treatment for older adults suffering from psychiatric illness with acute behavioral changes, neurological and/or emotional conditions relating to major depression, bipolar or anxiety disorder, schizophrenia, Alzheimer’s, and other types of dementia.

Residential, Outpatient, Rehab, and Other Services


Substance Abuse Treatment:
The Blake Recovery Center at Carrier Clinic offers inpatient treatment and an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP). This is specialized treatment to detoxify and/or rehabilitate those suffering from the biological and psychological symptoms of drug or alcohol addiction.

Adolescent/Teen Residential Treatment:
East Mountain Youth Lodge: A comprehensive clinical, therapeutic and educational treatment program for patients age 13-18 with psychiatric and/or emotional difficulties.

Adolescent/Teen Special Education:
East Mountain School: A state-approved private special education school for 7 through 12th-grade students classified as emotionally disturbed or as having behavioral disorders.

Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT):
Electroconvulsive therapy treatment is proven effective for severe depression and other psychiatric conditions. ECT is offered as both an inpatient and outpatient service.

Free Mental Health Programs & Groups:
Free mental health and addiction groups and services are offered throughout the year for patients, family, and the community. Contact Us/Request Info.