Whether you, your family member or your client is in treatment
for the first time or has been through other treatment programs,
Freedom House can help!
Freedom House welcomes self-referrals and referrals from family members, other treatment programs, doctors, hospitals, drug courts, municipal agencies, the recovery community and other sources.
If you, or someone you know are in need of residential treatment and recovery or an outpatient treatment program, call us now at 908-537-6043 to discuss case specifics or complete our Contact Form.
Long Term Residential Treatment for Men
Freedom House understands that access to treatment can mean the difference between life or death for individuals struggling with substance use. This is the most service-intensive of all our programs with around-the-clock staffing and support seven days a week.
Our 44-bed treatment program, located in Hunterdon County NJ, provides comprehensive drug and alcohol rehabilitation using a variety of evidence-based practices in both individual and group counseling, enabling individuals to achieve sobriety, engage in recovery and practice healthy and productive life skills over variable lengths of stay.
The program is disciplined and begins with a highly-structured initial phase with residents adhering to a strict schedule, high level of accountability and a mandated program of recovery. In graduating to a less-structured phase II, individuals have more freedom with their schedules and are able to have their own vehicle at the program. The length of stay in each phase is clinically driven.
In order to graduate, a resident must have completed all recovery assignments, be employed full-time, have at least $1,000 in savings, secured an approved living arrangement and be firmly entrenched in a 12-step recovery process. We offer individuals graduating from the halfway house continued support and services through our step-down to residential recovery programs and outpatient services.
Evaluations and Assessments
Substance use and co-occurring treatment
Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT)
Intensified treatment through parallel care
Employment training and placement
Case management services
Recovery support services
Recovery & life skills training & education
Criminal justice enhanced treatment
Drug and alcohol monitoring
Transportation to and from work, recovery support meetings, court appearances, medical appointments, etc.
Recovery Housing for Men
Addiction is a complex disorder with successful recovery occurring as a result of cumulative actions. Many people fail in recovery because they remain in environments not conducive to recovery from substance use. Designed to further stabilize individuals in the early stages of recovery, this program is based on research evidencing that the longer a person remains in a supportive care environment, the greater their chances of long-term recovery
for Women & Their Children
Addiction can tear families apart and women who have lost custody of their children need a safe place to successfully reunite with their children upon their recovery. Our Family Afterward Program provides women in recovery and their children the support they need to heal and bond as a family.
Diane’s House, based in Mercer County, provides recovery housing and case management services for women recovering from substance use and co-occurring disorders with a focus on reunification with their children. Designed for women who are stable in their recovery, the program teaches life skills and provides a case manager who oversees their stay and works with the courts to reunite them with their children.
Candidates for admission are women with:
Primary diagnosis of substance use disorders
Prior treatment experience
Stable in their recovery
View the full list of admission criteria here.
Services for Women & Their Children:
On site residential staff support and case management services
Services for Women:
Support with long-term recovery
Support in attaining independent living
Alcohol and drug monitoring
Our success rates are evidence that recovery is achievable.
If you or someone you love is in need of help call us today at 908-537-6043.