Outpatient Substance Use Treatment Services
Pathways to Recovery
Outpatient Substance Use Treatment Services including Pathways to Recovery for Adults & Youth
Pathways to Recovery for Adults is an outpatient program providing a personal support plan for recovery and relapse prevention. The program helps people experiencing problems with drugs and alcohol find the support they need to get their lives back on track. Family First provides support for women seeking help for problems with drugs and alcohol. Additionally, the program provides support, like transportation and childcare, for mothers struggling with drugs and alcohol to reunite with their children.
Our certified professionals provide assessment, education, and treatment for adults and their families at outpatient and intensive outpatient levels.
Program goals include:
- identification and intervention
- development of a personal support plan
- learning the value of sober activities
- encouraging healthy friendships and family relationships
- relapse prevention planning
The program provides drug and alcohol assessment, education and treatment for adults and their families. Services are provided at the outpatient and intensive outpatient levels of care.
Any New Jersey adult experiencing problems with drugs or alcohol is eligible for participation in the program. Services are available for those with co-occurring disorders.
Now scheduling appointments for new and returning patients.
It's easy to make an appointment.
Call our Access Line at 1.877.922.2377 to schedule your TeleHealth appointment for counseling, therapeutic and psychiatric services. The Access Line is available during the hours of Monday-Thursday 9am to 7pm or Friday 9am to 4pm or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
During a traditional office visit, you would complete an intake packet that contains the necessary consent forms. For your convenience with teleservices, all of the necessary consent forms are located below. The staff at Center For Family Services will review each of these consent forms with you and your counselor can answer any of your questions. They will be located on the website for your reference when you need them. If you are not able to sign the documents electronically, your counselor will walk you through the process. They will document your consent, and will explain that all forms will be signed upon the first in-office visit.
The forms below apply in specific situations, which will be reviewed with you by your counselor. These forms are used as needed.
If you have any questions or concerns, we encourage you to speak to your counselor or call our Access Line at 1.877.922.2377.