Helping to improvE our family lives through bring addiction awareness and understanding
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731 Willow Dr.
Gibbstown, NJ 08027
We’re here to bring light to this epidemic and help families who are struggling. Addiction and alcoholism have ravished our families and taken our loved ones from us. The Silent Epidemic has been in the forefront of this epidemic for over 3 years and helps in many ways:
• First and foremost is being there for the families to help them understand and deal with the pain.
• Recovery Coach services to help guide and open doors for those that are struggling.
• Finding services for your loved one so they can begin the healing process.
• Crisis interventions. We provide visits to families at the moment when everyone is most vulnerable and talk to the family and the loved one to try and get help for them. Also, we work with the local hospitals when a love one comes in for an overdoses, any type of addiction and/or mental health issues.
• Follow up care. We become a mentor to your loved one. During and after treatment. We are there every step of the way guiding and helping them navagate.
• Work in the inner city of Camden to find and help our loved ones that are there. Provide the necessities of life that most of us take for granted. Including clothing, personal hygiene items, food and snacks. But most of all we’re there to listen and help guide them to the resources they need.
• Being an advocate for those that don’t have a voice. Working with legislators to get new laws passed and also getting the word out that our loved ones do matter. We are helping to SHATTER THE STIGMA!
• Funding for flights/transportation to rehabs, move in fees for sober living, doctors appointments and detox. Monthly we place approx 25 people into sober living.
• Work with the Gloucester County Prosecutor’s office with the Opiate/Alcohol Initiative were we’re on-call at our county hospitals and police departments. If someone is brought in for an overdose or shows up at either at the hospital, police department or county office asking for help then we’re contacted to go and help the person and their family.
• Work with our veterans that have stood in place of us and now need our help.
• Call center hours: 9am – 10pm Monday – Thursday. Friday – Sunday someone is on call 24 hours.