Alcoholism & Drug Abuse

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Ivana Pareja, Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Coordinator

Phone:            908-704-6309
Fax: 908-704-1629
Mail: 27 Warren Street, P.O. Box 3000, Somerville, NJ 08876
Email: pareja@co.somerset.nj.us

   

The organization, planning, and monitoring of addiction treatment, education, and prevention services, including:

Intoxicated Driver Resource Center (I.D.R.C.)

A 12-hour detainment education and screening program for persons convicted of operating motor vehicles or vessels under the influence of alcohol or other drugs per court ordered penalties specified in Title 39:4-50 et seq. of the New Jersey Statutes annotated and accompanying Regulations of Chapter 162(10:162-1.1 to 162-11.3.

Resource Guide for Persons Affected by Substance Abuse

Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Services Plan

Local Advisory Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse(L.A.C.A.D.A.)

A group of citizens and professionals who advise Somerset County about policy, program needs, and priorities for comprehensive alcohol and drug abuse treatment, education, and increased public awareness. 

L.A.C.A.D.A. Presentation – PDF

County Alliance Steering Subcommittee(C.A.S.S.)

An advisory arm of the Local Advisory Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse, CASS coordinates efforts to combat alcoholism and drug abuse through prevention, intervention, and education. 

C.A.S.S. Presentation – PDF

Municipal Alliances

Community-based prevention organizations, comprised of volunteers, that are located in all counties in New Jersey. Alliances plan, coordinate, and conduct alcoholism, tobacco, and other drug abuse prevention activities.  

Celebrating Lost Loved Ones- National Safety Council

These portraits are snapshots of the devastating addiction epidemic that has affected all of us. Publicly commemorating a family member or friend spreads the message that addiction is not to be endured in silence.

This page is an opportunity for family and friends to remember their loved ones and all the positive things they brought into this world. They were more than their disease; they had tremendous achievements and exceptional qualities. Take the time to find out their story.

These portraits also represent the need to assist those who are currently struggling by providing them with resources and supporting those in recovery. Please visit this interactive guide for mental health and substance use resources in your area.

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