Help for Addiction Problems
If you are suffering from an addiction problem, we can help you or your loved one find a treatment facility. We suggest you use our self-administered online screening tool. To start the process. After a series of questions, you will receive contact information for up to three (3) programs that should meet your needs.
If your prefer to speak with one of our professionals, please call NCADD's Referral Helpline at 732-254-3344. The Helpline is available Monday through Friday from 8am to 5pm. Outside of business hours, please feel free to leave us contact information so we can return your call, or call 211 now.
Our Referral Helpline is a confidential, objective information and referral for individuals and family members who are seeking help for an alcohol or other drug problem. Staffed by caring certified professionals, our helpline assist over 1,000 families annually. You can also contact us via email at
If you live in New Jersey, outside of Middlesex County, you can get help now by calling the New Jersey Addictions Hotline at 211 or visiting their website. You can also get information about resources available locally from the New Jersey Prevention Network.
If you live in the United States, outside of New Jersey, visit the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence website for information about your local resources.
Facts Related to Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drug-Related Addictions
The terminology used when discussing alcohol, tobaccoo, and other drug-related addictions can be quite technical and at times confusing. For an explanation of some of the more common terms, refer to NCADD's Alcohol and Drug-Related Facts and Information page.
NCADD's Alcohol, Tobacco & Other Drug Resource Directory for Middlesex County is updated annually and provides detailed information on a variety of substance abuse prevention and treatment programs serving Middlesex County.
- To order a copy of our current Middlesex County Alcohol, Tobacco & Other Drug Resource Directory, please call NCADD at 732-254-3344 or
- You may also view a PDF file of the resource directory in English or in Spanish.
Other Helpful Organizations
12-Step and other Mutual Support groups are vital resources for individuals and families dealing with substance abuse and related problems. The following links provide meeting times and locations for a number of these groups in New Jersey: