Click on the categories below for a drop down menu with more resources.
- Mercer Council on Alcoholism and Drug Addiction Resource Guide 2010– This resource lists various programs and services available, including outpatient treatment, medical detox, inpatient rehabs, and self-help.
- SAMHSA- Substance Abuse Treatment Facility Locator (New Jersey)– search by city, street, or zip code.
- Treatment Centers in New Jersey– An additional resource to browse Treatment Centers in NJ.
- Alcoholics Anonymous- Central Jersey Intergroup– Provides local services such as meeting lists.
- Narcotics Anonymous- New Jersey Meetings- This website has a link to search for meetings by town or zipcode. For another copy of NJ NA meetings, click here.
- New Jersey Al-Anon & Alateen– This site is intended for those who are troubled by someone’s drinking.
- 800-GAMBLER– Help for gamblers and a resource to find meetings.
- City of Angels NJ, Inc.– An organization that works with anyone needing help with addiction.
- NJ CONNECT– A confidential hotline to discuss concerns about your own or a loved one’s heroin or prescription use or abuse. 1-855-652-3737
- Trinity Unity Methodist Church- (Only 0.5 miles from TCNJ’s Campus; Make a left onto Pennington Road from the main TCNJ entrance, the Church will be on your right hand side)- Meetings offered on Wednesdays at 8:00 P.M. (Open meeting with Speakers). Click here for more information.
- Alcoholics Anonymous: At Rider University in the Gill Memorial Chapel (basement), meetings offered every Tuesday at 6:30 P.M. Click here for more information.
- Al-Anon: At Pennington Presbyterian Church, 13 South Main Street, Pennington, NJ 08534, meetings offered Fridays at 7:30 P.M. Click here for more information.
- Alcoholics Anonymous- Fresh Start Group, At UJIMA Church Community Center in Ewing, meetings offered on Tuesdays at 12 P.M. Click here for more information.
- Narcotics Anonymous- Search this site to find local listings for meetings. Click here for more information.
- For more meetings listed by location and group type, click here.
- For information about online meetings, visit http://aa-intergroup.org/
Have questions about alcohol or other drugs?
- Go Ask Alice– A health question and answer resource.
- Interactive Body– Examples of alcohol’s effect on organ function are shown.
- The National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Inc. (NCADD)- New Jersey- Works in partnership with and on behalf of individuals, families, and communities affected by alcoholism and drug dependence.
- New Jersey Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS)– Learn more about DMHAS and access resources such as Addiction Prevention Providers and Intoxicated Driving Program.
- Responsibility on Campus– From the Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility, browse the latest news and research and other programs.
- College Drinking: Changing the Culture– A resource for comprehensive research-based information on issues related to alcohol abuse and binge drinking among college students.
- Free Online Alcohol Screening– How much is too much? Answering these questions takes a few minutes and provides personalized results based on your age, gender and drinking patterns.
- New Jersey Prevention Network– Learn more about programs and resources.
- Rethinking Drinking– What do you think about taking a look at your drinking habits and how they may affect your health?
- Stop Alcohol Abuse– A web portal gateway to comprehensive research and resources on prevention.
- Surgeon General’s Call to Action– A publication to prevent and reduce underage drinking and its adverse consequences.
- Coalition to Prevent ADHD Medication Misuse (CPAMM)– A web portal to CPAMM’s resources on ADHD medication misuse and prevention for physicians, college administrations, and individuals.
SAVE A LIFE
- 911 Lifeline Legislation: encourages young people to call for help in the event of an emergency due to alcohol or other drugs. This New Jersey legislation provides immunity if an individual satisfies the following three requirements: 1) Call for help, 2) Stay with your friend, and 3) Talk with authorities. For more information click here.