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80 Conover Rd.
Marlboro, NJ 07746
800-705-HOPE (4673)

About Us

15846736XSmallWhen it comes to recovery, “one size fits all” does not apply. At New Hope, we provide both residential and outpatient settings and a broad range of therapies to meet the specific needs of each individual in our care.

This means that at New Hope the treatment program is truly your treatment program. Your plan is designed to ensure you receive the medical, psychiatric, psychological, personal and family counseling, and pharmaceutical adjuncts required to begin or to sustain a meaningful recovery.

History

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Founded more than 40 years ago as New Hope Foundation, New Hope Integrated Behavioral Health Care is a non-profit (501[c]3) corporation serving those in need of treatment for substance use, gambling and other co-occurring mental health disorders. Dedicated to providing exceptional quality, state-of-the-art care, we operate under New Jersey license with the ongoing accreditation of the Commission on the Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).   Today, New Hope ranks among the nation’s leading organizations of our type, constantly striving to advance the quality of addiction treatment through ongoing professional education and participation in select research projects.

Philosophy

At New Hope, we are acutely aware of what can be accomplished during the period of time a patient is in our care. As such, our focus and each patient’s treatment plan are designed to address his or her needs during those first critical weeks and months of recovery.

We see the larger objective as being the creation of a life in recovery built upon sound principles like those consistent with Alcoholics, Narcotics and Gamblers Anonymous programs and other self help recovery and psychologically sound principles. We also believe that healthy values manifest themselves in responsibility and that the ability to meet and respond to one’s own needs will not interfere with another’s development.

Applying this philosophy, our goal is to instill “recovery behavior,” the lifetime process that can begin at New Hope and that calls for the recovering person to continually strive for responsible behavior and self-improvement in recovery.

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