Service Providers by County

Recovery & Self-Help Centers

The Division funds and supports more than 30 consumer-operated self help and recovery centers around the state.

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Consumer and Recovery Advocate

The Division employs Consumer and Recovery Advocates to help consumers navigate the behavioral health system and achieve and maintain successful wellness and recovery. To speak to a Consumer and Recovery Advocate, call DMHAS at (609) 984-2767.

Doors to Recovery

There are many doors that can lead to recovery from addiction. Find yours.

Choose Your Door

Recovery Support Services

Learn about the New Jersey Addiction Treatment System of Care with our Doors to Recovery video series, featuring the personal stories of three New Jersey residents who confronted addiction in themselves or their immediate families.

Patrick's Story

Tonia's Story

Barbara's Story


Opioid Overdose Recovery Program (OORP)

The intent of the Opioid Overdose Recovery Program (OORP) is to respond to individuals who have been reversed from opioid overdoses (by police, emergency responders, or friends/family) and are subsequently treated at hospital emergency departments as a result of the reversal.  DMHAS, the Governor’s Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse (GCADA) and the Department of Children and Families (DCF) have collaborated to provide funding for the 2-year project.
 
OORP utilizes Recovery Specialists and Patient Navigators to engage the individuals reversed from an opioid overdose to provide non- clinical assistance, recovery supports and appropriate referrals for assessment and substance use disorder treatment.   The Recovery Specialists and Patient Navigators also maintain follow-up with these individuals for a minimum of 8 weeks after the initial contact.  Recovery services provided for these individuals are fundamentally strengths-based.  Additionally, Recovery Coaches and Patient Navigators deliver or assertively link individuals to appropriate and culturally-specific services and provide support and resources throughout the process.  At minimum, recovery specialists are accessible and on-call from Thursday evenings through Monday mornings.
 
OORP is currently in operation in 20 of the state's 21 counties, with the exception of Hunterdon County.

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Housing

The Division funds two primary housing options. Recovery Housing and Supportive Housing.

Recovery Housing

Oxford Houses in New Jersey are democratically run, self-supported, drug-free living environments for clients needing housing during or post-treatment. No direct treatment or clinical services are provided within these homes, but all individual members attend 12-Step meetings and may be encouraged to utilize outside professionals whenever it is likely to enhance recovery from alcoholism.

For more information on Oxford Houses, please contact Christine Scalise at (609) 292-7293 or Christine.Scalise@dhs.state.nj.us.

Supportive Housing

The supportive housing model and services are designed to meet the specific needs of intravenous drug users who are participating in a sterile syringe access program. For this program, supportive housing means housing enriched with services.

For more information on other housing options, please contact Harry Reyes at (609) 984-3209 or Harry.Reyes@dhs.state.nj.us.

 

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Recovery Support Resources

Recovery Support Services (RSSs) are non-clinical services that assist individuals and families to recover from alcohol or drug problems. They include social support, linkage to and coordination among allied service providers, and a full range of services that facilitate recovery and wellness contributing to an improved quality of life. These services can be staged flexibly and may be provided prior to, during, and after treatment. RSSs may be provided in conjunction with treatment, and as separate and distinct services, to individuals and families who desire and need them. RSSs may be delivered by peers, professionals, faith-based and community-based groups, and others.

The following is a limited list of providers and resources that are available to assist those in the recovery community:

A Way to Freedom SHC
29 Trinity Street Newton, NJ
07860
(973) 300-0830
Brighter Days
268 Bennetts Mills Road
Jackson, NJ 08527
(732) 534-9960
Donald Mays, Jr. SHC
204 White Horse Pike
Barrington, NJ 08007
(856) 429-9940
For Us/By Us
40 N. Van Brunt Street
Englewood, NJ 07631
(201) 541-1221
Freedom Trail SHC
166 West Main Street
Somerville, NJ
08876-2204
(908) 722-5778
Getting Together SHC
52 E. Main Street
Flemington, NJ 08822
(908) 806-8202, ext. 1
I.C.E. (Individual Concerted Effort)
4 East Jimmie Leeds Road
Galloway, NJ 08205
(609) 652-3800
Learning and Recovery Center of Wildwood
4404 Pacific Avenue
Wildwood, NJ 08260
(609) 523-7100
Moving Forward SHC
35 Elizabeth St., 2nd Fl., Suite 2A New Brunswick, NJ
08901
(732) 317-2920
Better Future
21 West Washington Avenue Washington, NJ
07882
(908) 835-1180
The C.A.R.E. Center
80 Steiner Avenue
Neptune City, NJ 07753
(732) 455-5358
Esperenza
361-363 Monroe Ave., 1st Floor
Kenilworth, NJ
07033
(908) 272-5296
(Spanish-speaking staff)
Freehold Self-Help Center
17 Bannard St., Suite 22 Freehold, NJ
07728
(732) 625-9485
Hudson County SHC
880 Bergen Ave., Stes 602, 605
Jersey City, NJ
07306
(201) 420-8013
Journey to Wellness
226 Route 37 West, Unit 14
Toms River, NJ
08755
(732) 914-1546
Morris Self-Help Center
1259 Route 46 East, Bldg 4, Door 4D
Parsippany, NJ
07054
(973) 334-2470
New Dimensions
77 West Broadway
Salem, NJ
08079
(856) 417-1987
On Our Own
179 Main Street, Suite 3 Hackensack, NJ 07601 (201) 489-8402
Park Avenue SHC
333 Park Avenue
Plainfield, NJ 07060 (908) 757-1350
The R.I.T.E. Center
693 Main St., Bldg. C Lumberton, NJ 08048 (609) 518-7293
Recovery Center of Eva's Village
16 Spring Street
Paterson, NJ 07501
(973) 754-6780
Social Connections
1 Westervelt Place
Vanderhoef House
Clifton, NJ
07011
(973) 778-8810
Up Your Alley
8 Liberty Street
Glassboro, NJ
08028
(856) 881-2204
Wellness SHC of Camden City
415 Federal St.
Camden, NJ
08103
(856) 757-0385

Where Peaceful Waters Flow
Collaborative Support Program
47 Cleveland Street
Orange, NJ
07050
(973) 677-7700

New Horizons
635 South Myrtle Street
Vineland, NJ
08360
(856) 696-8921
New Beginnings SHC
516 Morris Avenue - 1st floor
Elizabeth, NJ
07208
(908) 352-7830
Our House SHC
750 Broadway
Paterson, NJ
07514
(973) 553-1101
Pleasant Moments
Collaborative Support Program
465 Broadway
Newark, NJ
07104
(973) 991-2773
Reach Out/Speak Out
2100 E. State Street Extension
Hamilton, NJ
08619
(609) 586-2551
Riverbank SHC
114 Delaware Avenue
Burlington, NJ
08016
(609) 239-1786
       
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Supported Employment Services

Competitive work in integrated work settings for mentally ill individuals for whom competitive employment has not traditionally occurred or has been interrupted or intermittent as a result of a severe disability and who, because of the nature and severity of their disability, need intensive supported employment services and extended support services.

Atlanticare Behavioral Health
2511 Fire Road, Suite B-10
Egg Harbor Twp., NJ
08234
(609) 348-1468
Bridgeway Sussex
93 Stickles Pond Road
Newton, NJ
07860
(973) 383-8670
Bridgeway House
1023 Commerce Street
Elizabeth, NJ
07208
(908) 687-9666
Catholic Charities - Archdiocese of Newark
2201 Bergenline Avenue, 3rd Floor
Union City, NJ 07087
(201) 558-3789
Care Plus Center for Primary and Behavioral Health
610 Valley Health Plaza
Paramus, NJ 07652
(201) 265-8200
CPC Behavioral Healthcare
Aberdeen Counseling Center
1088 Highway 34
Aberdeen, NJ 07747
(732) 290-1700
Catholic Charities - Diocese of Trenton
10 Southard Street
Trenton, NJ 08609
(609) 393-8912

Delaware House
25 Ikea Drive
Westampton, NJ 08060 (609) 267-9339
Family Guidance Center of Warren County
492 Route 57W
Washington, NJ 07882
(908) 689-1000
Hunterdon Medical Center Behavioral Health
2100 Wescott Drive
Flemington, NJ 08822
(908) 788-6401
Jersey Cape Diagnostic, Training & Opportunity Center
1121 Route 47
Rio Grande, NJ 08242
(609) 889-0803
Mental Health Association of Southwestern NJ
217 Blackhorse Pike
Haddon Heights, NJ
08035
(856) 522-0639
Mental Health Association of Essex County
60 Evergreen Place, Suite 401
East Orange, NJ 07017
(973) 395-1000, ext. 401
Mid-Atlantic States Career Center
111 S. Broadway
Pennsville, NJ 08070 (856) 514-2138
New Point Behavioral Health Care
Beacon Division
200 Hollydell Drive
Sewell, NJ
08080
(856) 848-8054
Preferred Behavioral Health of NJ
725 Airport Road
Lakewood, NJ
08701
(732) 367-5439
Richard Hall CMHC
500 North Bridge Street
Bridgewater, NJ 08807 (908) 725-2800
St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center
645 Main Street
Paterson, NJ 07503
(973) 754-8611
St. Clare's Behavioral Health Center 50 Morris Avenue Denville, NJ 07834 (973) 6025-7045  
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Supported Education

Provides direct services and support in educational coaching so that consumers may enter and succeed in educational opportunities. SED also serves as an information clearinghouse for consumers, families, colleges, and providers within a geographical area. Direct service may include the provisions of supported educational coaching services provided directly to the consumer in the educational setting. The services also include enrollment and registration assistance, teaching study skills, illness management and recovery skills particularly related to school, assistance and advocacy in obtaining "reasonable accommodations" from the school.

Essex, Hudson, Middlesex & Union Counties
Bridgeway Rehabilitation Services
1023 Commerce Avenue, 2nd Floor
Union, NJ 07083
(908) 687-9666

Bergen, Morris & Passaic Counties
St. Clare's Health System
50 Morris Avenue
Denville, NJ 07834
(973) 625-7070

Camden & Gloucester Counties
Mental Health Association of Southwest NJ
217 Black Horse Pike
Haddon Heights, NJ 08035
(856) 522-0639, ext. 205

Atlantic, Monmouth & Ocean Counties
Preferred Behavioral Health of NJ
725 Airport Road
Lakewood, NJ 08701
(732) 367-5439

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Last Reviewed: 10/2/2017