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We can help!

Whether you are thinking about recovery or are on your recovery journey and could use some additional support, we are here for you.

Weekly STAR Line Up

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
8:00am - 9:00am

9:40am– 10:40 amMICA Closed Group

10:00am-11:00am STAR Drop in: Open
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12:00pm-1:00pm STAR Drop in: Open STAR Drop in: Open Meditation Group Open Group @ 12:30pm STAR Drop in: Open Adult IOP-Presentation Closed Group @ 12:50pm STAR Drop in: Open STAR Drop in: Open

NA Meeting Bergen New Bridge Open Group
2:00pm-3:00pm STAR Drop in: Open
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AA Meeting Bergen New Bridge Open Group @7:30pm

Heroin Addiction Recovery Team (HART)

Are you looking for help but don't know where to start? Some local Bergen County police departments run the HART program. Through this program you can go to the participating department to ask for help and/or voluntarily turn over drugs and paraphernalia.  The Department will then reach out to a Recovery Specialist (someone in recovery for over 3 years) to provide you with support. Our Patient Navigator will assist in connecting you to treatment and services. 

Participating Police Departments:

- Westwood *

- Lyndhurst *

- Mahwah

- Paramus

* Police Departments that The Center for Alcohol and Drug Resources work with.


Come Join the STAR Team for Afternoon meditation:

Through meditation one can gain a new perspective on stressful situations, build skills to manage your stress, increase self-awareness, focus on the present, reduce negative emotions, increase imagination and creativity, and Increase patience and tolerance. (Open Program)

Day/Time: Tuesdays at 12:30

Location:  Bergen New Bridge Medical Center / 230 East Ridgewood Ave – Building #14 / Paramus, NJ 07652

For more information contact Daniel Robinson at

STAR (Support Team for Addiction Recovery)

STAR (The Support Team for Addiction Recovery) is comprised of Case Managers and Recovery Specialists (individuals in long term recovery) who have extensive experience and knowledge

in supporting a person who has a substance use disorder (SUD) in an effective and compassionate manner. The STAR team meets regularly with members and provides them with education, help and the tools needed to stay on the path of recovery.

For additional information, please click the button below to download brochure.

Peer Support

For more information contact Chanel Dupree at 201-740-7030