You can discover the power of accountability, forgiveness, and victory. We have resources available for various types of recovery programs. If you'd like to confidentially inquire, 
email us or call 609.799.9000 x20.

The following links are provided as resources for your personal research, participation, and referral:

Celebrate Recovery: A Christ-Centered 12-Step Program
Celebrate Recovery isn't just a program - it's a means toward complete restoration and transformation based on 8 Christ-centered life principles.

Plainsboro Township: Community Addiction & Recovery Effort
"Our loved ones affected by addiction must have a way to seek assistance and obtain it.  Strengthened relationships between the community, its leaders and the police department allows the C.A.R.E. program to assist people in need, reduce crime, and build a better community." —Mayor Cantu
Those seeking township assistance can call 609-799-2333 or email
Plainsboro Township partners with and recommends the following resources:

Governor's Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse
GCADA works with the Alliance to Prevent Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Program, as well as other stakeholders and community partners to develop and disseminate public awareness campaigns to reduce the stigma associated with alcoholism and drug abuse. The Council also develops initiatives, events, and training that bring together drug coalition members, stakeholders, treatment and recovery professionals, and others, to address New Jersey's number one public health concern: alcoholism and drug abuse.

Nar-Anon: For families and Friends of Addicts
The Nar-Anon Family Groups is primarily for those who know or have known a feeling of desperation concerning the addiction problem of someone very near to you.

Recovery Advocates of America, Inc.
Recovery Advocates of America offers crisis interventions for both the addict and the family, support meetings and 12 step introductions, and family programs to keep addicts and families engaged.

Wellspring Center for Prevention
The Wellspring Center for Prevention (formerly NCADD of Middlesex County, Inc.) is a non-profit, community-based health organization providing prevention, education, information, and referral services to county residents, businesses, schools, faith-based organizations, municipal alliances, and social service agencies.