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Supporting Families Of Loved Ones Hospitalized With COVID-19

During this challenging time, we would like to support the family and loved ones of our hospitalized patients with COVID-19.

Current social distancing requirements have created a compelling need for interpersonal support. We invite you to join us with an ongoing telephonic and televideo support group.

The group will run three times a week:

  • Mondays 8:00am-9:00am
  • Wednesdays 6:00pm-7:00pm
  • Fridays 12:00pm-1:00pm

Individuals can choose to attend regularly or as needed 

Groups can be accessed via the Skype for Business app via a smart device or computer, as well as dialing directly on a general phone line to 862-294-0433 and then entering the pin number associated with the group, which is 976457357#.

Questions regarding the group can be directed to

  • Ray Centeno by phone at 973-971-4624 or by email
  • Sean Cullen by phone at 973-567-0006 or by email.

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Coronavirus Grief and Loss Support Group

Have you lost a loved one due to complications of the Coronavirus pandemic? Atlantic Health System offers a forum for you to meet with others experiencing the same grief. 

Time: Wednesdays, 12:00pm-1:00pm, starting April 22, 2020

Place: Zoom Virtual Meetings

To Register: Contact our hotline at 862-260-3199 and press option #3 to speak with a social worker, who will add your name to the invitation. You will need to provide an e-mail address.

At the time of joining the session, you may choose to share only your first name or full name, and to have your video on or off. Your privacy and comfort level is of the utmost importance.

Our team of behavioral health clinicians and social workers will:

  • Provide a safe place for you to express your feelings of bereavement, grief and loss
  • Guide you through the grief process 
  • Connect you with others going through the same experiences
  • Provide resources for personal, one-on-one behavioral health supports