Category Archives: Drug and Alcohol Abuse


Good News Home for Women

The Good News Home for Women is a short and long-term residential rehabilitation center for women who want to overcome the life-destroying effects of alcohol and other drug addictions. The on-going process of recovery and growth is achieved at the Home through a comprehensive non-denominational, but spiritually focused program with a holistic approach of healing to the mind, body and spirit.

Monetary Need

Most of our clients are indigent and unable to pay for their treatment costs. We rely heavily on charitable donations and our fundraising activities to offset expenses related to our residents’ room and board, medical/dental needs, food, supplies, counseling, case management, transportation, family support, life skills education and classroom instruction of numerous pertinent topics such as boundaries, relationships, co-dependency, health, etc.

In order to make our Counseling/Learning Center 100% handicapped accessible, we were blessed with a grant to renovate the unfinished first floor portion of the building. The process has begun and we anticipate completion approximately July of 2015. Once the project has been completed, we will need monetary support or in-kind donations to obtain desks, chairs, filing cabinets, conference tables and chairs, Flat Screen TV, etc.

Material Need

Mini Van
Brother TN-720/TN-750 Printer Toners
Copy Paper
Journals, Binders & Notebooks for Residents
Twin Size Cotton Sheet Sets and Blankets
Toilet Paper, Paper Towels
Gift baskets or items for our fundraising Raffles and/or Silent Auctions

Volunteers needed at this time. Please call 908-806-4220. 

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Hunterdon Drug Awareness Program

Hunterdon Drug Awareness Program, Inc. is a private, nonprofit 501(c)3 organization. We provide confidential, individual, group and family treatment services for those in need of drug/alcohol outpatient and intensive outpatient counseling services.  These services will be provided without regard to the client’s ability to pay for services. We also provide a variety of prevention/education programs designed to meet the specific needs of schools.

Monetary Need

Since our mission is to accept all clients regardless of their ability to pay, we rely on fundraising and donations in order to help all those who need treatment.

Volunteers are NOT needed at this time.

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