Addiction Services

Gloucester County Proud to Be Stigma-FreeThe Gloucester County Division of Addiction Services coordinates services for adults and adolescents seeking help for substance use issues. Addiction Services may include:

  • Intervention
  • Prevention
  • Recovery - halfway house, medication-assisted treatment, sober living
  • Treatment - detox, residential, outpatient

Must be a Gloucester County resident, and for many services, meet income eligibility guidelines.

Maintaining Sobriety During a Pandemic

There are numerous resources and online meetings and groups to help stay in recovery while staying safe at home. View the Online Recovery Resources (PDF) or visit our Resource Directory for more information.

Local Advisory Committee on Alcoholism & Drug Abuse

Gloucester County Division of Addiction Services also oversees the Local Advisory Committee on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse (LACADA); and it’s two subcommittees - the Provider’s Advisory Committee on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse (PACADA) and the County Alliance Steering Subcommittee (CASS).  The LACADA is a volunteer board, whose members are appointed by the Gloucester County Board of Chosen Commissioners.

For more information, contact Judy Tobia-Johnson, Gloucester County Drug and Alcohol Director.

Gloucester County Addictions Task Force

The Gloucester County Addictions Task Force consists of members representing:

  • Education
  • Emergency medical services (EMS)
  • Faith-based
  • Hospitals
  • Human services
  • Law enforcement
  • Non-profits
  • Public health

It also includes individuals in recovery, people who have lost loved ones to addiction, and concerned community members.  The mission of the Addictions Task Force is to increase awareness of drug addictions and its effects on our community and to promote and support existing programs for the prevention, treatment, and recovery from addiction.

Free Narcan Trainings

The Gloucester County Department of Human Services has partnered with Urban Treatment Associates to host free information and training sessions about the life-saving drug Narcan.  Currently due to public health emergency, the trainings are being held virtually.  For more information, or to register, please contact Robert Bamford

Gloucester County Municipal Alliance

The New Jersey Governor’s Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse (GCADA) provides funding for township initiatives for the prevention of alcohol, tobacco, and other drug abuse. Community resident volunteers support prevention efforts and are appointed by the mayors. Currently, 23 of the 24 municipalities in Gloucester County participate. Under guidelines, Municipal Alliances plan and implement prevention programs to meet their community needs.

For more information please contact Mary Beth Monroe, Gloucester County Municipal Alliance Coordinator.