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Covid-19 Emergency Plan

Effective March 17, 2020, due to coronavirus outbreak, the following schedule changes have been placed:

 

New Brunswick Location

Business Hours: Monday - Friday 6:00 AM -6:00 PM

Dosing Hours: Monday - Friday 6:00 AM - 12:00 PM

*No evening dosing hours will be provided at this time.

*We will be closed on Saturday, March 21, 2020.

*Current schedule is subject to change based on ongoing assessment of the current outbreak.

 

Burlington Location

Hours 6:00 – 2:00 PM

 

Our main concern is always the health and welfare of our patients, their families, and our team. In order to help flatten the curve with the spread of coronavirus while continuing to provide our services, please be advised that the following measures are being implemented:

  • We will temporarily provide additional take-home doses to individuals who meet state and federal guidelines. Please bring your lockboxes and photo-id at all times.
  • Patients should make other arrangements for childcare when attending the clinic. No children will be allowed in the clinic, unless absolutely unavoidable.
  • Any patients who are in crisis or need immediate assistance, counselors will continue to provide support and counseling via telephone. Please contact us at 609-267-3610 to speak to your counselor or at 732-246-4025 for any medical or dosing concerns.
  • For all new admissions, please contact our office at 609-267-3610, to schedule an appointment beginning April 1st.

Please check our website on a daily basis for any announcements, changes in hours, or clinic closures. Please submit any questions or send us your email address via info@newbrunswickcounselingcenter.org if you would like to receive any updates by email.


New Brunswick Counseling Center

New Brunswick Location
(732) 246-4025
320 Suydam Street, New Brunswick, NJ 08901

Burlington Location
(609) 267-3610
75 Washington Street, Mount Holly, NJ 08060


Get support and address issues related to substance abuse, receive one-on-one counseling tailored to your individual needs, and begin to learn about wellness, recovery, and resiliency.


Our outpatient programs are designed to help those who do not wish to participate in or do not qualify for medication-assisted treatment. Through a combination of one-on-one and group counseling, risk factors related to substance abuse such as relationships, mental health issues, family stressors, stage of life issues, environmental difficulties, substance use disorders, and other addictive behaviors will be explored.


Evidence-Based Treatment Services

New Brunswick Counseling Center offers comprehensive treatment that is consistent with the needs of the clients, sometimes as little as one to nine contact hours per week. Each client has a primary counselor who coordinates planning. Additionally, the program physician monitors compliance and conducts case management activities. We offer a comprehensive range of therapeutic treatment programs, including:

Screening and Assessment | Physical Examination | Diagnostics | Individual and Family Counseling | Psychological Evaluation | Consultation |Medication Management | Crisis Intervention | Group Counseling | Case Management | Specialized Women's Services | Free HIV Education and Testing for clients | Relapse Prevention Group | Family Education | Referral to Community Resources


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Outpatient Programs

The Outpatient Program (Level 0.5): Designed to explore and address problems or risk factors that appear to be related to substance use and to help the client recognize the harmful consequences of inappropriate substance use.

The Outpatient Program (Level I): Designed to help the client achieve changes in his or her alcohol -or other drug using behaviors. Treatment includes substance use education, relapse prevention, and groups designed to improve coping and life skills.

The Intensive Outpatient Program (Level II.1): Designed for clients who have not been successful with Level I treatment. Treatment includes substance abuse education, relapse prevention, and groups designed to improve coping and life skills.