The Carteret Public Schools have partnered with the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD) of Middlesex County, Inc. to create PATHWAYS, Carteret's School-based Youth Services Program. This partnership creates a safe, structured environment within the school to address the social and health needs of our students, ensuring that they are better able to graduate, become employable or continue their education, and lead physically and mentally healthy, drug-free lives.
PATHWAYS is open before, during, and after school, including two evenings per week until 8:00 p.m. Special programming is also scheduled on designated weekends, and a full summer program is available. Most services are free of charge and open to all Carteret High School students and their families.
Read our latest PATHWAYS newsletter.
- Structured In-school Intervention
- Juvenile Justice Re-integration
- Community Service Programs
- Individual, Group, and Family Therapy
- Drug and Alcohol Abuse Counseling
- Special Topic Groups
- Academic Enrichment Programs
- Peer Tutoring
- Educational Advocacy
- Lifeskills Workshops
- Parenting Workshops
- Freshman and New Student Orientation
- Employment and Life Skills Counseling
- Job Search Coaching and Assistance
- Health Screenings and Education
- Primary and Preventive Health Care
- On-site Nurse Practitioner
- Family Planning and Pregnancy Prevention
- Nutritional Counseling
- After-school, Evening, and Weekend Programs
- Trips, Special Events, Activities, and Sports
- Horticulture and Community Gardening
- Community Summer Recreational Programs
- Summer Performing and Visual Arts Programs
Download the PATHWAYS program brochure and consent form.
For additional information, please call us at 732-541-8960 ext. 4300 or write us at