MORRIS COUNTY – The NJ Recovery Institute marked its official launch with a grand opening ceremony that was graced by several distinguished guests. The ribbon-cutting event saw the presence of Senator Anthony Bucco, Morris County Sheriff James Gannon, Wharton Police Chief David Young, and Rockaway Borough Police Chief Conrad Pepperman, along with other esteemed attendees.
The NJ Recovery Institute provides comprehensive support for individuals seeking to overcome drug addiction or alcohol abuse. Tailored services meet the unique needs of each person, alongside extensive guidance and aftercare to promote sustained recovery.
Grounded in the values of respect, compassion, and integrity, the institute is dedicated to assisting individuals and their families in Succasunna, to conquer the challenges posed by alcohol and drug dependency. Recognizing the difficulties in fostering a supportive environment, the institute affirms its commitment to facilitating a healthier, more hopeful future for everyone it serves.
Offering a variety of recovery programs designed to address the particular circumstances of each client, the NJ Recovery Institute positions itself as a staunch ally in the fight against addiction, providing a critical first step on the path to successful recovery.
NJ Recovery Institute is located at 106 Route 10 West, Succasunna. They can be reached by calling (973) 891-0897. You can visit their website by clicking here.