After a frantic search publicized by social media, the missing 17-year-old daughter of TV personality Rosie O'Donnell was found safe. While it was believed she was in Rockland County or NYC, Chelsea O'Donnell was found in Barnegat, NJ.

Yesterday, Rosie O'Donnell used social media and her personal website to ask for help in finding her 17-year-old daughter, who had been missing for a week. The girl was last seen in Nyack, NY, with her therapy dog Bear, and Rosie O'Donnell, "Chelsea stopped taking her medicine and is in need of medical attention."

Police apparently tracked her down to the Jersey Shore by pinging her cellphone. The Asbury Park Press reports:

Chelsea was at a home on Village Drive, according to Barnegat Police Lt. Keith Germain. She wasn't forced to be there, and there doesn't appear to be anything criminal about the incident, Germain said.

He declined to give the address, but said officials from Rockland County Sheriff's Office in New York gave them several homes to check out in search of Chelsea.

A Barnegat officer went to the home on Village Drive and spoke to a man who answered the door. The officer noticed the man was acting nervous, Germain said. The officer pressed the man about Chelsea's presence and he relented.

Nyack police told WCBS 880

that "Chelsea was coherent, lucid and that her mental and physical condition appeared to be fine."

Rosie O'Donnell, who lives in South Nyack, spoke to WCBS 2, explaining, "Seven days, she’s been gone and she’s very mentally ill." She didn't think Chelsea was with friends because "She doesn’t have any friends, she’s really not well." O'Donnell's representative Cindi Berger had said, "Chelsea, like millions of people, lives with mental illness. It has been a difficult road for Chelsea and her family and they just want her back safe."

Nyack police added, "There was no argument or anything that was any type of heated situation that led to that. There wasn’t any type of heat of the moment reason why she left."