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Information & Help with Addiction 

Shatterproof is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to reversing the addiction crisis in the United States. They work to transform addiction treatment, end the stigma associated with addiction, and educate & empower communities.’s mission is to provide support for people who are dealing with substance abuse and addiction through comprehensive resources & guides and by connecting people with the right treatment programs. They provide the world with unbiased, fact-based health and wellness information.

SMART stands for Self-Management And Recovery Training, which is a self-help program with tools that are  non-judgmental. The SMART Recovery Teen & Youth Support Program offers a peer-support program that uses a self-empowering approach to addiction recovery.

SAFE Project works collaboratively to bring solutions to communities, campuses, workplaces, and active-duty service members, veterans, and their families. They provide information, a treatment locator, Naloxone resources, and more. Join the “No Shame” Movement today!


Natural High’s evidence-based program is used in all 50 states and makes use of current scientific findings on youth behavior, brain development, social norming, and substance abuse prevention.

Teen Link is a help line for teens, by teens. If a teen or an adult concerned about a teen has questions or concerns about drug use, they can call, chat, or text to connect directly with a Teen Link Substance Use Prevention Clinician. They also provide prevention resources and treatment options.

The National Rehab Hotline is free and available 24/7/365 to help anyone struggling through a substance use or mental health crisis get immediate help. They will provide resourceful information and what next steps might be for you or your loved one, including treatment, immediate crisis support, or local resources.

The Substance Use Resource Center is a publicly-available, national resource designed to support people seeking substance use treatment and recovery services. This resource is open to everyone, regardless of their insurance status.


 New Jersey-Based Resources 

Moving Mountains Recovery is a boutique, luxury drug & alcohol rehab that offers a personalized experience in addiction treatment. They offer inpatient & outpatient treatment, have a flexible technology policy, and have a number of locations around the state.

ReachNJ is a central call-in line for New Jersey residents who are looking for help with a substance use disorder (SUD). Each call to ReachNJ is answered by a live person in the first 30 seconds. Trained staff will screen callers to identify their exact needs, are able to provide referrals to supportive services and a seamless connection to a local treatment provider. ReachNJ serves NJ residents of all ages regardless of insurance status or ability to pay.

The Partnership for a Drug Free New Jersey (PDFNJ) is a substance abuse prevention alliance to localize, strengthen and deepen initiatives, drug-free assistance and parent education conferences throughout the state.

Kingsway Recovery located in Mullica Hill, New Jersey, is an outpatient opioid addiction treatment center providing evidence-based care in a safe, serene setting.

Turning Point NJ is a non-profit treatment program focused on helping people overcome substance use by developing the necessary tools to sustain recovery. Using 12-step programming, all available programs offer patients the opportunity to confront their substance use disorder.

Seabrook House offers a continuum of clinically proven treatments and complementary therapies, taking a whole-person approach to healing.

Community in Crisis strives to reduce substance abuse through education, prevention and holistic support in an environment free of stigma. Their website has toolkits, information, and workshops to help combat addiction.

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