New Hope Foundation is dedicated to the treatment of adults and adolescents affected with alcohol, drug and gambling addiction. Utilizing a unique combination of advanced clinical support and highly personalized services, our mission is restore each individual to a full and rewarding lifestyle, free from destructive substances, compulsions and influences.
If you, or a loved one have an addiction problem, no doubt you have many questions. Please visit our ‘FAQ’ page to get more information on the treatment of substance use disorders and compulsive gambling. If you are wondering how to pay for treatment services, read our ‘Financing Your Recovery' page. From the ‘Assess Your Problem’ page, you may take a brief addiction assessment to help you decide if you are ready to connect with New Hope's counselors. The addiction assessment is confidential and produces a report for your personal use or to share with a healthcare provider of your choice.
Most importantly, browse our ‘Stories of Recovery’ and hope. When you make the decision to free your life from addiction, New Hope will be here for you as well.
If you have additional questions about alcohol or drug addiction or compulsive gambling treatment and recovery, please feel free to call or ‘Contact Us’ online.
September is National Recovery Month. In keeping with that directive and forging ahead in our collective vision to celebrate the reality of recovery, New Jersey’s grassroots recovery support community is pleased to announce a free, family friendly statewide Recovery Rally event at the Rutgers Athletic Center (83 Rockafeller Road, Piscataway, New Jersey) on Saturday, September 20, 2014. The Anonymous People, an award winning film will be screened at 2:30 PM and the live Rally Program begins at 4:00 PM. Former New Jersey Governor James E. McGreevey, will be amongst the speakers. There will be a variety of music, entertainment and a Banner Contest with a theme of “RECOVERY: OUT OF THE SHADOWS INTO THE LIGHT.”
With the public, the prevention, treatment and recovering communities are uniting to raise awareness, create synergies and serve as the “tipping point” for effectively addressing the disease of addiction. There will be speakers, music, entertainment and educational exhibits. We anticipate this event will go far to offer hope to the suffering, demonstrate the reality of recovery from addiction and serve to eliminate the discrimination and stigma attached to this prevalent disease.
Sponsors include the New Hope Foundation, Orexo, Actavis and Alkermes. Limited exhibit space is still available. Show your support for a healthy New Jersey: join us and be a part of history!
MEDIA CONTACT: Lisa Gladwell, NJRecoveryRally@aol.com