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Treatment at Daytop New Jersey is behaviorally based and individualized to meet the needs of adolescents and adults with substance abuse and co-occurring problems. It is based on the premise of self-help in an atmosphere of positive peer interaction, within the context of a “family” structure, and includes a full educational element. Twelve Step Program concepts are incorporated. Accountability, honesty, and integrity are strongly emphasized within the context of a family structure. Family participation in the treatment process is essential and integral to the recovery of the adolescent and adult.
Kimberly O’Connor has been in the substance use and mental health field for over 15 years. She has served in various roles throughout Daytop New Jersey. Most recently Kim, at the Mendham Facility manages a high performance team culture that provides quality services to adolescents and their families.More
Jim Curtin wears many hats as he directs and oversees all clinical and administrative policies and procedures, support services and staff training programs. Jim also serves as the liaison between Daytop New Jersey and all State and Community meetings, and public relations activities.More
For those seeking addiction treatment for themselves or a loved one, the DrugAbuse.com helpline is a private and convenient solution.
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