Resources - Recovery


Camden Recovery Center

The Living Proof Recovery Center is a welcoming and safe place of hope and support for all members of the recovery community....created for individuals in recovery and maintained by individuals in recovery. Located in Camden County, NJ, the recovery center is open 7 days a week with a full calendar of activities.

Eva's Village Recovery Center

This is the first peer driven recovery center in the state. The New Jersey State Division of Addiction Services (DAS) awarded a grant to Eva's Village to develop the Recovery Center, which serves as a model program for a client-centered recovery-oriented system of care. .

Recovery Month

The Recovery Month effort aims to promote the societal benefits of alcohol and drug use disorder treatment, laud the contributions of treatment providers and promote the message that recovery from alcohol and drug use disorders in all its forms is possible.

Stanton's Blog
Stanton Peele has been investigating, thinking, and writing about addiction since 1969. His first bombshell book, Love and Addiction, appeared in 1975. Its experiential and environmental approach to addiction revolutionized thinking on the subject by indicating that addiction is not limited to narcotics, or to drugs at all, and that addiction is a pattern of behavior and experience which is best understood by examining an individual's relationship with his/her world. This is a distinctly nonmedical approach. It views addiction as a general pattern of behavior that nearly everyone experiences in varying degrees at one time or another.

The Recovery and Monitoring Program of NJ
The Recovery and Monitoring Program (RAMP) was started in January 2003 and is designed to encourage health professionals to seek a recovery program before their impairment harms a patient or damages their careers through a disciplinary action. Housed in the Institute for Nursing, it is one of the services available to nurses in New Jersey experiencing problems with impaired practice. The New Jersey State Board of Nursing now refers nurses who qualify to the RAMP program for monitoring as an alternative to disciplinary action. Even nurses who must be disciplined benefit from these services.. RAMP is a comprehensive, structured plan for recovery and monitoring that promotes public protection, safe practice and health. It is a statistically sound method for dealing with impaired practice.

What a Difference a Friend Makes
For people living with mental illness—and their friends. You'll find tools to help in the recovery process, and you can also learn about the different kinds of mental illnesses, read real-life stories about support and recovery, and interact with the video to see how friends can make all the difference.

Women For Sobriety
Women For Sobriety is both an organization and a self-help program for women alcoholics. It is, in fact, the first national self-help program for women alcoholics.




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