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Recovery Assistance Program (RAP)


RAP will respond to the needs of hospital emergency rooms, clergy calls, police departments and court rooms to work with individuals and families who are suffering due to substance use disorder. RAP is available 7 days a week, 24 hours and on holidays.

Families and friends are welcome to contact us regarding their concern for their loved one. We can discuss a formal intervention to possibly motivate an individual to seek help. 

And offer family support for the loved ones who also suffer. 

Youth Prevention Program 


We provide programs, trainings and individual guidance to youth and their leaders in schools, clubs, teams and religious youth groups. Our programs will support the NJ Department of Educations’s health education curriculum mandates, Intervention and Referral Services, Student Assistance Programs and Disciplinary Initiatives. 

Workplace Lunch and Learns


Whether the use is the employees or their loved one, Substance Use Disorder costs employers millions of dollars due to tardiness, absences, accidents and disconnected work ethic.  Providing education to your employees on Identifying Signs of Substance Use Disorder, Motivating a Loved One into Treatment, Treatment Options and Recovery Supports, Preventing Youth Substance Use is a beneficial tool in preventing loss of productivity in the workplace. 

Naloxone Training 

(a medicine that reverses an opioid overdose)


 Naloxone is a medication designed to rapidly reverse an opioid overdose.  Narcan is one of the brands of Naloxone.  Naloxone can be purchased over the counter at most pharmacies or with a doctor’s prescription billable to insurance.  Overdoses take place everywhere – homes, schools, offices, restaurants, libraries and other places.  Our training will discuss more about Opioid Use Disorder, Recognizing Overdose, Administering Naloxone, and Treatment Options.



Prevention, Treatment and Recovery Support presentations are available for your schools, groups, organizations, conferences and health fairs.  Presentations are developed to address your target audience’s needs.

Health Fair Participants


We spread awareness through attending health fairs, conferences, workshops throughout the New Jersey.  Please reach out to us if you wold like us to support your event.