On Campus CONCERN EAP1-800-242-7371Hours: Monday through Saturday, with hours on campus by appointment. Employee Assistance ProgramArea Served: William Paterson UniversityEligibility: Faculty, staff and their household members Fees charged: Free The EAP is a service for William Paterson University faculty and staff and their household members. The EAP offers confidential short term counseling and referral for problems ranging from work-related concerns to personal difficulties that affect an individual's everyday life. Trained counselors help with problems such as career issues, child care, elder care, family and workplace relationship problems, finances, health care, mental health, retirement, substance abuse, and Work/Life balance. Off Campus Morris County Prevention is Key/Information & Referral25 West Main StreetRockaway, NJ 07866Phone: (973) 625-1998Email: MCADAMOR@aol.comHours: M-F 9-5Area Served: Morris CountyEligibility: NoneFees Charged: None Information and referral, including referral to drug and alcohol treatment centers. Also offers training and prevention education programs, resource center, literature, and educational materials. Video loan library, public education campaigns; consultation and technical assistance; advocacy; public policy and legislative information. Passaic County Human Svs./Division of Addiction Services401 Grand Street, Rm. 408Paterson, NJ 07505Phone: (973) 881-2793Hours: 8:30 am- 4:30 pm, Mon - FriArea Served: Passaic CountyEligibility: NoneFees Charged: None Provides information and referral about drug and alcohol treatment services. VA NJ Health Care/Substance Abuse Treatment Program385 Tremont Ave.East Orange, NJ 07019Phone: (973) 676-1000 Ext. 2587www.va.gov/facilitiesHours: M-F 8-4:30Area Served: All areasEligibility: Persons with veteran status, must have discharge papers from service; must be honorable dischargeFees Charged: None Inpatient and outpatient programs provide group, individual, and family therapy. There are Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous meetings, films, and lectures on alcoholism, vocational rehabilitation, physical therapy, etc. Al-Anon Information Service73 South Fullerton Ave., 2nd FloorMontclair, NJ 07042-2627Phone: (973) 744-8686, (888) 425-2666 National Al-Anon Office, VirginiaEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgHours: 9 am - 5 pm, Mon - Fri; answering machine after hrs., meetings weeklyArea Served: Northern New JerseyEligibility: Teenage children, age 12-19, of alcoholicsFees Charged: None Peer group support for relatives, friends, and teenage children of alcoholics. Also includes group discussion to solve mutual problems. Meetings held regularly throughout northern NJ, including Morris and Passaic counties. Meeting sites may be obtained by contacting the agency directly. Alcoholics Anonymous2400 Morris Ave.Union, NJ 07083-5706Phone: (908) 687-8566, (973) 824-0555 Spanish speaking, (800) 245-1377 Toll Free in NJEmail: email@example.comHours: Business: 10 am - 6 pm, Mon - Fri. Phone is answered 24 hours, 7 days a week.Area Served: Northern New JerseyEligibility: Persons with the desire to stop drinkingFees Charged: None A fellowship of persons who share their experience, strength and hope with each other so that they may solve their common problems and help others to recover from alcoholism. Each group is self-supporting, is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization or institution and does not engage in any ontroversy nor endorse any cause. The primary purpose is to stay sober and to help other alcoholics achieve sobriety. Open to all ages. MADD/Victim Assistance1 Madison Ave.Morristown, NJ 07960Phone: (973) 538-3888Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgHours: Contact organization for schedule.Area Served: Morris and Passaic CountiesEligibility: Must be the victim of a drunk driver or the surviving family of a victim; convicted offenders attend Victim Impact Panels.Fees Charged: None The victim's roundtable is held to share experiences, grief, and anger as well as to offer support. MADD also offers physical support by attending trials and hearings with victims and advising them of their rights to be informed and to participate. Also holds Victim Impact Panels that convicted drunk driving offenders must attend as mandated by the court. BCDHS/Office on Alcohol and Drug DependencyCourt Plaza SouthHackensack, NJ 07601Phone: (201) 644-3336 Ext. 223.Hours: 9 am - 4:30 pm, Mon - FriArea Served: Bergen CountyEligibility: Persons with alcohol and drug addictions; persons with DWI convictionsAddiction Recovery Program provides outpatient counseling and supervision, educational seminar on alcoholism and drug abuse, and referral services to detoxification units and inpatient alcohol rehabilitation programs. Intoxicated Drivers Resource Center sponsors classes for persons with court-ordered DWI's. Spring House is a halfway house for recovering female alcohol and drug abusers. Cocaine Anonymous Hotline/800 Referral Number3 Bayberry DrivePennsylvania, PA 19008Phone: (800) 347-8998 Automated Line, (212) 929-7302 Northern New JerseyEmail: email@example.comHours: 24 hours, 7 days (after hours is answering service)Area Served: New JerseyThe Cocaine Anonymous Information Line is an automated line that refers callers to their local region's CA meetings phone number and has an answering machine for inquiries. The local region's number (for NJ, DE, and PA) is the (610) number listed above. To speak with a person, call the CA World Service Office in Los Angeles. CA will send out publications for free (small fee for multiple copies). No charge for membership. Narcotics Anonymous in New JerseyPO Box 1660Paterson, NJ 07501Phone: 800-992-0401Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgHours: 24 hour helplineArea Served: New JerseyEligibility: Anyone needing help with narcotics addictionFees Charged: None 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.Narcotics Anonymous is FREEDOM from active addiction Recovery from addiction is possible and available through the 12 Steps and 12 Traditions of Narcotics Anonymous MMH/Adolescent/Young Adult Center for Health100 Madison Ave., PO Box 54Morristown, NJ 07963-1956Phone: (973) 971-5000 Main Number (973) 971-6475 Adolescent Services-Clinicwww.atlantichealth.orgHours: 1 pm - 5 pm, Mon, Wed; 8:30 - noon, FriArea Served: Morris CountyEligibility: Referrals made by self and/or family, physician, school, or community agency. Client age: 12-21 years.Health care and counseling for adolescents and their families. Medical evaluation and treatment including sexually transmitted diseases, eating disorders, family planning, and psychiatric evaluations. Counseling services include family and school problems and substance abuse prevention or early intervention services. Some services are confidential. NJ Department of Health/Div of Addiction ServicesPO Box 362Trenton, NJ 08625-0362Phone: (609) 292-5760www.state.nj.us/healthHours: 9 am - 5 pm, Mon - FriArea Served: New JerseyThe mission of the Division of Addiction Services is to decrease misuse or abuse of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs by New Jerseyans by supporting the development of a comprehensive network of prevention, intervention and treatment services in New Jersey Rational Recovery Systems/Self-Help GroupsPO Box 800Lotus, CA 95651Phone: 530-621-4374, 800-303-2873Email: email@example.comHours: 24 hours a day, 7 days a weekEligibility: Persons who want to quit alcohol and/or drug useFees Charged: Vary according to materials/services requested International network of self-help teaching groups result in complete recovery from substance addiction through planned abstinence from alcohol and other drugs. Provides orientation in Addictive Voice Recognition Technique. No steps, psychology, or religion. RR focuses on individual responsibility, personal strengths, and complete recovery. Provides books, magazine, literature, audio, video, workshops and/or skilled instructions for a fee. Summit Hospital/Center for Mental Health & Chemical Dependency19 Prospect St.Summit, NJ 07902Phone: (908) 522-7000 Main number, (800) 753-5223 Access Number, (908) 522-7000 Ext. 9035Hours: 24 hours a day, 7 days a weekArea Served: No restrictionsEligibility: Any patient that meets admission criteriaFees Charged: Many insurance plans accepted Provides full range of comprehensive behavioral health services, including both psychiatric and chemical dependency inpatient services, partial hospitalization, and intensive outpatient programs, depending on nature and severity of illness. Serves geriatric, adult, adolescent, and child populations. Specialty programs include medical detoxification, dual diagnosis, geriatrics, and crisis intervention services. Nicotine AnonymousNW Covenant Medical Center, Powerville Rd.Boonton, NJ 07005Phone: (973) 696-0754Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgHours: Meeting times vary.Area Served: New JerseyEligibility: Anybody who wishes to live free of nicotineFees Charged: None 12-step recovery for people who want to help themselves and others recover from nicotine addiction. Guidelines/assistance available for starting groups. Morris County group meets Thursdays 6:30 pm at St. Clare's Medical Center, Powerville Rd. in Boonton. Passaic County group meets Wednesdays, 7 - 8 pm at YMHA, 1 Pike Drive, Wayne. For information on the national organization, write: Nicotine Anonymous World Services, 419 Main St., PMB #370, Huntingdon Beach, CA 92648. Women For SobrietyPO Box 618Quakertown, PA 18951-0618Phone: (215) 536-8026www.womenforsobriety.orgArea Served: NationalFees Charged: None Women For Sobriety, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping women overcome alcoholism and other addictions. Our "New Life" program helps achieve sobriety and sustain ongoing recovery. Inter County Council on Drug and Alcohol AbuseOutpatient Counseling and Opiate Addiction Treatment480 Kearny Ave.Kearny, NJ 07032Phone: 201-998-7422 Outpatient Supervisor: Elie DeFrancaOpiate Treatment Supervisor: Paola ComminsOutpatient Hours: 9am – 8pm M, W, Th, 9am – 4pm T, FOpiate Treatment Hours: 6:30 – 10:00am M-F, 7:00-9:00am Sa Fees Charged: Opiate Treatment Intake $160.00, Weekly Medicine Fee $60.00; Outpatient Adults Intake $50.00, Weekly Counseling $35.00, Groups $20.00; Outpatient Adolescent Intake $35.00, Weekly Counseling $20.00, Groups $10.00; Sliding Scale Available, Drug Screening for Walk-ins $25.00. Ambulatory care outpatient substance abuse treatment; opiate treatment; outpatient counseling; adolescent groups; HIV testing, counseling and referral; diagnostic assessment. Geographic Area Served: Hudson, Bergen, Essex, Passaic Counties. Application process: make an appointment for intake interview for Opiate Treatment contact Paola Commins at 201-997-4000, for Outpatient Counseling contact Gloria Anderson at 201-998-7422. International Center for Disabled/Addiction Recovery Services340 East 24th StreetNew York, NY 10010Phone: (212) 585-6260Email: email@example.comHours: Monday - Friday, 9:00 am - 9:00 pmArea Served: Metropolitan New YorkEligibility: Adults 18 years and older.Fees Charged: Sliding scale and Medicaid. Intensive outpatient group treatment for adults; day and evening programs. Specialized programs; TBI-Chemical Health Service; ADD Program for people with disabilities; Dual recovery program for persons with coexisting psychiatric problems. Mental Health Assn of New York City/LifeNet666 Broadway, 2nd FloorNew York, NY 10012Phone: (800) 543-3638 800-LifeNetEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgHours: 24 hours a day, 7 days a weekArea Served: New York City areaFees Charged: None Staff of mental health professionals, speaking a variety of languages, offer listening, assessment, and referral services for emotional and substance problems to persons in the New York City area 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. Callers may be referred to programs from a broad database of public and private community resources. National Council on Alcoholism & Drug Dependence (NCADD)60 South Fullerton Ave.Montclair, NJ 07042Phone: (973) 783-9313Hours: M-F 9:00am-5:00pmArea Served: All AreasEligibility: AnyoneFees Charged: Sliding Scale We do education (school, agencies, businesses, hospitals), prevention programs, drivers clinic (for 1st & 2nd offender drunk drivers), Evaluations for DYFS and the courts, programs for the elderly, information and referral and we advocate for alcoholics and drug addicts and their families. We offer employee assistance to our member companies. Center for Prevention and Counseling93 Main StreetNewton, NJ 07860Phone: (973) 383-4787Email: email@example.comArea Served: New JerseyFees Charged: None Substance abuse education, prevention, interventions and counseling. Family Service/Counseling/Morristown62 Elm StreetMorristown, NJ 07960Phone: (800) 984-1414Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgHours: Appointments schedules evening and daytime as needed.Area Served: Morris CountyEligibility: Live or work in Morris CountyFees Charged: Sliding scale; insurance; managed care contracts Provides treatment to individuals, families, and groups in areas of marriage, parent/child relations, personality development, aging, mental illness, substance abuse, separation and divorce, and other related problems.