New Jersey Safe Haven Safely and Anonymously Surrender an Infant; 877 839 2339
No Shame No Blame No Names
Nicotine and Vaping information resources variety of resources through links, videos, etc. for parents and guardians.
Just Think Twice Get the Facts about Drugs, DEA website
Students transitioning into high school or college.
Click link for more details. Transitions GroupsMedication safety, disposal and recycling
pill identifier This website allows you to identify pills (either through color, imprint or shape) and offers information regarding interactions and a variety of information for both OTC (over-the-counter) and prescription drugs.recall report Reporting on the latest dangerous drugs and products to keep your family safe.www.njtvonline.org/addiction/ News, upcoming events and many resources for NJ regarding addiction.1 844 REACH NJ ( 1 844 732 2465) or www.reachnj.gov Helpline with addiction and support/resources for families and parents.Self-help information:
- CDC Medication Safety
- Proper Medication Disposal
- What should do with my old Prescription Drugs?
- How to recycle pill bottles?
New Jersey Al-Anon Family Groups Locations for al-anon meetings
https://al-anon.org/ Locations for alateen meetings
Narcotics Anonymous Locations for narcotics anonymous meetingsBullying Information:NJBullying.org New Jersey Coalition for Bullying Awareness and PreventionInternet Safety:Drug Prevention Information:Information about Alcohol:Smoking Cessation:Miscellaneous:GRASP (Grief After a Substance Passing)Suicide Prevention:
NJHOPELINE: 1-855-654-6735 NJ's first suicide hotline call center, operated by University Behavioral Healthcare (UBHC) at the University of Medicine & Dentistry, using only NJ based trained volunteer and professional counselors.Save.org Suicide Awareness Voices of EducationTeens and Young Adults:
- Call for yourself or someone you care about
- Free and confidential
- A network of more than 140 crisis centers nationwide
1 800 273 8255 (TALK)
1-888-222-2228 Call or Text
Confidential and anonymous helpline for NJ's youth and young adults. We are here to help you find solutions to the problems you face at home, at school or at play.
Eating Disorders Resource:
National Eating Disorders info Resources for families and individuals, confidential Helpline, Monday-Thursday from 9:00 am - 9:00 pm and Friday from 9:00 am - 5:00 pm (EST):1-800-931-223720 Shrewsbury Avenue, Suite DTinton Falls, NJ 07701732 530 9029
Our monthly Support Group has been changed to meet on the FOURTH (not last) Thursday of every month at our office at 620 Shrewsbury Avenue from 6:00 to 7:30 pm. It is facilitated by Dr. Erwin from Monmouth Psychological Associates. This Support Group will take the place of the one that used to be held at Riverview Medical Center on Saturday mornings: it is the same group as before, only with a different meeting place and time. For more information, feel free to call our office at 732 530 9029.Eating Disorders Group for College Students:Wednesdays, 6:30pm to 8:00pm174 Union Street • Ridgewood, NJ 07450
The Renfrew Center is pleased to offer a new, Virtual Therapy Group for adolescent girls and women in New Jersey who struggle with disordered eating or who are working towards recovery from an eating disorder.
This online, virtual therapy group offers structured care in a web-based environment. Participants actively engage with each other to explore and understand the emotions and relational functions of their disordered eating and develop strategies to connect to emotions, improve communications and achieve recovery focused goals. Group curriculum is informed by the empirically based Renfrew Center Unified Treatment Model for Eating Disorders®.
To get started, you will need to have access to Wi-Fi and a device such as a smart phone, computer or tablet with a camera and screen.
Participants must be located in New Jersey.
For more information about the Virtual Therapy Group or to schedule a virtual assessment, please call 1-800-RENFREW (736-3739).
Date: Meets weekly on Wednesdays
Time: 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm