Addiction Treatment Program – Residential:
The Addiction Treatment Program (ATP) provides a comprehensive package of services to clients returning from time in the criminal justice system. The goal of the program is to treat the needs of the client in a way to reduce the likelihood of recidivism and/or relapse. At the same time, the program aims to increase the likelihood for continued success on parole supervision and beyond. Treatment begins with a case assessment to build a treatment plan designed around the client’s individual needs. The program includes cognitive-behavioral intervention, motivational enhancement, relapse prevention therapy, and trauma-informed care.
- Reentry Case Management
- Substance Use Disorder Services
- Cognitive Skills Training
- Housing Assistance
- Emotions Management
- Family Violence Prevention Services
- Gang Intervention
- Job Readiness
- Life Skills
- Employment Assistance
- Educational Services
Eligibility: All referrals from the New Jersey State Parole Board.
Addiction Treatment Program – Out-Patient:
ATP is also a licensed ambulatory care facility for substance use disorder treatment under the New Jersey Department of Health’s Division of Addiction & Mental Health Services. The program is licensed to provide both standard out-patient and intensive out-patient substance use disorder treatment to adult men and women. The program is proud to be part of the Co-Occurring Network. As a member, ATP provides specialized therapy services to clients who present with co-occurring disorders. This therapy also includes trauma-informed care. ATP Out-Patient also offers assessment services, individual counseling, group counseling, and case management services.
Funding options are explored at intake to best secure funding for client care.