Recovery Network For Deaf, Hard of Hearing, and Hearing Loss

Recovery Network For Deaf, Hard of Hearing, and Hearing Loss

The Recovery Network for the Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing outpatient program provides services to individuals experiencing substance use disorders who are Deaf, hard of hearing or who have hearing loss. All services are provided by staff that are fluent in American Sign Language (ASL) and culturally sensitive to the Deaf community.

Services are currently available via TeleHealth. 

Treatment is an outpatient level of care and includes family therapy. Now, more than 20 years after its creation, The Center’s Recovery Network Program remains the only substance use disorder program in New Jersey's southern region dedicated to providing services for the Deaf community. 

The program provides outpatient level of care that includes family sessions, group, and individual counseling.

Recovery Network services include:

  • Assessment and placement to detox programs, residential programs, sober living housing, and recovery services
  • Integrated substance use and mental health care
  • Individual and group counseling
  • Relapse prevention planning
  • Family Support
  • 12-step meetings in ASL
  • Short and long-term outpatient treatment - group counseling, individual counseling, family treatment
  • Case management, advocacy and education are also provided on a limited basis

Outpatient Group Counseling:

Counseling groups are an important part of the Recovery Network. Groups are offered at Center For Family Services, 108 Somerdale Road, Voorhees, NJ. Please contact us for current group times.


 ASL Interpreted Twelve Step Meetings:

For a complete list of ASL Interpreted 12 Step Meetings throughout New Jersey, visit Signs of Sobriety, Inc.

Contact Information

Phone: 877.922.2377
Video Phone: 856.874.8230

Referral Information

The program is open to anyone living in New Jersey in need of services.


NJ Department of Human Services, Division of Addiction Services, Camden County Grant, and Medicaid. 

 12 Steps in ASL

 Owning Our Decisions: Drug Awareness in ASL (Alcohol)

Owning our Decisions: Drug Awareness in ASL (Marijuana)


Addiction and Recovery