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OORP-Opioid Overdose Recovery Program: A response team that meets those suffering from Opioid Use Disorder at bedside after a Narcan Reversal to offer the client an opportunity to engage in treatment. This is an eight week program that aims to link the client to short term treatment to begin the road to recovery.

OORPE- Opioid Overdose Recovery Program EXPANSION- is an expansion of OORP that extends the same services to those suffering from Opioid Use Disorder who have not been reversed via NARCAN.

STAR- Support Team for Addiction Recovery: This is a partnership with New Bridge Medical Center for clients who have an identified Opioid Use Disorder, are OORP participants, have recently been released from Bergen County Jail or Prison, discharged from a licensed DHMAS program and agree to reside in Bergen County. This program aims to guide these individuals through their first year of their recovery process by providing them with a Recovery Specialist and Case Manager who work together to bring the client’s plan of recovery to fruition.

STAR-E- Support Team for Addiction Recovery Expansion: This is a partnership with New Bridge Medical Center for clients who have an identified Opioid Use Disorder, are OORP participants, have recently been released from Bergen County Jail or Prison, discharged from a licensed DHMAS program and agree to reside in Bergen County. This program aims to guide these individuals through their first year of their recovery process by providing them with a Recovery Specialist and Case Manager who work together to bring the client’s plan of recovery to fruition.

FLI- Fair Lawn Initiative: The ultimate goal of this program is treatment; not prosecution. TCADR/CAFS/BNBMC will have full discretion to refer the defendant for treatment and/or services to other programs throughout the county, including Re-Entry. The Fair Lawn Municipal Prosecutor, and her/his designee, will administer the program on behalf of the State of New Jersey and the BCPO. TCADR/CAFS will serve as the primary case manager for the program, and in consultation with Re-Entry and BNBMC.

FLIA- Fair Lawn Initiative Arrestee: In partnership with the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office, the Fair Lawn Municipal Court, and the Fair Lawn Police Department the following program is being piloted within the Borough of Fair Lawn only. The goal of the initiative is to expand on the success of the Fair Lawn Diversion program already in place and to reduce opioid related overdose deaths and promote recovery. The arrestee will be offered the support of a recovery specialist from TCADR and/or a level of care assessment should the person agree to treatment.

HART- Heroin Addiction Recovery Team: Provide peer recovery support to those suffering from an opioid addiction who walk into any Bergen County Police Department seeking help.

CRAFT FSG- Community Reinforcement and Family Training Family Support Group: A 12 Week support group offering support on either an individual or group basis for anyone who has a loved one actively suffering from addiction. This group aims to provide insight and understanding on the best ways to support an active loved one as well as gain support for oneself in the process.

CRAFT- Community Reinforcement and Family Training: A 12 weeks of individual counseling sessions that incorporate CBT and Motivational Interviewing to provide the necessary skills to motivate your loved one to seek treatment and support the homeostasis of the family.

OHH- Operation Helping Hands: A partnership with the Bergen County Prosecutors Office, New Bridge Medical Center, and The Center that offers those who have recently been arrested for a drug related offense an opportunity to engage in treatment as a means to rehabilitate themselves before facing harsh legal penalties. This program is not part of NJ Drug Court and is offered quarterly through the year.

KIV- Keys to Innervisions: Is an educational curriculum about change, specifically changing the beliefs and behaviors that lead to violence, drug abuse/dependency, criminal behavior and social failure.  The program teaches that in order for individuals make lasting and meaningful changes in behavior, they must want to change and develop attitudes to move them toward that change.

NEO- Not Even Once: A three day Education program that services community schools to provide education on drug use and addiction from the direct perspectives of law enforcement and those in recovery. This three day process provides education and first hand stories from law enforcement and someone in recovery.

OPF- Operation Path Forward: A partnership with the Bergen County Sherriff’s Department, Bergen New Bridge Medical Center and The Center which offers those who have recently been incarcerated for a drug related offense an opportunity to engage with a Recovery Support Specialist with the intent of encouraging the individual into treatment upon release.

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