TOGETHER WE CAN DO
WHAT WE CANNOT DO ALONE.

Providing intensive outpatient treatment,
intervention and prevention education

 
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HDAP MISSION 

Hunterdon Drug Awareness Program will provide the community, our at risk student population, our clients and their families, science based substance abuse treatment and prevention programming that creates a positive outcome in their lives. These services will be provided regardless of the client’s sex, race, creed, age, religion, gender orientation, sexual orientation or ability to pay for services.

 

TREATMENT + EARLY INTERVENTION

A brief overview of
our services.

Hunterdon Drug Awareness Program, Inc. is a private, nonprofit 501(c)3 organization serving the Hunterdon County, NJ community. Confidential, individual, group and family treatment services for those in need of drug/alcohol outpatient counseling. We also provide 9 hours per week of Intensive Outpatient Programming (IOP), utilizing group and individual counseling to those who need a more intensive level of care than standard outpatient counseling provides.

  • Substance abuse evaluations.

  • Early Intervention programming for youth at high risk of drug/alcohol abuse or misuse.

  • A variety of prevention/education programs designed to meet the specific needs of employers, schools, individuals and families.

  • Serving as the Intoxicated Driver Resource Center (IDRC) for Hunterdon County. 

 
 
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What We Do Today
Impacts Tomorrow.

Our Philosophy is based on the premise that personal growth is a natural, life-long process and that behaviors, thoughts and feelings which block that process can cause much unproductive pain and confusion for both that person and his/her family members. Through treatment and early intervention we provide clients and their families with counseling and other support services as they confront their concerns and problems. We also help them work toward positive goals. These services are available without regard for the sex, race, creed, or ability to pay of the person (or family) requesting the service. 

 
 
 
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