Hunterdon Prevention Resources (HPR) offers an array of treatment and early intervention services. We are a level one, licensed outpatient facility through the State of New Jersey, Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DHMAS). We have a team of certified and licensed staff including a Licensed Drug and Alcohol Counselor (LCADC), a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), a Licensed Master in Social Work (LSW), a Certified Interventionist, and a Certified Tobacco Treatment Specialist (CTTP). The treatment services are overseen by a Master in Social Work and Certified Prevention Specialist.
Our treatment program firmly believes in meeting the client where they are and offering a continuum of care. Our core values of confidentiality and compassion are our guiding principles. We offer a sliding scale fee and fee waiver with documented need to ensure all individual needs are met.
Services offered include: Read more about HPR Treatment Services
Anger Management is a six week curriculum that can be done individually or in group process. We may be marketing this as a new group. This covers:
· Learn to manage anger effectively
· Stop violence or the threat of violence
· Develop self-control over actions and thoughts
· Identify triggers to one’s anger
· Stress/Anger management relaxation exercises
· Assertiveness and conflict management techniques
This curriculum also uses control logs as a means to monitor and change behaviors
The fee for this is $30 a session, and a sliding scale will be used. This can also be used for appropriate LEAP clients. Read more about Anger Management
The ACT program is the Batter’s Intervention Program, called Act to de-stigmatize the program. ACT is a court-mandated 26 week program that is mandated by a court order from a Judge in cases of domestic violence. The program utilized is an evidence based program called the Duluth Model and is predicated on the belief that violence is about power, and that cognitive training can help. In essence, cognitive re-training seeks to change our view of the world and ourselves, and is an often used clinical intervention tool. While 26 weeks may seem like a lot, research shows that this violent behavior is often deep rooted and multi-generational in nature. The curriculum is group process, utilizing role play, vignettes and discussion, action plans and control logs and covers the following:
· Control vs. Equality Wheel
· Anger as a normal emotion
· Types of abuse
· Understanding of culture Read more about Actions through Cognitive Training (ACT)
Heroin and prescription drug addiction has reached epidemic proportions in New Jersey. As a result, the Mental Health Association in New Jersey has launched a confidential call line dedicated to providing counseling specifically to people and families who are coping with addiction to heroin and prescription painkillers.
The toll free phone number for NJ Connect for Recovery is 855-652-3737.
The helpline provides trained, professional counselors who can help someone who is in personal agony over their use of heroin or prescription painkillers and is starting to look toward seeking treatment. They can also help with treatment referrals. Read more about NJ Connect for Recovery