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Funding and grants are available to many individuals seeking treatment for addiction.
Common Funding Sources
Some courses of treatment may be covered by your insurance plan, while others may not. It’s important to contact your insurance provider first to understand what programs are in-network, and if there are any out-of-pocket expenses.
Medicaid is an option for those who don’t have insurance but who wish to pursue treatment. If you do not have insurance, you may qualify for Medicaid. Find out more by contacting: NJ Family Care (800) 701-0710 or online at www.njfamilycare.org.
Regardless of your insurance or Medicaid status, county-funded programs offered by the state of New Jersey could be a potential solution. These programs include detox, outpatient and inpatient treatment. To learn more, call your county administrator to see what funds are available and how to access them.
Atlantic County: 609-645-5932
Camden County: 856-374-6361
Cumberland County: 856-451-3727
Mercer County: 609-989-6897
Salem County: 856-935-7510 ext. 8460
Burlington County: 609-265-5530
Cape May County: 609-465-4100 ext.241
Gloucester County: 856-384-6885
Ocean County: 732-341-9700 ext.7538