Substance Use Disorder Resources

Information/Referral Services

Open Door Recovery Center of Hunterdon County

A recovery center provided by Prevention Resources, Inc. that provides opportunities for social networking, substance-free activities, peer-support groups, and linkage to further services. Visit their website. Call: (908) 864-2940

Speak with a Recovery Advocate

A Recovery Advocate promotes recovery and removes barriers and obstacles to recovery, serving as a personal guide and mentor for people seeking or already in recovery from an addiction to alcohol and or other drugs.

Amy Hicks– Open Door Recovery Advocate

Call : 908-520-6812

Matteo Giles– Open Door Recovery Advocate

Call : 908-540-0281

Keith Schwartz– Open Door Recovery Advocate

Call : 908-418-4681

Mark Wixler– Open Door Recovery Advocate

Call : 908-540-0276

Jose Figueroa– Bilingual Open Door Recovery Advocate

Call : 908-540-0345

RecoverWE was developed to help individuals who use substances connect to the resources they may need at any stage in the recovery process. Resources for family members and allies of individuals with substance use are also provided. Navigating recovery and knowing where to turn can be overwhelming; WE are here for you!

This app is available for free on Apple and Android devices. Click here to download

ATLAS (addiction treatment locator, assessment and standards platform) was created to help people search for and compare addiction treatment facilities to find high-quality care for themselves or their loved ones. Visit their website.

Narcan (also known as Naloxone), the antidote that can reverse opioid overdoses, is now available FREE of charge at participating New Jersey pharmacies to anyone 14-years-old and older.

Click Here to Access the Participating Pharmacy Locator

Hunterdon County

Adolescent Intensive Outpatient Program

Hunterdon Healthcare is serving adolescents 12-18 struggling with depression, anxiety, suicidal thoughts, self harm, homicidal thoughts, mood disorders and substance use. Visit our website. Call: (908) 788-6401 option 4

Hope One

Provides education, resources, and outreach to individuals and families. Promoting a “Stigma Free” environment. Call the Hunterdon County Department of Human Services: 908-788- 1253 or 908-806-4148 Email:

Northern New Jersey AA Meeting Information

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is a free confidential hotline for support and also provides resources and meeting information to help those recovering from alcoholism. The Northern New Jersey AA Intergroup serves Bergen, Essex, Hudson, Hunterdon, Middlesex, Monmouth, Morris, Ocean, Passaic, Somerset, Sussex, Union and Warren Counties. Visit their website. Call: (908) 687-8566

Early Intervention Support Services

Early Intervention Support Services (EISS) is a short term, intensive treatment model designed to help stabilize consumers who are experiencing a mental health crisis. EISS provides a professional and proven alternative to Emergency Department visits and in-patient psychiatric admissions. Patients must be initiated to receive Suboxone treatment. Call: (908) 358-6175

Emergency Mental Health Services

Provides high-quality, comprehensive mental health and addiction services. We diagnose, treat and care for adolescents and adults with mental illness, emotional difficulties or addiction. Visit their website. Call: (908) 788-6400

Hunterdon Behavioral Health

Provides high-quality, comprehensive mental health and addiction services. We diagnose, treat and care for adolescents and adults with mental illness, emotional difficulties or addiction. Visit their website. Call: (908) 788-6400

Hunterdon County Family Crisis Intervention Unit

Provides immediate crisis counseling to stabilize family crises, such as family conflict, runaways, threat to the juvenile’s emotional and physical well-being and truancy. Visit their website. Call: (908) 788-6401

Hunterdon County Municipal Alliances

Comprising mostly of volunteers, the Alliances were established in order to assess the needs of the community while developing and implementing plans which focus on the importance of substance misuse prevention programs. The Hunterdon County Municipal Alliance (HCMA) is a group made up of five regions that serve the Central, Del Val, North, South, and Voorhees areas of Hunterdon County. Visit their website

TriCounty Care Management Organization

In affiliation with our system of care and community partners, we bring together resources to meet the current needs of children and their families with complex behavioral, emotional, social, and mental health challenges. Visit their website. Call: (908) 526-3900

New Jersey & National Resources

2nd Floor Youth Helpline

2NDFLOOR is a 24/7 confidential and anonymous helpline for New Jersey’s youth and young adults. Visit their websiteCall or text: (888) 222-2228

AA Meeting Information

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is a free confidential hotline for support and also provides resources and meeting information to help those recovering from alcoholism. Visit their website. Call: (908) 687-8566


An information and referral hotline for New Jersey residents with alcohol and drug problems. Visit their website. Call: (800) 322-5525

CDC on Tobacco, Smoking and Vaping

Promoting tobacco control interventions, including actions to prevent youth from starting to use tobacco, smoke-free environments, programs to help tobacco users quit, and steps to eliminate tobacco-related health disparities in different population groups. Visit their website. Call: (800) 232-4636

Crisis Textline

Crisis Text Line is for any crisis. A live, trained Crisis Counselor receives the text and responds, all from our secure online platform. The volunteer Crisis Counselor will help you move from a hot moment to a cool moment. Visit their website. Text HOME to: 741741

Detox Local

Detox Local features a nationwide directory of medical detox providers. You can browse these SAMSHA-verified facilities by state, zip code, or by using the interactive map.  Visit their website. Call: (866) 640-2212

New Jersey Child Assault Prevention Program

The NJ Child Assault Prevention Project (NJCAP) is a statewide child assault prevention program. NJCAP is a project of the NJ Department of Children and Families (DCF). NJCAP has trained over four million children, parents, and teachers to prevent peer abuse and bullying. If you are interested in further information on NJCAP please visit or contact your county’s coordinator at

New Jersey Harm Reduction Coalition (NJHRC)

New Jersey Harm Reduction Coalition (NJHRC) works to create a New Jersey that values the safety and dignity of all people who use drugs. The coalition offers naloxone & fentanyl test strips in person & via USPS. Visit their website. Call the hotline: 877-4-NARCAN

Live Another Day

Live Another Day is a small, tight knit group of business professionals and clinicians who have invested thousands of hours towards creating a one of a kind directory. We’ve evaluated over 14,000 treatment providers throughout the country and only listed the centers that meet our standards for high quality care. Visit their website. Call: (866) 720-1044

National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism

The mission of the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism is to generate and disseminate fundamental knowledge about the effects of alcohol on health and well-being, and apply that knowledge to improve diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of alcohol-related problems, including alcohol use disorder, across the lifespan. Visit their website. Call: (301) 443-3860

NA Meeting Information

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) is a free confidential hotline for support and also provides resources and meeting information to help those recovering from drug abuse. Visit their website. Call: (732) 933-0462

NJ Addiction Services Hotline

A trained addictions specialist will help to educate, assist, and refer individuals and families who may be battling addictions. Visit their website. Call: (844) 276-2777

NJ Connect for Recovery

A free, confidential call line focused on helping family members and friends coping with a loved one’s substance use disorder. We provide emotional support, education, ongoing family and peer guidance and access to treatment options through REACHNJ. Calls are answered live through our call line at 855-652-3737 from 8 am–10pm on weekdays, 5 pm–10pm on weekends, and 3pm–10 pm on holidays. Call 855-652-3737 for immediate guidance and support and get your substance use disorder questions answered. Visit their website.

NJ Hopeline

Provides ongoing, focused support with regular contact until you connect with a formal treatment service or until the crisis resolves. Visit their website. Call: 8556546735

NJ Self-Help Group Clearinghouse

The mission of the Clearinghouse is to help people find and form all types of self-help support groups in order to provide hope, strength and experience to those in need in order to not feel alone. Visit their website. Call: (800) 367-6274

NJ Mental Health Cares Hotline

Provides telephone counseling, information and referral and assistance in helping to get the behavioral health services needed by you or a loved one. Visit their website. Call: (866) 202-4357

NJ211 Need Help?

You will be communicating with a community resource specialist who has been educated about federal, state and local systems created to help people who are struggling. Our specialists have access to a resource database of over 8,800 community programs and services that assist people who need help with life’s most basic needs. Visit their website. Call: 211 or text your zip code to 898211


ReachNJ connects individuals who need counseling to live, trained addiction experts who answer the 24-hours-a-day, 7-days-a-week hotline and get callers help, regardless of their insurance status. Visit their website. Call: 1-877-ReachNJ

SAMHSA National Helpline

A free, confidential, 24/7, 365-day-a-year treatment referral and information service (in English and Spanish) for individuals and families facing mental and/or substance use disorders. Visit their website. Call: (800) 622-4357

SAMHSA Treatment Locator

A confidential and anonymous source of information for persons seeking treatment facilities in the United States or U.S. Territories for substance use/addiction and/or mental health problems. Visit their website.

New Jersey Poison Control

Helps in the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of poisoning for the general public and healthcare professionals across the state. Visit their website. Call: (800) 222-1222 or text (973) 339-0702