Bergen County Addiction and Recovery Services
Provides information and referral for assessment, outpatient services and intensive outpatient detoxification services, residential treatment, halfway house services and self-help groups
Provides outpatient treatment services to self-referred, court mandated, probation parole, DCPP (Div. of Child Protection & Permanency) intensive outpatient services. Bergen County residents also offered detoxification services, residential treatment, halfway houses services and self-help groups.
ARP helps people with alcohol and/or drug related problems when those problems affect their ability to perform on the job, at home or in society. The goal of the program is to help clients obtain and maintain a sober, drug-free and productive life. The program is completely confidential. Services are provided in a safe and supportive environment. Each client is served with dignity and respect.
Addiction Treatment Programs provide a full range of services for patients ages 18 and over with a primary diagnosis of chemical dependency. Specialized inpatient programs provide medically monitored, safe, controlled, withdrawal from alcohol, opiates, and benzodiazepines. Appropriate patient placement can be determined for those requiring residential, partial hospital, or intensive outpatient programming.
800-245-1377 or 908-687-8566
Volunteers standing by 24 hours a day to help you!
To find a meeting near you in northern NJ go to: https://www.nnjaa.org/intergroup/meeting-finder.html
Narcotics Anonymous is a nonprofit Fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem. We are recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean.
To find a meeting near you in northern NJ go to: http://www.nanj.org/meetings/index.shtml
The NJ Division of Consumer Affairs has developed Project Medicine Drop as an important component of its effort to halt the abuse and diversion of medications anonymously, seven days week 365 days a year at “Prescription Drug Drop Boxes” located within the headquarters of participating police departments. Call your local police department for the location of a drug drop box nearest you.