COMMUNITY RESOURCES

CHARITY CARE DETOX CENTERS

St. Michael's  (800) 211-5927
 

Jersey City Medical Center (201) 915-2000 Ext. 2272
 

Straight & Narrow (973) 345-6000 ext 6230

Bergen Regional (201) 967-4000

Christ Hospital (201) 795-8375

MEDICARE DETOX CENTERS

Carrier Clinic Belle Mead (800) 211-5927

ummit    (800) 753-5223

Mt. Carmel  (800) 227-7705

Eagleville  (610) 539-6000

Valley Forge (610) 539-8500

Hunterdon Medical Center (866) 424-2060

St. James Newark (800) 211-5927

Princeton House (609) 497-3355

Bergen Regional (201) 967-4194

Jersey City Medical Center (201) 915-2000 Ext 2272

St. Michael's (800) 211-5927

Christ Hospital (201) 795-8374

New Hope Foundation (732) 946-3030

St. Clare's  (888) 626-2111


MEDICAID DETOX CENTERS

St. James Newark (800) 211-5927

New Visions - A.C. (609) 441-8976

Hunterdon Medical Center (866) 424-2060

Mt. Carmel  (800) 227-7705

Bergen Regional (201) 967-4194

Jersey City Medical Center (201) 915-2000 Ext. 2272

St. Michael's (800) 211-5927

Christ Hospital (201) 795-8374

Princeton House (609) 497-3355

St. Clare's (888) 626-2111


HOTLINES

Addictions Hotline (800) 238-2333

Alcoholic's Anonymous (856) 486-4444

SJ Al-Anon (856) 517-0855

Narcotic's Anonymous (800) 992-0401

PHILADELPHIA CHARITY CARE FUNDING FOR SUBSTANCE ABUSE


ehavioral Health Special Initiative (215) 546-1200
For additional resources visit: 

ww.state.nj.us/humanservices/das/home 

 

NJ DETOX WITH STATE/COUNTY FUNDING

Maryville - Williamstown, NJ
(856) 629-0244 Ext. 312 Mary Cook
*Offers dual diagnosis & detox from ALL substances

Bergen Regional Medical Center
(201) 967-4194 option 1
*Detox from ALL Substances

St. Michael's Hospital - Newark, NJ
(800) 211-5927
*Detox from Heroin & Alcohol ONLY

Christ Hospital
(201) 795-8374
*Alcohol ONLY - Self Pay $800/day

St. Clare's - Denville, NJ
(888) 626-2111
*Detox from ALL substances except Methadone

New Hope Foundation - Freehold, NJ
(732) 946-3030, option 3
*No Benzos, Self-pay on a Sliding Scale

Turning Point - Verona, NJ
(800) 969-7476, option 2
** Detox from ALL substances except Methadone
 

Lighthouse - Mays Landing, NJ
(800) 852-8851
*Gloucester/Atlantic Funding NO Methadone

Sunrise House - Lafayette, NJ
(800) 538-5483, option 1
* NO Methadone $4,565 for 5-day detox

YMCA www.ymca.net

Partnership for Drug Free Kids - www.drugfree.org

NJ Reentry Corporation - The New Jersey Reentry Corporation (NJRC) is a non-profit agency with a social mission to remove all barriers to employment for citizens returning from incarceration.

njreentry.org
Activism 2000 Project

National organization that encourages youth to become involved in community issues related to health, education, the environment, crime and other problems www.youthactivism.com

Americorps

Offers volunteer opportunities in nearly 1000 national or local programs that address community needs in education, public safety, human services, and the environment www.americorps.org

Boys & Girls Clubs of America

Provides programs in leadership development, education and career exploration, financial literacy, health and life skills, the arts, sports, fitness and recreation and family outreach www.bgca.org

Boy Scouts of America

One of the nations largest character-development, and leadership training programs for youth, serving more than 4.6 million young people between 7 and 20 years of age.  www.scouting.org

The College Board

An all-in-one web site that offers information on colleges, scholarships, the SATs, and PSATs, and careers.  www.collegeboard.com

Do Something

A national nonprofit organization that involves young people in activism and community leadership.  www.dosomething.org

Earth Force

Helps young people discover and implement solutions to environmental problems in their communities.  The organization is youth-driven, with a national Youth Advisory Board made up of members ages 10-17.  www.earthforce.org

EPA Student Center

Offers students in middle and high school the chance to explore a wide range of environmental issues, including information on awards, scholarships, internships, club projects, and fun activities.

www.epa.gov/students 

Girl Scouts of America

Girl Scouts is the world’s preeminent organization dedicated solely to girls where character-building and success skills are taught, such as leadership, strong values, social conscience, and conviction about their own potential and self-worth. www.girlscouts.org

Habitat for Humanity

Brings volunteers and communities together to build affordable housing.  It offers a week long service program for high school and college students.  www.habitat.org

Junior Achievement

World’s largest organization dedicated to inspiring and preparing young people to succeed in the global economy.  It offers educational programs that focus on three key content areas: entrepreneurship, work reediness, and financial literacy.  www.ja.org

Mental Health Issues for Kids and Teens

Offers articles, games and book reviews for children and adolescents interested in understanding mental health issues.  Includes information on depression, ADHD, dealing with bullies and disabilities.  www.ncpamd.com

Mind Over Matter

Helps young people learn about the effects of drug abuse on the body and the brain. www.teens.drugabuse.gov

The National Foundation for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE)

Helps young people from low-income communities learn about business and develop their entrepreneurial skills.  www.nfte.com

The National Mentoring Partnership

A national organization working to expand mentoring opportunities for young people.  The web site helps young people find a mentor.  www.mentoring.org

SSC: Sierra Student Coalition

Offers environmental leadership training programs for high-school students in different cities across the United States.  www.ssc.org

Hope Sheds Light

At HOPE Sheds Light, we are dedicated to educating families on the disease of addiction by creating awareness, providing resources and instilling hope to support a healthier community. http://hopeshedslight.org

City of Angels

COA will offer assistance navigating the treatment system but realizes that successful completion of a treatment program is only the beginning. COA recognizes the difficulties people encounter when returning from treatment and we continue to be available for those in recovery by providing referrals, emotional support, and a safe, drug-free meeting place.

www.cityofangelsnj.org