Sunrise Detox encourages you to take advantage of Drug Take Back Day, to properly dispose of unused and unneeded prescription medications at drop-off locations in Beachwood, Mantoloking, Seasaide Park and Bay Head this Saturday!
Saturday in Beachwood, Mantoloking, Seasaide Park and Bay Head: Drug Take Back Day. Disposing of old or unused medications is a great way to help to prevent abuse in your community, and Drug Take Back Day comes just once per year!
Hiring agencies and managers will be on hand, along with representatives for Sunrise Detox and the new state-of-the-art substance abuse treatment facility opening this summer at 1417 Brace Road, in Cherry Hill, NJ.
Governor Christie has signed into law a Bill requiring the State to collect data and report on the performance of substance abuse treatment centers operating in the state. He wants a "Treatment Provider Performance Report". We'd like to help him develop it.
Now available: the 2014 report from the New jersey Governor's Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse.
NJ Governor's Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Report for 2014, also known as the "Master Plan", is now available. (PDF download)
Police report an armed robbery at a Rite Aid store in Middletown this week, with the suspect demanding ocycodone (opioid prescription pain killers). Police captured the suspect nearby.