Meet the OPen Door Recovery Center!
In 2016, Prevention Resources, Inc., identified a community need for greater access to support systems, information, and other resources for persons in recovery from problematic substance use. Open Door Recovery Center of Hunterdon County was opened to help meet this need and further assist individuals in cultivating sustainable long-term recovery.
Open Door Recovery Center uses peer-based approaches within a safe and inclusive environment to support, empower, and provide resources to all persons in recovery from problematic substance use. We provide all attendees with services such as direct peer-to-peer support, peer-support groups, educational workshops, substance free activities and events, wellness planning, linkages to resources, and access to peer recovery coaching.
Open Door Recovery Center also aims to reduce barriers for persons in recovery by decreasing the stigma surrounding substance use disorders in the broader community. This is achieved primarily through hosting community-wide educational events, implementing stigma-free campaigns, and building key partnerships with medical practitioners and law enforcement.
Based out of Prevention Resources’ Center, a historic home in Flemington, NJ, all attendees have access to any of the social services and resources available through the divisions of the agency.
All services, activities, and events provided ensure confidentiality and are at free of cost.
Take a look at our programs
Recovery Dharma uses Buddhist principles to help those in recovery from substance and process addictions. The program is based on the idea that every person is their own guide in recovery, with the help and understanding of their wise friends and sangha (community).
Alcoholics Anonymous is a 12-step program for those who identify as having a problem with drug abuse.
*This group is only open to those who identify as a woman.
All Recovery supports the idea that there are benefits to bringing people together from various pathways of recovery to support one another. All who have been touched by substance use, including friends and family, are welcome to attend.
*Held every Wednesday except on the last Wednesday of the month
Open only to graduates and current participants of the New Jersey State Drug Courts.
*Meets the last Wednesday of every month
Narcotics Anonymous is a 12-step program for those who identify as having a problem with drug abuse.
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Hours of Operation
For more information about the Open Door Recovery Center of Hunterdon please give us a call at 908-517-4664