Mental Health and Substance Use Resources

Drug addiction can be incredibly difficult to overcome and can prevent us from succeeding both in our professional and personal lives. With a history of substance use it is important to seek help in order to move on and create a stable life. Below are resources that can provide help such as health clinics, support centers, and other services that can refer you to treatments that best fit your needs. These resources are located within Mercer County and can help with referrals for services they can not provide. In addition to the sources listed below, you can ask your parole officer for help.  Beds in treatment facilities are hard to come by, and they can help get you in.

Also, if you want treatment, you should ask your parole officer for help — beds in treatment facilities are hard to come by, and they can help get you in. There are Narcotics Anonymous (NA) and Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) support group meetings all over Mercer County. To find a meeting near you, call (866)-920-1212 (for AA) or (800)-992-0401 (for NA).  The New Jersey Addictions Services Hotline at (844) 276-2777 offers assistance and referrals for treatment.

For other self-help group resources, call the New Jersey Self Help Clearinghouse at (800) 367-6274 . Also, you can call the Addictions Hotline of NJ at (800) 238-2333.  Each county has a mental health administrator. When you call this person, he/she will provide you with the names and phone numbers of people closest to your area who can provide services that fit your needs.

Juvenile and Adult Re-Entry Connections
300 Carnegie Center Drive, Suite 150
Princeton, NJ 08540
(609) 917-8268

Mental Health Cares:
866-402-4357

Mercer County Mental Health Emergency Screening Center
Capital Health Regional Medical Center
750 Brunswick Ave,
Trenton, NJ 08638
Call:  (609) 396-4357 or (609) 989-7297

NJ Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services
120 N Stockton St #3
Trenton, NJ 08618
(609) 292-5760

Additionally, we have provided an Addiction Treatment Directory for all of New Jersey, organized by county for more mental health and addiction services.  The New Jersey State Government offers resources for Counseling and Addiction Services.