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Reach 4 Recovery

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Reach for Recovery is a cost effective, fully integrated, community focused wellness and recovery support program designed to support individuals in recovering from co-occurring and/or substance use disorders for individuals that are residents of Somerset County. We provide supportive services based on each participant’s recovery needs to support them in achieving and maintaining long-term recovery.

R4R embraces the Eight Dimensions of Wellness to inform recovery planning and delivery of services.  Richard Hall Community Mental Health Center is able to provide these valuable services due to the STAR Grant and the Division of Mental Health & Addiction (DMHAS) Chapter 51 Grant to provide Wellness and recovery coordination services. This Grant

The STAR Grant is targeted specifically to those struggling with an Opiate use disorders and the goal is to reduce the use of opiates over the course of one year.  The Star Grant aims to increasing linkage to co-occurring and MAT (Medicated Assisted Treatment) and access to recovery support services to Somerset County residents.  This program utilizes the strength of Peer Recovery specialists with lived experience to assist those in the process of recovery..


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- I live in Somerset County

- I would like help understanding my struggles with mental health and substance use


- Identify recovery goals and supports at your location

- Build a foundation for long-term recovery

- Transport and attend necessary appointments with you for support



-One on one Peer/Recovery specialist attention

-24 hour on call service

- Equine Assisted Therapy

- Motivational Incentives

-Recovery Support Groups                                        

-Sober Holiday/Special events

For more information call us at: 908-253-3119

In Case of a Psychiatric Emergency
Please contact Psychiatric Emergency Screening Services (Bridgeway PESS) at 908-526-4100.
This service can be accessed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.