Operation Helping Hands at PR’s Recovery Center

Prevention Resources’ Recovery Center, led in partnership by Hunterdon County Prosecutor’s Office, will be launching a bi-monthly Open House. These Open House events will provide On-Site Substance Use Recovery Coaching Services and opportunities for residents to learn about local resources and harm reduction, including Naloxone trainings. PR’s Recovery Center provides a warm and welcoming support for those in Substance Use Recovery as well as Loved Ones, serving Hunterdon, Somerset, and Warren Counties. WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS | 5:00 PM – 9:00 PM 908-782-3909 (Prevention Resources, HQ) This is an Feature List Item that is part of an Feature List. Notice the …

START (Steps to Action Recovery and Treatment)

Download Publication FREE: START (Steps to Action Recovery and Treatment) NEW JERSEY HOTLINES ReachNJ 1-844-REACH-NJ (1-844-732-2465) // Serves to simplify the process for those seeking help from addiction. www.ReachNJ.gov NJ ADDICTION SERVICES HOTLINE  844-276-2777  //  Provides information and referral to substance use treatment statewide. NJ CONNECT FOR RECOVERY 855-652-3737  //  Dedicated to opioid addiction, serves both the person struggling with addiction as well as their loved ones. NJ MENTALHEALTHCARES 866-202-4357  //  Directs callers to appropriate service entry points. 2NDFLOOR 888-222-2228  //  Confidential and anonymous helpline for New Jersey’s young people. N.J. HOPE LINE 855-654-6735  //  Peer Support and Suicide Prevention Hotline CHANGE STARTS HERE. Reducing stigma and breaking barriers to build a stronger, healthier community. BACKGROUND ON START In partnership with Hunterdon County Prosecutor’s Office, and Hunterdon County Chief’s Association, Safe Communities Coalition created S.T.A.R.T. (Steps To Action Recovery and Treatment) initiative. START was first designed as a tool to bridge the treatment gap and prevent overdose, and has since become a symbol of reliable resources and information. ONE VOICE The goal of One Voice is to create social level change in reducing substance use through our faith communities. Annual launch includes a weekend of shared messaging into the community, led by faith leaders, with “one voice”.