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  • March 30th, 2020

    Social Distancing Making Addiction Recovery More Difficult

    In an article published by NJTV News, they cover the impact of social distancing on addiction recovery and access to mental health services.  Philip O’Hara is in recovery from heroin addiction. He says social distancing has been hard.“The ability to lean on other sober individuals for help and guidance has been by far the biggest […]

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  • March 24th, 2020

    From the Office of the President: COVID-19 Update

    “As we continue to strengthen our health care system to meet the medical demands of the COVID-19 pandemic, access to telehealth and tele-mental health services for New Jerseyans will be more important than ever before. These actions will ensure that our most vulnerable residents have flexible access to vital health care services from the comfort and safety […]

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  • March 23rd, 2020

    3/23 Update on COVID-19

    As a provider of essential services, we continue to serve our community. Our teams are available through telehealth and telephonic support. Please contact your provider, or our admissions line at 201-986-5000. In an effort to severely limit face-to-face interaction, a skeleton crew crisis management team is available for in person support at 610 Valley Health […]

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  • March 20th, 2020

    3/20 Update on COVID-19

    In response to COVID-19, our strategy is to severely limit face-to-face interaction. This will be accomplished through suspended walk-in hours and reduced hours of operation. While we understand the necessity of social distancing, we also understand and emphasize the importance of social interaction and connection for many of those we serve. A crisis management team […]

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  • March 17th, 2020

    3/17 Update on COVID-19

    While we understand the necessity of social distancing, we also understand and emphasize the importance of social interaction and connection for many of the individuals that we serve. CarePlus is working to implement the most effective action plan in response to the public health emergency surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, while maintaining service as essential personnel. […]

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  • February 4th, 2020

    ‘With Us, It’s Working With Pride:’ Legally Blind Passaic Woman Finds New Life Purpose At CarePlus Workforce Solutions

    TAPInto.net shares an article that sheds light on Maria Moya’s journey to finding employment in spite of her disability. CarePlus Workforce Solutions helped employ Maria find the right job for her. “When we look at a lot of statistics when it comes to employment, the disabled struggled the most with finding and retaining jobs,” explains […]

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  • November 5th, 2019

    Bullying Can Take a Toll on a Teen’s Mental Health

    In an article by New Jersey 101.5, they address the mental health issues that arise from bullying and how to notice the signs of a bullying. The Pew Research Center reports that 59% of teens say they had been bullied or harassed online and many feel that teachers, social media companies and politicians are doing […]

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  • November 5th, 2019

    CarePlus to Enhance Young Adult Addiction Services With Grant Funding

    The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s (SAMHSA) Targeted Capacity Expansion Initiative awarede Care Plus NJ Inc. $375,000 in annual grant funding over the next three years to expand and enhance its continuum of care for substance use disorders and co-occurring disorders for adolescents and young adults in Bergen County and the surrounding area. […]

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  • September 17th, 2019

    SAMHSA awards CarePlus $4M+ to Expand Services to Individuals With Serious Mental Illness

    In an article published by ROI, they highlight the announcement of that the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration has awarded it a $4 million grant to expand on its Supported Employment Program for individuals with persistent and serious mental illness at CarePlus.  CarePlus said its current Supported Employment Program, funded by the New Jersey Division […]

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  • August 27th, 2019

    CarePlus Gets $1M To Expand Opioid Abuse Programs

    The state’s Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services awarded more than $1 million in grant funding to Care Plus Inc. to expand its recovery support services to those battling opioid addiction in northern New Jersey. “The lives of countless individuals coping with opioid use disorder will be changed through the expanded funding and further […]

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