Our Partnerships

We are honored and proud of our partnerships

The Herren Project

Herren Project is a national nonprofit organization providing free resources and support for the treatment, recovery, and prevention of substance use disorder. Treatment and recovery services include treatment placement assistance, long-term recovery support for individuals and families, and online support groups, as well as scholarships for treatment programs, recovery housing, and recovery coaching.

New Hope
Integrated Behavioral Health

When it comes to recovery, “one size fits all” does not apply. At New Hope provides both residential and outpatient settings and a broad range of therapies to meet the specific needs of each individual in our care. New Hope sees the larger objective as the creation of a life in recovery built upon psychologically sound principles and principles consistent with Alcoholics, Narcotics and Gamblers Anonymous programs, and other self-help. New Hope also believes that healthy values manifest themselves in responsibility and that the ability to meet and respond to one’s own needs does not interfere with another’s development.

Mrs. Wilson’s Halfway House

Mrs. Wilson’s Halfway House was the first transitional living facility of its kind in the State of New Jersey when opening its doors in 1976. As a licensed treatment provider, Mrs. Wilson’s provides comprehensive residential and outpatient services to women in recovery from substance abuse and co-occurring disorders. These are women 18 years and older, who have been diagnosed with substance abuse and a secondary diagnosis of a mental health condition, such as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Anxiety, Depression, or an Eating Disorder, etc.

Turning Point
Anderson House

Anderson House is a well-respected halfway house program serving women recovering from alcoholism and drug addiction and their co-occurring mental health disorders. 

Our mission is to provide quality treatment to women and help them develop the life skills and goal-building techniques they need to return to the community as responsible, sober, and productive individuals.

Anderson House Turning Point

Freedom House

With a 44 bed treatment program, located in Hunterdon County, NJ provides comprehensive drug and alcohol rehabilitation using a variety of evidence based practices in both individual and group counseling.  This helps to achieve sobriety, engage in recovery and practice healthy and productive life skills over a variable length of stay.  

Garden State Treatment Center

Located in the heart of Northern New Jersey, Garden State Treatment Center is an outpatient and partial care addiction treatment facility that offers nuanced levels of care for individuals struggling with the horrors of substance abuse. It is our explicit goal to help addicted clients rebuild their lives from the inside out and reintegrate themselves back into society.


Pinelands Recovery

Pinelands Recovery

Pinelands is unlike any other center for substance abuse. Here, you’ll step away from the life that hasn’t been working for you and onto our expansive, tree-lined campus where you won’t get lost in the crowd.

You’ll be in a nurturing group of peers – either young-adult or adult – who are going through similar life experiences. You’ll receive the very best addiction treatment from caring experts.

And you’ll have plenty of space outside of groups and one-on-one therapy to reflect, relax and rediscover new interests that replace old, dysfunctional ways.

Discovery Institute

Discovery Institute believes that a drug rehab program must effectively address both one’s medical, mental, and spiritual health.

Most often, an individual’s path towards recovery is rooted in their struggles with relationships, family dynamics, social skills, and lack of mental health awareness.

In our view, the goals of recovery are global — necessitating a total change in lifestyle that encompasses an individual’s re-evaluation of values, attitudes, behavior, and social activities.