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Hunterdon Medical Center

Hunterdon Behavioral Health
Short-term intensive treatment for those in need of
psychiatric stabilization or detoxification from alcohol and/or drugs

2100 Wescott Drive
Flemington, NJ 08822

1-866-HBH-2060

24-Hour Crisis Hotline 908-788-6400

 

 

Hunterdon Drug Awareness Program

Counseling & Assessment Services

Hunterdon Drug Awareness Program provides confidential substance abuse evaluations, and individual, family and group counseling services. Clients are screened by the Clinical Director and assigned an individual counselor to meet with and discuss their concerns.

908-788-1900

 

 

AA offers a way to stop drinking for those who feel they have a problem with alcohol. Recovering alcoholics hold meetings.
800-245-1377
 
 
Offers a comprehensive collection of web site links providing helpful resources for substance abusers and their family and friends.
 
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Toll Free
800-662-HELP
 
 
NA offers a way to stop using drugs through
support groups.
800-992-0401
NJ Helpline
 
 
Provides support for those dependent on cocaine.
800-347-8998
 
 
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Toughlove
TOUGHLOVE International is a non-profit, self-help organization that provides ongoing education and active support to families, empowering parents and young people to accept responsibility for their actions.
Helps families and friends to learn how not to be "enablers" of substance abusers.
800-333-1069
 
 
Refers family and friends of substance abusers to nearby Ala-Anon and Alateen support groups.
888-4AL-ANON
 
Nar-Anon
800-484-7385
(In NJ)
 
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  Free Booklets
The following booklets can be ordered for free by calling the National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information
800-729-6686
Addiction Happens in the Best of Families
How Getting High Can Get You AIDS
Your Child Needs You!
Alcoholism Tends to Run in Families
Hope, Help & Healing: Helping Someone...
Stop & Think - If You're Pregnant, Don't Drink
Marijuana:  Reading the Smoke Signals
 
 
 
 
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Family Support Meetings
The Good News Home offers support to family members and other loved ones of the chemically dependent. Meetings, held twice a month on Saturdays, are free of charge and open to the general public.
 
 
If you are interested in attending please call
Nancy Wilk, Family Counselor
908-806-4220 Ext #228
 
 
Support groups offer a safe environment where recovering people who recognize Jesus Christ as their "Higher Power" gather together and share their experience, strength and hope.
 

The Power of Prayer

The Christian 12-Steps

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"Serenity" by Robert Hemfelt -- Now you can discover for yourself the principles behind the Twelve Steps as they occur in Scripture -- Included are recovery meditations and related recovery scriptures

When you purchase books through this link from amazon.com the Good News Home receives a percentage of what you spend, but at no additional cost to you.  Please note that no part of your purchase should be considered as a charitible contribution.

A non-profit, spiritually-focused rehabilitation center serving women 18 years and older who have been involved in drug addiction, alcoholism and other life-controlling problems.
 
For Garrison, New York
1-877-247-5401
Toll-Free

For Pasadena, California
1-888-4-Hoving
Toll-Free
 
 
Founded in 1944 by Marty Mann, the first woman to find long-term sobriety in Alcoholics Anonymous, the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Inc. (NCADD) provides education, information, help and hope to the public. It advocates prevention, intervention and treatment.
HOPE LINE: 800/NCA-CALL
(24-hour Affiliate referral)
 
Getting people help for problems with alcohol and/or other drugs when they don't want help is what intervention is all about.  The National Intervention Network guides family, friends, pastors and co-workers of people with substance abuse problems through each step of the intervention process.  The Network abides by a code of ethics and specific protocols to prepare you for what may be one of the most important things you have ever done for another human being.  Never conduct an intervention without professional guidance.
1-800-654-HOPE
 

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33 Bartles Corner Road
Flemington, New Jersey 08822