Parent To Parent Addiction Services Inc.,in the spirit of unity and compassion, offers strength, hope and advocacy to support families and their loved ones suffering the ravaging effects of substance use disorders.
Our mission is to reduce the number of overdose deaths by helping access high quality, affordable treatment and support services so that NO ONE is denied the opportunity to seek recovery.
We strive to empower individuals and the community through education, awareness and developing healthier conversations to reduce the stigma associated with this disease.
What We Offer
RECOVERY STOP & Monthly Meetings
FAMILY/LOVED ONE Support Group
- First Tuesday of the month
6 PM - 8 PM
GRIEF Group - 2nd Tuesday of the month - 6 PM - 8 PM
ALL RECOVERY MEETINGS - 1st & 3rd Wednesday - 7 PM - nondenominational topic lead, all are welcome
RELAPSE PREVENTION MEETING -
- 2nd & 4th Wednesday- 7 p.m.
COFFEE CHATTS -
walk in and talk with our CADC or CPRS discuss all things recovery over coffee
Community Reinforcement Addiction Family Training
learn a better way to communicate with your loved one through an evidence based curriculum - By appointment
No cost for meetings with parents, spouses, or anyone dealing with a loved ones substance use disorder. Walk in hours for Drop-in Center - CPRS available
Licensed Counsellor available by appointment
Educational speaking engagements at public events to bring awareness and reduce stigma
Help navigate the system.
Helping individuals with or without insurance get placement
into detox, rehab, and sober living.
Assistance with sober living entrance fees.
All of our services are always free.
Transportation and Sober Living
If you live in Warren County or a surrounding area we can provide a driver for transportation to treatment and sober living if needed. Free of Charge.
We can help connect you to a good sober living home. If your from Warren County we can also help towards your sober living entrance fees.
HOPE ONE OUTREACH VAN, C.L.E.A.R., Operation Helping Hand & Narcan Trainings
Check our calendar to see where our Warren County Hope One Van will be. We offer straight to treatment, narcan trainings leaving with a free kit and county resources and referals. We also offer narcan trainings to groups and bring the van to events. Understanding the signs and symptoms of an opioid overdose emergency is critical, undergo training on how and when to administer Narcan.
C.L.E.A.R. & Operation Helping Hand are different partnerships between Parent to Parent and Warren County Law Enforcement to offer much needed support to guide and mento individuals throughout the recovery process.
"Led by their hearts"
Recognizing a need, Debi Natale and Helen Carey, co-directors, started Parent to Parent Addiction Services Inc. in
Warren County in 2014.
Based on the Parent to Parent, Inc. model that was founded over twenty years ago in South Jersey by four women, of which three lost their sons to heroin overdoses. Debi and Helen partnered with them to bring similar services to Warren county and surrounding areas and now help anyone from New Jersey and even surrounding towns in PA.
Since its inception in 2014 Parent to Parent has grown with many new services and success stories with individuals now living in long term recovery. We follow up with them even after they have completed sober living to help support them in the next stages of their lives, after treatment is completed.
In 2018, Parent to Parent became their own 501c3 non-profit organization to be able to meet the specific needs of individuals an families in Warren County. We have relationships with numerous trusted professionals in all fields of the recovery process throughout New Jersey and surrounding areas to confidently refer to our clients for treatment services. We answer every phone call and email the same day. Helen also responds to those grieving a loss from substance abuse to offer support.
Debi's son, after many years of suffering from a heroin addiction, is now living in long term recovery since October 2012.
Helen's son Billy tragically lost his life at the age of 20 to an accidental overdose in 2013.