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The Ladder Project


The mission of the Ladder Project program is to provide homeless men a safe, supervised, substance-free living environment that is supportive of full recovery from alcoholism and/or drug addiction, and the return of the individual as a productive member of society. The prospective resident will have completed at least four weeks of participation in residential treatment in a recognized program.

After 17 years, on January 8, 2008, the Ladder Project received their New Jersey state license to operate as a certified halfway house. The Ladder is the first halfway house for men in Bergen County.

Straight And Narrow

To develop and deliver effective prevention, education and treatment services to clients with addictive disorders and HIV disease To provide infants and children with a healthy foundation for their physical, emotional and cognitive development

To advocate for effective and adequate health and human services To convene scholars, practitioners and consumers to shape effective practice and approaches To maintain a commitment to learning and developing knowledge with which to inform those who set policy affecting those in our care.

Spring House - Halfway House for Women

Spring House is Bergen County's halfway house for women recovering from alcohol and drug abuse. This renovated county-funded facility is located on the grounds of Bergen Regional Medical Center in Paramus.Spring House was established in 1978 through the efforts of a group of county residents. Since then, more than 1,500 women have called Spring House their temporary home.

New Jersey Recovery Advocates

A 501c3 organization of passionate recovery advocates from all corners of the state who believe that long term recovery from substance use disorder is attainable. Our Mission To engage, collaborate, educate and advocate for prevention, treatment and recovery from substance use disorders.