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

*Due to the rise in COVID19 cases, all programs are currently virtual. Click on any of the programs below to access their Zoom links.

Click here to join virtually.

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.

Open only to graduates and current participants of New Jersey State Recovery Courts. 

*Meets the last Wednesday of every month

Guided by Rocky Schwartz, Certified Yoga Instructor, these sessions support recovery and wellness by calming the mind, creating body awareness, and promoting mindfulness. All persons in recovery, recovery allies, family, and friends are welcome. For link please email Rocky at

Join us on the third Tuesday of every month as we tend to our sacred inner selves in this ongoing series on spirituality! Led by Jennifer Denlinger, a certified Spiritual Director and Small Groups Ministry Facilitator as well as a Family Peer Coach, participants can expect a safe environment that is welcoming of all spiritual practices and journeys. Please contact Jennifer at for link.


*Meets the third Tuesday of every month.

Calling all literature lovers! Join us on the last Thursday of each month for literary adventure, lighthearted discussion, and ongoing comradery! Use this link to join.

 Meeting ID: 821 4062 413

*Meets last Thursday of every month.

The hybrid format Safe Haven LGBTQ+ meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous will be meeting at our location starting on Friday March 18th 2022. The meeting will run from 8-9pm every Friday night. Format will rotate and participation is open to all genders and identities within the LGTBQ+ community. Folks with questions can reach out to Gillian H. at

Download our Welcome Packet

Click here for a PDF file containing more information on our programs and services, including Peer Recovery Coaching and Wellness Planning.

Contact us

Hours of Operation

Monday: 5:00pm-8:30pm

Tuesday: 5:00pm-8:00pm

Wednesday: 5:00pm-8:00pm

Saturday: 2:00pm-6:00pm

For more information about the Open Door Recovery Center of Hunterdon please give us a call at 908-864-2940 or email us at!