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Drug Rehab Connections is not a specific treatment facility, instead we are an informational website that connects addicts and their families with the help they need to put their lives together.

Grief Resources

Helping Children Cope with Grief

Joseph Quinlan Bereavement Center  Contact Lori Optiz or Nancy Moody


  • worried_1Please join us and/or spread the word about a book group for anyone interested in helping family/friends recover from addiction.  Meeting monthly and discussing the books, “Beyond Addiction,” and/or “Get Your Loved One Sober.”  Both of these books reference the “Community Reinforcement and Family Training” (CRAFT) approach to help significant others learn how to successfully engage substance using loved ones to seek help. The “CRAFT Approach” also helps families improve relationships even after a loved one enters treatment or is already navigating recovery.The Discussion Group will meet every first Thursday of the month from 6:30-7:30PM at The Center, 65 Newton-Sparta Road, Newton, NJ 07860. Feel free to reach out for more information or to let us know that you are looking forward to joining us.
  •, a page on smoking's effects in K-12 schools and how to keep kids away from tobacco
  • American Lung Association
  • is a ‘portal’ for parents and caregivers to access and share articles, news & videos regarding underage drinking prevention from around the web. Each link is checked out by Coalition staff at The Center in Newton to ensure you are receiving the best advice from the most trusted websites on the Internet.
  • Partnership for Drug Free Kids
  • Bereavement Resources
  • Report CyberBullying


 Dot "Dot" on Sprout . This is TV show that addresses proper use of technology, encourages STEM and provides positive role models for younger children.


A web resource developed to provide information and support to people fighting substance abuse and addiction.

links1Pathways 2 Prosperity (P2), an innovative initiative of NORWESCAP in collaboration with United Way of Northern NJ, is a two generation approach to ending poverty. P2 through education, mentoring, networking and social media, creates sustainable change by developing the resources participants need to achieve self-reliance and resiliency. P2 meets weekly, year-round, and serves the entire family. The provision of dinner, transportation, stipends and educational children’s programs, including youth entrepreneurship, help to address barriers to participation. The meetings provide the opportunity to create peer support with fellow participants and network across economic lines with volunteers. Phase I begins with a career and life planning curriculum where participants, called Path leaders, evaluate how poverty impacts their life and the community, assess available resources and develop action plans to achieve prosperity. Phase II begins with Path Leaders being matched with mentors who assist them in putting their plan into action. Weekly meetings continue with comprehensive education focusing on the skills and tools needed to make their action plan a reality.  Phase III begins as Path Leaders become mentors and committee members, supporting the sustained growth of P2. 

Compadres, Pathways 2 Prosperity (P2) children’s program, builds the social emotional skills children need to succeed in home, school and community environments.  Social Emotional Learning improves students’ readiness to learn, behavior, and academic performance. Compadres focuses on building life skills, career exploration and educational commitment. It cultivates the social and emotional growth of children through the implementation of evidence based curriculum, interactive reading, exploratory education, homework club, youth entrepreneurship and access to experiential community based activities such as an art club, Girl Scouts, talent show and reading buddies. STEM workshops are provided weekly to foster interest in living wage careers and cultivate academic engagement.  Trained high school and college students serve as peer mentors modeling healthy behaviors, conflict resolution skills, decision making skills, substance use refusal skills and interest in academic pursuits.